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The Roadrunner Financial Group (RFG) is a student club, operating as a Student-Managed Investment Fund, actively managing a $60,000 portfolio on behalf of the Anisfield School of Business.

The mission of the Roadrunner Financial Group is to provide a valuable educational experience to its members by allowing them to manage a real dollar investment portfolio. By managing the portfolio and listening to guest speakers, members will learn about various aspects of finance and investing.  Of equal importance is the development of strong analytical, decision making, and teamwork skills through the Club’s weekly meetings and other club-related activities.

The club was formed in 2015 when a group of motivated students along with RCNJ’s Trading Lab Coordinator wanted students all across Ramapo College to be offered the chance to gain first-hand experience and knowledge of the stock market. By managing real money, students have the opportunity to gain an unparalleled authentic experience with legitimate funds and risk-bearing trades.

This scholarship is for a student leader( any major) on campus who is passionate about the stock market.

  • Rising juniors or seniors of any major with an expressed interest in the stock market
  • 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Preference is given to students who are involved on campus and demonstrate leadership.
  • Financial need considered
  • A one - two page essay discussing your interest in financial markets, leadership and contributions to the campus community is required .

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2020 Recipient

Andrew Lunau

“I am very proud to complete my Bachelors Degree after a six-year hiatus from school,” says Andrew Lunau of Westwood, N.J.  Andrew is a senior Business Administration major concentrating in Marketing and minoring in Finance. Andrew is active in the Roadrunner Financial Group, where he explores his interest in finance and learns more about the stock market.

He currently holds a 3.97 GPA and has received multiple Dean’s List honors. He transferred from SUNY Rockland Community College, where he also received multiple Dean’s List honors and participated in Men’s Golf.

Upon graduation, Andrew will continue his education by earning an MBA and intends to pursue a career in finance or marketing.

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