Catholic Scholarships

You know what a powerful intellectual and social resource our Catholic schools are — for America and the world.

Catholic and Vincentian, St. John’s University exemplifies this tradition, offering students an acclaimed education that builds the knowledge, skills and confidence to become ethical leaders for our global society. To further develop our committment to preparing Catholic students for ethical leadership, St. John’s offers the following Catholic scholarship opportunities:

Catholic School Scholarship
Created in response to a recommendation from the Advisory Board of the University’s Institute for Catholic Schools (ICS), this scholarship provides an annual award of $2,500-$5,000, for a maximum award of $10,000-$20,000 over four years of undergraduate study and is automatically awarded to incoming freshmen who will be graduating from a Catholic high school and entering St. John’s in the fall of 2013.

Catholic Scholars Program
Catholic Scholars take part in a four-year developmental program that translates faith into action. Prospective freshmen apply for this scholarship, and if chosen will receive a grant of $5,000 per year which will be awarded for four years of study.  Students will commit themselves to faith-based leadership training, service and prayer, and formation of a deeper understanding of what it means to be a leader inspired by the Catholic tradition. Catholic Scholars assume important leadership roles within the community of faith and service at St. John’s University in preparation for becoming faith-inspired Catholic leaders for life.

Catholic Student Scholarship
St. John’s has a special commitment to preparing Catholic students for ethical leadership. Our Catholic Student Scholarship offers a limited number of awards (based on availability) to college-bound Catholic students regardless of the secondary school they attend, this includes non-Catholic high school institutions. Awards range from $1,000 to $2,500 per year and are for first-time incoming freshmen only.

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