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Saint Francis University offers merit-based scholarships that depend entirely on academic performance. For full consideration of a Saint Francis University scholarship, students must have a complete application on file before March 1. A complete application automatically qualifies a student for scholarship consideration. Terms of the scholarships include but are not limited to:
Students may only receive one renewable award (Founders, Presidential, Assisi or Red Flash Co-Curricular Achievement Award) per year. These renewable awards are reserved for full-time, first-year students. Students may only receive half of a yearly scholarship during one semester.
Amount: $42,000 – $64,000($10,500 – $16,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)
Requirements for consideration:
Amount: $30,000 – $40,000($7,500 – $10,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)
Requirements for consideration:
Amount: $12,000 – $28,000($3,000 – $7,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)
Amount: $4,000 – $24,000 ($1,000 – $6,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)
Amount: $8,000 ($2,000 each year for all four undergraduate years) Available to graduates of a Catholic high school.
Amount: $8,000 (10 recipients per department) ($2,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)Departmental Undergraduate Fellowships are available in majors throughout all four schools (Physician Assistant and Physical Therapy excluded). Eligible students need a minimum 3.5 high school GPA, and a minimum SAT score of 1100 (Math and Critical Reading) or 24 on the ACT. Please contact your Admissions Representative for details on how to apply.
Amount: $60,000 (2 recipients) ($15,000 each year for all four undergraduate years) Minimum requirements are a 3.0 GPA and an 1100 SAT (Math and Critical Reading). Eligible students must be a business administration major (accounting, business administration,economics and finance, information systems management, manage mentor marketing). Qualifying students will be notified directly and must complete the application process. Students awarded the scholarship will be required to perform internships at the Saint Francis University Small Business Development Center. The SEED Scholarship will replace any Saint Francis University academic awards
Amount: $2,500 - $10,000 per yearTransfer Scholarships are only available to students seeking their first baccalaureate degree. The scholarships are renewable each year as long as the student remains in good standing with Saint Francis University and maintains a 3.0 QPA.
Amount: $12,000 - $40,000 ($3,000 - $10,000 each year for all four undergraduate years)Minimum requirements are a B average on the American Academic Scale and a 1050 SAT (Math and Critical Reading).
Amount: $1,000 per yearAwarded to honor outstanding students with high academic credentials who have participated as Hugh O'Brien Youth Ambassadors. Proof of participation is required.
Saint Francis University offers a Division I intercollegiate athletic program fully certified by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Student-athletes can receive scholarship money in 22 sports. All athletic scholarship decisions are made by the head coaches of each respective sport.
Amount: $1,000 per yearAwarded to students who have had a parent or grandparent graduate from Saint Francis University. Renewable until completion of the first bachelor's degree.
Saint Francis University is a member of three tuition exchange scholarship programs: the CIC (Council of Independent Colleges) Tuition Exchange Program, the Catholic College Cooperative Tuition Exchange Program, and The Tuition Exchange, Inc.The tuition exchange scholarship programs are networks of colleges and universities willing to accept students from families of full-time employees of other participating institutions. Read the entire tuition exchange policy for more detailed information.
Saint Francis University117 Evergreen DriveP.O. Box 600Loretto, PA 15940