St. John's College Scholarship Application

2017-2018 academic year


St. John’s College offers a limited number of scholarships each year made possible by our generous donors. New and returning students are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in taking advantage of this special opportunity, please refer to the instructions below.

Scholarship Information
Amount:  Varies
Length:  One year (½ Fall disbursement and ½ Spring disbursement) Accelerated program students entering their second academic year receive ½ in summer and ½ in fall.
Application:  Awards are non-renewable. All applicants must apply each academic year they wish to be considered for the scholarship.
Stipulation:  Upon receipt of scholarship, all recipients must adhere to the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards, as outlined in the college catalog and student handbook, to maintain scholarship eligibility. Review of SAP occurs at the conclusion of each academic term.
 
Application process 
  • Complete and return this application along with a short essay (300 words or less) by: April 1, 2017.
  • Applications must be postmarked by April 1, 2017 for consideration. Late applications will not be considered.
  • 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completed and received by the Financial Aid Office before a scholarship can be awarded. The FAFSA may be received after the April 1 deadline.
Scholarships will be awarded as funds allow. Submitting an application does not guarantee receipt of a scholarship from St. John’s College. Full consideration will only be given to those applicants whose application is complete and all requirements are met at the time of submission. Incomplete applications will not be returned to students for additional information.

Students awarded a scholarship may be asked to provide general biographical information for press release purposes. Your signature on this application indicates permission to collect and disburse such information. Students accepting any St. John’s scholarship are expected to write a note of appreciation to the donor before funds are dispersed.

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