This fund was established in 2002 by the Black Alumni Association in honor of Phyllis C. Bell '75C, founder of the St. John's University Black Alumni Association. This fund is to provide partial annual scholarship support to academically qualified students based on the following criteria: a) preference is given to a Black student, b) recipients are required to have a current FAFSA form on file and demonstrate financial need, and c) recipients must have and maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5. The scholarship may be renewable.
This fund was established in 2006 in honor of Father Cyril Meyer, CM., former Dean of the College and Vice President of the University. This scholarship is also being established to memorialize the founding of the College on Lewis Avenue in 1870 and provide for a special remembrance for those College students and alumni who gave their lives in World War II. This fund is to provide one or more annual partial scholarships to academically qualified and/or deserving St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students.
This was established to benefit close relatives of a Notre Dame alumna or an alumnus from the University’s Staten Island campus, a graduate of an un undergraduate program on St. John’s SI campus, or a former scholarship recipient. After serving a life of ministry, scholarship and intellectual challenge of the highest degree, Sister Helen Flynn’s remarkable faith and devotion to God, Gospel and community influenced all who came to know her. The scholarship was established with the belief that those who choose to study at Staten Island campus would do so in an environment conducive to Sister Helen Flynn’s ideals of service, education and faith. Applicant must be an incoming freshman accepted into a three or four year undergraduate program at the Staten Island campus who is a close relative of (son, daughter, brother, sister, nephew, niece, grandson, granddaughter or first cousin) a Notre Dame alumna or alumnus of a four year undergraduate program from the University’s Staten Island campus. Applicants must also have been accepted to St John’s University no later than Wednesday, February 25, 2015.
The TCBAA provides opportunities to enhance career related relationships among alumni, students and the business community that reflects Vincentian values and ideals. The Scholarship Fund shall provide one or more partial annual scholarship to academically qualified and deserving undergraduate students enrolled in The Peter J. Tobin College of Business. The recipients must be a sophomore or junior with a 3.5 grade point average who is an active member in student organizations at the University or in the community organizations.
This scholarship was established in 2001 by Catherine (’65CBA) and Dominic Camera ’64C. It provides partial annual scholarship support to academically qualified undergraduate students who are descendents of St. John’s University alumni and have demonstrated financial need. Applicant must be a an undergraduate student matriculating at St. John’s University on a full-time basis.
The Phi Delta Kappa Expendable Scholarship Fund was established in 2010 and provides partial annual scholarship support to a junior, senior or graduate student in St. John’s The School of Education. The recipient must possess a grade point average of 3.25 or higher and demonstrate an involvement in community service and/or professional development. Applicant must be a junior, senior or graduate student in The School of Education with involvement in community service and/or professional development with financial need.
This fund was established to benefit the immediate relatives of the Alumnae members. The scholarship is funded primarily through the efforts of the Alumnae Association at their various events. Alumnae are women who have graduated from St. John’s University. They believe that sponsoring this scholarship provides valuable assistance to young men and women to attain an undergraduate degree in higher education. Must be a high school senior or transfer student who is an immediate relative of an alumna (daughter/son, sister/brother, niece/nephew, grandchild) who will be matriculating as a freshman at St. John’s University on a full-time basis.