Applications for scholarships are now open for fall 2020
Between now and March 1, all rising sophomores, juniors and seniors for fall 2020 are encouraged to apply for a variety of scholarships. Faculty and staff are also encouraged to recommend students for the 50th Anniversary Scholarship and the Pioneer Class of ’51 Scholarship, among others.
There are a number of scholarships for business majors, education majors and nursing majors, as well as scholarships for a range of other majors, interests and grade levels.
Some scholarships to highlight include:
The Nancy Larkin Caputi Endowed Scholarship
Established by alumna Mary K. Spengler ’68 to honor her friend Ms. Caputi in recognition of her affinity and passion for hospice care, this scholarship recognizes any students who have an interest in working for hospice care, who have volunteered for hospice or who have personally experienced hospice care through a family member.
Dr. Stephen L. Trainor Scholarship
Dr. Stephen L. Trainor Scholarship honors faculty member Dr. Stephen Trainor for the care and consideration he demonstrated for the donor at a pivotal point in his life. The fund assists undergraduate students who have significant financial need and are members of the LGBTQ community. Open to all grade levels, students will self-identify or may be identified by a faculty or staff member for consideration. Applicants will write a short paragraph about how the scholarship speaks to them.
Friends of Sister Jane Gerety Scholarship
Friends of Sister Jane Gerety Scholarship was established as a tribute to the University’s seventh president by her dear friends in Atlanta, Georgia, and Newport, Rhode Island. This scholarship assists student with financial need and promotes the ideal that Salve Regina be accessible to all regardless of need. Students eligible for this scholarship must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrate financial need.