Financial Assistance Endowed& Restricted Scholarships. Neumann University is committed to making it financially possible for academically qualified students to attend and pursue their studies at the University. 2018 2019 Scholarships ExpandCollapse. of 10, 000 or less. Complete the online scholarship application form and essay by February 1 to be considered. For a complete list of Scholarship details and a scholarship application can be found on the Neumann University web site.
Scholarship applications must be submitted by March 15th. FACTS Info Flyer About SJN St. John Neumann Catholic High School is committed to providing our students with a rigorous, quality, Catholic, college preparatory education, rooted in the Gospel values and the educational philosophy of St. John Bosco. The final deadline for this program and scholarship is December 1, 2018 and all supplemental scholarship documents must be submitted by this date in order for a student's application to be considered.
Please note that The Roegner Scholarship is currently filled for the and academic years. This scholarship, established by Mr. Russell and Patricia Roegner, seeks to provide financial support to students of Bonner& Prendie High School. Neumann Scholars Program. Applicants are invited to write an essay about why Class of 2018 Neumann Scholars: Announced December 2017 Josephine C.
Connelly Achievement Awards The Josephine C. Connelly Achievement Award is a fouryear tuition grant presented to 8th grade students who best demonstrate the value of a Catholic education by striving to achieve their full academic potential. Academic Calendar Financial Aid Information PrintFriendly Page. Add to Portfolio. Application Procedure; There are several ways to establish a scholarship at Neumann University.
Outright gifts of cash, stock or planned gifts, such as bequests, insurance, or charitable trusts can establish a scholarship that will help provide The Neumann Scholarship Foundation provides financial assistance to families within the Diocese of Harrisburg who want to choose Catholic school education for their children, but do not have the financial resources to pay full tuition.