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First Time Freshman

Joseph D. Moore Presidential Scholars Program

The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize students who have distinguished themselves by their high academic achievement, their leadership skills and their involvement in co-curricular activities. Those selected as Joseph D. Moore Scholars will play a significant role in assisting President Hostetter in representing the University at a variety of events during the course of the academic year. Moore Scholars will have the opportunity to meet influential business, educational, political and civic leaders while providing service to Brescia University. This most prestigious award and position will enable students to cultivate their leadership skills, provide valuable service to the University and to make important contacts that may be helpful as they consider their professional lives. A separate application is required for this award with a deadline of February 15. Finalists for the award will be invited to campus for a personal interview with the President and Joseph Moore.

This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.

Henry E. and Mary Williams LaRue O’Bryan Business Scholarship

This scholarship recognizes academically gifted students planning to pursue a degree within the School of Business. Career preparation is a key concept of the Brescia University mission, and the School of Business has successfully prepared students for imaginative and responsible citizenship and leadership roles in business and society since the University’s inception. A separate application is required for this award with a deadline of December 1. Finalists for the awards will be invited to campus for a personal interview with the Chair of the School of Business. This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.

Trustees Scholarship

Offered to our most gifted academic students, the Trustees Scholarship is awarded on the basis of a student’s grade point average and standardized test scores. This award reflects the hard work and dedication of our Board of Trustees. The Trustees Scholarship is valued at up to $20,000 per year and is renewable for up to eight semesters of enrollment.

This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.

Ursuline Scholarship

Awarded to students whose academic performance reflects the tireless efforts of the Ursuline sisters who founded Brescia University, the Ursuline Scholarship is awarded on the basis of a student’s grade point average and standardized test scores. The Ursuline Scholarship is valued at up to $15,000 per year and is renewable for up to eight semesters enrollment.

This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.

Merici Scholarship

Named after St. Angela Merici, the founder of the Ursuline sisters, this award is bestowed upon students who display a marked potential for academic success. Valued at up to $8,000 per year, the Merici Scholarship is awarded to students at the point of acceptance and is based on the student’s high school grade point average and standardized test scores. The Merici Scholarship is renewable for up to eight semesters.

This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.

Founders Scholarship

Awarded to students who display a consistent record of academic and personal achievement, the Founders Scholarship is valued at up to $10,000 per year and is awarded to students at the point of their acceptance into Brescia University. The Founders Scholarship is renewable for up to eight semesters.

This award is limited to traditional full-time, first time Freshmen attending courses on campus.