Regional Catholic High School Scholarship

Regional Catholic High School Scholarships

Amount: Variable
Eligibility: High School Seniors from select high schools in the U.S.

Deadline: March 1

The Regional Catholic High School Scholarship is a $5,000 annual scholarship awarded to six exemplary high school seniors from across the United States. One student will be selected from the West, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Texas (non-DFW) regions. Applicants must attend an accredited Catholic high school. The selected students will exhibit strong commitments to faith, service and achievement. The students should also demonstrate financial need and be admitted to the University of Dallas. The Regional Catholic High School Scholarship is renewable for up to 8 semesters, or 4 years of study.

In order to be considered for a Regional Catholic High School Scholarship, students must submit both a completed scholarship application and a completed application for undergraduate admission by March 1.

A complete scholarship application includes:

 

 

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