For the 2016-17 academic year, 35 new Father McGivney Vocations Scholarships were awarded to 35 U.S. and four Canadian seminarians enrolled in 24 major schools of theology.
The seminarians are studying for 33 U.S. dioceses, four Canadian dioceses and three religious institutes. In addition to the new scholarships, 57 were renewed.
For the 2016-17 academic year, Bishop Daily Vocations Scholarships went to nine U.S. and one Canadian seminarians enrolled in nine major schools of theology. The seminarians are studying for nine U.S. dioceses and one Canadian dioceses. In addition to the new scholarships, 16 were renewed.
Earnings of the Father Michael J. McGivney Vocations Scholarship Fund and Bishop Thomas V. Daily Vocations Scholarship Fund provide scholarships to men in the first four years of theology studying for the Catholic priesthood.
An applicant with appropriate ecclesiastical approval, having been accepted at a major seminary, and studying for an (arch)diocese or religious institute in the United States, its territories, or Canada, is eligible. Preference is given, although not exclusively, to applicants who are members of the Knights of Columbus or whose fathers are members.
Each scholarship of $2,500 is for tuition, room and board. Once awarded, the scholarship is renewable each succeeding year up to a maximum of four years upon certification of continuing enrollment. The scholarship is not available during any year of pastoral internship.
Father McGivney Vocations Scholarships are awarded based on financial need. Bishop Daily Vocations Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit.
Scholarship applications are available after February 1st and completed applications with supporting documents must be received by June 1st.
To acquire a scholarship application, an eligible seminarian may:
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