SLU establishes new scholarship for Catholic high students
Submitted on March 25, 2011
St. Louis University has established the SLU Jesuit Community Scholarships, a new $1 million initiative for local Catholic high school students. Starting this fall, one student from each of the 28 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, as well as four Catholic high schools in the Metro East, will receive a scholarship to SLU. Annual award amounts will range from $5,000 to full tuition, depending on need. Students who have received scholarships from the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation will receive preference in the process.
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