All applications received by February 18, 2022, will be reviewed for the scholarships listed below. Awards may vary from full tuition $23,000 to $1,000 awards. Students receiving academic scholarships must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a student/s with an outstanding academic record and a demonstrated desire to pursue a rigorous course of study. Recipients of the College’s Presidential Scholarship must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.4 during their four years.
The Catholic Leadership Scholarship is awarded to a student/s with demonstrated outstanding Catholic leadership and service throughout their high school career.
The Saint Jerome Scholarship is awarded to a student/s with demonstrated outstanding scholarship in Latin or Greek.
The Saint Cecelia Music Scholarship is awarded to a student/s with demonstrated outstanding achievement and/or performance in choral music, choral directing, and organ playing.
This scholarship is awarded in varying amounts to students whose academic achievement and outstanding leadership are evident in the documents supporting their application. Academic achievement is defined as 1) notable cumulative high school GPA and 2) high standardized test scores.
All applicants who are children of Magdalen College Alumni are eligible to receive a $2,000 per year scholarship.
Families with more than one student attending Magdalen College simultaneously will receive a $2,000 per year scholarship for each sibling attending Magdalen College at the same time.
This award is determined upon completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. Amounts vary based on financial need. This grant is calculated as part of the total financial aid package of a student. If a student receives other substantial awards from the college or other sources, need-based grants may be adjusted; these are re-evaluated at the start of each academic year according to the most recent FAFSA results.
Our college-funded work-study awards are distributed to applicants based on demonstrated financial need: returning sophomores – seniors may apply. Priority is given to those students who demonstrate financial need by submitting a complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). There are placement opportunities in various departments. This program is reviewed each semester to ensure that students complete their total number of assigned hours. Failure to complete their hours could result in the grant being revoked and students being billed for uncompleted hours.
While funding is available, the Dignitas Scholarship is a $1,000 per year, four-year scholarship that is awarded to a limited number of freshman students. It is designed to form students in the life-long integration of pro-life work and service to the poor.