About the Scholarship

Aquinas College is continuously assessing each student’s ability to contribute to his or her education. Financial aid is awarding the Aquinas College Father Philip Hanley Scholarship to the students who demonstrate their ability through working at church, social responsibility, community involvement. In order to assist the students to achieve a liberal arts education, various Federal, State, and Institutional financial aid programs are established. The scholarship is applied to the new students who demonstrate the cumulative grade point average specified by the financial aid of Aquinas college. 


How to Apply for Scholarship?

  • In order to apply for this scholarship, an applicant must fill and submit a FAFSA application form before October 1st, which demonstrates the financial need of a student.

  • A student must clearly provide the information in the FAFSA application. Based on the information provided in the FAFSA, the student will be assisted financially.

  • In addition to FAFSA form, an applicant must provide official documents of the institution and high school.

  • Also, the students must demonstrate their ability such as working at church, community involvement, and a sense of social responsibility.

  • To demonstrate the academic GPA mentioned by the financial aid, a student needs to submit the official transcripts of ACT/SAT scorecards.


Award Amount and Deadline:

The scholarship fund ranges from $10000 to $15000 per year to any number of applicants. and it is renewable up to an additional five years of student's academic study who maintains a cumulative GPA of 2.5.

The scholarship deadline is 1st March 2020, all applicants must submit a scholarship application on or before the mentioned deadline.


Eligibility Criteria

  • A Recipient should maintain a grade point average of 2.7 or higher to qualify for this award.

  • Students must demonstrate their ability through working in the church, a sense of social responsibility, community involvement and participation in community services.

  • The students should study at Aquinas College to receive this opportunity.