Restricted & Endowed Scholarships

Restricted & Endowed Scholarships come from gifts made to the College endowment or from annual gifts by donors to the College. These scholarships are for one year only (although you may apply for consideration in subsequent years), and most are earmarked for returning students.

Restricted and endowed scholarships usually have very specific qualification criteria – meaning, for instance, that they might be for students who are pursuing a particular course of study.

Stonehill is blessed to be able to offer the scholarships listed below thanks to the generosity of our benefactors and friends.

Remember, restricted and endowed scholarships are:

  • Awarded from the College endowment or from annual gifts;
  • Subject to donor restrictions;
  • Usually awarded to returning students; and
  • Usually awarded for one-year only

Scholarships for Full-Time Students

The Lee Abraham Scholarship:

Established by colleagues and friends at a testimonial dinner at which Mr. Abraham received Stonehill’s highest honor, the President’s Award. Awarded annually to needy and academically qualified students.

The John I. Ahern Memorial Scholarship:

Established by a grant from Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., in memory of John I. Ahern, in recognition of his faithful service as director of Fieldcrest Mills and as a trustee and an advisor at Stonehill College. Awarded to a needy and academically qualified student.

The Neil Ahern ’69 Scholarship:

Established by friends and family in memory of Neil Ahern ’69. Awarded annually to a needy and academically qualified student pursuing a business major. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Family of Charles Altieri Scholarship:

Given by Charles and the late Michael Altieri. Two partial scholarships awarded annually to needy and academically qualified students. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Joseph M. Alukonis Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1998 by the late Joseph Alukonis, a member of the Class of 1977 and a former captain in the United States Capital Police Force. Awarded annually to a needy and academically qualified student majoring in criminology.

The Alumni Council Scholarship:

Established by the Stonehill College Alumni Council. Awarded annually to needy and academically qualified students in their third year. Recipients selected at the discretion of the Alumni Council in consultation with the Director of Student Aid and Finance. Applications provided by Office of Alumni Affairs.

The Anheuser-Busch Scholarship:

Established by Anheuser-Busch, Inc., in honor of Michael J. Roarty, executive vice president for Corporate Marketing and Corporate Communication. Awarded annually to an Irish national to study at Stonehill College.

The Alan Bailey Memorial Scholarship:

Awarded to an academically qualified and financially deserving student.

The Edward H. Baker Scholarship:

Funded through the proceeds of the E. H. Baker Charitable Trust established by Edward H. Baker ’57, former recreation director for the Town of Milton, Massachusetts. Awarded annually to financially needy and academically qualified students who suffer from medical infirmities or physical handicaps. Applicants identify themselves as meeting these criteria via the Endowed/Restricted Scholarship Application. Recipients selected by the Scholarship Committee.

The Balsamo Scholarship:

Established in 2008 by Vicki Balsamo ’81, and her parents Salvatore and Yvonne. Awarded to an academically qualified varsity female student-athlete with a demonstrated financial need, who is a U.S. citizen.

The Paul and Elsie Bangiola Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by Margaret and Stephen Wilcox.  Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need, with preference given to a student who is interested in public service or is the child of a public servant.

The Charles Barrett Scholarship:

Established by the Class of 1959. Awarded annually to a student(s) who is academically qualified and financially needy.

The Frank Basile Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2004 by Frank’s nephew, Joseph J. Basile ’74. Awarded to an academically qualified student who is facing the prospect of not returning to Stonehill due to financial need.

The Harold and Livia Baynes Memorial Scholarship:

Given by the late Livia and Harold Baynes. Awarded annually to an academically qualified student who exhibits financial need. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Carmi A. Belmont Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Loretta R. Godfrey-Belmont in memory of her brother, Carmi A. Belmont. Provides assistance to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Barbara A. Benoit Scholarship:

Established by Orville and Adele Bissett in 2006. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially deserving student.

The Susan Elin Benson Memorial Scholarship:

Established in the spring of 2002 in memory Susan Elin Benson who worked diligently at her education in spite of the great pain and side effects that she endured through a rare form of cancer. The recipient of the scholarship should be pursuing their academic goals despite adversity, be it physical, emotional or financial. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Birmingham Scholarship:

Established by Paul Birmingham and the Birmingham Foundation. Provides scholarship assistance to academically talented and financially needy students who attended Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Boston. Recipients are selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Blanchard Foundation Scholarship:

Established by a gift from The Blanchard Foundation, Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Trustee. Provides funds for financially needy students from Boston.

The Philip and Sara Boyle Scholarship:

Established in 2002. Awarded annually to an economically disadvantaged and academically qualified student.

The Sheila and William J. Boyle Scholarship:

Established by Sheila and William J. Boyle of Garden City, N.Y. in 1973. The Stonehill Scholarship Committee selects recipients.

The Reverend John F. Brady Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Mary F. Brady in memory of her brother. Awarded annually to a candidate studying priesthood on the diocesan level or as a member of a religious order or congregation. If there is not a student who meets these criteria, the scholarship may be awarded to a student majoring in Religious Studies or actively engaged in Campus Ministry.

The Lauren Michelle Branco Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2003 in memory of her life and work, and awarded annually to a financially deserving female student who, through her academic and community work, has demonstrated a real commitment to making a difference in the lives of young women.

The Doreen Brennan Scholarship:

Formerly known as the Brennan Family Irish Scholarship. Established in 1996 through the generosity of Robert Brennan, Class of 1987, in memory of his mother Doreen. Awarded to a financially deserving and academically qualified student from Ireland. If such a student does not exist, a student from Europe may be eligible. If a student from Europe does not exist, then any financially deserving student who is academically qualified may be considered.

The Arthur and Phyllis Brockway Memorial Scholarship:

Created by Professor Craig S. Higgins in memory of his grandparents. Awarded to a financially deserving student majoring or minoring in health care administration, who maintains a G. P. A. of 3.0 or better, demonstrates the highest moral and ethical standards, and has a history of service to others. Primarily awarded to health care administration majors but minors will also receive consideration.

The Derek Brown Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2011 by George Brown. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially needy student, with preference of a Communication major, but not a requirement. Financial need is the highest priority.

The Burke Scholarship:

Established in 2010 by Patrick ’84 and Patricia Burke. Awarded annually to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need entering their junior year in Stonehill’s Engineering Program. Secondary preference will be given to academically qualified students with a demonstrated financial need entering their junior or senior year studying the physical sciences (Physics, Chemistry, or Earth Science).

The Sgt. Robert H. Cairns Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1999 in memory of Sgt. Robert H. Cairns, a Massachusetts State Trooper, through the generosity of his wife, Elizabeth, and his daughter, Roberta ’66. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student majoring in criminology. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Campanelli Foundation Scholarship:

Established by Robert DeMarco and funded by an annual gift made to Stonehill College by the Campanelli Companies, of which Mr. DeMarco was general manager. Awarded annually to full-time, academically successful upper class students who pay a significant portion of their own educational expenses through loans and work, but still demonstrate financial need.

The Joseph Carney Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Rev. Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C., Stonehill College’s eighth president, in memory of longtime Stonehill friend and benefactor Joseph Carney. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Michael Carr Memorial Scholarship:

Established in honor of former student and football player Mike Carr, this scholarship is awarded to a deserving member of the Stonehill College football team who best personifies the spirit of sportsmanship. Recipients chosen by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee on recommendation of the Athletic Department.

The Arthur J. and Margaret M. Carriuolo Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2003. Awarded annually to financially deserving and academically qualified students from Brockton, Mass. If no students from Brockton apply, then students from a town abutting Brockton would qualify.

The Anthony E. Cascino Memorial Scholarship:

Established by a grant from the International Minerals and Chemical Corporation as a tribute to Mr. Cascino’s many services to IMC and Stonehill College. Recognizes and encourages undergraduate achievement in the field of marketing. Awarded to an academically qualified student majoring in the field of marketing as a career preference. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee on the recommendation of the business faculty.

The Edward P. and Gloria M. Casieri Scholarship:

Established in 2009 by Edward P. and Gloria M. Casieri with a wish to award the scholarship to student(s) who reside in Brockton.  If a student doesn’t fit this criterion, it is their wish to provide the scholarship to student(s) from the Greater Brockton area. 

The Cavanagh Family Scholarship:

Established in 2000 on the occasion of the retirement of Mr. Richard E. Cavanagh from the position of director of Buildings and Grounds after tenure of 20 years through the generosity of family, friends and associates. Endowed in perpetuity, the Cavanagh Family Scholarship is awarded annually to an academically qualified student who has demonstrated financial need. The Stonehill College director of student aid and finance will review eligible candidates, and the College’s Scholarship Committee will render final decisions.

The Thomas D. Christopher Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Thomas Christopher ’90 by his family. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student, with preference given to a graduate of Austin Preparatory High School. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The C. James Cleary Memorial Scholarship:

Established by alumna Rita E. Smith ’62 in honor of longtime Stonehill administrator and faculty member, C. James Cleary, who served as seventh president of the College. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student planning a career in education.

The Father Gerald P. Cohen, C.S.C. Scholarship:

Established in 2000 by Stonehill College following Fr. Cohen’s sudden death and funded by his friends and family.  Father Gerald Cohen ’59 was a member of the Stonehill College faculty and held the position of assistant registrar from 1966-1977.  He also served on the College’s Board of Trustees from 1989-1994.  Beyond his formal associations with the College, Fr. Cohen maintained a vast range of friendships with many Stonehill people, was a frequent visitor to the campus, and was always an extraordinary ambassador of the College.

The William F. Connell Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the late William F. Connell in 1997, the Connell Scholars Program provides scholarship assistance to an academically talented and financially needy student. Preference is given to graduates of St. Mary’s High School and Stonehill students from the greater Lynn area. The Stonehill Scholarship Committee selects recipients.

The Connors Family Scholarship:

Established in 2007 by Matthew E. Connors ’84. Awarded to an academically qualified student, with a demonstrated financial need; preference given to a student in the 3-2 Computer Science and Engineering program with Notre Dame, or a science major.

The William J. Connors Memorial Scholarship:

Established by friends and family in 1993. Awarded to a financially deserving and academically qualified senior student majoring in finance with an interest in pursuing a career in banking.

The Joseph M. Corcoran Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the late Joseph M. Corcoran. Provides assistance to financially needy and academically qualified students.

The Reverend John J. Corr, C.S.C. Scholarship:

Established by Father Corr’s sister, Margaret Corr, in memory of her brother who served as Stonehill’s fifth president. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Edward L. Coughlin Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2003. Awarded annually to financially deserving and academically qualified students. Recipient(s) selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Timothy J. Coughlin Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the family of Timothy Coughlin, Class of 1980. Awarded annually to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need, who are members of the football, women’s lacrosse and/or men’s lacrosse teams. Recipient selected in consultation with the Director of Athletics.

The Clare Regina (Foley) Crossley '62 and Mr. & Mrs. David Crossley Scholarship:

Established in 2013 by the Estate of William David Crossley.  Awarded to a student with financial need who is a science major with a GPA of 2.8 or higher.

The Robert G. Cummings ’61 Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the Cummings family in memory of their brother Robert ’61. Awarded to a single, first-year student who is academically talented, with a demonstrated financial need. Preference given to students from Plymouth (MA).

The Darling/My Brother’s Keeper Scholarship:

Established in 2002. Awarded annually to a financially deserving and academically qualified student who is active in community service with My Brother’s Keeper while at Stonehill College. The scholarship recipient is selected by the College’s vice-president for Mission in consultation with the president of My Brother’s Keeper.

The DeSouza/Ward Scholarship:

Established by James Ward ’76 and Anne DeSouza Ward ’76 in 2007. Awarded to a student with a demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to those students from either the greater New Bedford or Jamaica Plain areas of Massachusetts. Recipients will normally be in their junior or senior year.

The William F. Devin Scholarship:

Given by the friends of William F. Devin ’60. Financial assistance for academically qualified and financially needy students majoring in business administration.

The Linda A. and Francis X. Dillon Scholarship:

Established in 2001 through the generosity of friends and colleagues of Linda A. and Francis X. ’70 Dillon in recognition of their lifelong dedication to Stonehill College. Awarded annually to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need. Recipients selected by the Alumni Council Scholarship Selection Committee. Application provided by the Office of Alumni Affairs.

The Jeffrey Ditmar Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Stonehill College in memory of Jeffrey Ditmar, a member of the Class of 1981. Provides financial assistance to students who sing in the Saint Mary’s Chapel Choir. Recipients selected upon the recommendation of the College Organist on the basis of musical ability and promise.

The Reverend James W. Donahue, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the Holy Cross Fathers at Stonehill College in memory of the fifth Superior General of the Congregation, the person most responsible for establishing the Congregation in North Easton, Mass. Financial assistance to deserving students from apostolates conducted by the Congregation in developing nations. No application is required.

The Ciaran Ryan Donoghue Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2004 through the generosity of family and friends of Alison (Nolan) and Tommy Donoghue, members of Stonehill College’s Class of 1997, in memory of their newborn son, Ciaran Ryan Donoghue. Endowed in perpetuity and awarded annually to academically qualified students with a demonstrated financial need from the metro-New York/New Jersey area. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Jennifer Dow Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1991 in memory of Jennifer Dow. Awarded annually to an academically qualified and financially deserving female student from Central Massachusetts. Preference will be given to members of the women’s soccer team.

The Ely Scholarship:

Established by a gift from the Trustees of the Charles C. Ely Educational Fund. Provides funds for minority males from low-income families in Boston who experience unexpected emergency needs and who are faced with the prospect of having to leave school due to financial hardship.

The Ernst & Young Scholarship:

Established in 1996 through the generosity of Anthony J. Cerce, Jr. ’63, his wife Barbara, and the Ernst & Young Foundation. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student majoring in accounting.

The Cheryl and Daniel Farley Family Scholarship:

Established in 2010 by Daniel ’92 and Cheryl ’92 Farley. Awarded annually to students who are academically qualified, financially deserving, and are actively involved in community service. Preference is given to students majoring in science, business or education.

The Fay Family Scholarship:

Established in 1997 in memory of Richard Fay through the generosity of his son, Bryan ’87 and daughter-in-law, Christine ’86 (Mastrianni) Fay. Awarded annually to a financially deserving and academically qualified student enrolled in the Business Administration Program. Preference given but not limited to students from the metropolitan New York area.

The Reverend Thomas M. Feeley, C.S.C./Saint Thomas Aquinas Philosophy Scholarship:

Established by the Holy Cross Community at Stonehill College. Recognizes and encourages achievement in the study of philosophy. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially needy student with a major or minor in philosophy.

The Joseph & Joanne Finn Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Joseph Francis Finn, Sr., by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Leahy and his three children, Dennis ’68, Paul ’71, and Katherine ’73. The scholarship’s name now also recognizes the memory of Joseph’s late wife, Joanne Finn. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The George R. Fish Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1992 by George’s wife, Elizabeth (Porelle) Fish ’64. Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need.

The John Kennedy FitzGerald Memorial Scholarship:

Established by friends and family in memory of John Kennedy FitzGerald, a member of the Class of 1987. Awarded annually to a sophomore, junior or senior student with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students from Boston, Mass. Further preference will be given to students who have overcome personal hurdles in their lives.

The Aline and Paul Flynn Scholarship:

Established in January 2005 by 1957 graduate Paul B. Flynn and his wife Aline. Awarded annually to students in their junior or senior year who are majoring in marketing or communications, with a preference for a student with an interest in print journalism.

The Thomas Folliard III Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2006 by Thomas J. Folliard IV, in memory of his father. Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need who participates in the varsity athletic program at Stonehill College.

The Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Scholarship:

Established by the Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. in 1999. Awarded annually to financially needy and academically qualified students.

The Brian ’75 and Susan Gaffney Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by Brian and Susan Gaffney. Awarded to a student with a demonstrated financial need who is being raised by a single parent.

The Reverend William F. Gartland, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Established by 1957 graduate Paul B. Flynn and his wife Aline. Awarded annually to financially needy and academically qualified students. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Geraghty Family Irish Studies Scholarship:

Established by the Geraghty family in recognition of their strong family and kinship ties to Galway. This scholarship is open to: (1) talented students with need from Ireland who wish to pursue a Stonehill education; (2) Stonehill students who wish to attend the College’s Semester in Irish Studies program in Galway; and (3) Stonehill students who wish to participate in the Internship in Ireland program. Requires a separate application, available in the Office of Student Aid and Finance.

The GOLD Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by gifts made by GOLD (Graduates Of the Last Decade) alumni.  Awarded to a rising junior or senior with a GPA of at least 3.0, demonstrated financial need, and a commitment to the Stonehill Community.

The Alfred F. and Martha Gomes Family Scholarship:

Established in 2001. Awarded annually by the Stonehill College Alumni Council, in consultation with the Gomes family, to deserving students with financial need, strong academic standing and involvement with student activities. Preference is given to graduates of Oliver Ames High School.

The Jack & Mary Gorman Scholarship Fund:

Established in 2009 by John & Mary Gorman. Awarded to an academically qualified student(s) with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to students who are graduates of either the Boston Latin Academy or Ursuline Academy (Dedham, MA) or who live in Dorchester, MA.

The James “Lou” ’53 and Mary Lou Gorman Scholarship Fund:

Established by 1953 graduate and Boston Red Sox Executive Consultant for Community Relations and Special Events Lou Gorman and his wife Mary Lou, this scholarship is awarded to a third year student to be applied to his/her senior tuition. Recipients will be selected based on their academic excellence, financial need and overall involvement in the life of the College.

The Gray Family Scholarship:

Established in 2010 by Joseph M. Gray.  It is the Donor’s wish to provide financial assistance to an academically qualified student who is facing the prospect of not returning to Stonehill due to financial need.

The Colleen Coyle Green Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Rev. John E. McCarthy, C.S.C. in memory of alumna Colleen Coyle Green, Class of 1973, a kindergarten teacher at Moreau Hall Elementary School in North Easton, Mass. Awarded annually to a needy and academically qualified student preparing for a career in education.

The Richard P. Gunville Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2011 by David P. Gunville. Awarded to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need.

The James E. Hayden ’76 Memorial Scholarship:

This scholarship was established in 2006 by Elizabeth G. Hayden ’76, in memory of her husband James E. Hayden. Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need, majoring in mathematics, science, or business.

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholarship:

Established by a grant from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation to provide funding for academically talented and financially needy students of color. Recipients are selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The William and Mary Herlihy Memorial Scholarship:

Given by family and friends in memory of William and Mary Herlihy ’52, outstanding alumnus and advisor. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Paula Ann Hiltz Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1993 by Arthur ’73 and Patricia (Sullivan) ’74 McHugh in memory of Arthur’s sister who passed away at the age of eight in June of 1973. Awarded annually to a needy and academically qualified student.

The Reverend William F. Hogan, CSC Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the Congregation of Holy Cross. Awarded to academically deserving upper class students with demonstrated financial need.

The Honorable Timothy E. Holland Family Scholarship:

Established in 1984 by Edward J. McDonald. Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need.

The Holy Cross Fathers Scholarship:

Given by the Holy Cross Community at Stonehill College. Awarded annually to deserving upper class students with financial need.

The Joseph L. Hopkins Scholarship:

Established by Mr. William Voute and Mr. William Tierney in honor of Joseph L. Hopkins, longtime friend and benefactor to Stonehill. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Henry C. Howley Scholarship:

Established by Mrs. Winifred Howley in memory of her husband, who was responsible for the construction of the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto at Stonehill. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Reverend Francis J. Hurley, C.S.C Scholarship:

Established in 2001. Awarded annually to an academically qualified junior or senior student with demonstrated financial need majoring in biology.

The Italian Educational and Cultural Interchange Scholarship:

Endowed by Gloria E. Distasi ’81 in 1992, the Fund memorializes her beloved parents, Leonardo and Angela Settanni Distasi, who emigrated from Italy to Brockton, Mass. in the early 1900s. Financial assistance (other than tuition) for Stonehill College students studying in Italy for a maximum of two semesters. Students are chosen by the Director of Foreign Studies.

The Junior League of the Women’s Italian Club of Boston Scholarship:

Established by the Junior League of the Women’s Italian Club of Boston and awarded annually to a woman of Italian extraction who graduated in the top 25% of her high school class. Selection is based on qualities of character and achievement.

The Reverend Joseph P. Keena, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Established by former students, friends and colleagues in memory of Rev. Joseph P. Keena, C.S.C., professor of English. Financial aid to promising students majoring in English.

The Joseph F. Kelliher III Memorial Scholarship:

Given by Charles and the late Michael Altieri in memory of their nephew. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student who is specializing in finance. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Joseph F. Kenneally, D.M.D. Scholarship:

Established in 2000 by his son-in-law, Paul Clark and his daughter, Maura, in honor of Joseph F. Kenneally, D.M.D. ’52 on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Endowed in perpetuity, the scholarship will be awarded annually to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need who are enrolled in the Environmental Studies Program. Recipients will be chosen by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Harold G. Kern Memorial Scholarship:

Established by a group of “Hap” Kern’s friends in recognition of his achievements as publisher of the Boston Herald-American, as a distinguished journalist, and as an outstanding American. Four partial scholarships awarded annually, one for each of the four academic years, to financially needy and academically qualified students.

The Kimberly Ann Kitchell Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Kitchell, Jr. in memory of their daughter. Awarded annually to an academically qualified biology major in the medical technology field.

The Robert and Dorothy (Oliger) Kruse Scholarship:

Established in 2008 by Reverend Robert Kruse, C.S.C. in loving memory of his parents. Awarded periodically to a needy student.

The Mitchell A. Labuda Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Mrs. Rosalie Kairys in memory of Mitchell A. Labuda. Awarded to a financially needy and academically qualified student of Polish descent.

The William C. LaPlante Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of William C. LaPlante. Awarded to a senior chemistry major to help defray costs of applying to graduate and medical schools.

The Timothy J. Lawlor Scholarship Fund:

Established in 2011 by friends and colleagues in honor of Stonehill’s former Assistant VP for Advancement and Director of Major Gifts, Timothy Lawlor ’81. Awarded to an academically qualified legacy student with demonstrated financial need from the greater New York City area.

The Edward Scott “Teddy” Lehan Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Stonehill College in memory of Teddy Lehan, son of Ann and Richard ’52 Lehan in appreciation of Richard Lehan’s constant and generous service to the College community and to the Board of Trustees. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Reverend Joseph S. Lehane, CSC Scholarship:

Established in 2008 by Joe Lehane ’79, in honor of his uncle, Fr. Joseph S. Lehane. Awarded to academically qualified students with demonstrated financial need.

The Diane Grueter Lincoln Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1996 through the generosity of family and friends of Diane Grueter Lincoln ’90. Awarded annually to a deserving female Stonehill College student, with preference to an accounting major. Recipient selected by the family; requires a separate application, available in the Office of Student Aid and Finance.

The Reverend Thomas E. Lockary, C.S.C. /Louise F. Hegarty Memorial Scholarship:

Established by former students, friends and colleagues in memory of these professors of mathematics and computer science. Financial aid to promising students majoring in mathematics or computer science.

The Curtis Lopes II Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Curtis Lopes II, Class of 1982, in recognition of his active participation in student government and community affairs. Awarded on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, and a short essay on the applicant’s involvement in community service. Requires a separate application, available in the Office of Student Aid and Finance.

The Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship:

Established in 1989 by the Henry Luce Foundation. This scholarship provides financial support for female students entering the fields of science, mathematics and/or engineering.

The Donald R. MacLeod Memorial Scholarship:

Established by his wife, Margaret, and his son, Donald, Jr. Awarded annually to an academically qualified student, with preference given to graduates of Cardinal Spellman High School. If there is not a student who meets these criteria, then the scholarship may be awarded to an academically qualified student who is a graduate of Boston College High School. If a candidate is not available, an academically qualified student from Brockton, MA may be awarded the scholarship.

The Edward (Ted) MacLeod Memorial Scholarship:

Given by friends and family of the late professor of German. Awarded annually to a deserving student majoring in foreign languages.

The Reverend Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C. Scholarship:

Established in 2000 at a testimonial dinner honoring Rev. Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C. ’59 for his many years of dedicated service to Stonehill College as president. Awarded annually to economically disadvantaged and academically qualified students.

The Trooper Gary E. Magee Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Richard E. and Jane A. Magee of South Easton, in memory of their son, Gary E. Magee, a 1982 graduate of Stonehill College and a Massachusetts State Trooper, in recognition of his educational excellence and his determination to be a professional law enforcement officer. Awarded annually to an academically qualified junior/ or senior student(s) majoring in the field of Criminology at Stonehill College. The award shall be made at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee and the Office of Student Aid.

The Kerri A. Mahoney Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Kerri A. Mahoney, Class of 1990. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Stephen P. Mandill Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the John S. Cheever Co./Paperama, in memory of Stephen P. Mandill, a 1976 graduate of Stonehill and employee of Paperama. Awarded annually to academically qualified and financially needy Massachusetts residents majoring in business administration.

The Peter J. Marathas, Sr. Scholarship:

Established in 2001 on the anniversary of Peter’s birthday, August 1st, by his wife Susan Marathas, a member of the College’s Advancement Division, in memory of her husband and his love of running. Awarded annually to either a member of the men’s or women’s cross-country team who demonstrates financial need, a love of running, and maintains a grade point average of 3.0 or better. The recipients will be chosen upon the recommendations of Susan Marathas and the coach of the men’s/women’s cross-country team in consultation with the Director of Student Aid and Finance. Requires a separate application, available in the Student Aid and Finance Office.

The Peter Mareb Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1991 in memory of Peter Mareb, a Brockton businessman whose interests in social and medical issues sparked a long-standing affiliation and friendships with members of the Brockton community. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially deserving health care administration major who demonstrates leadership and is involved with community service.

The Marsalise Family Scholarship:

Established in 2011 by William and Antoninette, along with their daughter, Jamie Marsalise, who is an alumna. Awarded yearly to a student with financial need who lives in New York City or Long Island.

The Reverend Richard Mazziotta, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Established by his family and friends, Stonehill College, and the Congregation of Holy Cross in memory of Rev. Richard Mazziotta, C.S.C. ’72, devoted campus minister and faculty member. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Father John E. McCarthy, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2003 in memory of Rev. John McCarthy, C.S.C. by his friends and family. Awarded annually to financially deserving and academically qualified varsity student-athletes enrolled at the College.

The McDonough Family Scholarship:

Established by John P. McDonough in 2008. Providing financial assistance to hardworking students pursuing a business degree with a strong academic record (generally a minimum 3.2 GPA) who exhibit financial need.

The Matthew McDonough Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the parents of Matthew McDonough, member of the Class of 1999. Matt was a kind-hearted, spirited young man who left a lasting impression on the Stonehill Community. Awarded annually to academically qualified and financially needy students.

The Sylvia Houle McDonough '62 Memorial Scholarship:

Established by John A. McDonough.  Awarded to a student with financial need from the greater Fall River, Massachusetts area.  The Donor prefers, but does not require, that the student be a history major and, if possible, with an interest in French Canadian ancestry.

The Margaret McFadden Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Mrs. Margaret McFadden, mother of Stonehill College’s eighth president, Rev. Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C. ’59. Provides scholarship assistance to academically qualified and financially needy students.

The William G. McGowan Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc., this scholarship recognizes academically outstanding business students in their junior year.

The Ann and John McGrath Memorial Scholarship:

Established as a bequest by Mary McGrath in memory of her parents. Awarded to a financially needy and academically qualified student who has completed his or her first year at Stonehill.

The John and Margarete McNeice Scholarship:

Established in 2002 by John and Margarete McNeice. Awarded to an academically qualified student of color with a demonstrated financial need.

The Miller-Moroney Scholarship Fund:

Established by James ’80 and Kathleen (Moroney) ’79 Miller in 2001. Awarded annually to an academically qualified and financially deserving student(s) who is/are enrolled in the Liberal Arts.

The Mills Family Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by Steven M. Mills ’84.  Awarded to a student with financial need.

The Robert J. Mills Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1995 in memory of Robert J. Mills, the father of Robert ’96, Jennifer ’97, Matthew ’05 and Catherine ’06. Awarded to a walk-on member of the men’s or women’s cross-country or track & field team who, as a scholar-athlete, has significantly impacted the program(s) and has demonstrated financial need. The recipient will be selected upon the recommendation of the men’s and/or women’s cross-country or track & field coach.

The Edmond N. Moriarty, Jr. Memorial Scholarship:

Established by colleagues and friends at a testimonial dinner at which Mr. Moriarty received Stonehill’s highest honor, the President’s Award. Two-thirds of the annual distribution is awarded to three Business Major students who have achieved the highest GPA in each of the rising sophomore, junior, and senior classes.  These students should also be persons of good moral character and integrity and be contributing members of the Stonehill College community.  To verify his/her qualifications, each student must submit a character reference letter from either the Chair of Business Department or his/her academic advisor.  The remaining one-third of the annual distribution is awarded to academically qualified Business Major students of any class who has demonstrated financial need.

The Gregory “Rodney” Moynahan Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2008 in memory of Gregory “Rodney” Moynahan ’03. Awarded to an upper class student actively involved in improving campus social life through student activities.

The Bill Mulford Fund for Independent Students:

Established through the generosity of Nan D. Mulford in memory of her late husband Bill, Class of 2000. Awarded annually to a financially needy independent student working towards a degree.

The Beatrice H. Mullaney Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1988 through a bequest from the Honorable Beatrice H. Mullaney for students from the greater Fall River area who are graduates of B.M.C. Durfee High School or Bishop Connelly High School. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Frank and Susan Mullin Scholarship:

Established in August 2005. Awarded to an academically qualified student in his or her junior or senior year, who is a resident of South Boston, Massachusetts, and who demonstrates a financial need.

The Lt. William C. Murphy Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1988 by the members of the Class of 1963 on the occasion of their twenty-fifth anniversary reunion at Stonehill in memory of their classmate, Army Lt. William C. Murphy, who was killed in the line of duty on October 5, 1965 while serving in Vietnam. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Michael D. Nessralla Scholarship:

Established by his family in memory of Brockton businessman, Michael D. Nessralla, a longtime friend of Stonehill. Awarded annually to a needy and academically qualified third or fourth-year student. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Helen and Albert Niemi Scholarship:

Established in 2005 through the generosity of Mr. & Mrs. Albert Niemi, Jr. ’64. Awarded to an academically deserving student(s) in either their junior or senior year. Preference will be given to student(s) who reside in either Easton, MA or Mansfield, MA.

The John and Cheryl Noblin Scholarship:

Established in 2011 by generous benefactors of the College, John and Cheryl Noblin.  Academically qualified and financially needy recipient(s) will be chosen by the Alumni Council.

The Novak-Templeton Merit Scholarship:

The Novak-Templeton Merit Scholarship program was established through funds provided to Stonehill College by Michael Novak ’56 upon his receipt of the distinguished Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion and the benefaction of the Novak family. Scholarships awarded annually to students who exhibit academic excellence. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Ann O’Connell Scholarship:

Established in 1997 through the generosity of William O’Connell. Awarded annually to a financially deserving and academically qualified student from Easton, MA.

The O’Connor Family Scholarship:

Established in 2003 through the generosity of Pat O’Connor, loyal friend and benefactor to Stonehill, and parent of Patrick O’Connor, Class of 1989. Awarded annually to a financially deserving and academically qualified student with a demonstrated commitment to community service leadership.

The Barbara Lutted O’Donnell Scholarship:

Established in 1988 by Warren F. Dahlin, Assistant Professor of Health Care Administration at Stonehill, in honor of Barbara Lutted O’Donnell, teacher and guidance counselor in the Stoughton Public Schools for forty-two years. The scholarship is awarded to students who face challenges related to disability and are academically qualified with demonstrated financial need.

The Robert M. O’Donnell Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the parents of Robert M. O’Donnell, Class of 1991, in his memory. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified computer student.

The Paul K. O’Leary Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Paul K. O’Leary in 1994 by Neil O’Leary ’61 and awarded through the Alumni Council Scholarship Committee. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically talented student entering the fourth year. Application provided by the Office of Alumni Affairs.

The William C. O’Malley Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of William C. O’Malley ’66, district attorney of Plymouth County. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially needy student. Requires a separate application, available in the Student Aid and Finance Office, and an essay on “The Value of Devoting One’s Life to Public Service.”

The Mark J. Oteri Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the family and friends in memory of Mark Oteri, Class of 1988. Awarded to an academically qualified and deserving student.

The Amy Hoar Palmisciano Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2000 by the friends and family of Amy Hoar Palmisciano ’72. Awarded annually to a student majoring in education, with preference given to elementary education, regardless of financial need or academic standing, who shows excellent promise to be an outstanding teacher. The scholarship will be awarded after consultation with the chair of the Education Department and department Faculty. Preference will also be given to residents of Massachusetts, particularly Easton.

The Peter Paolella Memorial Scholarship:

Established in September 2004. Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in biology with an interest in molecular or cellular biology.

The Senator John Parker Memorial Scholarship:

Established in memory of Senator John Parker of Taunton, Mass. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Lisa Philo-Corcoran Memorial Scholarship:

Established through the generosity of her family and friends, this scholarship fund is intended to help preserve the memory and spirit of Lisa Philo-Corcoran, Class of 1988. Awarded to a financially needy and academically qualified female student from New York.

The Pillar Society Scholarship:

Established by the Class of 1952 and funded by the generosity of 50th reunion classes to serve as a testimony to their love for Stonehill College. Awarded to the children and grandchildren of Stonehill graduates.

The James Pires Memorial Scholarship:

Given by family and friends in memory of James Pires. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student residing in Easton or Brockton, Mass. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Monsignor Mimie B. Pitaro Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by Nicholas Pitaro, Esq..  It is the Donor’s wish to assist student(s) who are academically qualified with demonstrated financial need who have an Italian heritage, preferably, though not necessarily, from Brockton, MA.

The E. Romeo Poirier and Edward D. Poirier Memorial Scholarship:

Established to endow a scholarship to provide assistance for financially needy and deserving students from Taunton, Mass.

The John E. and Aliese Price Foundation Scholarship:

Established by a gift from the John E. Price Foundation, Inc. Provides assistance for visually handicapped students.

The Captain Janet M. Redgate, U.S.N. Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1990 by her brother Daniel.  The scholarship is awarded to students participating in the H.O.P.E., alternative spring break, program with a preference to the Honduras trip.

The Christine Reynolds Endowment for the Arts Scholarship:

Established in 1998 by Robert S. Reynolds and Diane Reynolds Wright, and their children Kristen and Jeffrey. Awarded to an academically qualified student, with a demonstrated financial need, who is enrolled in the Fine Arts Program at Stonehill College. Recipients will be chosen by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Ray Richard Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2001 by the family and friends of Ray Richard ’61, a dedicated and loyal alumnus of Stonehill and an award-winning reporter at the Boston Globe for 50 years. Awarded annually with preference to aspiring writers and journalists.

The Robert F. Rivers '86 Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by Robert F. Rivers ’86, President of the largest bank headquartered in Boston, Eastern Bank.  Growing up in a working class family in Stoughton, MA, Robert Rivers knows the value of a scholarship as he was only able to attend Stonehill by the grace of a scholarship and working a part-time job to pay the difference.  This scholarship is awarded to a financially needy student whose home is Stoughton, MA.

The Bud and Eileen Roche Endowed Scholarship:

Established in 2013 by Bud and Eileen Roche of Roche Brothers Supermarket and long-time generous benefactors of the College. Awarded to residents of Needham, Roslindale, West Roxbury, and Dorchester, Massachusetts.  It is the benefactors’ hope that the recipients of this scholarship will consider financially supporting the College’s scholarship program upon their graduation.

The Patty Roche Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Daniel and Eileen Roche in memory of their daughter, Patty Roche, a member of the Class of 1984. Up to 9 scholarships are awarded annually; the recipients selected are recognized as Patty Roche Scholars. Recipients are employees, and children and/or grandchildren of employees of Roche Brothers Supermarkets, Inc.

The Theresa Ryan Scholarship:

Given by Lawrence and Theresa Salameno in 2001. Awarded annually to financially needy students.

The Sharkansky Accounting Scholarship

Established in the fall of 2014 by Sharkansky LLP (Brockton, MA), one of the region’s leading public accounting firms. Sharkansky LLP is a close partner of Stonehill’s through internships and employment opportunities that foster the training and preparation of future accountants. The Sharkansky Accounting Scholarship will be awarded annually to full-time Stonehill students who are enrolled in the Accounting Program and entering the junior or senior years.  Eligible students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher and have demonstrated financial need.  Students from Brockton, MA or surrounding towns are preferred. 

The Dolores Shelley Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2013 by Sandra Hoering Smith, companion and best friend of Dolores Shelley.  Professor of literature and creative writing at Stonehill College from 1967-2003 and Professor Emerita from 2004, Dolores Shelley also chaired the English Department from 1986 to 1991.  Dolores loved writing, the joy of teaching, sailing, and gardening and was widely traveled.  It is the benefactor’s wish to assist students with financial need who are English majors who wish to pursue a career in writing or journalism or participate with the CAIRN literary magazine at Stonehill.  

The Thomas and Mary Shields Scholarship:

Given by Thomas F. and Mary Jane Shields. Scholarship awarded annually to a deserving pre-medical student from the greater Brockton area. Recipient will typically be in either third or fourth year.

The Shield Merit Scholarship:

Established by Thomas F. and Mary Jane Shields in the Fall of 2005. Awarded annually over a period of ten years to incoming first-year students with SAT scores above 1250. Shields Merit Scholars who maintain a G.P.A. of 3.3 or better will continue to receive the same amount of institutional scholarship support annually.

The Cardinal Spellman Scholarship:

Established in perpetuity by the late Archbishop of New York for graduates of Cardinal Spellman High School in Brockton, Mass. Awarded to two students for each of the four years of their college careers as determined by the religious community at the high school.

The A. Michael Storlazzi Scholarship:

Established by A. Michael Storlazzi, C.P.A., former assistant professor of business administration at Stonehill College. Awarded to a financially needy and academically qualified student in the field of business and accounting.

The Madelyn W. Sturtevant Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2004 by the Honorable Martha Ware, this scholarship is to be awarded to academically qualified and financially needy students.

The Helen and Edward Sullivan Scholarship:

Established in 2012 by John and Michael Sullivan, sons of the late Helen and Edward Sullivan. Awarded to an academically qualified student with demonstrated financial need.

The Reverend Lawrence Sullivan, C.S.C. Scholarship:

Established in 1982 by The Cardinal O’Connell Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus of Brockton and the South Shore, in honor of Rev. Lawrence Sullivan, C.S.C., former chaplain of the Assembly. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Sullivan-Langsenkamp Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1988 in honor of Stonehill’s fourth president, Rev. Richard H. Sullivan, C.S.C. In 1994, Father Sullivan made a sizable contribution to the endowment in memory of his mother, Ida Langsenkamp Sullivan. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Richard J. Susi Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2008 by Robert Pirri.  The scholarship is awarded to academically qualified student(s) who are member(s) of the varsity football team with a demonstrated financial need.  If such recipient(s) is/are not identified, the scholarship can be awarded to an academically qualified student-athlete(s) with demonstrated financial need. 

The Tarella Family EMS Scholarship:

Established in 2013 by Douglas and Kathleen Tarella ’74, parents of Julianne Tarella ’13.  The Tarella Family EMS Scholarship was created to recognize and reward first responders.  This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need and meritorious performance who are full-time Stonehill students, currently licensed as an EMT or Paramedic who intend to pursue a career in direct patient care.

The Raymond Tashash Family Scholarship:

Established in 2007 by Norman and Alicia Tashash, parents of Joseph Tashash ’08, in honor of Joseph’s grandparents. Awarded to an academically qualified student with a demonstrated financial need; majoring in business; in his/her junior year.

The Ralph D. Tedeschi Memorial Scholarship:

Established by Father Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C., eighth President of Stonehill College, in recognition of Mr. Tedeschi’s many contributions to Stonehill College and other charitable organizations. Awarded to a needy and academically qualified student.

The Nancy J. Thurston Memorial Scholarship:

Established in honor of Nancy Thurston, continuing education alumna. Awarded to a financially deserving and academically qualified female student in health care administration who is continuing her education later in life.

The David M. Tracy Scholarship:

Established by The Fund for Higher Education (in Israel) in recognition of David M. Tracy’s commitment to The Fund in its many charitable activities and to Stonehill College in its educational endeavors. One scholarship of $1,000 awarded annually to an academically qualified student majoring in the Arts or Sciences. Another of $1,000 awarded annually to an academically qualified student majoring in business administration. Recipients selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Amy Campbell Tripp Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 2011 by Brendan Counihan. Awarded to a rising Junior or Senior, who has participated in the SUREprogram and is majoring in either Visual and Performing Arts, Biology, Psychology or Neuroscience. If there is no SUREstudent who meets the criteria ,a student majoring in one of the above mentioned majors is acceptable.

The Christo and Bessie Tsaganis Memorial Scholarship:

Originally established by Brockton businessman and former Stonehill Trustee, Mr. Christos Tsaganis, in memory of his wife, Bessie Tsaganis. Awarded to financially needy and academically qualified students.

The Val & Arthur A. Viano Fine Arts Fund:

Established in 2005 by the late Velia “Val” A. Viano, and Stonehill professor Mary Jean Viano Crowe. Awarded to an academically qualified student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, demonstrated financial need, in their junior or senior year, majoring in Studio Art or Double Majors.

The Villa Nazareth Scholarship:

Awarded annually to financially needy and academically qualified student(s).  Student(s) must be committed to community service and active in Campus Ministry.

The Richard A. Voke Scholarship:

Established in 2003 through the generosity of Richard A. Voke. Two scholarships are awarded annually, one to a graduate of Chelsea High School, and the other to a resident of Charlestown, Mass. who have potential for academic achievement and have demonstrated academic accomplishment, community service, and financial need. Preference is given to first year students.

The Honorable Martha Ware Scholarship:

Established by a gift from the Honorable Martha Ware. Awarded annually to a financially needy and academically qualified student.

The Washington, D.C. Alumni Scholarship:

Established by alumni from the Washington, D.C. area. Awarded annually to students from the Washington, D.C. area who demonstrate financial need and are academically qualified.

The Rita & Frank Welch Scholarship:

Established in 2010 by Rita Welch to provide financial assistance to an academically qualified student with a demonstrated financial need, majoring in Healthcare Administration.

The Herbert A. and Gertrude M. Wessling Memorial Scholarship:

Established by the family of Herbert A. Wessling, in perpetuity, in tribute to his lifelong devotion to education and to Stonehill College. Awarded annually to academically qualified students majoring in sociology. Preference will be given to students with a demonstrated financial need. Recipients will be asked to support the scholarship fund after their graduation from Stonehill to the extent that their means allow. Recipients will be chosen by the Scholarship Committee.

The Vincent P. and Mary L. Wright Memorial Scholarship:

Established in 1997 by the Wright family in loving memory of Vincent, a former executive vice president of Stonehill College and an honorary degree recipient, and Mary, a longtime friend of Stonehill College and higher education. Awarded to an academically qualified and financially needy Stonehill College student. Recipient selected by the Stonehill Scholarship Committee.

The Yawkey Scholarship:

Established by the Yawkey Foundation in 2005. Awarded to first-year students up to the age of 26, who reside in New England or Georgetown County, South Carolina. Students must be financially needy and academically qualified with preference given to students who are graduates of the Ron Burton Training Village in Hubbardston, Mass. and have a life circumstance that have made study and achievement challenging. Moreover they must have been engaged with a recognized mentoring program or an official mentoring relationship during their secondary school attendance.

Scholarships for Part-Time and Independent Students

The Reverend Peter Donohue, C.S.C. Memorial Scholarship:

Limited financial aid is available for part-time students formally accepted (or in the process of seeking acceptance) in a degree or certificate program. Non-renewable awards based on a combination of scholarship and financial need are made each semester and are intended to provide short-term assistance to promising students. Students must demonstrate a 2.7 GPA.

The Reverend Eugene Green/Beta XI Scholarship:

Established by Beta Xi, the Stonehill Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda. Awarded to part-time students in a degree program based on academic performance and community service. Students need not be a member of Beta Xi. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA.

The Bill Mulford Fund for Independent Students:

Established through the generosity of Nan D. Mulford in memory of her late husband Bill, Class of 2000. Awarded annually to a financially needy independent student working towards a degree.

(Note: Information on this page is subject to change without notice)