The John and Cheryl Noblin Scholarship

The John and Cheryl Noblin Scholarship Fund was established in 2011 by
generous benefactors of the College, John ’69 and Cheryl Noblin ’71.

The scholarship benefits an academically qualified and financially needy Stonehill College student majoring in neuroscience with an interest in researching ALS. The hope is to further the research to help find a cure for this disease while helping deserving students to pay for their education at Stonehill.

Meet the Match

At a recent golf tournament, benefactors Tom and Mary Folliard made a generous announcement--they will match all gifts, up to $25,000, made in support of the John and Cheryl Noblin Scholarship Fund.

The deadline is September 30. Please make a gift today to have your gift matched!

Ways to Give

Thank you for your support.

Make an online gift for the John and Cheryl Noblin Scholarship

To send a gift by mail, click below for a gift form and mail to:
Stonehill College | Office of Development
320 Washington Street | Easton, MA 02357-6242

Print a gift form to make your gift by mail

"One of my proudest moments of my Stonehill career was my Neuroscience Capstone project. 
For this project, we were allowed to choose any topic of neuroscience and come up with a novel hypothesis on it. As I am incredibly interested in neurodegenerative diseases, I decided to do mine on Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Throughout this project, I was able to achieve a better understanding of not only the causes, symptoms, and complications of the disease, but also the underlying biological mechanisms that cause these symptoms and complications.
Through reviewing the scientific literature and critically thinking about the disease, I was able to come up with a novel hypothesis for a potential treatment for the C9ORF72 mutation that causes some forms of ALS.
It is my hope one day that I will be able to further my hypothesis and conduct research

to develop this idea into fruition and potentially help those with the disease.      

Thank you for providing me and many others with the means to pursue my goals and all the
tremendous opportunities Stonehill has to offer."

Thomas Bellio, Class of 2018