Friends of Newman North Scholarship Application 2024

 We are happy to announce the 2024 Friends of Newman North Merit Scholarship, a program dedicated to recognizing and supporting students at the University at Buffalo who are active in the Newman community! This scholarship is a testament to FONN’s commitment to academic excellence, community engagement, and the enrichment of faith-based values.

Through this scholarship, we aim to support your educational journey and honor your dedication to these ideals, both intellectual and spiritual. We invite you to share your story with us.

The amount of the scholarship will be determined by the FONN Board of Trustees. In the past, scholarship awards have been no lower than $500, and several have exceeded that.

In addition, the UB Newman Men’s Club is offering a $500 scholarship to exceptional students. You may apply for BOTH scholarships using the same online form below.

Scholarship applications must be submitted for review no later than Friday, April 5, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.

Please ensure that all application sections are completed and submitted by the specified deadline. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Scholarship awards will be announced before the end of the spring 2024 semester.

We look forward to learning about your achievements and aspirations and wish you the best in this application process! Your commitment to academia, community, and faith is what drives the spirit of the Friends of Newman North Scholarship.

If you have questions, please email info@friendsofnewmannorth.org.

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Name
Are you a current UB Student?
Scholarships are available to UB Students only.
Street, City, State, Zip
If you're between years, pick the closest.
Briefly describe your current course study, career interests, and why you decided to pursue this path.
List your student activities and the leadership role (if any) you play in them. Describe all your community service activities.
Describe your involvement in faith-based activities. For example: participating in student Masses, attending Wednesday Night student dinners, UB Rooted, Newman Nights, or other faith-based activities.
While this scholarship is not based on financial need, would it address a financial burden related to your education? If so, how?
Is there any other information you'd like to include on this scholarship application?
UB Newman Men's Club Scholarship
Would you like also to be considered for a UB Newman Men's Club scholarship? (you should do this!)