College Financial Aid is intended to help students pay education-related expenses (tuition, room and board, transportation, books, and other fees) while attending college.  Click here for a brief financial aid overview.

Need-based Aid can come in the form of grants (gift money) or loans (money that needs to be paid back).  In order to receive this type of financial aid students and families complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or the FAFSA, beginning in the student’s senior year of high school.

Merit Aid is awarded to students who have an exemplary academic record, including GPA and standardized test scores.  The student’s chosen college or institution usually distributes this grant money.

Scholarships are a form of grant, or gift aid and are available at both the high school and college levels.  Bishop Manogue Catholic High School updates an extensive scholarship database in Family Connection.

 

Graduating Senior Scholarships

The following graduating senior scholarships are funded by generous Bishop Manogue donors. Nearly all scholarships require an essay component. Please see individual scholarship applications for details.

All 2021-22 scholarships are due by January 10, 2021. You will only receive notification if you are awarded a scholarship. Any questions please email scholarships@bishopmanogue.org.

 

Anna and Bruno Menicucci Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,500

Carl W. Andersen Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000

Dave Myers Memorial Scholarship
Value: $2,000

Dunlap Family Scholarship
Value: $500

Dylan Rutherford Scholarship
Value: $2,500

Louis & Genevieve Capurro Foundation Graduating Senior Scholarship
Value: $4,000

Michael “Bub” Yenick Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,500-$5,000

Miner Achievement Scholarship
Value: $4,000

Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation Scholarship
Value: $1,000

The Aly Christiansen Memorial Scholarship
Value: $2,000

The Glaubitz Family Trust Scholarship
Value: $1,000

The Jan Santos Memorial Scholarship
Value: $2,000

Tim Walsh Memorial Scholarship
Value: $1,000

College Financial Aid Resources

  • College Board: This is an non-profit association of over 6,000 colleges and universities.  It provides resources, tools, and services to students, parents, and educators.  The College Board also develops the SAT and the AP tests.
  • CSS Profile(College Scholarship Service Profile) Distributed by the College Board, the CSS Profile is required for select private institutions to best find financial aid for the student.
  • Fastweb: A free database of college scholarships.  Students complete a Fastweb profile and can search through scholarships for which they qualify.
  • Educational Credit Management Corporation: (ECMC) Previously EdFund, this site outlines the basics of student loans and preventing default on those loans.
  • US Department of Education: A great resource about loans, grants, laws, and data impacting education across the United States.