Other GU Incentive Scholarships

The Achievement Rewards for College Scientists (ARCS) Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to junior or senior students whose core research in the hard sciences could feasibly serve a breakthrough technology or discovery -- with the fundamental goal of advancing our country's global technological competitiveness.

The Alvarez Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established through the generous support of members of the Alvarez family to honor the memory of patriarch Mr. Pedro Antonio Alvarez.  The fund provides scholarship awards to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who, due to limited financial resources, would otherwise be unable to pursue or undertake non-paying public interest internships or research projects.  Information and applications are available from the SFS Dean's Office.

The Pedro Arrupe, S.J. Scholarship for Peace
This scholarship was established by generous donors to enable international students with financial need, especially those from socially conflicted areas of the world, to receive a Jesuit education at Georgetown. Undergraduate recipients are selected from the pool of international students who have been admitted to the University, on the recommendation of the University admissions committees.

The Steven de Balmaseda Champion Memorial Scholarship for Study Abroad
This scholarship was established in 1986 to help needy undergraduate students who wish to study abroad. Recipients are selected by the GU Office of International Programs. Preference in selection is given to GU undergraduates with financial need who plan to study abroad in non-English speaking European countries.

The Georgetown Environment Initiative Scholarship
This scholarship was established through the Georgetown Environment Initiative with the goal of providing support to the best and brightest students interested in research related to the complex issues of our environment. It is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid and have demonstrated an interest in academic scholarship related to an area of the environment.

The Michael Jurist Memorial Overseas Studies Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Michael Evan Jurist (F'07). It is awarded to undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need with a preference in selection for students participating in the Sciences Po Lyon program within the Office of International Programs.

The Sally and Nat Lefkowitz Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of Mrs. Pearl Bailey Bellson. It is awarded with preference in selection to a  junior or senior student majoring in Theology in the College. Recipients are selected by the Office of Student Financial Services in consultation with the Dean of the College and the Chairman of the Department of Theology.

The Maguire Scholars Program Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Maguire Foundation to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in the selection of recipients is given to students from area high schools in Philadelphia who meet the further preferences set forth by the Maguire Foundation. Applications for the scholarship are available from the Maguire Foundation.

The E.J. McCarthy Overseas Studies Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded by the GU French Department to undergraduates who wish to study in France during their junior year. Applications for the scholarship, which is awarded based on academic merit and financial need, are available from the GU French Department.

The E.J. McCarthy Tours Summer Study Abroad Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded each year to undergraduates enrolled in the GU-sponsored summer study abroad program in Tours, France. Applications for the scholarship, which is awarded based on academic merit and financial need, are available from the GU French Department.

The Nightline Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1997 to provide financial support each year to a Georgetown undergraduate undertaking a six month Spring semester internship at ABC, Inc. on the "Nightline" program, or if the "Nightline" program ceases, at the ABC News Washington Bureau. The selected intern enrolls for at least three academic credits for completing the supervised internship and tutorial, and some may take an additional course at the discretion of their Dean (for up to a total of six credits). The selected intern also receives the Nightline scholarship. Applications for the internship and scholarship are available from the Georgetown University MBNA Career Center.

The Rev. Daniel Power Memorial Scholarship
The Reverend Daniel Power Memorial Scholarship was established by the brothers and sisters of Alpha Phi Omega National Fraternity in memory of their advisor and brother, Daniel E. Power, S.J. The Power scholarship is an award made annually with preference in selection to needy Juniors and Seniors whose records display the values of community service, leadership, and scholarship held dear by Fr. Power in his own life. A separate application is required and is available from the Volunteer and Public Service Centerr, or the Alpha Phi Omega Office.

The Sultan Qaboos bin-Said Arabic Language and Culture Scholarship
This scholarship fund was created by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin-Said of Oman to provide scholarships to selected Arabic majors. Further information about the program is available from the Office of the Dean of the Georgetown University Faculty of Languages and Linguistics or the GU Arabic Department.

The President Anwar El Sadat Memorial Scholarship
The Anwar El Sadat Scholarship was established to bring needy Egyptian students to Georgetown University to earn an undergraduate degree (in the school of their choosing) provided they return to Egypt upon completion of their degree.

The Tatung Institute of Technology Scholarship
The Tatung Institute of Technology established this scholarship to pay the tuition of a student who is a needy citizen of the Republic of China, who is obliged to return to Taiwan to serve at the Tatung Institute. This scholarship is restricted to students enrolled in the Languages and Linguistics division of the College.