Named Undergraduate Georgetown Scholarships

Students can apply for the following named gift-funded GU & NHS Scholarships by completing the standard application for need-based financial aid at Georgetown. 

Many donors of named GU & NHS Scholarships take a personal interest in the students who receive grants funded by their gifts. Students selected for these awards may be asked to write a letter of appreciation to the donor, or to attend events to acknowledge the generosity of the donor. Recipients are strongly encouraged to participate in these activities to thank the donors of our financial aid programs and to help Georgetown raise additional funds to meet the financial need of our undergraduates.

All of the following named GU & NHS Scholarships are awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

Note: You can click on one of the letters below to jump ahead to the named scholarships beginning with that letter.

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The Accenture GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Georgetown University alumni working for Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting) to assist undergraduate students who have demonstrated academic excellence, an interest in consulting, and financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. In addition, at least one $1,000 scholarship is given annually to a second year MBA graduate business student with demonstrated academic excellence, an interest in consulting, and demonstrated financial need.

The Luis E. Aguilar GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Maria Teresa Alvarez Canida (F'75), and other members of the Canida and Alvarez families, to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in the selection of recipients to be given to eligible students of Hispanic descent who are enrolled in the School of Foreign Service.

The Altman GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Roger Altman to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in the selection of recipients to be given to eligible African-American students.

The Alumni Club of Metro Washington, D.C. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by members of the GU Alumni Club of Metro Washington, D.C. to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Amato Family Hilltop GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Joseph V. Amato (B'84) to assist undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Amaturo Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Joseph & Wini Amaturo to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Ambro-Ciarrocchi GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas L. Ambro (C'72, L'75), and Diane F.(I'76), and Charles J. Ciarrocchi, Jr. to assist a student who, after spending a minimum of one semester at Georgetown, returns to the University with sufficient financial need to qualify for the first time for Georgetown scholarship aid, or whose level of financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid increases after their first year at Georgetown.

The Stephen C. and H. Max Ammerman Memorial GU & NHS Scholarships
In the spring of 1972, the Ammerman family established a scholarship in tribute to their son, Stephen C. Ammerman, who was killed in Thailand in February 1972. The scholarship was renamed in 1989 to honor also the memory of Stephen's father, the late H. Max Ammerman. Scholarships are awarded to students in each of the undergraduate schools who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to students with an interest in Asian affairs or languages, or Judaic traditions, or who are from Washington, D.C.

The Arthur Andersen & Co. Alumni GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to seniors in the McDonough School of Business who are studying accounting and who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship was donated by GU alumni who worked at Arthur Andersen & Co.

The Antonacci Biology GU Scholarship
This scholarship supports students from New Jersey who are majoring in biology in Georgetown College and who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Armas Family NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Jose (Pepe) Armas, MD and Ada Armas, MD to assist undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for NHS scholarship aid.

The Atara GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Gil Ashley Tenzer, B'84 to assist eligible undergraduates at the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Raymond F. Baby GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Raymond F. Baby (College 1895) to assist Georgetown undergraduates in the College who are from Jefferson County, West Virginia and Washington County, Maryland who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. If there are no eligible students from Jefferson County, WV or Washington County, MD then the scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate in the College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who is from a town in either West Virginia or Maryland that is nearest to these counties.

The Jon M. Baker GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1986 by Jon M. Baker to provide assistance for students in Georgetown College and the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Benjamin Banneker GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by GU students in honor of Benjamin Banneker for the benefit of disadvantaged students from Washington, D.C. for study at any undergraduate school at Georgetown. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Banse Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Rev. Robert Lee Banse, Jr. (C'80) and his mother Anne Windels Banse, to provide assistance for students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Barcia de Leiva GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Ms. Anne-Marie Barcia de Leiva (F'76) to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Stephen F. Barranco, M.D. Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the family and friends of Dr. Stephen F. Barranco (Med '70). The scholarship is awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the College. The student selected will be pursuing a premedical curriculum and demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Josephine and Dane Barse GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Dr. Francis E. Barse, M.D. (EX '48, M'50) in honor of his parents. The scholarship assists undergraduates in the College who are majoring in Italian who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Dr. Anna Bartsch-Dunne GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the German Orphan Home of the District of Columbia to assist undergraduates in the College who are majoring in German who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John P. Beall GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance for male students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Father Vincent Beatty Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to create a permanent living memorial to Father Vincent. The scholarship provides aid to undergraduate students from Georgetown Prep and other Jesuit secondary schools who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Berardino Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Joseph and Gail Berardino to assist an undergraduate in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bergeson Buffone GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Barbara Bergeson Buffone (C'80) and Steven P. Buffone (F'80) in recognition of their 25th Reunion, to assist an undergraduate in the College or School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The William and Marjorie Berkley GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate in the College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. It was donated by William and Marjorie Berkley.

The Bianco Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Carl P. Bianco (N'78, M'82) and Barbara S. Bianco (C'78) to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mary Mouakad Blatty GU Scholarship
Mr. William P. Blatty (C'50) donated this scholarship in memory of his mother. The scholarship assists students from The Heights School in Potomac, Maryland who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Boland Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by members of the Boland family to indicate in a tangible way their sincere appreciation to the Jesuits for their love and sacrifice, and for the Roman Catholic ideals imparted to their children. Scholarships are awarded to students who exemplify positive involvement in student life at Georgetown and religious commitment and who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Borders Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid to further the education of a junior or senior who best exemplifies a balanced pursuit of academic excellence and involvement in volunteer opportunities at Georgetown University. The scholarship was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Borders.

The Jack & Laurian Bowlin Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Georgetown alumni Robert M. (B'75) and John D. (B'72) Bowlin in honor of their parents. It provides assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Laura and Walter O. Briggs, Jr. GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student in the College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship was donated by the late Mr. & Mrs. Walter O. Briggs, Jr.

The Edith C. Brophy GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established under the will of the late Ms. Edith C. Brophy to assist deserving students at the University who, without such assistance, might not be able to obtain the advantage of a college education. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Raymond C. and Jeannette T. Brophy GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Raymond and Jeannette Brophy to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Sidney R. Brown GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Sidney R. Brown (B'79) on the occasion of his 25th Georgetown reunion, to provide support to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Valerie and Joseph Brown GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Valerie and Joseph Brown to assist undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Calcagnini GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Arthur B. Calcagnini in memory of his parents and late first wife. It is awarded to undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Robert M. Callagy, Sr. C'60 Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Callagy, Mr. & Mrs. John M. Callagy, and Mr. & Mrs. Richard F. Burke in memory of their brother Bob.

The Christel Campanale GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the late Mrs. Christel Campanale to provide support for undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Thomas A. Cantwell GU Scholarship
The late Mr. Thomas Cantwell established this scholarship through a 1971 bequest in his will. It provides support for undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Claire Z. Carey, Ph.D. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by MBNA America Bank, N.A. to provide assistance to students who attend the College, whose native country is not the United States of America, who are Catholic, and who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. This scholarship honors Professor Carey's service as an Associate Dean of the College, 1985-2000.

The Emily Chen Carrera GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Emily Chen Carrera (B'88) and Christopher Carrera to provide assistance to outstanding undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Daniel B. Carroll GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Daniel B. Carroll (F'87) to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Christopher P. Caudill Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Tom Henry (B'97), Sean Cawley (B'97), and Marcelo Prince (C'97) in memory of Christopher P. Caudill. The scholarship provides assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The 1111 Cawley/Murphy GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Mr. Charles M. Cawley (C'62) and others to honor the memory of Christopher M. Murphy, son of John Peter and Gael Murphy and nephew of Charles M. Cawley, who died at a young age while still in college. These scholarships provide assistance to undergraduates who are from the states of Delaware, Maine, Maryland and/or New Jersey who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. At least one or more recipients each year come from each state, with at least two recipients each year who are in Georgetown College.

The Civitas Foundation GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Civitas Foundation to assist students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher and are from southern New Jersey. John Quigley, The President and Founder of the Civitas Foundation, is a 1976 graduate of the College.

The Class of 1964 GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by members of The Georgetown College Class of 1964 to assist students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Class of 1984 GU Scholarship
The Georgetown Class of 1984 established this scholarship to provide assistance to undergraduates who maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher, participate in extra-curricular activities at Georgetown, and who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Hillary Rodham Clinton GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1997 by Robert Wagner (C'45, F'48) as an expression of his admiration and respect for then First Lady of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton. The scholarship is awarded with preference in selection given to female undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Coca-Cola GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to main campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship fund was donated by The Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta, GA.

The Coca-Cola NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship fund was donated by The Coca-Cola Company of Atlanta, GA.

The Coia GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Arthur E. Coia, II, (B'92) (L'96) to assist an undergraduate in the McDonough School of Business (MSB) who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Philip R. & Mary C. Collins GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Philip and Mary Collins to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The William & Lesley Collins GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William and Lesley Collins to assist an undergraduate who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mercedes & William Connelly GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William L. Connelly (F'80) to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Cornelia B. Connor GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated in memory of Cornelia B. Connor by her husband, Mr. Joseph Connor to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Virginia Cooke GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated in memory of Virginia Cooke by Mr. Roger A. Cooke (C'70, L'73) to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Arthur Crames GU Scholarship
These scholarships were established to aid one student in the McDonough School of Business and one student in the School of Foreign Service who is from New York or New Jersey who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Elizabeth and Stephen Croncota GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Peter S. Croncota (B'83) in honor of his parents to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need with preference in selection of recipients given first to eligible students who have graduated from the Knowledge is Power (KIPP) Program in New York City; second, to students who have graduated from KIPP programs in other parts of the country; and third, to students who have self-identified as having graduated from a KIPP middle school.

The Cronin Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1999 to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Timothy and Alanna Gibson Cronin.

The Cheryl Drozen Crowley GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2005 to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection of a recipient to be given to eligible students in the College who have demonstrated leadership in the area of community service. The fund was donated by George D. Crowley, Jr. (C'73, L'76) in memory of his late wife.

The Alberto de la Cruz GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Alberto de la Cruz (B'89) to assist an undergraduate in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Helen B. Dahlgren GU Scholarship
The late Helen B. Dahlgren donated these scholarships to help financially underprivileged students enrolled in Georgetown College whose records of demonstrated excellence and achievement indicate significant talent and potential for future growth. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Florence Dailey GU & NHS Scholarships
Through the benevolence of the late Miss Florence Dailey of Rochester New York, dozens of scholarships ranging in value from $500 to more than the cost of full-time tuition are awarded each year to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Dalebroux-Drayna Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Jeffrey Dalebroux and Valerie Drayna Dalebroux.

The Robert C. Danaher Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the family of Robert C. Danaher to assist students in the McDonough School of Business or the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students who are from Connecticut or Ohio.

The Darnall GU Scholarship
The late Mrs. Henry Darnall donated this scholarship in 1809 for the maintenance and education of an orphan or a poor child in Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Cora and John H. Davis GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to benefit undergraduates who due to special family circumstances require supplemental Georgetown scholarship assistance in order to further their studies. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid due to special family circumstances.

The Michael and Margaret DeLucia GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid to attend Georgetown University. The fund was donated by Dr. Frank DeLucia in honor of his parents, Michael and Margaret DeLucia.

The Mr. Arnold J. Denys, School of Foreign Service, 1956; Former United States American Consul, GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Arnold J. Denys (SFS '56) to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the School of Foreign Service.

The Eileen Desmond NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1995 through a bequest in the will of the late Eileen Desmond of Washington, DC to assist student nurses who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Don Donahue Family GU Scholarships
These scholarships were established to provide current use and endowed awards in perpetuity to students at Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The funds were donated by Mr. Donald J. Donahue (C'47).

The Donald J. and Carol A. Donahue GU Scholarship
The Donald J. (C'47) and Carol A. Donahue Scholarship was established by the late Mr. Donahue and his second wife Carol to assist undergraduates in their junior or senior year who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection is given to eligible children or grandchildren of Georgetown alumni

The John F. Donahue Memorial GU Scholarship
The John F. Donahue Memorial Scholarship was established by the family and friends of John F. Donahue, Sr. (C'22, L'25) and is awarded to students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John F. and Florence J. Donahue Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the late Donald J. Donahue (C'47) and his brother John F. Donahue, Jr. (C'58) in memory of their parents. It is awarded to students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mary M. Donahue Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the late Donald J. Donahue (C'47) in memory of his first wife, Mary. The scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to an eligible female student born in the United States, of African, Hispanic, or American Indian ancestry.

The Walter J. Donnelly GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of Ambassador Walter J. Donnelly, by his family, to provide assistance for students in the School of Foreign Service, the McDonough School of Business, or the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection is given to students of Hispanic ancestry.

The Clare Donoghue GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a Connecticut applicant to Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection where possible to a student who has demonstrated a strong commitment to helping others in their community, preferably senior citizens.

The Donohoe Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by GU alumni Suzanne O'Leary Donohoe (C'92) and Matthew Beckwith Donohoe (C'92) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Donovan GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by David E. and Nancy S. Donovan to assist undergraduates in the Walsh School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Patricia Duff GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established at the request of Patricia Duff by the Revlon Foundation to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Duffy GU Scholarship (1933)
Mr. Charles G. Duffy, Jr. established this scholarship in 1933 to benefit students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Charles G. Duffy, Jr. and Virginia Leahy Duffy GU Scholarship (2000)
This scholarship was donated in 2000 in memory of Charles and Virginia Duffy by their son Mr. Charles Duffy, III (C'74) to assist undergraduate students at Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students in the College who are a member of the GU crew team, or eligible students in the College who are from the Buffalo, New York area.

The Dyer GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1919 by Mrs. Irene Dyer Spangler of Roanoke, Virginia to perpetuate the memory of her brother, the Reverend Marcus Dyer. The scholarship is awarded to juniors and seniors in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are from Washington, D.C..

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The Dr. Valerie Earle Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established with a gift under the will of the late Dr. Valerie Earle to provide grant assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need. Dr. Earle was the first woman appointed to the liberal arts faculty at Georgetown. The native Texan arrived at GU in 1955 after having taught at San Francisco State College and the University of Alabama. Dr. Earle quickly established her courses on constitutional law as core elements of Georgetown's government curriculum. When a GU Faculty Senate was created in 1965, Dr. Earle drafted its first bylaws; a year later she was elected as its first president. Elected chairperson of the Government Department in 1972, she was the first woman to head a major department of Georgetown University. Dr. Earle retired from full-time teaching at GU in 1986 but continued to teach part-time despite being confined to a wheelchair. From her first classes until her death at the age of 85 in August 2004, Professor Emeritus Earle profoundly impacted Georgetown in its growth from a small institution to a major national university. As a last act of loyalty and devotion to Georgetown, Dr. Earle left in her will a portion of her estate for the establishment of a scholarship fund for students with financial need.

The Eleanor A. Eldelman GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas J. Edelman on behalf of his family to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students who can pay at least 10% of the cost of tuition but need assistance to meet the full cost of attendance, who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

The Elizabeth G. Eldelman GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas J. Edelman on behalf of his family to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students who can pay at least 10% of the cost of tuition but need assistance to meet the full cost of attendance, who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

The Margaret Dammann Eisner and Elna Lindgren Breckenridge GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1997 by then Georgetown University President Leo O'Donovan, S.J., to honor the mothers of Michael and Jane Eisner: Margaret Dammann Eisner and Elna Lindgren Breckenridge, respectively. The scholarship provides support to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown University scholarship assistance.

The Robert Enright Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Robert Enright by his family and his friends in the Georgetown Class of 1968. It is awarded to undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to eligible students who are graduates of Regis High School in New York City.

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The James D. Farley Family GU Scholarship
The James D. Farley Family scholarship fund was established in honor of the donor's husband, James D. Farley, a graduate of the School of Foreign Service, Class of 1950. It provides assistance to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service and the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bryan and Eleanor Farrell GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1990 in memory of Bryan (L'31) and Eleanor Farrell for the benefit of undergraduates with demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Camille Simione Fegyveresi GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1994 by Thomas B. Fegyveresi (F'66) to honor his beloved and beautiful wife, Camille, a joy and comfort as Hoya sweetheart, spouse, and mom. It is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Joseph and Margaret Fegyveresi GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1990 by Thomas B. Fegyveresi (F'66) in honor of his parents, Joseph and Margaret Fegyveresi, and is awarded to full-time, main campus, undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The George S. Ferzli Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by George S. Ferzli, M.D., F.A.C.S, and Berthe S. Ferzli to assist an undergraduate in the College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Michael E. Finnegan GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by friends and family in memory of Michael E. Finnegan (B'79). It is awarded to a deserving member of the McDonough School of Business who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. with preference in selection given to an eligible student from the Chicago area (Cook, DuPage, DeKalb, and Lake Counties, Illinois) .

The Charles T. Fisher, IV GU Scholarships
These scholarships were established by Ms. Mary Fisher in memory of her nephew, Charles T. Fisher, IV, (B '76). They are awarded to undergraduate students in Georgetown College and the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. with preference in selection given to eligible students from the greater Detroit metropolitan area, or the state of Michigan.

The Matthew O. Fitzmaurice GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. It was donated by Matthew O. Fitzmaurice (C'82, L'86).

The Robert J. (B'78) and Elizabeth Flanagan GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Robert J. Flanagan (B'78, P'10) and Clark Enterprises, Inc. to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the McDonough School of Business who are graduates of public high schools in New Jersey.

The Flavin Family GU Scholarship
This endowed scholarship fund was donated by Mr. John Flavin, a Dallas, Texas businessman, with the primary goal of assisting eligible undergraduate students from the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area who demonstrate significant financial need. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid, with preference in selection to eligible students of African-American or Hispanic descent who are residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area, or to eligible students from that area who have been proactive in their community on matters and issues affecting African-Americans or Hispanics. The scholarship fund supports an extremely generous financial aid package for the selected recipient, including grant aid to replace the typical student employment and loan components of a standard need-based Georgetown University financial aid award.

The Ford/EEOC GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Ford Motor Company and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in compliance with a negotiated conciliation agreement between Ford and the EEOC. Scholarships are designated for eligible minorities and women pursuing undergraduate degrees who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible Ford employees, their spouses, and their children.

The William J. Forsythe GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance for a student who resides in the city of Washington, D.C. and is awarded to sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Leo N. and Elizabeth C. Fox GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William C. Fox to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Theodore Francavilla GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Mr. Theodore S. Francavilla, a GU alumnus, to provide assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Phyllis Frias GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Phyllis Frias to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The The Helene Fuld Health Trust NHS Scholarship
This scholarship supports undergraduates enrolled in the baccalaureate degree nursing programs who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was created with a grant from the Helene Fuld Health Trust, HSBC Bank USA, N.A.,Trustee.

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The Galesi Family Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Vincent C. Galesi, Geneveive Galesi Boitz, and John M. Galesi to assist students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid to meet the financial demands of obtaining a Georgetown education.

The Kerry Anne Galvin GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Kerry Anne Galvin to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the School of Foreign Service.

The Garbaccio Children GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded each year to the minority student with the highest academic credentials who demonstrates the greatest need for scholarship assistance to attend Georgetown University. This scholarship was donated by Dr. Charles G. Garbaccio.

The Tatiana S. Gau Overseas GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Tatiana Simone Foundation to provide assistance to undergraduate students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid and who are planning to take advantage of Georgetown's Study Abroad Programs. The fund was donated through the efforts of Tatiana S. Gau (C'89).

The Dr. Josef Egmond Gellermann GU Scholarship
This fund was established under the will of the late Mrs. Marian DeBelle Gellermann to provide scholarships to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The General Motors (GM)/Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the General Motors (GM) Corporation and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) in compliance with a negotiated conciliation agreement between GM and the EEOC. Scholarships are designated for minorities and women pursuing undergraduate degrees who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to be given to eligible GM employees, their spouses, and their children.

The Georgetown College GU Scholarship
This fund, which is supported by gifts from University benefactors, provides assistance to students in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bernard and Sarah Gewirz GU Scholarship
This fund was established to provide support to Georgetown undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are studying abroad in the Hebrew University in Jerusalem program or the American University at Cairo program.

The James T. Gibbons GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by James T. Gibbons (B'82) to assist undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James P. and Ruth C. Gillroy GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance to students at Georgetown who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students from the New York City area.

The Amy and Philip Goldman GU Scholarship
This scholarship supports women in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Thomas F. (C'49) & Margaret K. Graham GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by Mr. Stephen X. Graham (B'74) in honor of his parents, to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John and Rosemarie Greenip GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Jeffrey Dawson Greenip to help undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Julius Grieco, M.D. GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by Dr. and Mrs. Julius Grieco (C'55) to assist students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. with preference in selection to eligible Catholics majoring or minoring in Italian. Dr. Grieco's objective is to inspire students' interest in Italian culture and heritage.

The Charles E.W. Grinnell GU Scholarship
This fund was created under the will of the late Margaret Carey in honor of Charles Grinnell to provide financial support to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are in the School of Foreign Service and are interested in the study of diplomacy.

The Helen J. Grisebaum GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by James M. Grisebaum (C'56) in recognition of Helen J. Grisebaum's unflagging support of Georgetown and Jesuit education. The scholarship is awarded to a student in Georgetown College who has demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who has shown the achievement needed to be accepted to Georgetown, but who without such a scholarship grant would not be able to afford a Georgetown education.

The Maurice W. Grisebaum GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by James M. Grisebaum (C'56) to support financially needy students who have displayed the exceptional potential needed to attend Georgetown but who without a scholarship could not afford to enroll. The scholarship is awarded to a student in the College who has demonstrated financial need for GU scholarship aid.

The Georgetown 1980's Campaign GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established through the generous gifts of hundreds of University benefactors during the Georgetown fundraising campaign in support of student financial aid during the 1980s. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John F. Guidera, S.J. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Michelle DeSantis Shepherd (C'88) and David M. Shepherd (F'88) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Gulentz GU Scholarship
Charles Gulentz (College 1890) founded this scholarship to cover expenses associated with room, board, and tuition at Georgetown University for Roman Catholics with demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection is given to eligible Roman Catholics who are nominated by the Bishop of Pittsburg, or eligible Roman Catholics from Pennsylvania.

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The William A. and Anne L. Hagan GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by William A. Hagan, Jr. (C'54) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The William A. Hagan, Jr. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by William A. Hagan, Jr. (C'54) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Clark Paul Halstead and Maria Halstead GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1987 to assist worthy Polish and Polish-American students at the University who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by the late Dr. Clark Paul Halstead, M.D.

The Halstrom Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Frederic N. Halstrom in honor of his parents to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Saad Hariri GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Saadadeen Hariri (MSB '92) to honor the memory of his father the late Rafik B. Hariri, former prime minister of Lebanon. Rafik B. Hariri was born in 1944 to a family of modest means and after a lifetime of political work became the prime minster of Lebanon; serving from 1992 to 1998 and again from 2000 to 2004. When he was assassinated by an explosion in his motorcade on February 14, 2005 the Lebanese people were outraged and Rafik B. Hariri's death sparked the Cedar Revolution that eventually led to the withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon after 30 years of control. During his lifetime the late Rafik B. Hariri also established the charitable Hariri Foundation to support numerous projects related to education. His son Saad, a 1992 graduate of Georgetown, continued the Foundation's support of education with a generous gift to establish this undergraduate scholarship. The fund provides assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Dee Harrison-Garvin NHS Scholarship
This scholarship supports undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Dee Harrison-Garvin (N'75), and Mark S. Garvin (F'74).

The John J. Harvey GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance in meeting the educational expenses of a student in Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The E. Kirby Hayes GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established under the will of the late Mr. E. Kirby Hayes to provide support to worthy students of Georgetown University who are from Massachusetts, enroll in the College, and demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Patrick Healy GU Scholarship
This scholarship was named for the Rev. Patrick Healy, S.J., who is often called Georgetown's second founder. In 1873, Father Healy became the President of Georgetown and worked to turn what was then a small college into a true university. Father Healy was the first African-American to serve as president of a major American university. The scholarship was established to promote diversity at Georgetown by providing assistance to undergraduates who have demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to eligible minority students. It is supported by donations from members of the GU African-American Alumni Advisory Board and others.

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection of recipient is given to eligible candidates who intend to permanently reside in the United States after completion of their studies. The fund was donated by the Hearst Foundation.

The John M. Heily GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to benefit students who could not otherwise participate in the Georgetown experience without financial aid. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. The fund was donated by Mr. John M. Heily.

The Reverend R. J. Henle GU Scholarship
Father Henle was president of Georgetown from 1969 to 1976. During these critical years he led Georgetown in an administrative reorganization which placed it on a sound educational and financial base. His career included distinguished contributions as a classicist, philosopher, and administrator. This scholarship was established as an expression of gratitude by his many students, friends, colleagues, and admirers and is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Martha Grogan Hentz GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of the mother of the Rev. Otto Hentz, S.J., of Georgetown. The fund assists undergraduates at Georgetown who demonstrate financial need for scholarship aid.

The Mark B. and Patrick M. Higgins GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Mark B. and Jean G. Higgins Foundation in honor of the late Mark B. Higgins and his son, Patrick M., to assist "average" full-time students seeking a bachelor of arts degree at Georgetown University who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Richard Daniel Hillenbrand GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. The scholarship was donated by Mr. W. August (Gus) Hillenbrand in memory of Richard Daniel Hillenbrand.

The Lenore Hinckley Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established as a memorial by the friends of Lenore Hinckley following her death in 1981. It is awarded to undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Hoefling Family GU & NHS Scholarships
These scholarships were established by Mr. William Henry Hoefling, parent of Tricia Ann (SFS'95), Julie Ann, (NHS '98), and Kerry Ann (SFS '02) and member of the School of Business Board of Visitors, to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service and the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Claudia Hoffmann Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Alfonse Hoffmann in memory of Claudia Hoffmann to provide scholarship assistance to an undergraduate in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to a female undergraduate from New Jersey.

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The John T. Jackson (MSB'03) Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Dr. Robert Jackson & Ms. Linda Jackson in memory of their son John T. Jackson (MSB'03) a Georgetown graduate who was killed at age 22 in a terrible accident. It supports deserving undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid. In addition to the scholarship, Georgetown's yearly sailing regatta is named to honor the former teammate who sailed his freshman and sophomore years at Georgetown.p>

The Jesuit Community GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in the spirit of the Society of Jesus, one of whose concerns has been that a Jesuit education be available to young people of every economic background, but especially the poor. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates from the Washington, D.C. area who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Margaret E. Jones GU Scholarship
The late Margaret E. Jones of Washington, D.C. established this scholarship in 1978. Her will specified that the scholarship was to be awarded to selected high school graduates to assist them to enroll and to study at Georgetown University. Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Margaret Jordan NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Southern California Edison Company in honor of Margaret Jordan for her outstanding contribution, as Vice President for Health Care and Employee Services, to improving the company's health care program. The fund is designed to encourage African-American women from the District of Columbia to pursue nursing careers. Jordan, the first African-American graduate of the GU School of Nursing and Health Studies, was a member of the GU Class of 1964 and was awarded the Distinguished Alumna Award in 1995. An eighth-generation Washingtonian, Jordan went on from Georgetown to earn a master's degree in public health administration and planning from the University of California at Berkley. During her long and distinguished career she held positions with Southern California Edison, Kaiser Foundation Health Plans in California, Georgia, and Texas, and in national and regional positions with the United States Public Health Service. She was a founding member of the National Black Nursing Association and served on the GUNHS Board of Visitors and the GU Board of Regents. This scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, and in recognition of Ms. Jordan with a preference in selection for an eligible African-American woman from the District of Columbia.

The Tim (B'87) and Meg (B'87) Joyce GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Tim Joyce (B'87) and Meg Joyce (B'87) to provide financial assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need.

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The Mary T. and Gladys W. Kaime GU Scholarship
The late Gladys W. Kaime established this scholarship to help students in Georgetown College cover expenses associated with tuition and books. Preference in selection is given to juniors and seniors in the College who are American citizens, of the Roman Catholic faith, and who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Kaiser Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William S. Kaiser (P'12) to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the College.

The Peter F. Karches (B'74) Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Susan A. Karches (C'74) in memory of her late husband, to assist undergraduates who would be the first in their family to attend college or who face significant financial challenges. The scholarships provide support that is intended to help recipients graduate with little or no student debt. The scholarship is awarded to eligible students who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid.

The Kaveny/Harvey GU Scholarship
The Thomas & Mary Kaveny and Leo & Eleanor Harvey GU Scholarship was donated by Mr. Charles G. Duffy, III to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection is given to eligible students with financial need who are from the cities of Hornell, Lima, or Buffalo New York; if none, then to eligible students with financial need who are from cities in New York state that are west of Ithaca.

The Keane GU Scholarship
Joseph H. Keane (College 1893), established this scholarship to assist students with tuition expenses. This scholarship is awarded to juniors and seniors in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Thomas F. Keyes GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas F. Keyes to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the School of Foreign Service.

The Klauer Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an entering first-year student to Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who is from one of the following five secondary schools and in the following preferential order 1) Northwestern Regional High School #7 in Barkhamstead, CT, 2) The Gilbert School in Winsted, CT, 3) The Trinity School in New York City, NY, 4) Torrington High School in Torrington, CT, or 5) Housatonic Regional High School in Falls Village, CT. Achievement and maintenance of at least a 3.2 grade point average in each academic year will automatically qualify the recipient for renewal of the scholarship through his/her senior year if (s)he continues to demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. If there are no eligible students from the preferred secondary schools then the scholarship is given to an eligible student in the College who is from Connecticut. The scholarship fund was initially established with a gift from Mr. & Mrs. Gerold F.L. Klauer; additional gifts have been made to the fund by other members of the Klauer family.

The Norman G. & Margaret F. Kleisley Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible undergraduates who graduated from an accredited secondary school located within the Roman Catholic diocese of Rochester.

The Monsignor Charles B. and Jean Leahy King Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Monsignor Charles B. King to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Marian McKenzie Korczowski Memorial NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the friends of Professor Marian Korczowski, a former member of the Georgetown Nursing School faculty. Professor Korczowski taught nutrition and dietetics at Georgetown for 32 years before her retirement in 1986. She received several awards from the University alumni association and the Nursing School and was awarded the University President's Medal in 1978. It is awarded to students in the School of Nursing and Health Studies with demonstrated financial need for NHS scholarship aid.

The Kort Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by members of the Hilton I. Kort family to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid.

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The Lacaillade Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Constance and Peter Lacaillade to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for scholarship aid.

The P. Philip and Elvira Lacovara GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Lacovara Family in 1992 in memory of the parents of Philip (C'63) and grandparents of Daniel (C'92). The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to eligible undergraduate students in the College who attended either Gonzaga College High School or Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School.

The Joseph and Stephanie LaNasa, III GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Joseph Aloysius LaNasa, III (F'91) to assist an undergraduate in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Dr. Edward Larkin Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established by the sister of Dr. Edward Larkin in his memory to provide assistance to undergraduates with financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Lawley NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mrs. Lucille Lawley & Mr. Jack Lawley to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for NHS scholarship aid. The scholarship is awarded to eligible students in NHS who were LPNs before entering the program but wanted to improve their professional skills and education by obtaining RN credentials and university degrees. If there are none, then the scholarship is awarded to nursing majors in NHS.

The Brent Leahey Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Mrs. Mary Jo Leahey in memory of her late grandson Brent Leahey (C'88, L'92) to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Leavey Foundation GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Thomas & Dorothy Leavey Foundation to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need who are from Jesuit high schools, including those in the Cristo Rey network.

The Leavey Undergraduate GU Scholarship
Mr. Thomas Leavey, (L'23, H'50) of Los Angeles, California established this scholarship for the benefit of undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John Hoburg Lee Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Mrs. Frances Lee, her family, and the Class of 1968, in memory of her son and their classmate, John Hoburg Lee (F'68). This scholarship benefits undergraduate students in the Walsh School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Leonhardt Foundation GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Leonhardt Foundation, Inc. in 1986 and is awarded to a student from New York who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Robert Liedquist GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Hal Linker Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to perpetuate the memory, promote the interest in higher education, and manifest the altruistic ideals of Harold N. Linker, an alumnus of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, Class of 1939. It was created through the generous memorial gifts of his family and friends. The scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, to encourage the recipient to pursue a career of service to humanity.

The Marion S. Lohrfink GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Blood Family Foundation in honor of Alison Lohrfink's (B'81) mother Marion to provide assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid.

The Charles E. and Margaret C. Long GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in the name of Charles E. and Margaret C. Long as a perpetual recognition of their close relationship with and service on the Board of Directors of Georgetown University. It provides financial assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Thomas Loughlin GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mary and Daniel Loughran GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Mary and Daniel Loughran Foundation to benefit undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Luso-Brazilian GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Luso-Brazilian Club of the Portuguese department to assist Portuguese majors in the sophomore, junior, and/or senior classes who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Kristoffer and Kumiko Mack Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Kristoffer (C'87) and Kumiko Mack to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bertha May MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Charles Leo MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The John Joseph MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mary Patricia MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Patrick Aneas MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Sarah & Rita MacKinnon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Marine Corps GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated in 2004 by the King family to honor the men and women of the United States Marine Corps and to provide scholarships to eligible undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Marriott GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the generous gift of the J. Willard Marriott Corporation to provide financial assistance to deserving undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Mattison Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide support to undergraduate students in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship was donated by Mr. & Mrs. William C. Mattison, Jr.

The Michael Egan McAdams (L'69) GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of Michael Egan McAdams (L'69), beloved brother of Hope McAdams Frank, brother-in-law of Stephan A. Frank, uncle of Simon W. Frank, and beloved family friend of Renee R. Frank, to assist students at the Georgetown McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The J. Nevins McBride, Sr. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist Georgetown students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid to attend one of the main campus undergraduate schools.

The Joseph Allan McConville (C'67) Memorial GU Scholarship
The Joseph Allan McConville (C'67) Memorial scholarship was established in 1991 to honor the late son of Eleanor and Joseph McConville. It is awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Mr. Donald F. McConville.

The McConville GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipients are selected on the basis of financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference given to the selection of eligible students who are African-American. The scholarship was donated by Mr. Donald F. McConville.

The Edward John McCormack GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Mr. Malcolm McCormack to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Ian F. McCusker Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1986 by the McCusker family in memory of their son, Ian. The scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who is a resident of the town of Pelham, County of Westchester, New York; if none, then to an eligible student from Tuckahoe, or from any town south of White Plains, New York.

The Brian McDermott, S.J. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates at Georgetown University who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bernard McDonough GU Scholarship
Mr. Bernard McDonough of Parkersburg, West Virginia established this scholarship in February of 1975. This gift was but one of several generous donations through which Mr. McDonough expressed his love for Georgetown and his faith in her future. It provides assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Francis J. McDonough GU Scholarship in American Studies
This scholarship was established in 2005 to provide assistance to undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection of a recipient to be given to eligible students who are majoring in American Studies. The fund was donated by Francis J. McDonough (C'72).

The McDonough School of Business GU Scholarship
This fund, which is supported by gifts from University benefactors, provides assistance to students in the Georgetown McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Jack Kirkham McFall GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to aid undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Jack and Martha McFall GU Scholarship
This fund was established to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Under the terms of the donors' will, the following statement is to be conveyed to every student who receives the McFall scholarship: "Your scholarship award was made possible through the generosity of Jack McFall, School of Foreign Service Class of 1929, and his wife Martha McFall. The donors' desire is for the fund they established to provide scholarship awards perpetually, and for the awards to benefit an increasing number of students at the School of Foreign Service in future generations. Similarly, Georgetown's long-term goal is to make an education at this university just as feasible for those with modest financial resources as it is for those with substantial resources. Therefore, you are asked, as a recipient of someone else's exemplary generosity, to be generous yourself to an exemplary degree. The University recognizes that in future years, the recipients of McFall Scholarships will attain varying levels of personal wealth from their careers, as a result of variations in individual desires, abilities, and circumstances. Whatever your personal situation, Georgetown asks you to personally resolve to give back to the McFall Fund the amount you received from it. The University suggests that you choose a year in the foreseeable future -- not to exceed 25 years after graduation -- as your individual goal for completely giving back to the McFall Fund the amount you received from it. Georgetown asks that your future gifts earmarked for the McFall Fund be apart from -- and in addition to -- your ordinary support of the Alumni Annual fund and capital campaigns which may occur from time to time. The University recognizes that the effort and commitment sought from you are extra-ordinary. Your selection as a McFall Scholarship awardee indicates you have extraordinary capabilities."

The Mark McGetrick Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated in the late 1980's by the McGetrick family in memory of the late Mark McGetrick. The fund aids undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who are from Connecticut who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McMenamin GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1995 under the terms of the wills of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McMenamin to provide assistance to students with demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are from Pennsylvania.

The Daniel M. McNamara GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Daniel M. McNamara (B'84) to provide financial assistance to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The McShain GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate in Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Jay Donald Melvin Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by a bequest in the will of the late Henry E. Melvin (C'38) to assist an undergraduate who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in the selection of a recipient to be given to an eligible first year student.

The Karl Meister Family Trust GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Mr. Karl Meister.

The Edward L. Mercaldo GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by GU alumnus Edward L. Mercaldo to assist international students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The William D. Miller GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated as a bequest in the will of the late William D. Miller (C'28) of North Andover, Massachusetts to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Bishop Jeremiah Minihan Undergraduate GU Scholarship
Joseph P. Lynch donated this scholarship in honor of the late Bishop Jeremiah Minihan. Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Michael P. Mortara GU Scholarship
The late Michael P. Mortara established this scholarship in 1984. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial aid to qualified and eligible students from Litchfield County, Connecticut who are enrolled in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Muratore Family College of Arts & Sciences GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to benefit undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. The fund was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Peter Muratore.

The Muratore Family NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to benefit undergraduate students in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. The fund was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Peter Muratore.

The Arthur J. Murphy, Jr. GU Scholarship
Arthur J. Murphy, Jr. (C'69) established this scholarship with preference in selection to be given to an undergraduate student in the College whose surname is Murphy who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Should no eligible student enrolled in the College have the surname of Murphy and demonstrate financial need, the scholarship is awarded to any student enrolled in the College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Grace H. and Jerome S. Murray GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1990 by the Murray's children, Angela M. Althoff and Eileen M. Dillon. The scholarship benefits an undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Susanna Myers Overseas Study GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Susanna Myers to provide assistance to undergraduates in Languages & Linguistics at Georgetown College who participate in a Georgetown-sponsored study abroad program. It is awarded to FLL students in GU-sponsored study abroad programs who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Nathanson Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Teresa and Greg Nathanson as a demonstration of their interest in helping families who, in the Jesuit tradition, are helping to educate others for lives of service. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates with demonstrated financial need for GU scholarship aid who are enrolled at Georgetown College and have a parent employed at Georgetown University. If there are none, then to a student in the College with financial need for GU scholarship aid.

The Robert A. Nau, Jr. Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in loving memory of the late Robert A. Nau, Jr. who graduated from the School of Foreign Service in 1989. The scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by his parents Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Nau.

The New York City GU Scholarship
This scholarship was created by the generous gift of an anonymous donor. Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who have high academic promise and are from one of the five boroughs of New York City .

The Lt. Harry A. Noonan Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was founded in 1954 by Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Noonan to help deserving students attend Georgetown. It is awarded to juniors and seniors in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was established in memory of Lt. Harry A. Noonan.

The Nursing Alumni NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Georgetown School of Nursing Alumni to provide assistance to a student in the School of Nursing and Health Studies with financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Dona C. O'Bannon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1981 by Dona C. O'Bannon (C'65) to assist undergraduate students in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The O'Brien Family NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Elizabeth McGeady O'Brien and Christopher O'Brien to assist undergraduates in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Obert-Buchele GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Paul R. Obert (C'50) in celebration of his 50th Class Reunion to provide assistance to undergraduate students in Georgetown College or McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are experiencing a significant physical disability.

The O'Donnell GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated in 1898 to provide assistance to students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Rev. Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J. GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1994 in honor of Rev. Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., former President of Georgetown University, to assist Main Campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Margaret J. and Leo J., Jr. O'Donovan GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to honor former Georgetown University President Leo O'Donovan, S.J. The scholarship was named for Father O'Donovan's parents, to honor him and his service to the University as he departed the Georgetown University presidency in June 2001. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James L. O'Hara (C'88, L'92) and Cynthia L. Weldon (F'88) GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by James O'Hara and Cynthia Weldon to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate in either the School of Foreign Service or Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to be given to an eligible undergraduate who is from Northern California.

The William C. O'Neil GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1991 through a bequest in the will of the late Mr. William C. O'Neil (C'40). It is awarded to students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Margarella O'Neill ('46) NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to benefit undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are enrolled in the School of Nursing and Health Studies. The fund was donated by Linda D'Angelo O'Neill and Timothy J. O'Neill.

The Norris O'Neill Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Ms. Loretta O'Neill in memory of her son. It is awarded to undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Orange County GU Alumni Club/Elsa Carlson McDonough Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students who are from Orange County, California.

The Orr GU Scholarship
Helen Marie and Thomas E. Orr established this scholarship to provide assistance to worthy students at any of the several schools within the University who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Our Lady of Coromoto GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a worthy Roman Catholic student in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Louis Padovano S.J., C'52, M'56 GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Christopher J. Alaimo (B'94) and named in honor of Father Padovano, an extraordinary Jesuit and physician who embodied the principles fostered at Georgetown University, to aid undergraduate pre-medical students in the College who demonstrate financial need.

The Ruth Porat and Anthony Paduano Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was donated by Anthony Paduano (C'79) and Ruth Porat to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Paduano Family GU Scholarship.
This scholarship was donated by Daniel P. Paduano (C'66), Eileen O. Paduano, and James Paduano (C'64) to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the College, and who are residents of one of the following states: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

The Ann & Vincent Palmese Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established and named in memory of the donor's beloved parents. It provides assistance for undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Theodore & Veronica Patrick Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Thomas D. Patrick in honor of his parents. It provides assistance for undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Minna and Erwin M. Pearl NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Frank Pearl in honor of his parents to provide assistance to second degree nursing program undergraduates in the School of Nursing & Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for NHS scholarship aid.

The PEPCO GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1990 by the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO). The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to eligible lower income students from Washington, D.C. and the surrounding Maryland communities serviced by PEPCO who have demonstrated a commitment to community service and academic excellence.

The James M. Pierce GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded with a preference in selection to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are from Aroostock County, Maine. If there are none then the scholarship is awarded to an eligible student from Maine.

The Thomas J. Piscetta Memorial NHS Scholarship
This fund was established by Joseph (B'71, L'74) and Joanne (N'72) Guarriello in memory of Joanne's brother, Thomas (C'73), who died at age 40 after battling cancer. It aids undergraduates in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Pizzitola GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Frank J. and Elizabeth B. Pizzitola to provide assistance to eligible students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship is awarded with a preference in selection to be given to eligible students in the College who are graduates of Loyola School in New York City, NY.

The Jerome Powell, C'46, L'48, GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Jerome (L'79) and Elissa Powell in memory of Jerome Powell (C'46, L'48) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James D'Alton - Mary Murray Power GU Scholarship
The late Neal Power (College 1895) established this scholarship to help a capable and deserving student from the state of California. It is awarded to eligible juniors and seniors in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Purcell Family Foundation College GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas William Purcell, Jr. (F'93) and Marina Shields Purcell (C'93) to assist undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Purcell Family Foundation School of Foreign Service GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Thomas William Purcell, Jr. (F'93) and Marina Shields Purcell (C'93) to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Quaker Oats Company GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Quaker Oats Company in Chicago, Illinois. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid with preference in selection given to eligible minority students from Illinois.

The Professor Carroll Quigley GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Robert M. Wagner (C'45, F'48) to honor Georgetown School of Foreign Service educator Professor Carroll Quigley. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

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The Reader's Digest Foundation GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Reader's Digest Foundation to help deserving students in the College attend Georgetown. It is awarded to juniors and seniors in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Rhodes Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Maureen Cawley Rhodes (C'88) to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown Scholarship aid.

The Stephen F. and Joan Burggraf Riley NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Stephen F. and Joan Burggraf Riley.

The Marjorie Kavanagh Rooney GU Scholarship
John Rooney (C'48, L'51) past President of the Georgetown Alumni Association, established this scholarship in honor of his wife. The scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are enrolled in the College and have a proven record of academic excellence and service to the community.

The Kara Gaffney Ross GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Kara Gaffney Ross (C'88) to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown Scholarship aid.

The Charles O. and Barbara M. Rossotti GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1996 by Charles O. and Barbara M. Rossotti to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Mr. Rossotti graduated magna cum laude in 1962 from Georgetown with a degree in Economics. He served the University in many capacities, including numerous terms as a member of the Board of Directors. Mr. and Mrs. Rossotti are committed to ensuring that higher education is available to all talented and deserving students, regardless of socio-economic background. The scholarship fund serves as a testament to their commitment. In their own words, "We have established this fund as a way of sharing our blessings and good fortune with future generations of students who will benefit, as we did, from the best education our country has to offer."

The Irving H. Roth GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Irving H. Roth (SFS'49), in memory of his parents Celia & Samuel, sisters Kate & Mildred, and Kate's mother Ida. The scholarship supports undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James S. Ruby GU Scholarship
The James S. Ruby Scholarship is awarded to a son or daughter of an alumnus who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Jason E. Sabbag Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Sabbag, family members, and friends in memory of Jason Sabbag (C'97) who died in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the US. The fund assists students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Sager Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Geoffrey W. Sager, (B'77) to assist undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Colonel and Mrs. Irving Salomon GU Scholarship
The Colonel and Mrs. Irving Salomon Scholarship was established to assist SFS students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid in their pursuit of careers in international affairs.

The Charles F. Sarkis Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Charles Sarkis (B'62) to assist main campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Gregory R. Sawers GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Gregory R. Sawers (F'82) to assist main campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Scharffenberger GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Geomar Foundation, George T. Scharffenberger, Jr. (F'72) Trustee, to assist undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Charles T. Schiavoni Memorial GU Scholarship
The Charles T. Schiavoni Memorial Scholarship was established by Charles' family and friends in his memory and in furtherance of the qualities he possessed until his tragic loss at the beginning of his junior year at Georgetown. The scholarship is awarded to further the education of a junior or senior attending the College or the McDonough School of Business who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid and who best exemplifies while at Georgetown a balanced pursuit of excellence in both academics and sports while demonstrating the high moral standards of his/her faith in dealing with other human beings.

The Catherine Schilling GU Scholarship
The Catherine Schilling Scholarship was established in 1981 by the family and friends of Ms. Schilling (C'81) in her memory, to assist students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Charles M. Schneider, Jr. Memorial GU Scholarship
These scholarships were established in 1984 by bequests in the will of the late Charles M. Schneider, Jr. (C'48) so that deserving students might attend the undergraduate schools of Georgetown University, who might otherwise not be able to do so. From time to time, friends of Charles M. Schneider, Jr. and income from certain oil and gas interests bequeathed to the University by Mr. Schneider have supplemented the initial bequest. These scholarships are awarded to Georgetown undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The School of Foreign Service GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides financial aid to students in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The School of Foreign Service (SFS) Parents GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established through an anonymous gift to benefit undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The Seilliere Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship supports undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Baron Ernest-Antoine Seilliere and Baroness Antoinette Seilliere, parents of Alexandre Seilliere (B'12), and Jean-Baptiste Seilliere (C'00).

The Senior Class of 1966 GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1966 by the GU Senior Class of 1966. It is awarded to juniors and seniors who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid and is intended to alleviate unexpected financial burdens.

The Senior Classes of 1990-1996 GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established with gifts from students in the undergraduate senior classes of 1990 through 1996 to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Lisa Sergio GU Scholarship
The late Lisa Sergio was a writer, lecturer, and broadcaster who lived in the Washington, D.C. area until her death in 1989. In 1937 she fled Italy, her native country, as she grew disenchanted with the Mussolini regime. This scholarship was established through a bequest in the will of Ms. Lisa Sergio to assist undergraduate students at Georgetown who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James C. Shannon GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. James C. Shannon, Jr. (C'50) in honor of his father. It is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The James Francis Shea (F'51) Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Amelia Ketelhon de Shea in memory of her husband James Francis Shea (F'51) to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for GU scholarship aid. The fund was established to honor his memory, as someone "who understood the principles fostered at Georgetown".

The Elaine Sherwood Memorial NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1995 in memory of Elaine Sherwood by her family and friends from the School of Nursing Class of 1968. It is awarded to deserving students in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Sprankle GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the late James R. Sprankle, Jr. to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Students of Hawaii GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Georgetown alumni to provide financial assistance to students from Hawaii who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund is supported by proceeds from the annual "Hoyas in Hawaii" golf tournament.

The Dennis Styles Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance for undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Arthur D. Styles.

The Sulam GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mark H. Sulam to provide assistance for undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Sullivan-Tart Family GU & NHS Scholarships
These scholarships were established by the late William A. Sullivan, his daughter Ruth Sullivan Tart (N'67), and her husband Brian J. Tart (C'66) to assist undergraduates in the College and in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

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The Drs. Carlo H. & Kathleen "Kit" Tamburro Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Carlo V. Tamburro (F'94) to provide assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Richard L. Tate GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the late Richard L. Tate to provide assistance to students in the School of Foreign Service who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance.

The James D. & Teresa Taylor Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. James D. Taylor (F'51) to assist undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Tennant Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance to undergraduate students attending Georgetown who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to eligible students from the state of Oregon. The scholarship fund was donated by Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Tennant and family in memory of Mr. John J. Tennant, Sr., who sent four of his eight children to Georgetown and was once a member of the GU Board of Regents.

The Jana D. Thompson GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by the Jana D. Thompson Trust and by Mr. Michael D. Browne in memory of Jana D. Thompson (F'81). Georgetown believes that study overseas enhances a student's understanding of international affairs, at the same time that it strengthens language acquisition and deepens cross-cultural understanding. The scholarship helps defray the cost of study abroad for an SFS student who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection given to an eligible American woman.

The Patrick N. Thomson GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Colin Patrick Gordon (C'91) to assist undergraduates in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Dr. Pasquale "Pat" Tigani Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the alumni of the Georgetown Dental School in memory of the first President of the Dental Alumni Leadership Board, Dr. Pasquale "Pat" Tigani, Georgetown Dental Class of 1957. The scholarship is awarded to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance with preference in selection to eligible students who are the children of Georgetown Dental Alumni. If there are none in a given year then the scholarship is awarded to an eligible senior undergraduate who plans to pursue a career in health sciences.

The Boris V. Timchenko GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established under the 1969 will of the late Mr. Boris V. Timchenko to provide financial assistance to Georgetown University undergraduates. Under the terms of the will the recipient may not be "a member of any communistic or subversive organization nor an advocate of any such ideas." Awards are made to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Joseph P. Toce (C'73) GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides assistance to undergraduates at Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Tod Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Jennifer Tod Lee (F'92) and Jin K. Lee to aid undergraduates with financial need who are in the School of Foreign Service.

The Virginia B. Toulmin NHS Scholarship
This scholarship was established to support undergraduates in the School of Nursing and Health Studies who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship was donated by Mrs. Virginia Toulmin.

The K.P. and Phoebe Tsolainos Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled either in the College or the School of Foreign Service who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. Preference in selection is given, though not limited, to eligible students of Greek descent.

The James K. Turner GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate in Georgetown College who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid, with preference in selection to an eligible student from New Jersey.

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The Unrein Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Lawrence Mark Unrein to provide financial assistance to undergraduates who demonstrate financial need.

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The Paul and Nancy Vermylen GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated as a gift in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Paul and Nancy Vermylen by their seven children. Mr. Vermylen and his six sons are all alumni of Georgetown College. In selecting recipients, preference is given to undergraduates in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who are from parochial high schools in Brooklyn, New York; if none, then to an eligible student from a parochial high school in one of the other New York City boroughs.

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The Sidney M. Wagner Memorial GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by Mr. Robert M. Wagner (C'45) in memory of his late brother, Sidney, to provide grant assistance to a Georgetown undergraduate who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Wall Street Alliance GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established through the generous gifts of the members of the Georgetown University Wall Street Alliance. It provides assistance to Georgetown undergraduates with strong academic skills and significant financial need for Georgetown scholarship assistance. Scholarship recipients are invited to attend an annual gala event sponsored by the Alliance which raises funds for more scholarship awards.

The William F. Wallace GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William F. Wallace (C'61) in 1990 and provides assistance to full-time students in the College who are from New York City who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Julia M. Walsh GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the late Julia M. Walsh, founder of the Julia Walsh & Sons stock brokerage firm, to assist undergraduate women in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Walton GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students enrolled in Georgetown College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The scholarship fund was donated by the Walton Foundation.

The Wasserman GU Scholarship
This scholarship fund was donated by the Wasserman Foundation of California, to enable students from middle income families to attend and/or continue their studies at Georgetown. The Foundation was established by the late Mr. Lew R. Wasserman, longtime president and CEO of MCA/Universal Studios, and his wife, Edie, as an expression of their intense dedication to charitable giving. Among their many charitable endeavors, their Foundation established scholarship funds at six prominent colleges and universities, including Georgetown University in 1988. Lew R. Wasserman was a recipient of the 1995 Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. At Georgetown these scholarships are awarded to promising and talented students from middle income families who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Weaver Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to assist undergraduates in the McDonough School of Business who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Lance L. Weaver (B'76).

The Lettie Pate Whitehead NHS Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to female, Christian, nursing students who are residents of one of the following states: Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, or Louisiana, who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Williams Family GU Scholarship
This scholarship was donated by William J. Williams (C'37) and Thomas L. Williams (C'79) to help students with demonstrated financial need attend Georgetown.  Scholarships are awarded to main campus undergraduates who demonstrate financial need with preference in selection given to eligible students who are from the Greater Cincinnati area.

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The Father Gerard Yates GU Scholarship
This scholarship provides grant assistance to students in the College who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid.

The Ye Domesday Booke GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to an undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid who edits or contributes to the production of the Georgetown University yearbook. Preference in selection is given to the editor of the yearbook who has demonstrated financial need.

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The Ann and Hans P. Ziegler Third Century GU Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide assistance to undergraduates in the School of Foreign Service who would otherwise find it very difficult or impossible to attend Georgetown University. Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need for Georgetown scholarship aid. The fund was donated by Ann & Hans P. Ziegler through the University's Third Century Capital fundraising campaign.