Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of Mercy Hospital South Co-workers

The Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of St. Anthony’s Employees is open to dependent children of St. Anthony’s Medical Center’s (SAMC) full time and regular part time staff (who have been employed at least one year) who demonstrate financial need as full time undergraduate students at a regionally accredited four year Missouri college or university, any of Southern Illinois University’s campuses, or the University of Illinois-Urbana. Employees of SAMC are not eligible to apply for this scholarship. Recipients may reapply for scholarship consideration for a maximum of four years of scholarship awards provided they make satisfactory progress toward a degree, demonstrate financial need, their parents maintain employment at SAMC, and the application is received on time.

Up to $150,000 in scholarship awards is available for new recipients of the Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of St. Anthony’s Employees through the generosity of the Boniface Foundation.

Eligibility

  1. dependent child of a St. Anthony’s Medical Center full time and regular part time staff (who have been employed at least one year)
  2. cumulative 3.0 grade point average (on a four point scale)
  3. plan to enroll at an accredited four year Missouri college or university, the University of Illinois or Southern Illinois University
  4. High School seniors and current college students are encouraged to apply if they meet the three criteria above
  5. Employees of the Medical Center are *not *eligible to apply

Selection
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of

  • past academic performance and potential for continued success,
  • demonstration of unmet financial need at the undergraduate level, and
  • the strength of the essay and recommendations.

Selection of the recipients and the scholarship amount, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, will be determined by the St. Louis Community Foundation from information provided by the applicant, the school, the applicant’s family and the post secondary institution. Scholarships will be used to meet unmet need or to reduce or replace loans or campus work.

The only financial information that will be released to the sponsoring organization will be the award amount.

Please note that because the award amounts are based on financial need that can change from year to year, and available funding, the amount of this scholarship award may change if a recipient applies for renewal awards in years to come.

Each applicant will be notified on line in Scholarship Central of his or her status in the competition by early June. Recipients will receive a letter about their award.

The Boniface Foundation Scholarship Program is administered by the St. Louis Community Foundation. Eligibility, financial need, award recipients and award amount will be determined by the St. Louis Community Foundation.

Questions? Contact scholarships@stlgives.org or Tameka Herrion, Scholarship Manager, at St. Louis Community Foundation at 314.880.4960.

The Norbert Siegfried Scholarship for Sons & Daughters of St. Anthony’s Employees program, as a component fund of the St. Louis Community Foundation, does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, national origin, gender, age, color, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical or mental disability.

Donor
Boniface Foundation
Award
$1,000 to $10,000
Deadline
04/15/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. Provide your student identification number at the college you will attend.
  2. Recipients of this scholarship must attend a regionally accredited four year Missouri college or university, any of Southern Illinois University’s campuses, or the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign. Is your college within this list?
  3. Provide information for parent or guardian who works for Mercy Hospital South: Parent 1 Full Name
  4. Provide the Social Security Number for Parent 1 who is the co-worker at Mercy Hospital South
  5. Parent's date of employment at Mercy Hospital South or St. Anthony's Medical Center
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