Supporting Access to Future Generations of Legacy Students
Posted by The Seattle University Alumni Association on Thursday, January 9, 2020 at 8:53 AM PST
In 1979, the Seattle University Alumni Board of Governors established the McGoldrick Alumni Scholarship Program, named after Fr. James B. McGoldrick S.J. (1895-1983), the late dean and professor of educational psychology. This scholarship is specifically designated for children, grandchildren and siblings of Seattle U alumni or current students. The university and its donors are dedicated to supporting this merit scholarship to continue the legacy and excellence of Seattle University from generation to generation.
The $1000 annually renewable scholarship is awarded to legacy undergraduate students, including transfer and international students, who have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and competitive SAT or ACT scores.
Find out more information about eligibility and renewal requirements for the McGoldrick Scholarship.
Find out how to refer a potential undergraduate or graduate student to Seattle University.