Scholarships

Benedict XVI Fellowship

Wyoming Catholic College offers the Benedict XVI Fellowship to incoming freshmen who have distinguished themselves through the overall excellence of their admissions applications. This fellowship, which defrays up to $5,000 of the cost of tuition, room & board, and fees is awarded by the members of the Admissions Committee in recognition of conspicuous strengths such as musical talent, Latin ability, or community involvement. This grant for freshman year is not based on financial need.

Merit Scholarship

Wyoming Catholic College awards a number of scholarships to students based on academic merit. To qualify, the applicant must have (1) scores of at least 1200 on the SAT, 25 on the ACT, or 79 on the CLT; and (2) a high school GPA of 3.25 or better.

St. Gregory the Theologian Scholarship

Since its founding, Wyoming Catholic College has been committed to immersing its students in the spiritual heritage of the Catholic Church. Both Eastern and Roman Catholic chaplains serve the needs of the College community. Aware of the riches of the Eastern Catholic tradition, the College actively seeks students from every rite of the Church. To this end, we offer a  scholarship for first time students who are practicing members of an Eastern Catholic Church, with a GPA of 3.25 or higher.

Founders’ Scholarship

The Founders’ Scholarship is a full tuition scholarship awarded to a student who shows academic excellence, great work ethic and strong communication skills. The College holds three competitions on campus each academic year. The scholarship is renewable from year to year, provided the recipient maintains a minimum  GPA of 3.0 and is in good disciplinary standing with the College.

The Native American Mentor-Student Partnership at Wyoming Catholic College

As the result of a generous grant from the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, Wyoming Catholic College is pleased to offer a special scholarship program to qualified Native American students. The program enables the College to offer need-based financial grants that may (in some cases) cover all costs of attendance, including tuition, room and board, and books. But it is more than just a scholarship program. Incoming Native American students are matched with “student-mentors” from among the current student body from their first days at Wyoming Catholic. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for additional details and application guidelines.

Christine Allen Memorial Scholarship

The Christine Allen Memorial Scholarship was established to remember and celebrate Christine’s extraordinary life as a student at the College. Her legacy continues by helping fellow Wyoming Catholic College students achieve the educational experience she so desired. This $2,000 scholarship is available to all returning Wyoming Catholic College students.