The Christine Allen
Memorial Scholarship

The Christine Allen Memorial Scholarship was established to remember and celebrate Christine’s extraordinary life and to continue her legacy by helping others achieve the educational experiences she so desired. Christine was a beloved presence in the Wyoming Catholic College family, and in order to show the special place she held in our hearts, Wyoming Catholic College has founded a scholarship fund in her name. This scholarship has already benefited some of her former classmates and friends, and continues to be available for current students at the College. We are honored to commemorate and celebrate Christine’s legacy through The Christine Allen Memorial Scholarship.

Before the tragic accident, Christine finished her freshman year at Wyoming Catholic College. During her time in Wyoming, Christine left a lasting impression on all its students, faculty, and staff, spreading Christ’s love wherever she went. She was actively engaged in all aspects of the College’s life, whether as a strong student, daily communicant, or budding outdoor leader. Christine also had a deep love for the horsemanship program, and dreamed of the College one day running its own cattle herd on the Broken Anvil Ranch. As part of this dream, she designed a brand for the College’s horses and cattle. A year after her passing away, the Wyoming Catholic College administration officially registered the brand with the state livestock board, and began using it as an alternate logo.

“Here I am, asking, seeking, knocking...I love You so much, and yearn to love You more for Your own sake.”