In 1979, the Seattle University Alumni Board of Governors established the McGoldrick Alumni Scholarship Program specifically designated for children and grandchildren of SU Alumni.
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. In the past, a committee out of the Seattle University Alumni Board of Governors chose a select number of students to receive the McGoldrick Scholarship. Since Fall of 2005, the scholarship is now offered to all eligible first-year students who apply by the Regular Decision deadline of January 15th.
The McGoldrick Alumni Scholarship is named after the late Fr. James B. McGoldrick S.J. (1895-1983), who served as a dean and professor of educational psychology at Seattle University. Through the years, Fr. McGoldrick was a teacher, counselor and friend to thousands of Seattle University students.
In the spirit of Fr. McGoldrick’s dedication to students, the McGoldrick Endowment Fund helps support children and grandchildren of Seattle University alumni.
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 scholarship is offered to all eligible first-year students.
Scholarships will be renewed each year provided the student completes 45 credits per year, maintains a 3.0-grade average, and follows the standards outlined in the University’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy.
The McGoldrick Scholarship of $1000 will be awarded to qualified students based on the criteria above.
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For more information on the McGoldrick Scholarship, please contact the Seattle University Alumni Association at (206) 220-8443 or via email at email@example.com.
If you have questions regarding your admission or financial aid eligibility, please call contact the Admissions Office at 206-220-8040 or firstname.lastname@example.org.