The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to high school seniors entering Trocaire College. The scholarship is based on GPA, community service and a recommendation from either a guidance counselor, teacher or principal. Beginning in Fall of 2017, new student recipients will be awarded $5,000 each by the Admission’s Office for up to four semesters so long as the student maintains a GPA of 2.5 or higher. The award will be prorated if the student drops below full-time. Priority deadline for Fall semesters is April 15.
Apply on-line for the Presidential Scholarship below:
Academic Achievement Award Scholarship
The Academic Achievement Award Scholarships is given to transfer students or first-time college students entering Trocaire College, that have been out of high school for more than one (1) year. The scholarship is awarded based on GPA and financial need. Beginning in Fall of 2018, new winners of the scholarship are given $2,000 each awarded by the Admission’s Office for up to four semesters so long as the student maintains a 2.5 GPA or higher. The award will be prorated if the student drops below full-time. Students must complete the FAFSA prior to review. Priority deadline for Fall semesters is April 15.
Apply on-line for the Academic Achievement Scholarship below:
The academic scholarships provided by the Nicholas Patterson Perpetual Fund were established under the Last Will and Testament of the late Nicholas D. Patterson. Mr. Patterson, who lived to the age of 103, was a self-educated man who during the course of his lifetime developed an admiration as well as an appreciation for those who studied hard and worked to try and achieve their goals through education and citizenship. The Patterson Fund scholarships are not intended to pay a student’s entire tuition but to help lessen their financial burden. Tuition assistance may include help reducing educational costs such as purchase of books, computers, supplies etc.
Since 1924, the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo has been awarding scholarships to students from Western New York. In 2017, the Community Foundation was one of the region’s largest scholarship providers, awarding scholarships totaling $2.91 million to Western New York students.
Beginning January 1, applications are available online. Between January and March, you can submit the form online along with your grades. By April 1, all grades, submissions and financial information must be uploaded to our site. In late June, award recipients be notified.
To take advantage of our scholarships, you must be a resident of one of the eight counties of Western New York, have at least a C (2.0) average GPA and be accepted to a nonprofit accredited school for full-time, undergraduate study.
Outside Scholarship Search Engines
Please click here for a listing of the website search engines we recommend.
NOTE: We advise students who want to do a heavy scholarship search to create a new email address used solely for scholarship searching since sometime these websites can send you multiple emails.