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Named Scholarships

ABOUT NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS

For over 120 years, generations of alumni, parents and friends have supported our school’s tradition of excellence by giving the gift of scholarship. We are inspired daily by the wonderful generosity of so many members of our community, all of whom place great trust in Molloy to nurture and empower the leaders of tomorrow. It all begins with you. Your support keeps the Molloy experience affordable and accessible for many students and families. Since 2003, your generosity has allowed over 500 Named Scholarships to be offered and accepted by outstanding students. These scholarships account for roughly a quarter of a student’s total tuition over a 4-year period. Receiving a Named Scholarship can make the difference for a family seeking to enroll their child or children at Molloy. Our Named Scholarships represent many members of the Stanner Family: Faculty, Marist Brothers, Alumni, Parents, and Heroes fallen in the line of duty. Just as every Stanner has a story, so too do the individuals who have Named Scholarships established in their honor.
 
APPLYING FOR A NAMED SCHOLARSHIP

In order to be considered for a Named Scholarship, please complete our Named Scholarship Application Form and submit it with a one page scholarship essay. Please see further instructions on our Scholarships page, under "Named Scholarships."

The McCormick Scholars

 

  • Awarding HALF to FULL TUITION annually for 4 years at Archbishop Molloy High School

 

Founded by Mr. Thomas McCormick’68 to provide a comprehensive scholarship to intellectually gifted Black/African American young men to attend Archbishop Molloy High School. During this four-year program, Molloy will foster the intellectual growth of these extraordinary young men and help embrace and develop their gifts.

 

 

 

 

The Thomas J. Ashton Memorial Scholarship
  • Awarded to an incoming freshman from St. Sebastian School or from the neighborhood of Woodside, Queens.
 
 
 
The William Barry Memorial Scholarship
  • Awarded to two qualifying incoming freshmen. In total, 8 students benefit from this named scholarship fund over the course of one academic year. Each of these students has also demonstrated a socioeconomic disadvantage that would may make it more difficult for them to attend and remain enrolled at Molloy.
 
 
The Florence & John Blaney Scholarship
  • No information at this time.
 
The Brother Angus Scholarship
  • Benefits students of immigrant backgrounds (at least one parent having immigrated to the US) and or African American students.These individuals and have also demonstrated a socioeconomic, cultural, or educational disadvantage. Students who are awarded this scholarship must have maintained a 90 average in elementary school, and must vow to become meaningfully involved in the life of Archbishop Molloy High School through extracurricular activities, athletics, or making an impact that furthers the goals of Molloy.
 
The Joseph J. Berry Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded every two years to an incoming freshman.
 
 
 
The James Callahan Memorial Scholarship
  • James Callahan '66 was adept in math and the sciences, and his love of these subjects is reflected in the parameters of his named scholarship. Recipients of the James Callahan Memorial Scholarship must exhibit an interest in math and science and have a passion for learning. This four year scholarship of $2,000 helps a varied number of students each year depending on the impressiveness and or abundance of potential candidates.
 
 
The Anthony J. Caruna Memorial Scholarship
  • No information at this time.
 
The Firefighter Michael J. Cawley Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to incoming freshmen. Candidates who are the son or daughter of an active, retired, or deceased firefighter may be given preference.
  • Please download the PDF below for more information about The Firefighter Michael J. Cawley Memorial Scholarship.
 
 
 
The Robert Englert Fellowship
  • Dr. Robert Englert was an integral part of Molloy’s faculty for many years, and his passion for helping students stands out in the minds of many to this day. By pioneering The Robert Englert Fellowship, Dr. Robert Hayes '70, founder of The Coalition for the Homeless, is able to do his part as an alumnus to “pay it forward” while at the same time highlight a man who spent much of his life inspiring others to look more closely at humanitarian and social issues. This fellowship helps place motivated Molloy students in fellowship/internship positions within institutions where they can succeed. Cara Salvatore '13, a recipient of the fellowship, spent an exciting summer working with the Medicare Rights Center in Manhattan. Following Cara's success, other opportunities await deserving students in the coming years.
 
 
The Daniel Fitzgerald Memorial Scholarship
  • Awarded to an outstanding graduate from the parish school of Our Lady of Victory in Floral Park.
 
 
Fr. Brendan Forde Scholarship
  • No information at this time.
 
The John Gibbons Memorial Scholarship
  • This scholarship benefits deserving students in need of financial assistance. Preference is given to a child of a single parent.
 
 
The Christopher Green Scholarship
  • No information at this time.
 
The Andrew Harvey Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman.
 
 
The Brother Terence Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to a deserving incoming freshman based on academic achievement and demonstration of strong mathematical skills.
 
 
 
The Jim Kinnier Scholarship
  • This scholarship benefits deserving students, giving them the opportunity to learn and grow from the Molloy experience.
 
 
The Brother Ronald Marcellin Memorial Scholarship
  • This four-year scholarship offers financial assistance to a student either enrolled or entering into Molloy. It also provides funding to ensure the mental health and well-being of a student in need.
 
 
The Captain Anthony Marsloe Scholarship 
  • No information at this time.
 
The John J. McGovern Memorial Scholarship
  • Awarded to a student who demonstrates a financial need. Preference is also given to candidates from Holy Child Jesus Catholic Academy in Richmond Hill.
 
 
The Camille Palmero Melli Scholarship
  • No information at this time.
 
Lt. Robert Nagel Memorial Scholarship
  • Preference for this scholarship is given to candidates who are the son or daughter of a firefighter or who have lost a parent in the line of duty.
 
 
Lt. Robert Regan Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to incoming freshmen annually. The scholarship is largely based on financial need.
 
 
The Patrick Rein Memorial Scholarship
  • This scholarship benefits deserving, well-rounded students who may have a financial need.
 
 
The Louis Rossi Memorial Scholarship
  • Need-based scholarship established in loving memory of the late Mr. Louis Rossi, father of Robert '81 and Thomas '78.
 
 
The Shannon Family Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman. Preference is given to a student from St. Thomas the Apostle in Woodhaven, Queens.
 
 
St. Elizabeth's Catholic Academy Scholarship
  • Awarded to students coming from St. Elizabeth's Catholic Academy in Ozone Park, Queens.
 
The Michael Viola Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to one student annually.
 
 
 
The Captain Patrick Waters Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship with preference given to children of FDNY members.
 
 
 
The Stephen J. Wuertz Memorial Scholarship
  • Four-year scholarship awarded to one incoming freshman every year, with priority given to well-rounded, deserving students from St. Elizabeth School in Ozone Park or St. Thomas the Apostle School in Woodhaven - neighborhoods near where Stephen J. Wuertz grew up.
 
 
The Joseph and Kathryn Licata Scholarship
  • This is a needs-based scholarship that benefits a wide range of students at Molloy.