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Named Scholarships
Academy of Mount Saint Vincent Scholarship – established by the Board of Directors of the Alumnae of the Academy of Mount Saint Vincent with preference given to
relatives of alumnae of the Academy.

George I. Alden Trust Scholarship – awarded to students who meet scholarship standards.

The Altman Foundation Scholarship – established by the trustees of the Altman Foundation to assist needy and deserving students.

Helen Williamson Benziger ’48 Honors Scholarship – established through a bequest of Helen Benziger. Offered to a student who meets scholarship standards.

Charles A. Buckley Scholarship – established in 1968 in honor of Charles A. Buckley to assist a needy and deserving student.

Monsignor James E. Byrne Scholarship – established in memory of Monsignor James E. Byrne for his excellence as a former member of the College’s faculty.

George, Catherine, and Thomas F. DeNaouley Scholarship – established by Thomas F. DeNaouley to assist commuter students who graduated from Roman Catholic High Schools in the Archdiocese of New York and who meet the scholarship standards of the College.

George and Marie Doty Scholarship – established by George and Marie Doty to assist students who demonstrate financial need and meet scholarship standards.

Karen Hunting Drambour Memorial Scholarship – established by Brother Kenneth Fitzgerald, in memory of alumna Karen Hunting Drambour, to assist second, third, and fourth year students with demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to students majoring in mathematics or computer science.

Mary A. Farrell Memorial Scholarship – established by alumna Mary A. Farrell to assist Catholic students with demonstrated financial need who may be ineligible for other assistance.

Elise Grace Endowment Nursing Scholarship – funded by the Grace Institute to assist academically and financially qualified nursing students with their tuition payments.

Sister Marion Francis Harriott Memorial Scholarship – established by Veronica Lally Kehoe, her student and friend. Awarded to a full-time junior or senior, majoring in Communication, who has achieved an overall GPA of 3.0, and demonstrates financial need.

William Randolph Hearst Scholarship – established by the Hearst Foundation to assist students who meet scholarship standards.

Ann Selinger Henegan ’49 Scholarship – awarded to a full-time junior or senior, majoring in Nursing, in good academic standing (3.0 grade point average), who
demonstrates outstanding potential in that field.

Magdalen Horsting, S.C. Memorial Scholarship – established by John and Gail Horsting to assist students who demonstrate a commitment to community service for the
needy. Preference is given to students from the Archdioceses of St. Petersburg, Florida, and New York.

Mary Hughes Holder Memorial Award Scholarship – offered to a member of St. Teresa’s parish, Sleepy Hollow, New York, or Most Sacred Heart parish, Port Jervis, New York. The recipient must meet scholarship standards.

Josephine Doty Jaburg Scholarship – established by the Doty Family Foundation to assist students who meet scholarship standards and have financial need.

Dr. Oswald La Rotunda Scholarship – established by his wife in his memory. Offered to students in the Baccalaureate in Nursing program who meet scholarship standards.

Dora Lupo Scholarship – established by Thomas B. Lupo in memory of his wife, Dora Lupo, to assist a deserving student.

Patricia DelBalso McNamara Scholarship – established by alumna Patricia DelBalso McNamara. First preference for this scholarship goes to a graduate of Cathedral High School in New York City.

Mary Helen O’Malley Scholarship – established by Commander Elizabeth O’Malley in honor of her sister, Mary Helen O’Malley, with preference given to a son or daughter of a Mount graduate who is studying the social sciences.

Paul and Marilyn Paganucci Scholarship – established by Paul and Marilyn Paganucci to assist students who meet scholarship standards.

Raskob Foundation Scholarship – funded by the Raskob Foundation, for Catholic Activities, Inc. to assist needy students.

Samuel and May Rudin Foundation Scholarship – established by Samuel and May Rudin to assist needy and deserving students.

Marion McCann Short Scholarship – established by alumna Marion McCann Short to assist students who demonstrate financial need and meet the College’s academic
requirements for scholarships.

Doris Smith, S.C. Scholarship – established by the Board of Trustees in honor of the former College president. Offered to a student who meets scholarship standards.

Eileen Campion Smith Memorial Scholarship – established by her sister, C. Virginia Campion Clark, for a student studying journalism who meets scholarship standards.

Student Aid Fund II – established in the name of Patricia M. Mahoney, Class of ‘49, to assist needy and deserving students.

Wenkenbach Memorial Fund – established in honor of Bridget, Mabel, and Gertrude Wenkenbach to assist needy students from Port Chester, New York, or Westchester County, New York.

Arthur Williams Charitable Trust Scholarship – awarded to students, majoring in Nursing, who meet scholarship standards and demonstrate financial need.