Full Tuition Scholarships

Full scholarships cover the total tuition costs for the freshman year and are renewable for the length of the full-time program as long as specifi c credit and GPA requirements are met. All scholarships are competitive. To be eligible a student must apply for admission to Manor College prior to March 1st. Scholarship application is required and is mailed to eligible students
by the Financial Aid Office. All applicants who have met the participation criteria for Full Scholarships but were not fortunate enough to receive one, will receive a minimum of a Basilian I ($3,000/yr) scholarship and have the opportunity to participate in higher amount competitive partial scholarships in lieu of a Basilian I Scholarship.

Manor Presidential Scholarship* (Competitive)
1. New Freshman or Transfer student with less than 11 college credits completed
2. Top 1/3 of high school graduating class
3. Minimum SAT of 1100 (CR + M must = 1100)
4. Renewable upon completion of 30 credits at Manor with a cumulative GPA of 3.5

Joseph and Rose Wawriw Scholarships * (Competitive)
1. New Freshman or Transfer student with less than 11 college credits completed
2. Top 1/3 of high school graduating class
3. Minimum SAT of 1000 (CR + M must = 1000)
4. Renewable upon completion of 30 credits at Manor with a cumulative GPA of 3.2

Note: Full scholarship recipients are ineligible for partial scholarship consideration.

Partial Tuition Scholarships

Partial scholarships* cover partial tuition costs for the freshman year. Renewable for thelength of the full-time program as long as the specifi c credit and GPA requirements are met. All scholarships are competitive. To be eligible a student must apply to Manor College prior to March 1st. A scholarship application is required and is mailed to eligible students by the
Financial Aid Office.

* Dual enrollment students are exempt from maximum credit limit for participation.

Eligibility

1. New Freshman or Transfer student with less than 11 college credits completed
2. Minimum of a “B” high school GPA
3. Minimum SAT of 900 (CR + M must = 900)
4. Renewable upon completion of 30 credits at Manor with a cumulative GPA of a 3.0

Joseph M. and Amelia S. Bochey Memorial Scholarship (Competitive)
Joseph and Amelia Bochey established this partial scholarship in 2004. Qualifying applicants
must meet all Manor College requirements for a competitive partial scholarship with preference
given to a student pursuing religious studies.

Henry Lewandowski Memorial Scholarship (Competitive)
Sister Dolores Orzel, OSBM, and her family established this scholarship in 1986 in memory
of her uncle, Henry Lewandowski, a former educator. This scholarship is renewable as a Lewandowski/ Basilian scholarship.

Lorraine Osinski Keating Memorial Scholarship (Competitive)
The Osinski and Keating families established this scholarship in 2003 in memory of Lorrie
Osinski Keating, Manor class of 1966.

Stephanie Orzel Memorial Scholarship (Competitive)
The family of Stephanie Orzel established this partial scholarship in 2007. Recipients
must meet all Manor College requirements for a competitive partial scholarship. This
academic scholarship is renewable if a student maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and
completes 30 credits at Manor College during his/her freshman year.

George & Jaroslava Rybak Scholarship (Competitive)
Established in 2002, this competitive, partial scholarship will be awarded to a student or
students studying in a Business-related program, who is/are of Ukrainian heritage. Part-time
student recipient(s) must complete 18 credits with a 3.0 GPA to renew this scholarship.

Elizabeth A. Stahlecker Scholarship (Competitive)

The Elizabeth A. Stahlecker Endowment Fund established a partial-tuition scholarship in
1993. This scholarship is renewable as a Stahlecker/Basilian Scholarship.

Mary Wolchanski Scholarship (Competitive)
The Mary Wolchanski Endowment Fund established a partial-tuition scholarship in 1992.
This scholarship is renewable as a Wolchanski/Basilian Scholarship.

John Woloschuk Memorial Scholarship (Competitive)
The John Woloschuk Endowment Fund established a partial tuition scholarship in 1995 to
be awarded to one deserving Allied Health student each year. This scholarship is renewable as a
Woloschuk/Basilian Scholarship.

Divisional Scholarship (Full-Time Students) (Competitive)
The Manor Divisional Scholarship was established to award a partial scholarship in each of the
three major divisions of the College: Allied Health, Science & Math Division; Business Division;
and Liberal Arts Division.

Other Partial Scholarships - varied deadline dates

Basilian I (Freshman) (Non-Competitive)
This institutionally-funded partial-tuition scholarship of $3,000/year is awarded to all incoming
full-time students who have an minimum “B” high school GPA and a minimum score of 900
(total) on the SAT (SAT as of 3/05: CR+M must = 900) and applied to Manor College by March
1 and were accepted by April 1. There is no scholarship application required. The Basilian I scholarship is renewable for the second year and up to a maximum total of fi ve semesters (full-time) if the program requires an additional semester, if the student completes 30 credits at Manor College
with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 at the end of the student’s freshman year.

Basilian II (Freshman) (Non-Competitive)

This institutionally-funded partial-tuition scholarship of $1,500/yr. is awarded to new full-
time freshmen who applied and were accepted after April 1. The Basilian II scholarship is renewable
for the second year and up to a maximum total of fi ve semesters (full-time) if the program
requires an additional semester, if the student completes 30 credits at Manor College with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 at the end of the student’s freshman year.
Basilian III (Sophomores/Returning Students) (Non-Competitive)
For students who were not eligible for scholarships during their freshman year, Manor offers
an additional opportunity. After completion of 30 Manor College credits and a minimum 3.0
cumulative GPA, the Basilian Scholarship is available for returning students. A full-time student
would receive:
GPA: 3.00 - 3.49 Amount: $1,800/yr.
GPA: 3.50 and higher Amount: $2,250/yr.

Basilian Sisters Scholarship (Non-Competitive)
Each year two Basilian Sisters Scholarships are awarded. They were established to aid students
from foreign countries. Each year, one is awarded to a student from Ukraine and one is awarded to
a student from another foreign country. Students must exhibit academic excellence, demonstrate
fi nancial need and be service oriented.

Dr. and Mrs. Volodymyr and Lydia Bazarko Scholarship (Competitive)
Dr. Volodymyr and Lydia Bazarko established this partial scholarship in 2001. To qualify for this
scholarship, the applicant must meet all Manor College requirements for a competitive partial scholarship with preference given to a student who can demonstrate that he of she is of Ukrainian descent.

Father Chlystun Scholarship (Competitive)
The Father Chlystun Endowment Fund established a partial tuition scholarship in 1983. Eligible
recipients include Sisters of Saint Basil the Great, postulants and novices of the Sister of Saint
Basil the Great, and, seminarians of the Ukrainian Catholic Church attending Manor College.
Applicants must meet all requirements for Partial Scholarships.

Divisional Scholarship (Part-Time Students) (Competitive)
This institutionally-funded, competitive, one-year, partial scholarship will be awarded to a
new student in each of the college’s academic divisions: Allied Health, Business and Liberal Arts.
Candidates must have no more than 30 prior college credits, and complete a scholarship application
with an essay on a given topic. Eligibility includes enrolling for a minimum of 6 credits/semester
during the fi rst year. This scholarship is not renewable, but upon completion of 30 credits
at Manor College with a GPA of a 3.0, the student will be eligible for a Basilian Scholarship III
(see above).

Eileen Freedman Memorial Scholarship (Non-Competitive)
Marlynn Alkins, Senior Associate Professor at Manor College, established the Eileen Freedman
scholarship in memory of her sister, Eileen Freedman. This scholarship is awarded to a student
studying Allied Health that has completed his/her freshman year at Manor College with at
least a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Professors in the Allied Health Division nominate the candidates.

The Heritage Foundation Scholarship (Competitive)
The Heritage Foundation of 1st Securities Bank established a partial scholarship fund in
2002 to be awarded to students from Ukraine enrolled at Manor College. The applicant must
meet all requirements for Partial Scholarships.

John and Helen Malko Family Scholarship (Competitive)
The Malko Family established this partial scholarship in honor of John and Helen Malko, in
1993. The applicant must meet all requirements for Partial Scholarships (competitive). Preference
is given to a student who can demonstrate they are of Ukrainian desent and in financial need.

Scholar Athlete Award (Competitive)
One partial tuition scholarship will be awarded to an incoming full-time athlete with a minimum
score of 900 on the SAT (SAT as of 3/05, CR+M must = 900) and a ‘B’ high school average. An applicant is required to submit the following: a scholarship application, an essay on a pre-selected topic and two written recommendations. The deadline for fi ling is August 1. This scholarship is renewable with the completion of 30 credits at Manor and a cumulative 3.0 GPA at the end of the student’s freshman year.

Sesok Family Memorial Scholarship (Non-Competitive)
The Sesok and Pizzini families established this scholarship in memory of Ann Sesok in 2003. Scholarship will be awarded to an academically qualifi ed Manor College student, full time or part time, who majors in Medical Technology/Science. “Academically qualifi ed” is a 900 SAT, ‘B’ or a 3.0, top one-half of graduating class. Student must carry a minimum of 9 credits at Manor College. The scholarship is renewable for the following year.

Saint Basil Scholarship (Non-Competitive)
This partial scholarship is awarded to graduates of St. Basil Academy who have shown strong
academic performance plus a recommendation from their high school guidance counselor.

International Student Scholarship
International student scholarships are awarded to foreign students with a minimum of ‘B’ high school
GPA, a minimum score of 900 on the SAT (CR+M must = 900) or a score of 520 (190 on the computerbased or 68 on the Internet-based) on the TOEFL Exam. To renew the International Scholarship, the recipient must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA with 30 credits completed at Manor College. (noncompetitive) Eligibility: 1. Resident Alien (green card, I-151) or naturalized US Citizen, living in the USA less than fi ve years, or 2. F-1 Student Visa, or 3. Any other valid/current Visa, living in the USA less than fi ve years.

Manor College Legacy Scholarship (Non-Competitive)
This partial scholarship is given to children of Manor College Alumni. The student(s) must be
enrolled in a degree-granting program of study. The scholarship is renewable upon the completion of
24 credits at Manor College and a cumulative GPA of 2.0. The student may receive this scholarship
up to fi ve (5) full time semesters.

Manor College Service Award (Non-Competitive)
Several partial tuition scholarships are awarded to students with outstanding ability in the
arts, theater, community service, or other endeavors which may be of service to the College community.
Recipients are expected to complete service hours each semester as well as meeting the
requirements of satisfactory academic progress to renew the scholarship award.

Resident Assistant Award
Several full room and board scholarships are awarded to students serving as assistants to the
Resident Coordinator. Contact Manor’s Student Life offi ce for this award application.


Private Scholarships


There are many special assistance programs that offer scholarships to students. Students may
qualify for one of these ‘programs’ through religious affi liation, ethnic heritage, parents’ employers,
organizational memberships or a special talent. Knowledge of these ‘programs’ is available through
books and pamphlets on scholarships and fi nancial aid in your school, local library or the Web.