Scholarship Giving

At Regis Jesuit, we strive to meet the financial needs of our families so that no student is turned away because they cannot afford the full tuition. In the 2017-18 school year, we will provide $4.15 million in tuition assistance to more than 400 students (25% of our population). One of the primary reasons we are able to offer this financial aid is because of the support we receive through annual, endowed and Sponsor-A-Student scholarships.

To learn more about supporting Scholarship Giving, contact Bethany Carmellini at 303.269.8026.

 

Annual Scholarships

These scholarships are funded annually by individuals or organizations to support one or more Regis Jesuit students. Donations can also be made to the General Scholarship Fund to provide tuition assistance to students in good academic standing with demonstrated financial need.

  • ACE Scholarships
  • Rudy Brada Memorial Scholarship
  • Donahue Foundation Scholarship
  • David A. Powers Grant
  • Schmitz Family Foundation Scholarship
  • Harry Trueblood Scholarship
  • Wagner Family Fund Scholarship

Sponsor A Student

Through the Sponsor a Student Program, the sponsor makes a four-year commitment to invest in a student’s education who has financial need. Sponsors may establish selection criteria to help identify the specific student. With a full or partial scholarship, you can become a positive influence in the life of a young person at Regis Jesuit.

Please contact Bethany Carmellini at 303.269.8026 for more information or to start sponsoring your student!

Endowed Scholarships

These scholarships are restricted so that the corpus is invested and the annual distributions are used to fund scholarships for deserving students. Scholarships can be established in your family’s name or in honor/memory of someone else. Currently, named scholarships must reach a minimum limit of $100,000 over five years before the scholarship is considered fully-funded.

Below are lists of partially-funded (in progress) and fully-funded named scholarships at Regis Jesuit. Please contact Bethany Carmellini at 303.269.8026 for more information about contributing to a named scholarship or establishing your own.

Partially Funded

  • Jane McLaughlin Davis Scholarhip

Fully Funded

  • Dan Campbell Scholarship
  • Peter Chapman Raider Scholarship
  • Chairmen's Scholarship
  • George and Mildred Coughlin Scholarship
  • Marshall and Jane Crouch Family Scholarship
  • R.J. Demps '09 Memorial Scholarship
  • Ernie DeNapoli Scholarship
  • Michael Doherty Scholarship
  • Jim Dunn and Mike Dunn Scholarship
  • Clyde J. Fava Scholarship
  • Foundations for Excellence Scholarship
  • Paul and Dolores Fry Family Scholarship
  • Paul and Helen Gargaro Scholarship
  • Edward Hanifen Scholarship
  • Charles A. Haskell '55 Scholarship
  • Barbara May Hoffmann Scholarship
  • Fr. Ralph Houlihan, SJ Scholarship
  • Ignatian Scholarship
  • Jesuits of the Central & Southern Province Scholarship
  • Melvin H. Levy Memorial Scholarship
  • Fr. Edward Maguire, SJ and Br. Joseph Gockel, SJ Perpetual Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • Thomas J. Mahon Scholarship
  • Brian Massey Memorial Scholarship
  • Blessed Rupert Mayer, SJ Scholarship
  • Charles and Mary McFadden Scholarship
  • Kevin and Mary McNicholas Scholarship
  • J.K. Mullen Scholarship
  • Murray Family Scholarship
  • Fr. Chris Pinnè, SJ Scholarship
  • Reinert Brothers Scholarship
  • Mary Elaine Reum Scholarship
  • Tom Robinson Scholarship
  • William J. and Bernice T. Sanko Memorial Scholarship
  • Charlie Saulino Scholarship
  • Schuler Family Foundation Scholarship
  • Rev. Walter Sidney, SJ Scholarship
  • Walter T. and Mary Jane Sidney Scholarship
  • St. Michael's Scholarship
  • Fr. Steele Hope-Challenge Scholarship
  • Pat and Aja Stokes Scholarship
  • Margaret J Susac Sofia Scholarship
  • Three Presidents Scholarship
  • Geneva Walbrach Trust
  • Richard G. and Karen L. Walker Scholarship
  • Rev. Dave Wayne, SJ Scholarship
  • Parker Bailey Witt Memorial Scholarship

 

Non-discrimination Policy

Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.