Marymount University recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Trinity High School in Camp Hill, PA. Under this agreement, Marymount will guarantee admission and a four-year renewable scholarship to graduates of Trinity High School who enroll at Marymount University.
“Marymount’s partnership with Trinity high school is a natural fit,” said Francesca Reed, Marymount’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management. “We were thrilled when Trinity’s Principal John Cominsky reached out to us. We have a mutual goal of enhancing access to high quality Catholic education and this partnership automatically promotes Marymount to Trinity families at the earliest stage of their college search.”
In addition to meeting the admission requirements of Marymount University, the student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA (no test score required) or a 2.8 GPA with a 1020 SAT / 20 ACT. All eligible Trinity students will be awarded a $2,000 Catholic School Scholarship and a $2,000 Trinity High School Scholarship. Students who meet the above criteria will receive a minimum annual scholarship of $16,500 for a total of at least $66,000 over four years. The award may only be received for eight semesters. In addition, students must remain in good standing (social and academic) as well as make satisfactory progress toward their degree. Students may be eligible for additional merit scholarships based on GPA and/or SAT/ACT scores as well as a residential grant. Applications must be received by March 1st.