Sullivan Leadership Awards
Most Sullivan Scholarship recipients have a GPA of 3.7 or higher. They are leaders in their campus community as well as in their communities. Students who are currently living and studying in the U.S. may apply.
Applicants must have outstanding academic credentials as well as excellent, well-developed written and oral communication skills. They are active and interested in their communities. The application will include a prompted essay in response to the articles selected for the year's theme. Nine Sullivan Leadership Awards are granted each year.
The Sullivan Leadership Award was established in 1988. The scholarship recognizes the leadership and service of the Reverend William J. Sullivan, S.J., president emeritus, who served as president of Seattle University from 1976 to 1996 and as chancellor until his retirement in 2009.
The deadline for this scholarship is usually in NOVEMBER of each year, and the award amount VARIES.
For more details, visit seattleu.edu/sullivan/about-the-sullivan-leadership-award/