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Scholarships

Scholarships Change Lives

By supporting student scholarships, our alumni, parents and friends are changing lives and making dreams come true.

You can provide assistance to Salve Regina students with a gift to one of our existing scholarships, which help students in a variety of academic programs and recognize campus leadership and a commitment to service in the community. In recent years, a number of new funds have been established by individuals who wish to create a legacy, recognize achievement and provide financial assistance to Salve Regina students.

For more information on establishing your own named scholarship, call Victoria Duclos, senior director of advancement operations and programs, at (401) 341-2345.

Highlighted Scholarships

Gateway Fund for Salve Regina

The Gateway Fund for Salve Regina is used to address the financial needs of students and families, helping to fill the gap between what a family is able to contribute and the cost of attendance. Fund dollars are used in both the recruitment of new students and the retention of current students, increasing the likelihood of academic success, persistence and graduation.

Sisters of Mercy Endowed Scholarship

Established by Salve Regina's founding religious community, the Sisters of Mercy Endowed Scholarship provides critical financial assistance and honors the tradition of mercy and service which lives on at Salve Regina.

Dr. Kelli J. Armstrong Scholarship

The Dr. Kelli J. Armstrong Scholarship encourages students to embrace the mercy mission and continue to work for a world that is harmonious, just and merciful. Gifts to this scholarship honor Armstrong's dedication to community, collaboration and the creative spirit.

Legacy Family Scholarship

The Legacy Family Scholarship is the first scholarship at Salve Regina solely devoted to legacy students. Incoming students who are children of alumni benefit from a "welcome award" made possible by the endowed fund.