St. Louis is known for its high school football games, but that’s not why some students at the St. Joseph’s School are on the cusp of earning a bachelor’s degree.
St. Patrick’s College students are also getting a break, as the St Mary’s School District says that many of its first-generation St. Johns students will now be eligible for bachelor’s degrees in the fall of 2018.
The St. Mary’s announcement comes just a few weeks after a St. Joe’s High School student was approved to earn a bachelor of arts degree.
The announcement comes after the St Joseph’s school district received a letter from the state of Missouri in September that said its St. James College students would be eligible to earn bachelor’s educations in 2019.
St Joe’s students will not be able to take the same college credit check and other requirements as St. Michael’s students and will not receive the same scholarship as their St. Thomas counterparts.
St Josephs students will need to complete two years of undergraduate study at St. Augustine College, which also happens to be St. Martin’s University.
St Martin’s students are the first in their families to earn their bachelor’s.
Students at St Martin are also eligible to apply to receive scholarships for up to $2,000 to help cover tuition costs.
The district said in a press release that the St Martin students will be eligible in 2019 for the following types of scholarships: Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration $1,000; Master of Business Administration Degree $1; Bachelor of Science Degree $3,000.
Students also have the option to apply for financial aid through the St John Fisher College of Business.
St John’s students also have a financial aid coordinator who will be available to answer any questions you might have.
The release also said that students are encouraged to make a donation to the St Patrick’s School Foundation to support the school.
The state has been working on a new plan to expand scholarships and help students who need help, which will include the St James College program, the St Joe College program and St. John Fisher program.
The university said that St. Peter’s and St Joseph College students will receive an additional $5,000 per year for three years.
St Peter’s students who have received their bachelor of science degree and who are eligible for a financial scholarship will also receive an option to enroll in a master’s degree program in economics at St John Finn.
St Marys students who are also applying for financial help will receive a maximum of $2 and a maximum $4,000, respectively, according to the release.
St Paul students who want to pursue their master’s in business administration will also be eligible, St. Anthony’s College said.
St Anthony’s students with a bachelor or master of business administration degree can apply for up a total of $6,000 for two years, with a maximum award of $10,000 during the program.
Students will receive financial aid from the St Peter and St Joe colleges and the St Anthony College program.
For more information, visit the St Thomas College website.