SJU Awarded Scholarships
The Anthony H. Corso Memorial Scholarship
Founded in 1984 by Mrs. Carmela Corso Zecca in memory of her brother, Anthony, a native of Philadelphia whose family emigrated from Naples to Philadelphia in the 1880s, the scholarship defrays the cost of travel and study in Italy. For further information and application click here
The Ciro and Maria Daidone Memorial Scholarship
Presented through the Coccia Foundation annually, this scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior who wishes to continue his/her Italian studies education to become an Italian teacher and/or wishes to continue on for his/her graduate studies in Italian in order to continue the preservation of the Italian Culture. This scholarship award in the amount of $2,000 will be awarded annually on both a need and merit basis. For further information, click here. For an application, click here.
For information about the Center for International Programs (CIP) Summer Program Grant click here
For information on University Scholarships please visit the Fellowship web site by clicking here.
Externally Awarded Scholarships
The Coccia Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship
Scholarships ranging from $1,000- $2,000 are subject to approval of the Coccia Foundation Board of Trustees. For more information and an application, click here.
The Dr. Michael P. Marcase College Scholarship
US and Italian Scholarships
The following institutions offer scholarship opportunities for the study of Italian:
- Istituto di cultura NY
- Italian embassy
- National Italian American Foundation
- The Order of the Sons of Italy in America
- Italian Cultural Institute of New York
- Centro Studi Italiani
Some Italian universities offer scholarships for study at different levels: from high school to graduate studies. Here are some examples: