If you're interested in attending Seattle University, you should take a look at their prestigious Sullivan Leadership Award.
Each year, nine incoming first year students are selected to receive this award based on their demonstrated academic excellence, service, and leadership. As a Sullivan Scholar, you will receive full tuition, housing, and meals for 4 years of undergraduate study at Seattle University. You will also participate in a 4-year leadership development program.
As a Sullivan Scholar, you will represent the vibrant diversity of the SU community, coming from small towns, large cities, public and independent schools, and different religious and ethnic backgrounds.
In order to apply for the Sullivan Leadership Award, you must meet the criteria listed below:
- Academic Excellence - Pursuit of rigorous college preparatory coursework and typically have a GPA of 3.7 or higher. Must have less than one year of college coursework completed at the time of high school graduation.
- Leadership - Participation and demonstrated leadership in school activities, public service, and community involvement.
- Service - Commitment to justice and the good of others through service.
- Communication - Effective oral and written communication skills.
- Residence - First-year students living in and attending high school in the United States.
Early Actions Admissions application along with all required materials to complete the application must be submitted on or before November 15, 2022. Students interested in the Sullivan Leadership Award must submit the application no later than November 30, 2022.
Candidates who are admitted Early Action and qualified for the award are required to attend the Sullivan Leaders' Day competition on Saturday, January 21, 2023 on the Seattle University campus. They have a limited amount of travel grant funds available to help with transportation costs for eligible applicants.
You can learn more about Leaders' Day and travel grants HERE.
To learn more about the Sullivan Leadership Award and to apply, click HERE.