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News and Events - Arpril 2012

NEWS AND EVENTS - Tuesday, April 10, 2012

ST. VLADIMIR'S SEMINARY OFFERS SERBIAN STUDENTS FULL SCHOLARSHIPS

[SVOTS Communications, Yonkers, NY] - St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Yonkers, NY, is offering students of Serbian descent the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree with very little financial burden. In 2010, the school established “The St. Sava of Serbia Scholarship Fund,” which pays up to 100% of tuition, and room, board, and books, for Orthodox Christian men and women of Serbian ancestry who demonstrate need, strong academic performance, and the promise of significant service to the Church.

Three of these fully paid scholarships are available to students who are incoming in Fall 2012. Priority for reception of the available three scholarships will be given to men who enroll in the Master of Divinity program; however, women and Master of Arts and Master of Theology candidates, whether men or women, are eligible to receive the fully paid scholarship as well.

The St. Sava Scholarship fund is fed by several smaller scholarships, including: The Brian and Marilyn Gerich Scholarship Fund, established in 1997 by Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gerich, to assist needy Serbian students and others in their theological studies at St. Vladimir’s Seminary; The Petar L. and Olga Gerich Family Scholarship Fund, established in 1993 by Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gerich, to assist needy Serbian students and others in their theological studies at St. Vladimir’s Seminary; The Frank Joity Memorial Scholarship Fund, established in 1998 by friends and family in memory of Frank Joity, a lifelong member of St. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Church in Detroit, to assist students of Serbian descent or members of the Serbian Orthodox Church; The Bishop Nicholai Velimirovich Serbian Scholarship Fund, established in 1990 as a tribute to the late Bishop Nicholai, a close friend of the seminary, to assist needy Serbian students in their theological studies at St. Vladimir’s Seminary; and The Mitchell and Violet Zunich Scholarship Fund, established in 1995 by Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Zunich, to assist needy Serbian students and others in their theological studies at St. Vladimir’s Seminary.

For more information on the St. Sava Scholarship and the application process at St. Vladimir’s Seminary, please contact Dr. David Wagschal, director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the seminary: dwagschal@svots.edu or 914-961-8313 x328.




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