We all remember the stress of choosing which college to attend. You want to choose a school that is the perfect fit for you in all aspects – socially, academically and financially. For many of us, the most daunting part of choosing a school is seeing the cost of tuition. For this reason, many people […]
Paul Demjanenko, M.D., and his wife, Janet, have awarded a $30,000 gift to Gannon University to establish The Dr. Paul and Janet Demjanenko Family Endowed “Power” Scholarship and to benefit the Gannon University Annual Fund for Academic Excellence. Demjanenko graduated from Gannon in 1984. He is currently a cardiologist with Medicor Associates Inc., an affiliate […]
Alumni from Gannon University’s chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha (PKA) fraternity, the Epsilon Upsilon chapter, established an endowed scholarship that will benefit current fraternity members who maintain a 3.0 grade-point average. The Pi Kappa Alpha Endowed “Power” Scholarship will consist of $75,000 raised by the alumni of the Gannon PKA chapter that will be […]
Are you interested in winning a full tuition scholarship? Who wouldn’t be?! Check out this Edge :60 to learn how you could win, and submit your application to Gannon by December 15, 2012 to see if you qualify. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbLVhTlbxDQ&feature=plcp”]
This article by Joe Cuneo appeared in Gannon Magazine, Summer 2012 Did you know? Gannon has three endowments in place to help aid students who study abroad. The Robert J. Christenson Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship, the Leo I. Davis Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship and the Dr. Alexander J. Miczo Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship offer students going overseas for studies, service-learning or internships […]
Summer is about half-way over for Gannon-Goers right about now and what do I have to show for it? I’ve made a little money waitressing at Luigi’s, I’ve made some good memories with my friends from home and I’ve been applying for as many scholarships as I can. I’m currently lounging by the pool on […]
One of the most strenuous parts of applying to college is searching for scholarships. Join me as I walk you through some of the tips for finding Gannon-related scholarships. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Aqg6q6vgk4&list=UU6rnaVHPKu4f1d_dQyxHkyw&feature=plcp&context=C4437e90FDvjVQa1PpcFM64YJyJX6Mzscm9tA88eHpRTYYkdur11I=”] Gannon’s Financial Aid page provides more information on how to pay for college.
It’s no secret that college is expensive, and once most students are finished with their admission applications, they start right away on applications for scholarships. If you plan to begin attending Gannon this fall, then we’ve got a scholarship you should check out.
After months of preparation, three competitions and a first place finish at the Ohio Regional Competition, the Academic Decathlon Ohio State Championship was a success! This past weekend, I left student teaching at the end of the day and drove to Cleveland to meet my team, Youngstown Christian School Academic Decathlon.
It’s the lucky month of March. It’s the time of year when the snow starts to melt and spring starts to peek its head out of the clouds. With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about the end of the school year. Well, you’re in luck because we’ve compiled […]