Father Tito Sammut Scholarship

Chi Rho Associations, Inc., a non-profit corporation founded in 1998, announces that applications are being accepted for the award of the Father Tito Sammut Scholarship. This scholarship is funded by the donations of alumni and friends of Chi Rho Fraternity and is administered by the Chi Rho Foundation.


The scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate or graduate student who has exhibited a strong leadership role in his/her Church, community and college or university and is actively pursuing a degree in Catholic Theology or following a religious vocation.

To be eligible for this award, applicant must:
- Be enrolled full-time or be accepted and have plans to attend a college, university or seminary in a major study of Catholic Theology or preparation for a religious vocation (Priesthood, Diaconate, Sister, Brother, etc)
- Have a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or better
- Be actively involved in charity or service within your local community

Application, transcripts and essay must be submitted in one complete package. Applications are available by contacting the Chi Rho Foundation, P.O. Box 831716, Richardson, TX 75083-1716. Applicants may also download forms from our website or request them via email.

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