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Marie-Louise Grose Episcopal Freshman Scholarship

The Episcopal Campus Ministry at Purdue will offer one $1,000 scholarship to a qualified Episcopalian first-year student enrolling at Purdue in the upcoming fall semester.


The application form and instructions may be downloaded from our website. Along with the completed application and information sheet, applicant must submit a copy of his or her Purdue acceptance letter, a letter of recommendation from a member of their church or diocese and a 500-word essay detailing what he or she would do to attract young adults to the Episcopal church.

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