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Gannon Scholars Leadership Program FAQs

General Questions
  • Who are the Gannon Scholars?
    Scholars are a select group of students who participate in a structured four-year experience designed to develop their leadership skills. Gannon Scholars are leaders who incorporate diverse experiences and awareness of social and women's issues into their programs and lives. Scholars receive a $4,000/academic year scholarship award that is renewable for four years provided they remain in good standing, both academically and with regard to their Gannon Scholar responsibilities.
  • Why do I want to be a Gannon Scholar?
  • What do Gannon Scholars do?
  • What type of time commitment is required?
Questions about applying
  • Who can apply for the Gannon Scholars Leadership Program?
    The Gannon Scholars Leadership Program is open to students who will be attending college directly after high school. To be considered for the program, applicants must have been accepted to Loyola University Chicago for full-time study. Up to five (5) $4,000 scholarships are awarded each year. The scholarship is renewable for four years.

 



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Gannon Center · Piper Hall · 1032 W. Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: (773) 508-8430 · Fax: (773) 508-8492 · E-mail: gannoncenter@luc.edu

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