Service AwardsTo be considered for all scholarships, students must complete their application for admission to Xavier University be December 1. Test scores are not required for scholarship consideration. Financial need may be considered as part of scholarship selection, and students are encouraged to file the FAFSA by December 1.
Xavier Community-Engaged Fellowship
- Scholarship Application Deadline: December 1
- Fall 2023 application available soon
This four-year scholarship is awarded annually to incoming first-year students who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership or initiative in the area of community engagement or service through their school, community or church, and who have shown high academic achievement. The Community-Engaged Fellows are involved in a host of diverse, hands-on community opportunities throughout the Cincinnati region drawing upon principles of social justice, community building, and public policy. They are guided by faculty and community engagement professionals on campus and in the field.
For Fall 2022, the Community-Engaged Fellowship is valued at $30,000 per year and will be awarded to eight incoming first-year students.
The Community-Engaged Fellowship is tuition restricted and will replace any previous Xavier merit scholarship offer.
Before accessing scholarship and honors applications you must submit your application for admission to Xavier, either through the Common Application or the Xavier application. Upon submission of your application for admission you will receive an email with log-in credentials (including temporary password/PIN) that will allow you to access scholarship applications, honors applications, and your personal application status page. The email has the subject line “Your Application to Xavier University”.
If you have questions regarding your application, please contact the Eigel Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Fellowship, its history at Xavier University, and current student and community engagement, please visit the Eigel Center website.