Apply for the $1,000 Jennifer Bradow Memorial Scholarship
Annually since 1994, the Jennifer Bradow Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to a student who resided on campus and demonstrated leadership as an active participant in campus programs.
The $1,000 scholarship is awarded through Student Financial Services.
Students must reside on campus and qualify for "financial need" as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Preference is given to students who are actively involved in Residence Life (resident adviser, apartment coordinator, operations manager, Residence Hall Association, National Residence Hall Honorary, student worker), Campus Ministry or Volunteers in Action.
If the above guidelines apply to you, be sure to apply. Applications are available now in the Residence Life Office in Room 106, Koch Commons. Completed applications are due on Wednesday, April 18.
About Jennifer Bradow
Jenny Bradow began her academic career at the University of St. Thomas in 1990 as a freshman resident in John Paul II Residence Hall where she became a Planning Activities Committee (PAC) representative, now known as the Residence Hall Association (RHA). As a sophomore, she was a resident adviser in Dowling Hall and as a junior she was a resident adviser and programming coordinator for Grace Hall. Bradow studied nursing at the College of St. Catherine until her untimely death in 1993 as the result of an automobile accident.
Bradow was a student leader, an active participant in on-campus residential life, and a much-loved member of the university community. This scholarship was created to acknowledge and reward a student who models the same exceptional qualities for which Bradow was admired.