Membership helps the Augustine Institute – and its members – to pursue the mission.
The Mother Teresa Scholarship Fund provides tuition assistance to distance education students of the Augustine Institute who are currently serving in positions of great strategic importance for the New Evangelization but cannot afford to make tuition payments. The Fund is designed particularly for students serving recent immigrants, the urban poor, and other under-served locations such as Indian reservations and European countries in need of evangelization.
The St. Nicholas Scholarship Fund provides tuition assistance to Augustine Institute students who are unable to make their tuition payments either because of personal or family financial stress or due to an income that does not suffice to support the needs of their families. To be eligible for the fund, a student must have completed a minimum number of courses (typically six) with good academic progress (3.00 GPA) and be able to demonstrate financial need.
Merit-based Scholarships for
on-campus study in Denver
The John Paul II Scholarship Fund provides full and partial tuition remission to a leading prospects for the New Evangelization. Each year, our faculty selects a dozen top applicants from the leading Catholic undergraduate programs and Newman centers around the country. The personal qualities, educational attainments, and volunteer experience of these students are truly impressive. They could attend any number of graduate programs, but choose the Augustine Institute because of our clear focus on evangelization.