The University of St. Thomas

 

 John Ireland Scholarship

 

The University of St. Thomas and The Saint Paul Seminary were founded by the visionary Archbishop John Ireland, the third bishop and first archbishop of St. Paul.  The John Ireland Scholarship honors his commitment to Catholic education and service to God’s people by offering graduating seniors the opportunity to pursue full-time graduate studies in theology at The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.

Scholarship parameters

  • Up to three scholarships granted annually to recent St. Thomas graduates
  • Full tuition for full-time students pursuing MA in Theology, MA in Pastoral Ministry or
    MA in Religious Education

Criteria

  • Record of academic success as demonstrated by coursework and cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Enthusiasm for the mission of The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity
  • Demonstrated commitment to service
  • Eligible for admission to MA in Theology, MA in Pastoral Ministry or MA in Religious Education

Application process

For more information about The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity’s graduate programs in theology and the John Ireland Scholarship, contact Admissions Counselor Amy Burback at 651-962-5069 or amy.burback@stthomas.edu.