The Catholic University of America

 


Special thanks go to our Benefactor and Patron level supporters of the 25th American Cardinals Dinner

Benefactors
Richard D. Banziger
Clark-Winchcole Foundation
Jean and Bob Comstock

Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Diocese of Brooklyn,
Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens, 
Futures in Education and DeSales Media Group

His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archdiocese of New York
Knights of Columbus Supreme Council
Tom and Judy Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moran
Most Reverend William Murphy, Diocese of Rockville Center

Patrons
Anonymous
Ascension Health, Dr. Anthony Tersigni,
Lee Ann Joiner Brady and Kevin Brady
Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, Archdiocese of St. Louis
Mrs. Richard M. Cashin
His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Bill and Maureen Dinger, William H. Sadlier, Inc.
Edward and Carol English
Donald and Jo-Ann Farley
Joseph Frank
John and Jeanne Garvey
His Eminence Francis Cardinal George, Archdiocese of Chicago
Carol and Denis Kelleher
KPMG LLP
Arthur Mahon
Joe and Ginny Malley
The Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation
Robert and Cynthia McCann
Bill and Maryrose McInerney
Sandra Andreas McMurtrie
Michael and Joy Millette
Jim and Jeanne Moye
Mutual of America
Mrs. Helene O'Neil
Frederic Salerno
Kathleen and Victor Smith, Margaret and Van Smith

YOUR SUPPORT HELPS FUND SCHOLARSHIPS

The generosity of our friends, alumni and alumnae of The Catholic University of America has helped thousands of students afford a CUA education. Our exemplary academic courses, taught by experts in their fields, and our dedication to, and promotion of, our uniquely strong Catholic identity is furthered and strengthened by every gift. For 24 years, the American Cardinals Dinner has supported scholarship assistance at the University. Please plan to be in New York City for the 25th American Cardinals Dinner in 2014.

Following is a sample of what your scholarship support means to our students:

 

 The Catholic University of America granted me the wonderful opportunity to follow in the footsteps of several of my family members and study here when I received my financial aid package.  I was awarded a merit scholarship, a parish scholarship, and an alumni scholarship.  Two years later, I was invited to apply for and received the Ed McMahon Scholarship, a scholarship that is awarded to one Drama student every year and, through continued support for the endowment, is now also awarded to one Media Studies student as well.  As a result of this aid, I have a well-rounded education, both academically and personally, for which I am incredibly thankful.

 - Rachel Burkhardt, Frederick, Maryland

 

 

 

 

Being the recipient of a scholarship to study at CUA has allowed me to benefit from a higher education that I otherwise would not have received.  Studying as a seminarian for the priesthood at the undergraduate level, The Catholic University of America has provided me with academic and social opportunities that are invaluable for a Catholic seminarian.  These are benefits I would not have received without the help of a scholarship.

-Michael Bissex, South Huntington, New York

 
 
 

When I was applying to schools, CUA was my first choice, but there were concerns about the finances of it all with my family.  The scholarships I received allowed me to not only come to this school, but also fully receive the great education I do now.  Now as a student from the inside looking out, I recognize how our donors' gifts go to more than just scholarships.  It is their support that allows us to continue to foster the great Catholic community that we have here.

- John Eby, Potomac, Maryland 

 

Thanks to Catholic University's generous scholarship, I have been able to attend one of the best nursing schools in the area.  CUA has offered the unique experience of forming me into not only a nurse, but also a Catholic adult.  CUA's nursing program takes into consideration the needs of the whole person: physical, emotional, and spiritual.  This sets us apart from other nursing schools and makes me proud to be among what we call "Catholic Nurses."

- Angela Chite, Rockville, Maryland 

 

 

Attending The Catholic University of America has shaped me into the individual I am today.  Graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the university has provided me with the foundation for a successful future.  When applying to college, both academics and athletics were important to me, and on my recruiting trip I realized that Catholic University has created an environment wehre the two can co-exist.  I am now a captain of the softball team, and a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, proving that students can flourish in both realms at the right university.  Catholic University was the college for me and my attendance would not have been possible without the financial support that the Parish and CUA Merit scholarships provided, and for that I am eternally grateful.

- Samantha Daubman, Plainedge, New York