College of St. Joseph is furthering its mission and addressing national concern over the rising cost of higher education by offering the Provider Scholarship Program. The scholarship for full-time undergraduate students, worth $36,000 over four years, incorporates a commitment to academic excellence, personal and professional growth and community service.

Success Pays

The Provider Scholarship addresses college debt in a meaningful way. CSJ will invest in the success of its students throughout their undergraduate education.

Students are asked to remain in good academic standing, participate in one campus activity and 15 hours of community engagement each semester, and take college experience courses to develop a common bond. The program fosters personal leadership skills, civic responsibility and community service, while providing students of all income levels an education they can afford.

Who is Eligible

There are a limited number of scholarships available. Applicants who are accepted to CSJ are eligible for consideration for the Provider Program and Scholarship. Your CSJ admission application is also your Provider Scholarship application. To get things started, fill out an application.

Provider Scholars are intellectually curious, want to make a difference on campus and in the community, and have a 2.0-4.0 GPA.

The College and Student Provide For Each Other

CSJ Provides Student Provides
Academic Excellence and Support Intellectual Commitment
Leadership Opportunities Campus Participation
Financial Accessibility Community Service
Professional Development Career Preparedness

The Provider Scholarship

 TuitionRoom and BoardTotal

Residential Students

2018-19 Academic Year$17,500$12,000$29,500
Price after Provider Scholarship$20,500 (CSJ residential price point before financial aid!)

*Does not include fees and additional costs, such as insurance and books.

To help fund your contribution, complete the FAFSA online to determine if you are eligible for additional financial support such as grants, student loans and work study.