Scholars Day at Daemen College is a day when nominated prospective students have the opportunity to compete for one of our twelve prestigious Trustee Scholarships.
Every student who applies for admission to Daemen College is considered for a merit scholarship. In order to be nominated you must apply and be accepted into Daemen College. Only those nominated are invited to apply for the Trustee Scholarships.
Apply and be accepted to Daemen College. Apply for admission online at www.daemen.edu/apply or contact the Admissions Office at 716-839-8225.
Prospective first year students are invited by the President to apply for these prestigious awards. Students are nominated on the basis of their High School GPA and SAT or ACT test scores. They then must complete a Scholars Day application and interview on campus during Scholars Day. (Unfortunately, there are no make-up dates).
There are twelve scholarship recipients each year in the following categories:
- Full Tuition—two recipients
- $17,000—four recipients
- $13,000-14,000—six recipients
No, the scholarships are to be used for tuition only.
No, if you have already received the President's, Dean's or Alumni award it will be replaced by the Trustee Scholarship award if you are selected. However, you will be able to use scholarships you receive from other, non Daemen sources. The combination of the Daemen College Trustee Scholarship and TAP payment cannot exceed the cost of tuition.
Yes, the scholarships are renewable for four years providing you are full time and maintain a 3.0 GPA. (This award will be extended for those majors requiring 5 or 6 years to complete i.e. Accounting, Athletic Training, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant.) Student must be enrolled at Daemen College.
Daemen College feels that Scholars need opportunities to learn without the pressure of financial concerns. Trustee Scholarships offer this opportunity to all types of people, those from diverse backgrounds and experiences as well as from all socio-economic circumstances. We seek students who are able, curious, disciplined; students with vision and the enthusiasm to breathe life into their dreams.
Daemen College Trustee Scholars have diverse backgrounds, educational goals, and perspectives. While students must be nominated to compete on the basis of academic achievement, non-academic factors are also important in the deliberations of the Selection Committee. Considerations of both intellect and character are given in our attempt to award individuals who will “make a difference” not just in their careers and community, but in the community of Daemen College as well. Overall, we are seeking candidates who combine the following qualities:
- Academic achievement
- Vision—for self and society
- Enthusiasm, inspiration—the ability to bring visions and dreams to life
- Academic and personal discipline which motivates him/her to persist
- Leadership ability
2017 Trustee Scholars
|Jericho Adams||Pre-Medicine||Newfane, NY||Newfane Senior High School|
|Anthony Cupello||Accounting||Rochester, NY||Greece Arcadia High School|
|Arianna Filiaci||Art||Fairport, NY||Fairport High School|
|Arden Gudmundsson||Art - Graphic Design||Dundalk, MD||Eastern Technical High School|
|Alexandra Hasiotis||Athletic Training||Rochester, NY||Odyssey Academy|
|Julie Karpinski||Business Administration||Buffalo, NY||Cleveland Hill High School|
|Megan Lohan||Biology||Cooperstown, NY||Cooperstown Central School|
|Brianne Nightingale||Art - Visual Arts Education K-12||Lancaster, NY||Lancaster Central High School|
|Jared Russom||Athletic Training||Delmar, NY||Bethlehem Central High School|
|Aiden Tolley||Undeclared||Pittsford, NY||Pittsford Mendon High School|
|Jordan Vazquez||Mathematics - Adolescence Education 7-12||Lockport, NY||Lockport High School|
|Jamie Zaccaria||Health Promotion - Complementary and Alternative Health Care Practice||Lancaster, NY||Lancaster Central High School|