“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”

~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Why Support Roseman Scholarships?

Students today face more debt than any other generation. Student loan debt now stands at more than $1.35 trillion, a figure that has tripled in the past decade.  Scholarships decrease the financial burden our alumni will carry, ensuring our graduates accomplish their career objectives while maximizing their ability to contribute to our community and society as a whole.

Student scholarships are critical in creating greater equality and diversity in our student base, and help attract the best students with the most affordable experience as possible. Roseman University competes with other top-ranked colleges and universities for best-in-class students with great intellect, unique talents, and diverse perspectives.

By providing scholarship assistance, donors enable greater success for deserving students who want to earn their health sciences degree and give back to society.  The support our students receive from our community also instills a greater sense of belonging and motivation.

There is power in numbers, but even one supporter can make a life-changing impact on a student.

Ready to Give?

Roseman has two types of scholarships, both of which can be named to honor a loved one, family member or friend.

  1. Named Current Use Scholarship: This scholarship allows a donor to give a one-time scholarship to be awarded to an unnamed student for one academic year. University Advancement team members will be in touch with the donor to help craft the language and title of the scholarship.
  2. Named Endowed Scholarship: An endowed scholarship fund is designed to last for either a time period (term endowment) or in perpetuity. This is a slightly more sophisticated donor agreement that starts at $25,000 or builds to that amount in no more than five (5) years. The principal is invested, and the accrued interest in awarded each year, based on the applicable university spending policy at the time of the award.

All scholarships at Roseman are awarded via a scholarship selection committee and are included as forms of student support for federal and other financial aid purposes.

For information about scholarship gifts, please contact Brenda Griego at (702) 802-2830 or email bgriego@roseman.edu.