Thank you for your interest in the Marie Curie Scholars Program at College of Saint Mary.
This program is for academically talented applicants with financial need who are committed to graduating with a degree in Biology, Chemistry, or Mathematics.
If you have less than 12 credit hours of college coursework, you must have a GPA of 3.5 or better (on a 4.0 scale) and an ACT composite score of 23 or a critical reading + math SAT score of 1050.
If you have more than 12 credit hours of coursework, you must have a college cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher in all science and math courses.
If awarded the scholarship, you will be required to live on campus so that you might take part in the special opportunities provided to Marie Curie Scholars.
After submitting this form, there are three final steps necessary to complete your application.
These steps do not need to be completed before submitting this form, but must be taken care of before your application will be considered complete.
Submit Letters Of Recommendation
You will need to submit two letters of recommendation from teachers, counselors, coaches or managers who know you and can comment on your abilities in math and science.
Please ask the person providing the recommendation to go to the following link in order to complete the recommendation:
Marie Curie Recommendation
Estimate Financial Need
Go to https://www.educationquest.org/resources/college-funding-estimator/ and complete the Education Quest Foundation's free College Funding Estimator to determine the Estimated Family Contribution and input it above. Print the results from this tool and bring them with you to your interview or send them to your firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once we have received all of this information, you may be asked to participate in an in-person or phone interview by CSM's Director of the Marie Curie Scholars Program.
When your application is complete, your admissions counselor will schedule this interview if required.
Again, thank you for your interest in the Marie Curie Scholarship and in CSM's science, or math programs.