St. Vladimir’s Seminary awards and distributes its financial resources with a view toward Christian charity and stewardship. Most seminary students in residence receive some form of financial assistance, and students should be mindful that such aid is a privilege to be enjoyed thanks to many benefactors who have graciously given funds to the seminary.
All students are considered financially independent. Therefore, parental information is not required to determine need. The Seminary does, however, require financial information from spouses of married students and full disclosure of grant and scholarship assistance from outside sources, such as, but not limited to, parish, diocesan, and archdiocesan education funds.
St Vladimir’s Seminary awards or renews all grants and scholarships once a year during the spring application process. After the financial aid deadline has passed the seminary is able to consider new financial aid awards only if funds remain available and/or on a wait-listed basis. After the award or renewal of a grant or scholarship the seminary is unable to consider modified requests for financial assistance.
If a student should experience significant, unforeseen financial difficulty after the award/renewal period and the exhaustion of financial aid funds, he or she is encouraged to speak to the Associate Chancellor for Finance prior to registration in order to arrange a formal payment plan.
Please find below links information on eligibility for financial aid, application deadlines, types of financial aid and more.
To discuss the Seminary's financial aid opprotunities please contact the Director of Admissions, Archdeacon Joseph Matusiak, at email@example.com, or on 914.961.8313 ext 328.