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Scholarships

Marist offers a variety of scholarships including the following endowed scholarships specifically for computer science and mathematics majors. 

Robert Crosby Memorial Scholarship

The Robert Crosby Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to a Computer Science student at Marist. The recipient must be a junior and maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be considered for this renewable scholarship.

Christopher Peter Cybulski Memorial Scholarship

The Christopher Peter Cybulski Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Christopher P. Cybulski by his family. The scholarship aids students in their junior or senior year who are majoring in Computer Science. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated a commitment to campus life at Marist. The award will be made in consultation with the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.

Patrick A. Tasciotti Memorial Scholarship 

Established in memory of Patrick A. Tasciotti, Class of 1995, by his family, this scholarship is awarded to students who show a love of and commitment to the study of mathematics. Preference will be given to students who have demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable provided the student remains in good academic standing. The award is made in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Mathematics.

Joseph Regh Scholarship

The Joseph Regh Scholarship is endowed at Marist in honor of Joseph Regh, a member of the Class of 1967, by his wife, Professor Helen M. Hayes. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a sophomore, junior or senior student majoring in Computer Science based on academic achievement and financial need. Preference will be given to applicants from the Hudson Valley. Recipients will be invited to apply for a renewed award provided they continue to meet awarding criteria.

Dr. William J. and Valerie Cadden Scholarship in Computer Science

Established in memory of a highly regarded member of the computer science faculty and named in honor of his wife, this scholarship is awarded to full-time undergraduate students majoring in computer science. Financial need is a criterion. First consideration will be given to students who are residents of the Hudson Valley. Should there be no appropriate candidates from this geographic region, the scholarship will be available to students from outside the area. The scholarship shall be renewable provided students remain in good academic standing.

Frank J. and Helen H. Hayes Scholarship

The Frank J. and Helen H. Hayes Scholarship was endowed at Marist College by Professor Emerita Helen M. Hayes and her husband Joseph Regh, a member of the Class of 1967, in honor of Helen's parents. This scholarship is awarded annually to a sophomore, junior, or senior student majoring in Computer Science based on academic achievement and financial need. Recipients are invited to apply for a renewed award provided they continue to meet awarding criteria.

Professor Helen M. Hayes Scholarship

The Professor Helen M. Hayes Scholarship was established at Marist by Helen's husband, Joseph Regh '67, in recognition of her dedication and devotion to teaching. The Professor Helen M. Hayes Scholarship provides financial assistance to sophomore, junior, or senior students majoring in computer science based on academic achievement and with financial need. Scholarship awards are renewed providing the recipient continues to meet the awarding criteria and remains in good academic standing.