Most Reverend Anthony Bosco VLCFF Scholarship Update
The Bosco VLCFF Scholarship is named for the Most Reverend Anthony Bosco, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Greensburg, PA, who passed away on July 3, 2013. Bishop Bosco was a staunch supporter of the VLCFF initiative. He was a much loved VLCFF Facilitator for almost ten years. E-learners appreciated the clarity he offered them, for a deeper appreciation and love for Church teachings, along with the pastoral sensitivity he offered for enriching their journey of faith. He truly was our VLCFF Bishop.
Each year a number of scholarships are made available for individuals who may be experiencing a financial need for participating in a VLCFF course, or certificate program. The scholarship primarily supports the course registration fee, not the coverage of required texts. Preference is given to persons whose dioceses are VLCFF Diocesan Partners; however, others may apply.
- Write an application letter to the VLCFF director stating one’s need for a VLCFF scholarship.
- Attach an endorsement memo, or letter from your pastor, parish ministry or diocesan leader.
- Applications for a particular cycle must be received two cycles prior to the cycle the e-course/e-seminar is offered. (Check VLCFF course calendar vlc.udayton.edu)
- Send application to:
The University of Dayton
Bishop Bosco VLCFF Scholarship
Alumni Hall 219
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469-0328
Bosco VLCFF Scholarship Donations
The VLCFF accepts financial contributions to the Bishop Bosco Scholarship Endowment to support individuals either in their diocese, the USA, or from other countries, to register for a VLCFF course or certificate program. Make checks payable to the, "Bishop Bosco VLCFF Scholarship Fund." Or to make a secure donation online CLICK HERE
Original Release Date: Feb. 2014