Carol Christopher ’55 Devoted Her Life to Teaching Music and Providing a Safe Haven for Homeless Youth

In 2013, she established the Carol Christopher Music Scholarship at Seton Hill.

“I know how important a good music teacher is in the schools,” Carol said. “I touched a lot of people’s lives if I am to believe what kids have told me.”

Read more about Carol’s career in music education, and her founding of Our House, Inc., in Go Forward Magazine.

Traditional undergraduate students at Seton Hill University are considered for both financial need-based aid and merit-based aid.

Need-based financial aid is awarded based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and includes grants, some scholarships, loans and work-study employment.

Merit-based aid, including a wide variety of scholarships, is awarded to incoming students on the basis of academic excellence, demonstrated achievement in extra-curricular activities or special talents.

The majority of our competitive financial aid packages combine need and merit-based aid.

More information on scholarships can be found on the financial aid section of our site.

All students who are accepted to the University and complete their audition for the Music Program prior to February 25 are automatically considered for all available scholarships.