Goizueta Foundation Scholarships
The Goizueta Foundation offers assistance to organizations that empower individuals and families to improve the quality of their lives through educational opportunities. The Goizueta Foundation Scholars Fund provides need-based scholarships at Marquette, which are used as annual scholarship assistance to Marquette Hispanic/Latino students whose families reside in the United States.
Roberto C. Goizueta established the foundation in 1992 to provide financial assistance to educational and charitable institutions. Through Goizueta's thoughtful philanthropic vision, the foundation supports educational programs that promote sustainable change and have a long-term impact in the community.
This scholarship is renewable each semester of a recipient's four-year (eight-semester) undergraduate program provided the recipient remain in good academic standing with their respective college. For additional program details about this award, review the applicable Award Information Guide, available from the Office of Student Financial Aid.
- Hispanic/Latino high school seniors
- Demonstrated financial need determined by filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The February 1 Scholars Programs Applicant deadline is now passed.
1. Download the Scholars Programs instructions.
This packet of materials will guide you through program requirements.
2. Apply for admission into Marquette.
You'll need to have a completed application on file to apply for scholars programs.
3. Apply for scholars programs online.
Using this link, choose "Log in" under Returning User and enter your Marquette Application Account access credentials (access information was sent to the email address you used when applying). Click "Start New Application" to begin.