Brother John Lavelle, C.S.C. College Scholarship
The Brother John Lavelle College Scholarship empowers young adult students to excel at pro-life leadership and activism, helping to build up the culture of life amongst high school seniors and college students in our community in a powerful way. Each year, one exemplary pro-life student leader is honored with a $500 cash scholarship to be put toward expenses incurred while continuing education. The award will be presented at the Respect Life Prayer Dinner this year.
Brother John Lavelle, C.S.C., was a tireless advocate for the pro-life cause at Notre Dame in the 1970s and 1980s. His work with college students inspired countless young people to carry on his mission.
The Brother John Scholarship is open to all graduating high school seniors and current college students.
Please click on the link below and apply for the 2020 scholarship by April 30th, 2020.
2019 Recipient of the Brother John Lavelle, C.S.C. Scholarship
Marissa Parker is a nursing student at IU South Bend and an active member of River of Life Family Church in South Bend. Marissa continually advocates for the unborn through legislative action and by making a concerted effort to educate her peers on life issues. She works on community outreach and research for her church, and ministers to the sick of the church. Marissa plans on serving as a nurse practitioner, and has pledged to always share life affirming values and resources with her patients. She is also committed to refusing to prescribe RU-486.