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Our Scholars Are The Best!

Since 2007, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute has awarded over $1.3 Million in scholarships for Seton Hall University students. To apply for scholarships please visit our scholarship page. To learn more about our scholars and the latest news on the Institute, please visit our news page

The Institute celebrates and congratulates our 2020-2021 Joseph & Carmen Ana Scholarship Cohort.

  • Kimberly Sanchez, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Renee Wint, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Melissa Velasco, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Claudia Romani, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Priscilla Febus, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Essence Williams, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Stephanie Martinez, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Kelsey Contreras, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Claudia Romani, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Alejandro Cubillos, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Nolan Polanco, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Saul Martinez, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Selam Woldegerima, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Terence Fritzky, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Angelina Gonzalo, College of Arts and Sciences, MPA Program
  • Brandon Vazquez, College of Arts and Sciences, MPA Program
  • Nicholas Hernandez, College of Communication & the Arts 
  • Carina Castagna, College of Communication & the Arts 
  • Franchesko Anicama, College of Communication and the Arts 
  • Shanice Bedford, College of Communication and the Arts 
  • Michael Pacheco, College of Communication & the Arts 
  • Kassandra Griffin, Stillman School of Business 
  • Mariam Elmiligi, Stillman School of Business 
  • Mark Francis Mabalatan, Stillman School of Business 
  • Jimmy Bedoya, Stillman School of Business 
  • Diamond Vasquez, Stillman School of Business 
  • Alyssa Mar, Stillman School of Business 
  • Berire Goncuoglu, Stillman School of Business 
  • Santiago Cabrera, Stillman School of Business 
  • Juliette Linares, College of Education & Human Services  
  • Vanessa Fiscal, College of Education & Human Services  
  • Jaylen Henderson-Pena, College of Education & Human Services  
  • Juliette  Linares, College of Education & Human Services  
  • Maite Arocena, College of Education & Human Services  
  • Kelly Veronsky, College of Education & Human Services 
  • Kelsey Harris, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Brittney Segura, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Daniela Maquera Sardon, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Milencia Saintus, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Yessica Leonardo, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Sara Vasquez, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Lydia Soto, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Danyeris Lopez, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Laura Rogers, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Danilo Lopez, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Melanie Pacheco, School of Diplomacy & International Relations 
  • Natalia Rosario, College of Communication and the Arts
  • Feven Kebede, College of Nursing
  • Kristel Domingo, College of Nursing