Colman – Marvin Scholarship

The Colman–Marvin endowed scholarship is available for full-time students attending the College of Saint Benedict, a national leading women’s Catholic liberal arts college in St. Joseph, MN. Daughters of regular, full-time employees of the Marvin Companies are eligible for this four-year scholarship. The annual scholarship amount for 2013 was $12,500.

Frank and Margaret Marvin and their daughters, Ginny Marvin and Katy Marvin Kirchner, established this scholarship to honor the service and commitment of the Marvin employees. The scholarship is named in recognition of the significant contributions to the college of Sister Colman O’Connell, OSB, who devoted her career to the college and formed a lasting and meaningful relationship with the Marvin family.

The College of Saint Benedict, located in St. Joseph, MN, designs programs to meet the needs and aspirations of young women, emphasizing women’s leadership and a personal development profile that includes intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and physical development.

For over 100 years, its values-based and value-added residential liberal arts education has provided the framework for fulfilling lives of disciplined inquiry and leadership in careers devoted to the professions, public life, and service to others.

To Apply:

The application for this scholarship is part of the admissions process at the College of Saint Benedict. This scholarship applies to daughters of Marvin company employees from all locations. One new scholarship is awarded annually and renewed each year. For more information, please contact Karen Backes, Dean of Admissions, by phone: 800-544-1489 or by email: