The Romero scholarship recognizes a Boston College junior who best represents the values and ideals inherent in the life of martyred Archbishop Oscar Romero. Devotion to learning as evidence by the student's academic record and dedication to community service, both on and off campus, are the primary factors in determining the scholarship award. The student's financial need is also a consideration.


 
Jonathan Mora

2023 Archbishop Oscar Romero Scholarship Recipient

Jonathan Mora, LSEHD ’24


 
I want to contribute to the growth of students at Boston College who strive to serve the Latino community. I aspire to see other students who look like me grow and thrive at Boston College.
Jonathan Mora, LSEHD ’24

 
Kevin Lopez

2022 Archbishop Oscar Romero Scholarship Recipient

Kevin Lopez, MCAS '24


 
Understanding and learning about the experiences of the Latino community and how to better their lives in the US and other countries is essential to diminish discrimination and inequity.
Kevin Lopez, MCAS '24

Previous Recipients

2022
Mikayla Sanchez '23
Arts & Sciences

2021
Daniela Vazquez Loriga
Arts & Sciences

2020
Monica Sanchez '21
Arts & Sciences

2019
Carolina Tiru '20
Arts & Scences

2018
Jorge Mejia '19
Arts & Sciences

2017
Steven Guerrero '18
Carroll School of Management

2016
Maura Lester McSweeney '17
Arts & Sciences

2015
Ricardo Alberto '16
Arts & Sciences

2014
Francisco Bernard '15
Arts & Sciences

2015
Rosemary Concepcion
Arts & Sciences

2013
Jessica Vallejo`14
Arts & Sciences

2012
Rui Soares '13
Arts & Sciences

2011
Jesus Damian Baeza '12
Arts & Sciences

2010
George Hart '11
Arts & Sciences

2009
Jeans Santana '10
Arts & Sciences

2008
Jennifer Castillo '09
Arts & Sciences

2007
Genoveva Abreu '08
Arts & Sciences

2006
Nora D. Frias '07
Arts & Sciences

2005
Omar Gonzalez '06
Arts & Sciences

2004
Arivee Vargas '05
Arts & Sciences

2003
Stephanie Valencia '04
Arts & Sciences

2002
Gabriel Verdaguer '03
Arts & Sciences

2001
Roystone Martinez '02
School of Education

2000
Ana Godoy '01
Art & Sciences

1999
Vivian Horn '00 
Arts & Sciences

Marlene Carvajal '00
Art & Sciences

1998
Juan Arteaga '99
Arts & Sciences

Melissa Colon '99
School of Education

1997
Marielys Divanne '98
School of Education

1996
Gibran Rivera '97
Arts & Sciences

1995
Xiomara Ramos '96
Arts & Sciences

1994
Margarita Gomez '95
Arts & Sciences

1993
Fernando Pinguelo '94
Arts & Sciences
Yukmila Soriano '94
Arts & Sciences