The Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship and the Miami University Academic Scholars Program
In 2011, the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship was created at Miami University by the generosity of the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation. The purpose of this scholarship is to recognize and award exceptional students who exemplify leadership, perseverance, scholarship, service and innovation. This collaboration with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation funds full tuition, fees, room and board scholarships, and up to $10,000 that will support academic pursuits such as study abroad or research opportunities.
Stamps Scholars are chosen from top applicants selected for Miami’s University Academic Scholars Program. Designed for the best and brightest minds from around the globe, the University Academic Scholars Program offers the Stamps Scholars community unique opportunities to enhance their undergraduate experience. In addition to the scholarship and stipend, Stamps Scholars enjoy numerous benefits exclusive to the University Academic Scholars Program. These include invitation-only receptions with Miami University President David Hodge, mentorship by top faculty and personalized academic advising, designated study room and special borrowing privileges with the University Libraries, designated seminars with other Scholars, and unique opportunities to engage with guest speakers and lecturers.
Admission Process for the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship
Miami University uses the Common Application for admission purposes.
To qualify for the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Scholarship, first-year applicants must submit an application for admission by the December 1 priority consideration deadline. Scholars are selected from among Miami University’s most outstanding applicants by a committee of Admission staff and University faculty to become part of this premier program and are seen as the academic leaders on campus.
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For further information please visit our website at http://www.miamioh.edu/admission
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