Purdue Stamps Scholars enroll in the Honors College in addition to their home disciplinary college.
Purdue Stamps Scholarship
Purdue University is proud to be one of a select group of partner colleges and universities affiliated with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation to provide not only scholarships to high-achieving undergraduate students, but also assist in providing access to a variety of academic enrichment opportunities. Thanks to the generosity of Roe and Penny Stamps, Purdue established the Stamps Scholarship in 2011, with the first awardees beginning their enrollment in the fall semester. At Purdue, students who are selected to participate in the Stamps Scholars Program are among the country’s top students, distinguishing themselves academically and as leaders in their communities.
Intrigued by the Stamps Scholars? They have been quite busy with service projects, research and study abroad. Read our newsletter to meet this year’s graduating class and see how the scholars spent their year.
Front row, left to right: Allison Murray, Graduate Stamps Advisor, Hannah Basham, Brandon Wells, Mary Mulligan, Emma Alexander, Claire Lee, Kristen Frohning, Katherine Lin, Erica Colarusso, Jennifer Liu, Lauren Primer, Barbara McAnulty, and Theresa Saenz
Back row, left to right: Catharine Patrone, Stamps Advisor, Savannah Woods, Emily Grimm, Nicolas Morales, Eric Buedel, Jana Mudrock, Kai Strubel, Daniel Shyu, Peter Boyd, Beau DeLaet, Sam Albert, Kyle Massa, Mikaela Meyer, Sarah Rodenbeck, and Marly Beck
At Purdue, the Stamps Scholarship covers the full educational costs of a bachelor’s degree and provides up to $10, 000 enrichment funds to cover expenses for summer research internships, professional academic conferences to present research posters, Purdue study abroad programs and unpaid internships or co-ops. Learn more about the Stamps Foundation here.
Admission Process for the Stamps Scholarship
Purdue University uses the Common App for admission purposes. To qualify as a Purdue candidate for the Stamps Scholarship, a student must:
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
- Apply for admission to Purdue West Lafayette as an entering first-year student by November 1.
A preliminary holistic evaluation of Purdue candidates will be based upon their admissions application and a select number of students will be invited to apply for several of Purdue’s prestigious merit awards, including the Stamps Scholarship.