Princeton's pioneering financial aid program allows students from all backgrounds and from all around the world to pursue their aspirations without being encumbered by debt.
Scholarships and Fellowships
The Eisenhart name may be familiar to those who approach campus by the Graduate College and pass through the Luther P. Eisenhart Gateway on Springdale Road. Read about a century of Princeton connections for the Eisenhart family.
Though Walker McKinney ’50 majored in economics, he loved the life sciences and made several outright gifts to Princeton in these areas. Like Holmes, he also established a charitable remainder trust.
The Allen R. Adler Scholarship, established in 1996, supports a given student for all four college years. Currently there is an Adler Scholar in each of the undergraduate classes on campus.
Walter G. Lee ’01, a software engineer at Google, is creating the Jan and Susanna Lee P01 Scholarship Fund, honoring his parents.
Several recent Princeton graduates have been honored with national, international, and University-sponsored awards. The generosity of donors made their Princeton experiences possible and helped pave the way for post-graduate pursuits.