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Marcus Aaron II '50 P80 Scholarship.

Established in 2009 during the Aspire Campaign by the Aaron Family in honor of Marcus Aaron II '50 P80.

William and Ethel Funk Abbotts Scholarship.
Founded in July 1958 by William Abbotts, Class of 1911.

Janet Ackley, Class of 1984, Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by family and friends.

Allen R. Adler Scholarship.
Established in 1996 by Allen R. Adler, Class of 1967.

Julius Ochs Adler Scholarship.
Founded in 1938 by Julius Ochs Adler, Class of 1914.

Stanley L. Adler, Class of 1915, Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by the bequest of Stanley Leon Adler, Class of 1915.

John Girard Agar Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1914 in memory of Classmates who died 'in the Nations service' during World War I.  John Agar died in the line of duty in France on October 21, 1918.

Stephen Ailes, Class of 1933, Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by friends and associates of Mr. Ailes in his honor.

John W. Aitken Scholarship.
Founded in 1921 by John Aitken, Class of 1901, in memory of his father, John W. Aitken, Class of 1869.

Rami al-Dura/Sami Abu Jazar Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by J. Michael Mahoney ‘51 in memory of Rami al-Dura and Sami Abu Jazar, two youths who were killed during Israeli-Palestinian crossfire in September-October 2000.

Dr. Roger G. Alexander, Jr., Class of 1944, Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2006 by William R. Soons, Class of 1944.

Charles Claflin Allen Endowed Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by Charles Claflin Allen, Class of 1945.

Edward R. Allen, III, Class of 1982, Family Financial Aid Fund. 
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Edward R. Allen, III, Class of 1982.

Frederick Warner Allen 1894 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1943 by Mrs. Ethel Winthrop Allen in memory of her husband Frederick Warner Allen, Class of 1894.

John Sinnickson Allen, Class of 1904, Scholarship.
Established in 1966 by the bequest of John Sinnickson Allen, Class of 1904.

John A. '72 and Raluca V. Allison Financial Aid Fund. 
Established in 2007 by John and Raluca Allison during the Aspire Campaign.

Dwight Merwin Allyn, Class of 1940, Scholarship.
Established in 1981 through the bequest of Dwight M. Allyn.

Wilson S. Arbuthnot Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1939 by friends in memory of Wilson S. Arbuthnot, Class of 1887.

John G. Armstrong ’03 and Edward M. Armstrong ’04 Scholarship.
Founded in 1925 by a bequest from John G. Armstrong, Class of 1903, for students from Michigan and Maryland.

John G. Armstrong ’03 and Edward M. Armstrong ’04 Scholarship
Founded in 2006 by the bequest of Mrs. Edward M. Armstrong W’04, for students from Connecticut and New York.

H. Brewster Atwater, Jr. ’52 Scholarship.
Established in 1995 in honor of H. Brewster Atwater, Jr., Class of 1952, recipient of the Dickinson Prize in Philosophy, University term trustee from 1981 to 1985, and Chairman of the Board, General Mills, Inc. from 1981 to 1995.

John Baird Atwood, Class of 1905, War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in memory of John Baird Atwood, Class of 1905, who died in action on September 28, 1918 in France during World War I.

Norman R. and Margareta E. Augustine Scholarship.
Established in 1991 by Margareta E. and Norman R. Augustine, Class of 1957, Graduate School Class of 1959.

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Campbell Elias Babcock War Memorial Scholarship. 
Founded in 1920 by Charles M. Jamison, Class of 1891, in memory of his classmate, Campbell Elias Babcock,  who died in service, 21 June 1917, at Winnetka, Illinois.

Susan Bacher Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Fred Bacher, Class of 1956, in memory of his daughter.

Edgar B. Bacon Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by the bequest of Edgar B. Bacon.

Ida Boffey Bacon Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by the bequest of Mrs. Ida Boffey Bacon, the widow of Edgar B. Bacon. 

Morris Bacon Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by the bequest of Edgar B. Bacon. 

George O. Bailey, Class of 1919, Scholarship.
Established in 1966 by Mrs. George O. Bailey in memory of her husband George O. Bailey, Class of 1919.

Baird Scholarship.
Established in 1965 by the gift of the Baird Family Fund. 
 
Matthew Baird III ’24 *25 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by J. Michael Mahoney ’51. 

Alfred T. Baker Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1920 by Alfred T. Baker, Class of 1885, in memory of Hobart A. H. Baker, Class of 1914.

Charles Dabney Baker, Class of 1913, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the University, honoring one of the twelve members of the Class of 1913 who died in service during World War I.  Baker died of wounds he received in action on September 12, 1918.

Hobart Amory Hare Baker Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1924 by Percy R. Pyne, II, Class of 1903, and members of the Class of 1914 in memory of Hobart A.H. Baker, Princeton's legendary athlete and World War I hero. A member of the Class of 1914, 'Hobey' led the famed 141st Aero Pursuit Squadron in France. He was killed while testing a newly repaired plane on December 12, 1918.

Harold P. Baker Scholarship.
Founded in 1954 by the bequest of Harold P. Baker, Class of 1904. 
 
James A. Baker, III, Class of 1952, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1987 by gifts from friends and associates in honor of James A. Baker, III. 
 
John D. Baker II ’70 Scholarship.
Established in 2004 by John D. Baker II, Class of 1970.

Robert H.B. Baldwin Class of 1942 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2007 by Robert H.B. Baldwin Class of 1972 during the Aspire Campaign.

Horatio Biglow Ballard Scholarship.

Founded in 1940 by Mrs. Edward L. Ballard in memory of her son, Horatio Biglow Ballard, Class of 1929.

J. William Barba Scholarship.

Established in 1998 by Mrs. J. William Barba, widow of J. William Barba, Class of 1945.

Ralph Austin Bard ’06 and Mary Spear Bard Scholarship.

Originally established in 1976 as a student loan fund by Ralph A. Bard, Jr. ’33, George M. Bard, Janet Bard Johnson, and Katharine Bard Manulis in memory of their parents, and converted to a Scholarship in 1992.

Darwin Eugene Bardwell War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1918 in honor of Darwin Bardwell who died in the line of duty at St. Louis, Missouri, on June 19, 1918 during World War I.

Fred De Merritte Barker Memorial Scholarship .
Established in 1926 by the Class of 1899 in memory of their only classmate to be killed in action in World War I.

Barr Scholarship.
Established by the bequests of John W. Barr, Jr., Class of 1885, and J. McFerran Barr, Class of 1916. 
 
Jesse Albert Barrett Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1997 by the family and friends of Al Barrett, Class of 1964. 
 
Gloria Barron Scholarship for Environmental Studies.
Established in 1990 by Thomas A. Barron, Class of 1974, in honor of his mother, Gloria Barron. 
 
Noel Bassett Scholarship.
Founded in 1915 with a gift by friends of the late Noel Bassett, Class of 1911, and increased in 1921 by his father, William Robert Bassett.

Rice Bassett Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of Rice Bassett who died in service during World War I, in the line of duty on October 9, 1918, in foreign waters.

Dan Bavosa Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by J. Michael Mahoney ’51 in memory of his friend Dan Bavosa.

John Bayard Scholarship . Founded in 1922 by the bequest of J. Henley Smith, Class of 1863, in memory of the Honorable John Bayard, Trustee of the College, 1778–1807.

Gordon T. Beaham III '53 Scholarship Fund.
Established by classmates and friends, in honor of Gordon T. Beaham III, in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign.

William Rodgers Beal Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the gift of James H. Beal in memory of his son, William R. Beal, Class of 1918.  

Julian B. Beaty ’06 Family Endowed Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by the Beaty family in memory of Julian B. Beaty, Class of 1906.

William Hamnett Beatty Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of William Hamnett Beatty who died in World War I while serving in the Naval Reserve at Cape May, New Jersey, on October 9, 1918.

John C. Beck, Class of 1953, Scholarship.
Established in 1999 by the PRINCO Board of Directors in honor of John C. Beck, Class of 1953, and his many years of loyal dedication and service for his alma mater.

T. Edmund Beck ’26 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1994 by T. Edmund Beck, Class of 1926, and family.

John Van Doren Bedinger Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1926 by the Class of 1907 in memory of their classmate, John Van Doren Bedinger, who died while in service during World War I in England, October 20, 1918.

Fanny E. and Joseph D. Bedle, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1975 by the bequest of Josephine Bedle in memory of her parents, for undergraduate and graduate aid. 

Bruce A. Beery, Class of 1952, Scholarship.
Established by Bruce A. Beery, Class of 1952. 

Howard T. Behrman Scholarships in the Humanities.
Established in 1989 by the bequest of Dr. Howard T. Behrman, friend of the University.

Alexander Brown Bell Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1921 in memory of their classmate, Alexander Bell, who died during World War I of pneumonia at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital on October 25, 1918.

James E. Bell Family Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by James and Constance Bell in honor of their long-time friend and devoted Princetonian, Frank A. Petito ’36. 

Robert A. Bendheim '37 Fund.
Established in 2011 by the estate of Robert A. Bendheim, Class of 1937 to provide assistance to students in the Bendheim Center for Finance.

Robert Granger Benson War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1919 by the late R.D. Benson in memory of his son. A member of the Class of 1915, Robert Benson died in the line of duty in France on October 27, 1918.

Morris Berg, Class of 1923, Scholarship.
Established in 1976 in honor and memory of Morris Berg, Class of 1923, by his sister, Miss Ethel Berg. 

Berger Family Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by Brian L. and Jody Locker Berger P06.

Ruth L. Berkelman ’73 and David M. Taggart ’73 Financial Aid Fund.
Established by Ruth L. Berkelman '73 and David M. Taggart '73 and awarded for the first time in 2002. 
 
Michael E. Berman, Class of 1935, Scholarship.
Established in 2010 by Alice Berman in honor of her husband Michael E. Berman, Class of 1935.

Andrew T. Berry '62 Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2012, during the Aspire Campaign, by classmates, friends and family in memory of Andrew T. Berry, Class of 1962.

George Whitefield Betts, Jr. Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by the bequest of George Whitefield Betts, Jr., Class of 1892. 
 
William Lyman Biddle Memorial Scholarship.
Founded anonymously in memory of William Lyman Biddle, Class of 1874. 
 
F. Tremaine Billings, Jr., Class of 1933 Fund.
Established in 1986 by F. Tremaine Billings, Jr., Class of 1933.

Wallis C. and Clinton W. Bird Memorial Fund.
Established in 1967 by the bequest of Marjorie W. Bird in memory of her husband, Wallis C. Bird, and of her husband’s father, Clinton W. Bird, for undergraduate and graduate aid. 
 
Charles C. Black Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 under the will of Helen Newbold Black in memory of her husband. 
 
Anthony Groverman Blake, Class of 1959, Scholarship.
Established in 1961 as a memorial by his parents, Groverman Blake, Class of 1927, and Katharine Blake, and through the bequest of his uncle, Richard Blake, Class of 1928. 
 
Blavin & Company (Paul W. Blavin/Michael Spalter) Financial Aid Fund.
Established in 2006 by Blavin & Company, Inc. 
 
Ada E. and Dwight B. Blossom Scholarship.
Founded in 1930 with a bequest under the will of Ada E. Blossom. 
 
Edith and Eugene Blout Scholarship.
Established in 1977 by the bequest of Eugene Blout.

Kenneth Voris Blue Memorial Scholarship.
Established by theClass of 1916 in honor of Kennith Voris Blue who died October 12, 1918 of wounds received in action in France during World War I.

Arthur Bluethenthal War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1918 by the bequest of Arthur Bluethenthal, Bluethenthal was killed in action during World War I while serving with the Lafayette Escadrille on June 5, 1918.

W. Michael Blumenthal Family Fund for student aid.
Established in 1983 by Dr. W. Michael Blumenthal *56, Trustee Emeritus, and his family to benefit both graduate and undergraduate students. 
 
Bodman Foundation Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by the Bodman Foundation of New York. 
 
Bogle Brothers Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by John Bogle, Class of 1951, in honor of his brothers, William Yates and David Caldwell Bogle. 
 
Fanny Butcher Bokum Scholarship.
Established in 1987 by the bequest of Fanny Butcher Bokum for the benefit of “a promising young writer.”

Doctor Boldt Scholarship.
Established in 1949 under the will of Hermann J. Boldt in memory of his son, Hermann J. Boldt, Jr., Class of 1914, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Hermann St. John Boldt Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1914 in memory of Hermann St. John Boldt who died 'in the Nation's service' during World War I in action in France on July 20, 1918.

Joseph L. Bolster, Jr. ’52 Scholarship.
Established in 1988 by John J.F. Sherrerd '52, a longtime trustee, in recognition of Joseph L. Bolster’s devotion and exceptional service to the Class of 1952.

Cornelius Bond '56 Scholarship in Engineering.
Established by Cornelius Bond, Class of 1956, in 1997.
 
Harold Bott '55 Scholarship Fund. 
Established by Harold Bott, Class of 1955, in 2005 during the Aspire Campaign.
 
Robert R. Bowie ’31 Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by Robert R. Bowie, Class of 1931.

A. Smith Bowman Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1960 by A. Smith Bowman, Jr., Class of 1927, and E. DeLong Smith, Class of 1934, in memory of their father.

Thomas D. Boyatt, Class of 1955, Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by an anonymous member of the Class of 1955 in recognition of Thomas D. Boyatt’s service to the University and his Class.

Morris Stanley Boyer War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1915 in honor of Morris Stanley Boyer who was killed in action in France, October 12, 1918 during World War I.

Douglas MacPherson Brady, Class of 1965, Scholarship.
Established in 1993 by friends of Douglas MacPherson Brady, Class of 1965.

Gertrude Brady and Laura Jones Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by the bequest of Laura G. Jones.

Sara and Bruce H. Brandaleone ’62 Family Scholarship.
Founded in 1999 by Bruce Brandaleone, Class of 1962.

Carl F. Brauer ’32 Student Aid Fund.
Founded by Constance McChesney Brauer in memory of her husband Carl F. Brauer, Class of 1932. 
 
A. H. Brawner Scholarship.
Founded in 1921 by Mrs. Ella F. Brawner in honor of her son, A. H. Brawner, Jr., Class of 1921. 
 
Samuel Dwight Brewster Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1920 by Mrs. Samuel Dwight Brewster in memory of her husband.

Wrestling Cabot Brewster, Class of 1913, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the University to honor his service in World War I, Wrestling Cabot Brewster was commissioned First Lieutenant of Ordinance in the Army.  He fell victim to the influenza epidemic, and he died of pneumonia on October 8, 1918.

Robert Bridges Scholarship.
Founded in 1927 by the legacy of George Ledlie, Harvard Class of 1884, in the name of his friend, Robert Bridges, Class of 1879. 
 
Peter L. Briger, Class of 1956, Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Peter L. Briger, Class of 1956. 
 
Frankland Briggs, Class of 1898, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1967 by the will of Charlotte R. Loeffelhardt in memory of Frankland Briggs, Class of 1898. 
 
Roberts W. Brokaw ’04 Scholarship.
Established in 1981 under the terms of a bequest by Roberts W. Brokaw. 
 
Arnold S. Broudy, M.D. Scholarship.
Established in 1982 during A Campaign for Princeton by Arnold S. Broudy, M.D., Class of 1967. 

Dr. David D. Brough Scholarship.
Founded in 1948 by the bequest of Louise M. J. Brough in memory of her brother, Dr. David D. Brough, Class of 1888. 
 
Brown Family French Student’s Scholarship.
Established in 1993 by William Gardner Brown, Class of 1964, and his family. 
 
Alex Brown Partners Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1982 by the Princeton alumni partners of the investment banking firm, Alex. Brown & Sons. 
 
Andrew H. Brown Scholarship.
Established in 1929 by the bequest of Andrew H. Brown.  

John A. Brown ’43 Scholarship.
Established in 2002 by the Brown family in memory of John A. Brown, Class of 1943, who died in 1995.  

R. Manning Brown, Jr., Class of 1936, Scholarship.
Established on Alumni Day 1985 by alumni, family, friends, colleagues, and organizations in honor of R. Manning Brown ’36, Trustee of the University for 22 years.  

William E. Brown ’51 Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by Mr. Brown, president of the Class of 1951, and his wife, Sally, to be awarded to an undergraduate in the School of Engineering and Applied Science. 
 
William Henry Brown Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1925 by George Herbert Brown in memory of his father.  

Eric Brünnow Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of Eric Brünnow of that Class.  

Lisa N. Bryant ’93 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1994 by Wilbert and Emily Bryant in memory of their daughter Lisa Nicole Bryant, Class of 1993.  

Chalmers K. and Gladys D. Bryce Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by the bequest of Chalmers K. and Gladys D. Bryce.  

John G. Buchanan, Jr., Class of 1938, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1974 by his widow, Mrs. James A. Pearson.  

Percy H. Buchanan, Class of 1917, Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by Peter T. Buchanan, Class of 1956, in honor of his father.  

Azra Buljubasic Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by J. Michael Mahoney, Class of 1951, in memory of Azra Buljubasic, the twelve-year old victim of Serbian shelling in Sarajevo in May 1995.

Harold Kidder Bulkley Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1919 by the late Edwin M. Bulkley in memory of his son, Harold, who died in the line of duty in England on February 18, 1918, one of the first Princeton casualties of World War I.

Benjamin Bullock III Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1919 in memory of Benjamin Bullock, III, a recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross who was killed in action in France on September 29, 1918, during World War I.

Allison Williams Bunkley Memorial Fund.
Founded in 1951 by friends of Professor Allison Williams Bunkley, Class of 1946.

Josiah and Aubrey Reeves Bunting Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1966 by the will of Madeleine M. Starr, widow of Aubrey Reeves Bunting, Class of 1909, in memory of Josiah and Aubrey Reeves Bunting, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

William H. Burchfield Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1938 by William H. Burchfield, Class of 1902.

Wiley Haralson Burford Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of Wiley H. Burford, a member of the Class of 1916, who died in service in France on February 14, 1918, during World War I.

Charles R. Burke ’45 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by Charles R. Burke, Class of 1945.  

Edward T. Burke, Class of 1922, Scholarship.
Established in 1977 by the bequest of Mrs. Lillian M. Burke in memory of her husband, Edward T. Burke, Class of 1922.  

Donald Hogue Burnett Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1996 by the bequest of Donald Hogue Burnett, Class of 1952.  

Edward M. Burnett Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1948 under the will of Edward M. Burnett.  

Findley Burns, Jr. ’39 Student Aid Fund.
Founded by Findley Burns, Class of 1939.

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Lambert Cadwalader, Class of 1905, Scholarship.
Founded in 1965 by Emma W. Cadwalader and Emma Lambert Cadwalader Bunker in memory of their husband and father, Lambert Cadwalader, Class of 1905.  

Peter A. Cahn Memorial Scholarship.
The first scholarship for female students at Princeton. Established in 1969 as a memorial to Peter A. Cahn, Class of 1969, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Cahn, Jr., members of his family, and friends.

Thomas James Caine War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1915 to honor Thomas James Caine who died September 28, 1918, of pneumonia at Shirley, England, while serving as a private with the 32nd Service Company, Signal Corps during World War I.

Leslie G. Caldwell Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1951 by friends in memory of Leslie G. Caldwell, Class of 1923, and Leslie G. Caldwell, Jr., Class of 1947.  

Robert H. Caldwell, Class of 1945, Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by Robert H. Caldwell, Class of 1945.  

Thomas F. Callaghan Scholarship. 
Established in 2000 by Kevin T. Callaghan, Class of 1983, in honor of his father.   

Peter Callanan and Harry E. Battin Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the Callanan Road Improvement Company in memory of Peter Callanan, father of James Reid Callanan, Class of 1923, and in memory of Harry E. Battin, M.D., father of Harry E. Battin, Jr., Class of 1924, and William C. Battin, Class of 1930.  

James Etheridge Callaway Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1935 by Mr. and Mrs. Merrel P. Callaway, William, Henrietta, and Mary, in memory of their son and brother, James Etheridge Callaway, Class of 1935.  

Brodnax Cameron ’18 Scholarship.
Created in 2000 by Brodnax Cameron, Jr., Class of 1943, in memory of his father, Brodnax Cameron, Class of 1918.  

Charles F. Campbell (1916-1982) Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by the bequest of Charles F. Campbell.  

Tyler Campbell, Class of 1943, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S. Campbell in memory of their son, Tyler Campbell, Class of 1943.  

Mahlon Campfield Scholarship.
Founded in 1917 with a gift received from the estate of Mary C. Campfield.  

Henry Mathews Canby Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by W. C. Spruance, Class of 1894, in memory of Henry Mathews Canby, Class of 1895. 
 
William H. Cane Scholarships.
Founded in 1948 by the bequest of Lillian Cooper Cane, and supplemented by the bequest of William H. Cane.  

Gary T. Capen Family Scholarship for International Women.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Gary T. Capen, Class of 1959.

Stuart Carkener II War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of their classmate, Stuart Carkener, who was killed in action in France on July 22, 1918, during World War I.
 
Clyde M. Carr Scholarship.

Founded in 1920 by Mr. Clyde M. Carr of Chicago.

Henry A. Carr ’31 Endowed Scholarship.
Established in 1994 by Mrs. Nina Bondurant in memory of her first husband, Henry A. Carr, Class of 1931.

Jesse Benedict Carter, Class of 1893, War Memorial Scholarship.   
Established by the Class of 1893 in memory of their classmate, Jesse Benedict Carter, who died in Red Cross Service during World War I at Cervignano, Italy, on July 20, 1917. 

Laurence Roberts Carton 1907 Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the bequest of Laurence Roberts Carton, Class of 1907.  

Edwards T. Casebolt Scholarship.
Established in 1981 by the bequest of Edwards T. Casebolt, Class of 1901.  

Walter Cerf *41 Scholarship Fund in memory of Maitland Dwight, Jr. ’37 *41. 
Established by the bequest of Walter Cerf *41 in memory of Maitland Dwight, Jr. '37 *41.  

Walter Cerf *41 Scholarship. 
Established by the bequest of Walter Cerf *41.

Cyrus Foss Chamberlain Scholarship.
Established by members of the Class of 1910 in memory of their classmate, Cyrus Foss Chamberlain, who was killed in action in France during World War I on June 13, 1918.

George A. Chandler ’51 Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 2003 by his wife, Sally T. Chandler, and his children Nancy Chandler Kolgmeier, David G. Chandler '80, James T. Chandler '84 and Elizabeth Chandler Bell. 

Nicki M. Chandris, Class of 2006, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Mr. John D. and Mrs. Christina Chandris P'06 to benefit undergraduate students from Greece.

Joseph Jin Chang *54 Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2013 by Veronica Kim Chang in memory of her husband Joseph Jin Chang *54 to primarily support students concentrating in biology.

François Louis Chapman, Class of 1944, Scholarship.
Established in 1980 by Lisa and Gerard Regard in memory of Mr. Regard’s classmate.

Charles Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by Ms. Clare M. Muñana P09.

Buena H. and Robert M. Chilstrom '67 Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by Robert M. Chilstrom '67 P'97 P'99 and Buena Chilstrom P'97 P'99 to benefit international undergraduate students.

Stuart B. Christian, Class of 1928, Scholarship Fund. 
Founded in 2006 by the bequest of Ethel L. Christian W' 1928.

John Reid Christie, Jr. Scholarship.
Founded in 1913 from the estate of John Reid Christie, Jr., Class of 1913.

Robert E. Christie, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Established in 1936 in memory of Robert E. Christie, Jr., Class of 1915, by his classmates, family, and friends.

Phineas Prouty Chrystie Memorial Scholarship.   
Established in 1920 by the late Dr. and Mrs. Walter Chrystie in memory of their son, who enlisted in the Cavalry as a First Lieutenant at the outbreak of World War I.  He was serving as an instructor at the Fire School in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, when he was killed by an accidental explosion on February 6, 1918.

Alonzo Church 1892 Memorial Fund.
Established in 2005 by the beqeust of Mary R. Church. 

James A. Church Scholarship.
Founded in 1932 by the bequest of James A. Church, Class of 1894, for undergraduate or graduate aid.

Frank Cist, Class of 1909, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by a gift from Franklin M. Cist, the son of Frank Cist, Class of 1909. 

Anna Pearson Clapp Freshman Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 by Miss Alice J. Clapp in memory of her mother.

John H. Clapp, Class of 1902, Hibben Memorial Scholarship. Established by John H. Clapp, Class of 1902, to pay tribute to Princeton's 14th President John Grier Hibben.

John Martin Clapp Freshman Scholarship.

Founded in 1937 by John H. Clapp, Class of 1902, in memory of his father.

Janet Morrison Clarke '75 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by an anonymous donor in honor of Janet Morrison Clarke '75 upon her retirement as Charter Trustee of the University.

Benjamin Coates, Class of 1939, and Prince Fumitake Konoe, Class of 1938, Memorial Fund.
Established in 2009 by the Rodney Corporation during the Aspire Campaign to benefit undergraduate students from Japan.

Garrett Cochran, Class of 1898, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1926 by the Class of 1898 in memory of their classmate, Garrett Cochran, who died 'in the Nation's service' during World War I. 

Henry J. Cochran Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the bequest of Henry J. Cochran, Class of 1900.
 
Samuel Cochran, Jr. ’32 Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1980 by family, friends, and classmates of Samuel Cochran, Jr.

Arthur Herbert Coffey, Class of 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.   
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Arthur Coffey who died while in service during World War I of pneumonia on December 31, 1918, at his home in Yonkers, New York. 

Alexander and Mildred R. Cohen P'66 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 by the bequest of Jack A. Cohen, Class of 1966 in memory of his parents.

Stephen F. Cohen Scholarship in Russian Studies.
Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by Katrina vanden Heuvel '81 in honor of her husband Professor Stephen F. Cohen.

Peter A. Cohn, Class of 1927, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1984 by the Peter A. and Elizabeth S. Cohn Foundation, Inc.

Henry Moore Cohu Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1983 by the bequest of Henry W. Cohu, Class of 1917, in memory of his father. 

Rodney Burnett Cole, Class of 1952, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by J. Michael Mahoney, Class of 1951, in honor of Rodney Burnett Cole. 

Howard P. Colhoun ’57 Family Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by Howard P. Colhoun, Class of 1957, with a preference for undergraduate students who excel in one discipline, i.e. engineering, but choose to reach and take classes in less familiar disciplines, i.e. history, music, psychology, etc. 

Maurice Kirby Collette Scholarship.
Founded in 1954 by Mrs. Cora M. Collette in memory of her son, a member of the Class of 1943.

Samuel Harriot Compton, Class of 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Samuel Compton, who died in service during World War I of pneumonia in France on February 11, 1919.

William H. Congleton, Class of 1942, Scholarship.
Established in 1985 by William H. Congleton, Class of 1942, and his wife, Margaret E. Congleton.

Conner Family Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2009 during the Aspire Campaign by F. William Conner '81.

Harry J. Connolly ’06 Scholarship Fund.

Established in 1990 by the bequest of Caroline Connolly in memory of her husband, Harold, for undergraduate or graduate aid.

James Sprague Conrad Scholarship.

Founded in 1945 by the bequest of Mrs. Ida Sprague Conrad in memory of her husband, James S. Conrad, Class of 1903.

John H. Converse and John Williams Converse Scholarships.

Two scholarships founded in 1904 by John H. Converse. Tony Conway Scholarship. Founded in 1944 by Mrs. W. P. Conway in memory of her son, W. P. Conway, Jr., Class of 1936.

Charles Ferguson Cook Memorial Scholarship. 
 
Established by the University in memory of Charles Cook an alumni of the Graduate School who died in service during World War I of pneumonia on January 1, 1919, in New York City.

Harry Cook War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1930 by the Class of 1912. Harry Cook managed to survive through most of the war, only to be killed in a railroad collision between Paris and Tours on December 5, 1918.

Cameron M. Corse '79 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2005 during the Aspire Campaign by Edward J. Kelly, III '75 and Carita Doggett Corse '75 in memory of Cameron Murchison Corse '79 to benefit undergraduate students who participate in tennis.

Harvey Lawrence Cory, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.
 
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Harvey Cory, who was killed in action in France on September 24, 1918. 

Floyd A. Couch '51 LGBT Scholarship.
Established in 2009 by the bequest of Floyd A. Couch, Class of 1951.

Jay Coupe '62 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2006 by Patrisha Davis Coupe in memory of her beloved husband Jay Coupe '62 to primarily assist undergraduate students who are members of the Princeton Nassoons a cappella group or those majoring in music, foreign languages, politics, or the Woodrow Wilson School.

Bailey Cowan ’38 Scholarship.
Founded in 1998 by Mrs. Bailey Cowan, in memory of her husband, Bailey Cowan, Class of 1938.

Winston H. Cox, Class of 1963, Scholarship.
Established in 1999 by friends and family of Winston Hill Cox, Class of 1963. 
 
W. Bradford Craig, Class of 1938, Scholarship. 
Established by the University in memory of W. Bradford Craig, Class of 1938, former director of Undergraduate Financial Aid. 
 
Everett Lake Crawford, Jr. Scholarship.
Founded in 1919 by Everett Lake Crawford, Class of 1901, and Mrs. Crawford in memory of their son, Everett L. Crawford, Jr., and supplemented in 1966 by Mrs. Crawford. 

Harden Lake Crawford 1895 Scholarship.

Founded in 1930 by the bequest of Harden L. Crawford, Class of 1895. 
 
Clark W. Crocker Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1991 by the bequest of Marion P. Crocker in memory of her brother.

Edward Matthew Cronin, Class of 1917, War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Edward Matthew Cronin who died in service in World War I on September 12, 1918, near Gondrecourt, France.

Hanley Cross Scholarship.
Established in 1977 by the bequest of Arthur W. Graham in memory of four members of the Class of 1907: Robert M. Van Sant, John Bedinger, John Forsyth Joline, Jr., and William Vandewater. 
 
James Frederick Cross Scholarship.
Founded in 1956 by James Frederick Cross II, Class of 1906, in memory of James Frederick Cross I and James Frederick Cross III. 
 
Peter Flood Crossman, Class of 1911, Scholarship.
Established in 1977 through a trust created by Mr. Crossman, for undergraduate and graduate aid.  

Robert Lane Cruikshank, Class of 1958, Scholarship.
Established in his memory upon his death as a result of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001.

Tingle W. Culbertson War Memorial Scholarship.  
Founded by a bequest from Tingle W. Culbertson who was killed in action in France, October 4, 1918.

Wells Bradley Cumings War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1921 in memory of their classmate, Wells Cumings, who died on June 30, 1918, of wounds received in action in France during World War I.

Charles Linnaeus Cumming, Ph.D., 1916 Scholarship.
Established in memory of Charles L. Cumming who received his doctorate from Princeton in 1916. This is one of the many scholarships created in memory of Princetonians who died 'in the Nation's service' during World War I.

Hester Browne Cummings Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by Tilden Cummings, Class of 1930, in memory of his wife.  

Tilden Cummings, Class of 1930, Scholarship.
Established in 1972 by Judge and Mrs. Isidore Brown and their sons, Howard J. Brown, Class of 1946, and Roger O. Brown, in honor of Tilden Cummings.  

Guernsey Curran, Class of 1902, Scholarship.
Established in 1957 by Mrs. Guernsey Curran in memory of her husband.  

Orville Platt Curran, Jr. Class of 1892, Scholarship.
Established by the late Mrs. Henrietta M. Curran in memory of her husband.

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Franklin W. D’Olier, Class of 1898, Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by Mrs. E. Esty Stowell in honor of her father.

Angelo and Yolanda Dallepezze Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by Mr. and Mrs. John Dallepezze, Class of 1965, in honor of John’s parents, Angelo and Yolanda.

Donald and Dorothy C. Danforth Scholarship.

Established in 1986 by Dorothy C. Danforth, widow of Donald, Class of 1920.

John E. Daniel, Class of 1970, Memorial Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by classmates and friends in memory of John E. Daniel '70 to benefit undergraduate students from Yonkers.

Roderic H. Davison ’37 Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of George Dell, who died in service during World War I of wounds received in action in France.

Ewing A. DeMange, Class of 1945, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by the bequest of Ralph C. DeMange, father of Ewing, Class of 1945.

Charles Denby, Class of 1922, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1984 in memory of Charles Denby ’22 by his wife, Rosamond R. Denby, and by his son, Peter Denby, Class of 1951.

Amy W. deRham Scholarship in memory of Chiu-An Wang, MD.  

Established in 2000 during the Anniversary Campaign by Amy W. de Rham '79 in memory of her father Chiu-An Wang MD.

DeRose Family Class of '83 Scholarship.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Alan DeRose '83.

Benjamin Cyrus Detchon Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1910 in memory of Benjamin Cyrus Detchon who died in service during World War I on February 26, 1919 in France.

Richard R. Deupree, Jr., Class of 1936, Scholarship Fund.
Established by Richard R. Deupree, Jr., Class of 1936 to assist undergraduates from Southwestern Ohio.

Elise Casey De Witt and John Riegel De Witt Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by bequests from John De Witt, Class of 1904, and his wife, Elise, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Malcolm L. Diamond Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established by Peter L. Rossiter, Class of 1970, in memory of the late professor of religion and first Master of Stevenson Hall.

Robert Dickey, III/Carmeuse Corporation Scholarship.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by the Dravo Corporation (now Carmeuse Corporation) in honor of Robert Dickey, III, ’39, President of the company since 1964.

Hamilton Maynard Dickinson, Class of 1919 Memorial Fund.
Established in 1999 by the bequest of Hamilton M. Dickinson, Class of 1919.

Hunt T. Dickinson Scholarship.
Established in 1967 by a legacy from Hunt T. Dickinson, Class of 1922.

Paul and Ricarda J. Didisheim Scholarship Fund.  
Established in 2006 by Paul Didisheim '50 and Ricarda J. Didisheim during the Aspire Campaign, with a preference for international students or members of minority groups underrepresented at Princeton, regardless of gender.

Elizabeth S. Dillinger Scholarship.
Founded in 1954 by the bequest of Elizabeth S. Dillinger.

John I. Dixon, Class of 1948, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1984 by Frank A. Dixon, Class of 1920, in memory of his son, John.

William Boulton Dixon Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1915 in honor of William Boulton Dixon who was killed in action in France, October 17, 1918 during World War I.

Samuel Bayard Dod Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the bequest of Isabel G. Dod in memory of her father, Dr. Samuel Bayard Dod, Class of 1857, Charter Trustee from 1882 to 1907.

Clarence Dodge, Jr. ’36 Family Endowed Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1994 by Clarence Dodge, Jr., Class of 1936, and his wife.

Edward C. Doll, Class of 1925, Scholarship.
Established in 1985 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Edward C. Doll, Class of 1925.

Charles W. Donahoe, Class of 1917, Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1985 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Henry T. Donahoe, Class of 1953, in memory of his father.

Helen Donnaldson Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by the bequest of Helen Donnaldson.

James C. Donnell II, Class of 1932, Scholarship.
Established in 1978 by the gift of James C. Donnell II, and subsequently enlarged by a trust fund created by Mr. Donnell in 1982.

Donnelly Scholarship.
Established in 1970 by bequests from Charles and Berthania Donnelly.

Samuel R. Dorrance ’41 Endowed Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by his wife, Frances, in recognition of his devotion to Princeton and all it offered.

Arthur LeGrand Doty Scholarship.
Established in 1937 under the will of Arthur LeGrand Doty.

Meredith Loveland Dowd Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1918 in memory of Meredith Dowd who died in service during World War I on October 26, 1918.  While on patrol alone he encountered four German planes which he daringly attacked. He fought with skill and bravery until shot down by one of the German planes in France. 

Julian Noyes Dowell Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1916 in honor of Julian Noyes Dowell who died in service during World War I in France on May 2, 1918.

Jay Downer, Class of 1904, Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1951 by Virginia Downer van Benthem van den Bergh.

W.E.B. DuBois Scholarship.
Established in 2004 by the bequest of an Albert  P. Delacorte, Class of 1935.

Joseph Miller Duff War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in tribute to Joseph Miller Duff who died in service during World War I. He joined the Army as a Private soon after war was declared. He was killed in action in France on October 10, 1918.

Edward D. Duffield Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1939 by his classmates and friends in memory of Edward D. Duffield, Class of 1892, Trustee of the University 1920–38.

James and Martha Duffy Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 by James H. Duffy, Class of 1956, and his wife, Martha.

John S. and Mary R. Dunning, Class of 1858, Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by a bequest from John C. Dunning, Class of 1899.

Maitland Dwight 1911 National Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1940 by Mrs. Maitland Dwight and members of the Class of 1911 in memory of Maitland Dwight, Class of 1911.

William Dwight ’25 Scholarship Fund.
Founded in 1987 by Newspapers of New England in honor of William Dwight ’25.

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James Suydam Eadie War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1910 in memory of James Suydam Eadie who died in service during World War I in France on February 26, 1919.

Dr. A. Ford Eastman '01 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 1998 during the Anniversary Campaign by Samuel E. Eastman, Esq. '44 in honor of his father Dr. A. Ford Eastman, Class of 1901.

Otto Eckstein '51 Scholarship for Economics Majors. 
Established in 2007 by Mrs. Harriett Eckstein to enable talented concentrators in Economics.

R. Condit Eddy Class of 1880 Scholarship.
Established in 1954 by the bequest of R. Condit Eddy, Class of 1880.

Helen and Carl Egner, Class of 1910, Scholarship.

Founded in 1965 by Helen and Carl Egner, Class of 1910, and enlarged by their bequests in 1981.


Henry Sidney Ehret, Jr. War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of classmates who died in service during World War I, in an automobile accident in Miami, Florida on December 31, 1918.

Lester Eisner, Jr., Class of 1934, Scholarship.
Established by Mrs. Lester Eisner, Jr., in 1993.

James Galt Elder War Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1918 in memory of James Elder who died in service during World War I in France on July 31, 1918.

William Michael Elkins Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by James A. Elkins, Jr., Class of 1941, and Mrs. Elkins in memory of their son, William Michael Elkins.

Samuel Elliott Scholarship.
Founded in 1920 by the Estate of Samuel Elliott.

Charles and Sandi Ellis Scholarship.
Established in 1999 by Charles Ellis, Class of 1957, and his wife, Sandi.

Edward Elsworth, Jr. War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by members of the Class of 1911 in memory of their classmate, Edward Elsworth, Jr. who enlisted in the Army at the outbreak of World War I as a first lieutenant of engineering. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and died in action in France on October 20, 1918.

Samuel Webster Elwood War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of Samuel Elwood who died in service during World War I.

John R. Emery ’52 Scholarship.
Established in 1988 by John J.F. Sherrerd '52, a longtime trustee, in recognition of John R. Emery’s devotion and exceptional service to the Class of 1952.

Edward H. Ernst Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1934 by the Princeton Alumni Association of Cincinnati in memory of Edward H. Ernst, Class of 1882.

Etherington Phillips Exeter Academy Scholarship at Princeton University.
Founded in 1947 by the late Sandford G. Etherington, Class of ’06 and supplemented by Sandford G. Etherington ’39, his wife Rhea R. Etherington and their son William F. Etherington ’68.

Murray Carlton Evans War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1915 in honor of Murray Carlton Evans who was killed in action in France, 7 August 1918 during World War I.

Dorothy E. Everline Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1954 by friends in memory of Dorothy Everline, Assistant Director of the Bureau of Student Aid from 1935 to 1953.

John Kennedy Ewing IV Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 by John Kennedy Ewing III, Class of 1924, and Caroline McFadden Ewing in memory of their son, a member of the Class of 1953.

Nathaniel Ewing Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1919 by William K. Ewing, Class of 1904, in memory of his father, the Hon. Nathaniel Ewing, Class of 1869.

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