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Esfandiar Kamvar P'99 P'02 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2007 by Sepandar D. Kamvar '99 in honor of his father Esfandiar Kamvar.

Simin S. Kamvar P'99 P'02 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2007 by Sepandar D. Kamvar '99 in honor of his mother Simin S. Kamvar.

Kaye Scholarship.
Founded in 1911 by the bequest of John William Kaye, Class of 1874, in memory of his father and mother, Thomas and Lucy Kaye.

John P. Kayser, Class of 1971, Scholarship. 

Established in 2003 by John P. Kayser, Class of 1971 for international students. 

Patricia J. Kazmaier ’86 Scholarship Fund. 

Established in 2004 by the Kazmaier family in memory of Patricia J. Kazmaier, Class of 1986. 

John Henry Keener Scholarship.

Founded in 1927 by the Class of 1897 in memory of John H. Keener of that class, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Albert Keep, Class of 1928, Scholarship.

Established in 1975 through the bequest of Albert Keep, Class of 1928.

George W. Kehr Scholarship.

Established in 1968 by the bequest of George W. Kehr, Class of 1901.

Dennis J. Keller, Class of 1963, Scholarship. 

Established in 2003 by the gifts of family and friends in honor of Dennis Keller's 60th birthday.

Paul J. Kellner Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kellner P’91 in honor of Mr. Kellner’s father, Paul.

Louis P. Kelly, Jr., Class of 1951, Scholarship.

Established in 1986 by the bequest of Louis P. Kelly, President of the Class of 1951, and by the gifts of classmates, family and friends.

Kemper Family Scholarship.

Established in 1991 by the Kemper Family in honor of Mrs. Dorothy Jannarone Kemper ’72 and Mme. Julie Ann Kemper Foyer ’78.

John C. Kenefick, Class of 1943, Scholarship.

Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by classmates, friends and family in honor of John C. Kenefick ’43, Princeton Trustee.

Kennedy Scholarship.
Founded by the gift of Miss Rachel Lenox Kennedy in memory of the first ten presidents of the University.

Norman L. Kennedy ’34 Scholarship.

Founded in 1997 by his wife, Doris S. Kennedy, in honor of her late husband, Norman L. Kennedy, Class of 1934.

Edward Bowne Kenyon Scholarship.

Founded in 1919 by the bequest of Job Kenyon in memory of Edward Bowne Kenyon, Class of 1895.

Nelson Townley Kenyon Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of Nelson Townley Kenyon who died in service during World War I on November 9, 1918, of wounds received in France.

Keroden Endowed Fund at Princeton University. 
Established in 2004 by an anonymous donor in memory of Richard T. Henshaw Jr., Class of 1934; David H. Winton, Class of 1936; Richard I. Purnell, Class of 1940; and Edwin L. Knetzger Jr., Class of 1946.

Irving and Charles Kessler Memorial Scholarship.
Established in October 1974 by the bequest of Helen F. Kessler in memory of Irving Kessler and Charles Kessler, her husband and brother-in-law.

John F. Kidde Student Aid Fund.

Established in 1987 by the bequest of John F. Kidde, Class of 1926.

Kidder, Peabody & Company Scholarship.

Established in 1976 by Kidder, Peabody & Company.

William W. Kilworth Scholarship.

Established in 1966 by the will of William W. Kilworth, M.A. 1902.

Leonard S. Kim ’85 Scholarship. 
Established in 2005 by family, friends and classmates of Leonard S. Kim, Class of 1985.

Harold Kimball Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1919 by Walter D. Kimball, W. Irving Kimball, Miss Grace L. Kimball, and Mrs. Emily C. Richards in memory of their brother, Harold Kimball, Class of 1909.

Craig Alexander Kimmel Scholarship.
Established in 1967 by Caesar P. Kimmel in memory of his son.

Ralph P. Kinder, Class of 1926, Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by the bequest of Rebecca Turner Kinder in memory of her husband, Ralph P. Kinder.

Henry B. Kirkland, Class of 1924, Scholarship.
Established in 1977 by the bequest of Marjorie Hervey Kirkland in memory of her husband.

Andrew J. Kirkpatrick, Class of 1923, Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by the bequest of Andrew J. Kirkpatrick, Class of 1923.

Robert Ogilvie Kirkwood, Class of 1897, Scholarship.
Established in 1965 by the will of Elizabeth S. Kirkwood in memory of her father, Robert Ogilvie Kirkwood, Class of 1897.

Jesse C. Kline Scholarship.
Founded in 1933 by Jesse C. Kline.

Lynn C. Klotz Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by Lynn C. Klotz, Class of 1965.

William L. Knapp, Class of 1947, Scholarship.

Established by Mr. Knapp in 1984 before his death and increased afterwards by the gifts of family, friends, and associates.

Edwin L. Knetzger Scholarship.
Established in 1979 by Edwin L. Knetzger, Jr., Class of 1946, in honor of his parents.

Frederick W. Kolb '09 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1998 by the bequest of Frederick W. Kolb, Class of 1909.

Tilghman Koons '46 Undergraduate Financial Aid at the Woodrow Wilson School. 

Established in 2005 by the estate of Tilghman B. Koons '46 to assist undergraduate students in the Woodrow Wilson School.

Maxwell Hillegas Kratz 1899 and Richard Drake Kratz ’69 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by John V. and Nancy P. Kratz in memory of Maxwell H. Kratz 1899 and Richard Drake Kratz ’69.

Albert P. and Aileen E. MacCourtney Krosse P'72 Scholarship Fund. 
Established by Mark A. Krosse '72 to honor his parents' commitment to and sacrifices for the education of their 12 children.

Selvete and Miradije Kukaj/Zyjnete Avdiu Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by the generous gift of J. Michael Mahoney, Class of 1951, to honor the courage and memory of these three young women who died tragically in the mountains of Kosovo in 1999.

Norman D. Kurtz '58 Scholarship Fund.  
Established in 2007 by Mrs. Helen M. Kurtz in honor of her husband Norman D. Kurtz '58.

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Vaden Lackey Family Fund.
Established in 1987 by Vaden Major Lackey, Jr., Class of 1950.

Ladra Family Scholarship.
Established in 1997 by Kathryn M. and Michael A. Ladra, Class of 1971.

John A. LaGrua '52 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2015 by the bequest of John A. LaGrua, Class of 1952, to assist students who have shown courage and determination in the face of great adversity, and a growing maturity by demonstrating an awareness of the world around them, so as to be worthy of a Princeton education and such a scholarship.

Lai Family Foundation Scholarship. 
Established in 2009 by the Lai Family Foundation during the Aspire Campaign in recognition of Thomas Lai, Class of 1999.

Edward Jules Lamarche War Memorial Scholarship.
 
Established by the Class of 1915 in honor of Edward Jules Lamarche who died in line of duty in Germany (American Army of Occupation) July 12, 1919.

Rogers Sullivan Lamont Scholarship.
Founded in 1942 in memory of Rogers Sullivan Lamont, Class of 1920, by his partners in the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell.

Lawrence Dean LaMonte, Class of 1896, War Memorial Scholarship.   
Established by the Class of 1896 in memory of Lawrence Dean LaMonte, the only member of the Class to die in service in World War I on July 13, 1916, of wounds received in action in France.

Gilbert H. Lamphere, Class of 1974, Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by a gift from Gilbert H. Lamphere, Class of 1974.

Wilmer Moyer Landis, Class of 1913, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the University in honor of Wilmer Moyer Landis, who was gunned down by a German sniper in France, November 10, 1918 during World War I.

William N. Lane, Class of 1939, Scholarship.
Established in 1978 by William N. Lane, Class of 1939.

Harry Hill Langenberg, Class of 1900, Scholarship.
Established in 1983 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Oliver M. Langenberg ’35 in memory of his father.

Henry F. Langenberg Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 by Harry H. Langenberg, Class of 1900, in memory of his father, Henry F. Langenberg.

Oliver M. Langenberg '35 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2012 by the bequest of Oliver M. Langenberg, Class of 1935.

Margaret Bellamy Langfitt '83 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2015 by Margaret Bellamy Langfitt, Class of 1983.

John A. Larkin 1913 Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1949 by the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, Inc., in memory of John A. Larkin, Class of 1913.

Lieutenant John A. Larkin Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1945 by Mr. and Mrs. John A. Larkin as a memorial to their son, John Adrian Larkin Jr., Class of 1944, who was killed in action in Germany, 10 April 1945.

Wilson C. Laucks Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1951 by Robert B. Laucks, Class of 1945, in memory of his father, Wilson C. Laucks.

John D. Laupheimer Scholarship.
Established in 2001 by John J. F. Sherrerd ’52 in recognition of his classmate and close friend for more than 50 years, John D. Laupheimer ’52, for his loyalty to Princeton and to his class.

Lawrenceville-Princeton Scholarship.
Founded in 1936 by Lawrenceville-Princeton Alumni.

Charles H. Leach Scholarship Fund for Special Needs Students. 
Founded in 2005 by the Charles H. Leach Foundation.

Harold H.W. Lee Scholarship.
Established in 1997 by Anthony H.P. Lee, Class of 1979, in memory of his father, Harold H.W. Lee.

James Lee-Hubert Kearsley Reese, Jr., Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1948 by the Princeton Alumni Association of Memphis in memory of James Lee, Class of 1943, and Hubert K. Reese, Jr., Class of 1940.

Jan and Susanna Lee P’01 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2006 by Walter G. Lee, Class of 2001 in honor of parents.

James Hennen Legendre Scholarship.
Founded in 1947 in memory of James Hennen Legendre, Class of 1914, by his brothers, Armant Legendre, Class of 1921, John Morris Legendre, Class of 1925, and Sidney Jennings Legendre, Class of 1925.

Willie and Ethel Leggett Financial Aid Fund.

Established in 2003 by Christopher Leggett, M.D.

John H. Leh, Class of 1921, Scholarship.
Established in 1997 by the bequest of Mrs. John H. Leh in memory of her husband.

Orin Lehman Scholarship.
Founded in 1963 by Orin Lehman, Class of 1942.

Roy Sweisford Leidy Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1918 in memory of Roy Leidy who died in service in World War I in action near Cunel, France, three weeks before the Armistice, on October 20, 1918.

Carrie Scott Leitch and Robert Ingram Leitch 1907 Scholarship.
Established in 1953 by Robert I. Leitch, Class of 1907, and Mrs. Leitch.

Lenox Scholarship.
Founded by the gift of James Lenox, Trustee of the College from 1833 to 1857.

Leone-Perkins Family Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by Mr. Douglas Leone and Mrs. Patricia Perkins-Leone P12.

Leschly Family Scholarship Fund.
Established by Mr. Jan Leschly and Dr. Lotte Leschly.

Leslie and Richards Charitable Scholarship Fund.
Established by the bequest of James “Leslie” Lesley, Class of 1759, of New York in 1792, and by the bequest of Mrs. Esther Richards of New York in 1790.

David Leventritt ’35 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 by the bequest of David Leventritt, Class of 1935.

Merton D. and Sylvia Levey Scholarship.
Established in 2014 by the bequest of Sylvia Levey.

Marshall P. Levine '92 and Rachael C. Levine '00 Scholarship.
Established in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by Marshall P. Levine, Class of 1992 and Rachel C. Levine, Class of 2000.

Herbert Lewis '47 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1996 by the bequest of Herbert Lewis, Class of 1947.

Richard N. Lewis ’95 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2005 by Richard N. Lewis, Class of 1995.

Li Ka Shing Scholarship Funds.
Two scholarship funds established by the Li Ka Shing Foundation in 2009 during the Aspire Foundation to assist undergraduate women, one of whom is from the People's Republic of China.

Li Ming Scholarship.
Concurrently established with scholarships at eight other institutions in 1968 by a bequest of Li Ming to benefit students of Chinese descent or nationality.

Lieblich Scholarship.
Established by Daniel Parke Lieblich, Class of 1938.

Lindmor Scholarship.
Founded in 2004 by an anonymous donor, and awarded annually to women athletes.

Alfred S. C. Ling Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by his children in memory of their father.

Sally Lipper Scholarship.
Established in 1993 by the Kenneth and Evelyn Lipper Foundation in honor of Mr. Lipper’s mother, Sally Lipper.

Elliotte Robinson Little ’25 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1997 by Mrs. Elliotte Little in memory of her husband.

Frank Hoyt Little and Tacey May Little Scholarship.
Established in 1956, by the bequest of Frank Little, for one or more awards annually.

Halsted and Ruth Archbald Little Scholarship.
Established by the bequests made in 1981 and 1986 by Halsted “Jigs” Little, Class of 1901, and by his wife, Ruth Archbald, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Stephen Knox Little Scholarship.
Supported since 1935 by the gift of Maryella Robinson Little in memory of her son and endowed by her bequest in 1956.

William E. Little, Jr., ’63 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by William E. Little, Jr., Class of 1963, to benefit minority students.

Douglas Marshall Littleton Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1921 in memory of their classmate, Douglas Marshall Littleton, who died in France during World War I of pneumonia on January 2, 1919.

Robert Bruce Livie, Jr. Class of 1941, Scholarship.
Established in 1989 by the bequest of Annette M. Livie, in memory of her son, Robert B. Livie.

Charles Lockhart Scholarship.
Established in 1922 by James H. Lockhart, Class of 1887, in memory of his father, Charles Lockhart.

Robert E. Gross–Lockheed Aircraft Scholarship.
Founded in 1963 by the Lockheed Leadership Fund in memory of Robert E. Gross, founder of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation.

Gene Locks ‘59 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by Gene Locks, Class of 1959.

James D. Loebl 1948 Scholarship.
Established in 1973 by Steven J. Hirsch, Class of 1917, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his son-in-law’s graduation.

Chris and Angie Long '97 S97 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2012 during the Aspire Campaign by Chris and Angie Long '97 S97.

Mahlon Long Scholarship.
Founded in 1904 by the Rev. George Wells Ely in memory of his step-father, Mahlon Long, Class of 1839.

Edward J. Lord, Class of 1947, International Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1992 by Edward (Ned) B. Goodnow in memory of his classmate and roommate Ted Lord ’47.

Edward J. Lord, Class of 1947, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Lord in memory of their son, Edward, who was killed in action in the Philippines during World War II.

Martin B. Louis ’56 Scholarship.
Established in 1994 by Martin B. Louis, Class of 1956.

Donold B. Lourie Scholarship.
Established in 1966 by the Quaker Oats Company in honor of Donold B. Lourie, Class of 1922 and Chairman of the Board, The Quaker Oats Company.

Jon B. Lovelace Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Jon B. Lovelace, Class of 1950.

Barbara L. and V. Theodore Low, Class of 1926, Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by V. Theodore Low, Class of 1926, on the fiftieth anniversary of his graduation from Princeton.

Walter J. Lowrie, Jr., Class of 1890, Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by the bequest of Mrs. Walter J. Lowrie.

Alan Wood Lukens, 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, Alan Wood Lukens was killed in action in France, September 29, 1918.

Jaywood Lukens, Class of 1930, Scholarship.
Established in 2007 by Jane H. Lukens W'30 in memory of her husband to benefit students in the Department of Mathematics.

Charles W. Lummis Scholarship.
Established in 1974 by the estate of Charles W. Lummis.

Helen K. Lummis Scholarship.
Founded in 2003 by the bequest of Helen K. Lummis.

Wallace Blauvelt Lydecker, Class of 1901, Scholarship.
Founded in 1945 by Mrs. Lydecker in memory of her husband, Wallace Blauvelt Lydecker, Class of 1901.

John B. Lynch, Class of 1913, Scholarship.
Founded in 1964 by John B. Lynch, Class of 1913.

Lyon Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1965 by the bequest of Natalie V. Mabey in memory of her brothers, Charles ’00, Harry ’01, and Chester ’05.

Chester A. Lyon, Class of 1905, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by the bequest of Florence Lyon in memory of her husband.

Scott Harrison Lytle Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 in memory of Scott Harrison Lytle, Class of 1911, by his friends and classmates. He was awarded the New York State Conspicuous Service Cross with the following citation: 'During the operations before the Hindenburg Line east of Ronssoy on September 29, 1918, this soldier continued to advance although wounded, with great courage and coolness until killed by a burst of machine gun fire. His wonderful display of fearlessness proved an inspiration to his comrades.'

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Alan M. MacCracken '30 Fund.
Established in 1998 by the bequest of Alan M. MacCracken, Class of 1930.

John Harland MacCreadie Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of John MacCreadie who died in service during World War I at Lawrence, Massachusetts, on December 7, 1918.

Clan MacLeod Student Aid Fund of the Dunvegan Foundation.
Established in 1985 by the gift of Alexander C. McLeod, Class of 1956, through the Clan MacLeod Society of the Dunvegan Foundation.

Edward A. MacMillan, Class of 1914, Scholarship.
Established in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by Edward A. MacMillan, Class of 1904 to benefit students in Civil Engineering.

Charles V. Maddux ’05 Scholarship.
Established in 1974 by the estate of Charles V. Maddux, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Professor Burton G. Malkiel *64 Financial Aid Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by Professor Michael E. Porter '69 P11 in honor of Professor Burton G. Malkiel *64.

Malkiel-Sonneborn Undergraduate Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign in honor of Scott Andrew Sonneborn '93, Jonathan Porter Malkiel '95 and his wife Whitney Rogers Malkiel '94, and Bradley Adam Sonneborn '98 and his wife Julia Sun-Joo Lee '98 by Dean Nancy Weiss Malkiel.

Mandelbaum Scholarship.
Established in 1983 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by David M. Mandelbaum, Class of 1957.

David and Sheila Manischewitz Scholarship.
Established in 1989 by Sheila and David Manischewitz, Class of 1959.

George Williamson Mann, Class of 1872, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1943 under the will of Mrs. George W. Mann in memory of her husband, George Williamson Mann, Class of 1872.

Richard Leytze Manz, Class of 1955, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by Mr. and Mrs. Otto W. Manz, Jr. as a memorial to their son, Richard Leytze Manz, Class of 1955.

Dorathea W. Mapletoft Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2001 by the bequest of Robert S. Mapletoft '22 *24.

William Marburg of A. Scholarship.
Established by the bequest of William Marburg of A. in 1952, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

James E. Marcuse, Class of 1926, Scholarship.
Established in 1984 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by James E. Marcuse, Class of 1926.

Arthur Margulis '85 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by Arthur S. Margulis, Jr., Class of 1985.

Markham Family Memorial Fund.
Established in 1995 by J. Thomas Markham.

Arthur W. Marks, Class of 1919, Scholarship.
Established by a bequest from Arthur W. Marks, Class of 1919 for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Herbert E. Marks, Jr., Class of 1933, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1993 by Herbert E. Marks, Jr., Class of 1933, with a preference for students studying economics.

William H. Marshall Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1956 by the Princeton Club of Wisconsin in memory of William H. Marshall, Class of 1917.

C. Frederick Martin ’16 Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by C. Frederick Martin, Class of 1916, shortly before his death.

Paul C. Martin 1898 Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1941 by Mrs. Paul C. Martin in memory of her husband, Paul C. Martin, Class of 1898, Trustee of the University, 1926–40.

Josephine Dean Mathey Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1927 with a gift by Louis A. Mathey in memory of his wife, Josephine Dean Mathey.

Watt Matthews-Lambshead Scholarship.
Established in 1992 by friends and family of Watt Matthews, Class of 1921.

Henry E. Mattison Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 in memory of Henry E. Mattison, Class of 1897, by his classmate, Archibald A. Gulick.

Thomas F. Maurice ’39 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1994 by the bequest of Thomas Fowler Maurice, Class of 1939.

Donald C. May Jr. and Helen B. May Scholarship Fund.
Established by the bequest of of Helen May in memory of her husband Donald C. May, Jr. *41.

Dolores McCaffery Endowed Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1995 by her son Michael G. McCaffery, Class of 1975.

Jake McCandless ’51 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2005 by classmates and former Princeton football players to honor Coach McCandless’ dedication to Princeton football and the many young men he coached. 
 
McCarthy Family Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by Paul M. McCarthy Parent 2000.

Michael P. McCarthy, Class of 1959, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2005 by the bequest of Michael P. McCarthy, Class of 1959.

Nathaniel H. & Esther S. McCartney Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1985 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Robert C. McCartney, Class of 1956, in memory of his parents.

Charles Arbuthnot McClintock Scholarship.
Established in 1967 by Charles A. McClintock, Class of 1907.

Frank Junior McConnell Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of their classmate, Frank McConnell, who was killed in action in France on July 22, 1918, during World War I.

William Orr McConnell Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the University in honor of William McConnell, instuctor of modern languages at Princeton, who died in service during World War I he died on July 21, 1918, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross posthumously.

Herbert McCord Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 by the Class of 1902.McCormick Scholarship.
Established by the bequest of Estelle McCormick in honor of her husband Gordon McCormick '17 *22.

Doctor Andrew J. McCosh Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1910 by the gift of Mrs. Alexander Maitland in memory of her brother, a member of the Class of 1877.

Wilfred Hawthorne McCracken, Class of 1922, Scholarship.
Established in 1975 by the bequest of Albert G. McCracken in memory of his brother.

Henry F. McCreery ’37 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 by Henry McCreery, Class of 1937.

Gordon McCulloh, Class of 1921, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by a gift from Mrs. Gordon McCulloh in memory of her husband, Gordon McCulloh, Class of 1921.

John F. McCune ’52 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by an anonymous donor in recognition of John F. McCune, Class of 1952.

Edward D. McDougal and Edward D. McDougal, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by Edward D. McDougal, Jr., Class of 1918, and David B. McDougal, Class of 1919, in memory of their father, Edward, and augmented by the bequest of David in memory of his brother.

William Leonard McEwan, Jr. Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1920 in memory of William McEwan, Jr. who died in service during World War I on January 13, 1919, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

John F. McGillicuddy '52 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by M. Cabell Woodward, Jr., Class of 1951 in memory of John F. McGillicuddy, Class of 1952.

John A. McGinley Scholarship.
Founded in 1916 from the residuary estate of John A. McGinley, Class of 1858, and contributions of friends.

Curtis W. McGraw, Class of 1919, Scholarship.
Established in 1977 in memory of Curtis W. McGraw by members of his immediate family.

James H. McGraw Scholarship in Engineering.
Founded in 1948 by the bequest of James H. McGraw.

Robert P. McGraw '76 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by the bequest of William H. McGraw in honor of his nephew Robert P. McGraw, Class of 1976.

Robert G. McIlvaine ’97 Scholarship.
Established in 2001 in loving memory of Robert G. McIlvaine ’97 by family and friends.

Frank G. McKelvy ’04 and William Graham McKelvy ’39 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1960 by the bequests of Mrs. Frank G. McKelvy and William Graham McKelvy, Class of 1939.

Morgan W. McKinzie, Class of 1993, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1995 by gifts from the family and many friends of Morgan W. McKinzie, Class of 1993, in his memory.

Charles McKnight and Kenneth Crampton Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1946 by Colonel Robert W. McKnight, Class of 1919, and Mrs. McKnight in memory of their son, Charles McKnight, Class of 1947, and of their son-in-law, Kenneth Crampton, Class of 1943.

John D. McLanahan, Class of 1916, Scholarship.
Established in 1983 at the suggestion of Mr. McLanahan’s son, Bruce, by a bequest from the estate of his mother Mrs. Margaret Janeway McLanahan.

McLean Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 by the gift of Frances G. McLean in memory of her son, Emerson O. McLean, Class of 1922.

James Hammond McLean, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1920 by James Hammond Mclean, Class of 1901, and Mrs. McLean, in memory of their infant son, James Hammond McLean, Jr.

Warden McLean Scholarship. 
Established in 1919 by the late William L. McLean in memory of his son, a member of the Class of 1912, Warden McLean enlisted as a reserve Lieutenant when World War I was declared. On June 29, 1917, he died of shock and internal injuries resulting from a horsing accident. 

Elizabeth Meriwether and Norman Roosevelt McLure Scholarship Fund in Engineering.
Established in 1938 by the Class of 1904.

Charles McMillan Scholarship.
Established in 1923 by Frank Calvin Roberts, Class of 1883, in recognition of the services of Professor Charles McMillan, Professor of Civil Engineering, 1875–1914.

Robert C. McNamara, Class of 1903, Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by Robert C. McNamara, Class of 1903, and his son, Donald, Class of 1932.

John C. McPherson ’29 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by John C. McPherson, Class of 1929.

Chester Ford McSpadden ’26 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1987 by the gift of Chester F. McSpadden, Class of 1926, to assist students of the Woodrow Wilson School.

Theresa Nugent McSweeney Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by a bequest from Theresa N. McSweeney, aunt of James N. Allan, Class of 1943.

John McWilliams Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by John McWilliams, Jr., Class of 1901, in memory of his father, John McWilliams.

Equan B. Meader Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1983 by Equan B. Meader, Class of 1935.

Christian A. Meissner, Class of 1990, Scholarship.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Christian A. Meissner '90.

Dean Howard Menand, Jr. ’36 Scholarship.
Established in 1996 by Dennis M. Love, Class of 1978, in honor of his former professor and mentor, Dean Howard Menand, Jr., Class of 1936. 

Merrick Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by Mrs. Eleanor D. Merrick in honor of her son, Herbert D. Merrick, Class of 1939.

Clinton V. Meserole, Class of 1898, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1952 in memory of Clinton V. Meserole, Class of 1898, by his wife, Mrs. Clinton V. Meserole, and their four children.

William Chambers Meyers Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the bequest of James Cowden Meyers, Class of 1891, in memory of his brother, William Chambers Meyers, Class of 1901.

Miao Family Scholarship.
Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by Lawrence S. Miao '86 and his wife Kana Muraki.

Michael Fund.
Established in 1979 through a trust created by Benjamin Michael, Class of 1913.

William G. Michaelson ’59 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1992 by Joyce R. Michaelson, trustee of the E.F. Robbins Charitable Trust, in memory of her husband.

Francis Armstrong Middleditch Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1918 in memory of Francis Middleditch who died 'in the Nation's Service' during World War I on April 6, 1919.

Peter T. Milano and Christine M. Milano Scholarship Endowment.
Established in 1996 during the Anniversary Campaign by Peter T. and Christine M. Milano.

Thomas Henry Miles, Jr., Class of 1917, War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Thomas Miles who died in service in World War I in France, June 26, 1918.

Charles Roberts Miller Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by Mrs. Roswell Miller in memory of her son, Charles Roberts Miller, Class of 1922.

Franklin Miller Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by J. Michael Mahoney ’51 in memory of Franklin D. Miller, former Green Beret and Vietnam War Hero.

George Norton Miller, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.  
Founded in 1919 by the late Dr. George Norton Miller in memory of his son. A member of the Class of 1910, George Miller, Jr., died in service while serving in the American Army of Occupation in Germany on March 27, 1919, after World War I.

Lewis and Jean Miller Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1983 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Lewis A. Miller, Class of 1949.

Marshall Philo Miller Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1911 in memory of Marshall Philo Miller who died in action in France on October 10, 1918, during World War I.

William Wilson Miller, Class of 1951, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by the gift of Walter B. Kissinger, Class of 1951, in memory of his Princeton roommate, William Wilson Miller, and supplemented by contributions from members of the Class of 1951.

Rand A. Mirante, Class of 1970, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by John J.F. Sherrerd '52, a longtime trustee, in recognition of Rand's devotion to Princeton and the Class of 1970.

James McCormick Mitchell, Class of 1894, Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by a bequest from Lavinia A. Mitchell in memory of her husband, James McC. Mitchell, Class of 1894.

Reverend Samuel S. Mitchell Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1949 under the will of James McC. Mitchell, Class of 1894, in memory of his father.

Mixsell Scholarship in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering.
Established in 1988 by the bequest of Donald Mixsell, Class of 1915.

George M. Modlin *32 Scholarship.
Established in 1984 by S. Kirk Materne, Jr., a longtime friend and admirer of Dr. Modlin, Chancellor of the University of Richmond.

MOK Kwai Ping and CHAN Sau Geun Scholarship.
Established in 2013 by Dr. Margaret Wu P94 P97 in memory of her parents and in honor of her sons Herman Poating Wu '94 and Bryan Poaning Wu '97.

Molson Family Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by members of the Molson family, direct descendents of John Molson, founder of Molson Breweries in Montreal, Canada.

Andrew P. Monroe, Class of 1911, Scholarship.
Established in 1966 by the Class of 1911 and increased by a bequest from Andrew P. Monroe, Class of 1911, and a gift from his son, Andrew P. Monroe, Jr., Class of 1945.

Charles R. Moore ’56 Scholarship.
Established in 1999 by Charles R. Moore, Class of 1956.

Anna and G. Mason Morfit '97 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2009 during the Aspire Campaign by G. Mason Morfit '97.            

Minot C. Morgan, Jr. ’35, Scholarship.
Established in 1979 by family and friends in honor of Princeton’s first director of undergraduate financial aid.

Walter L. Morgan ’20 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1992 by Walter L. Morgan, Class of 1920.

W. Frank Morris ’29 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1992 by the bequest of W. Frank Morris, Class of 1929.

Wistar Morris War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by friends and classmates of Wistar Morris, Class of 1919, who was killed in action in France on September 29, 1918, during World War I.

Harry Steele Morrison, Class of 1905, War Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the University in 1930, one of three scholarships honoring members of the Class of 1905 who died in service during World War I, Morrison died in line of duty in civilian war service at Washington, D.C., 14 January 1918.

Jeffrey A. Moss ’63 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by the bequest of Jeffrey A. Moss, Class of 1963.

Mary Pivirotto Murley Scholarship.
Established in 2001 by Princeton Trustee Robert Murley '72 in honor of his wife Mary Pivirotto Murley, Class of 1976, in honor of her 25th Reunion.

Robert S. Murley ’72 and Richard R. Pivirotto ’52 Scholarship.
Established by Mary Pivirotto Murley ’76 on the occasion of their 25th and 45th reunions in recognition of the on-going legacy both men have inspired in their own families, the Princeton family and the broader community where they live and work.

Franklin Murphy, Jr. 1895 Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 from the estate of Mrs. Harriet Long Murphy in memory of her husband.

Murray Family Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by Kenneth Murray, Class of 1960 and his family. The scholarship is to be awarded first to any qualified student whose parents are employed by Wells Fargo Corp. and its affiliates. If there are no such eligible students, then to any other eligible students.

Walter Rue Murray Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the University in memory of Walter Rue Murray an alumni of the Graduate School who died 'in the Nation's Service' during World War I, while on active duty at Nogent near Chateau Thierry.

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John J. Nagorniak '66 P97 and Jill H. Nagorniak S66 P97 Scholarship.
Established through a Charitable Remainder Unitrust in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by Mr. John J. Nagorniak '66 P97.

Horace D. Nalle ’44 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2000 by Edwin N.B. Nalle '76 and other members of his family in honor of his father.

William Bryan Nash II Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1952 jointly by the Princeton Club of Plainfield and Surrounding Communities, and Philip W. Nash, Class of 1929, in memory of his son, William Bryan Nash II, Class of 1955.

Elise and Walter Naumburg Scholarship.
Established in 1961 by the bequest of Mr. Naumburg, Harvard Class of 1889.

John Harry Neilson, 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, John Harry Neilson died in service in France, July 11, 1918.

Harry H. Neuberger Scholarship.
Established in 1971 by bequest of H. H. Neuberger, Class of 1917.

A. Bruce Neuman, Class of 1963, Scholarship.
Established in 1980 by the gift of A. Bruce Neuman.

John Verplanck Newlin War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of their classmate, John Newlin, who died on August 5, 1917, of wounds received in the line of duty in France during World War I.

Clarence Egberts Newman, Class of 1896, Scholarship.
Founded in 1964 by the bequests of Clarence Egberts Newman, Class of 1896, and Evelyn Newman, his sister.

Russell B. Newton, Jr. ’48 Scholarship.
Established in 2003 by Russell B. Newton, Jr., Class of 1948.

Thomas Nichol, Jr., Class of 1933, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1980 by the bequest of Thomas Nichol, Jr.

Charles Walter Nichols Scholarship.
Founded in 1964 by the bequest of Charles Walter Nichols.

Nicholson Family Scholarship.
Established in 2009 during the Aspire Campaign by the bequest of C.B. Harman Nicholson, Class of 1942.

Nimick Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1922 through a family trust in memory of William K. Nimick, Class of 1919, and continually increased since 1980 by the gifts of Thomas M. H. Nimick, Jr., Class of 1945, in memory of his father, Thomas M. H. Nimick, Class of 1915.

Peter M. Nomikos ’53 Scholarship Fund for International Students.
Founded in 1998 by Peter M. Nomikos, Class of 1953.

Edwin Mark Norris 1895 Scholarship.
Established in 1989 by the gift of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kerr ’32 *35 in honor of Mrs. Kerr’s father, Edwin Mark Norris.

John Seth Norton Scholarship.
Founded in 1934 by the bequest of Mrs. Isabel D. Norton in memory of her husband.

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James F. Oates, Jr., Class of 1921, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by the Equitable Life Assurance Society and by family and friends in memory of James F. Oates, Jr., ’21 former chief executive officer of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States and Princeton Trustee Emeritus.

Robert Ober, 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, Robert Ober was killed in action in France, 13 October 1918.

Robert C. Ochsner ’61 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2000 to honor Robert C. Ochsner.

Michael Thomas O’Donoghue Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1911 in honor of O'Donoghue, who was killed in action during World War I in France on October 4, 1918.    

Offensend Family Scholarship for Study Abroad.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by Janet Mawsdley Offensend '78 and David G. Offensend '75 to support students who participate in semester study abroad programs.

Laurie and Andy Okun Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by Laurie and Andrew M. Okun.

John R. Oldham Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by David Michaelis, Class of 1979, to honor the public service and spirit of his roommate, John Rochester Oldham, Class of 1979.

Elkins Oliphant, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Elkins Oliphant, who was killed in action in France on October 18, 1918, during World War I.

S. Stanhope Orris Fund.
Established in 1905 by the bequest of S. Stanhope Orris, Class of 1862, Professor of Greek, 1878-1902, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Viola and Howard Osborn Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by a bequest from Howard Osborn in memory of his parents, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Courtlandt Otis Scholarship.
Established in 1949 by Courtlandt Otis, Class of 1920.

D. Robert Owen, Class of 1952, Scholarship.
Established in 1981 by family and friends in memory of D. Robert Owen, Alumni Trustee of the University.

Dr. Frederick W. Owens, Jr. '35 Scholarship.
Established in 2002 by the bequest of Frederick W. Owens, Class of 1935.

Jacob H. and Kathryn Grear Oxman Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by Stephen A. Oxman, Class of 1967, in honor of his father, the late Jacob H. Oxman, and his mother, Kathryn Grear Oxman.

Stephen A. Oxman, Class of 1967, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by David Oxman, Esq., Class of 1962, in honor of his brother Stephen A. Oxman, Class of 1967.

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