For North and South Carolina Residents
The Trinity Scholarships were established in 1984 through the generosity of distinguished Duke alumni to honor Duke’s origins as Trinity College in Randolph County, North Carolina. These scholarships are awarded on a rotating basis to some of the most gifted students residing in North Carolina and South Carolina. Duke has created the Trinity Scholarships with the support of its North Carolinian alumni to attract the finest students from its home state. Today, scholarships are awarded from thirteen endowments and forty-seven Trinity Scholars have graduated from Duke.
TRINITY AWARDS FOR CLASS OF 2018
In the Spring of 2014, three Trinity Scholarships will be awarded to North and South Carolina high school seniors who will be attending Duke as part of the class of 2018. The awards will be:
William M. Gregg Trinity Scholarship: The endowment was established in 1990 to provide undergraduate scholarships for students whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of South Carolina. First preference is given to students from Marlboro County, then the Pee Dee area counties including Dillon, Chesterfield, Florence, Marion, Williamsburg, Georgetown and Horry. Awards shall be made in accordance with the Trinity Scholarship guidelines then in effect.
Roy O. Rodwell Trinity Scholarship: The endowment was established in 1985 as part of the Trinity Scholarship Program. Undergraduate scholarships are awarded to students who graduated from high schools in eastern North Carolina counties, excluding scholars participating in intercollegiate football, basketball, or baseball. Awards are made in accordance with Trinity guidelines then in effect.
John C. Slane and Marsha B. Slane Trinity Scholarship: The endowment was established in 1984 to provide scholarships to undergraduate students whose legal residence at the time of application is within the High Point area of North Carolina, including High Point, Archdale and Jamestown, the community of Trinity, and the unincorporated areas of Guilford, Randolph, Davidson, and Forsyth Counties which are adjacent to and deemed part of the economic, residential and business community of the city of High Point. Awards are made according to the guidelines of the Trinity Scholars Program in effect at the time the award(s) is made.
Winners of these awards will be announced in May of 2014.