DURHAM, N.C. -- Five incoming first-year students from North Carolina have been awarded the Trinity Scholarship.
The Trinity Scholarship covers the full cost of tuition, room, board and mandatory fees for four years of undergraduate education. The scholarships also provide recipients with access to funding for domestic and international experiences, including opportunities for independent research both in the summer and during the academic year. The full value of each scholarship is estimated to be more than $315,000 over four years.
The scholarships were established by Duke alumni to honor the university's origins as Trinity College in Randolph County. There are numerous Trinity Scholarships, each funded by different donors. New scholars are named when current scholars graduate.
The Class of 2024 recipients are:
- Elizabeth Boger from High Point, North Carolina, a graduate of High Point Central High School, will receive the John C. and Martha B. Slane Trinity Scholarship
- Emily Leung from High Point, North Carolina, a graduate of St. Mary’s School in Raleigh, North Carolina, will receive the Doris Stroupe Slane Trinity Scholarship
- Noah Harris from Morganton, North Carolina, a graduate of Freedom High School, will receive the Susan F. Beischer, George D. Beischer, and Frances Hill Fox Trinity Scholarship
- Catherine Price from Greensboro, North Carolina, a graduate of Northern Guilford High School, will receive the Cassell/Saperstein Trinity Scholarship
- Mia Woodruff from Midway, North Carolina, a graduate of Oak Grove High School, will receive the David L. Maynard Family Trinity Scholarship
For more information about the incoming class of Trinity Scholars, visit the scholarship’s website at https://www.ousf.duke.edu/page/Trin.