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College Catalogue

Awards and Assistance Programs

Other Special Scholarships

The George I. Alden Scholarship, established in 1989 by a grant from the George I. Alden Trust of Worcester, Mass., is awarded to minority students.

The Class of 1969 Alexander Hamilton Scholarship was established by the Class upon the occasion of their 40th Reunion, in recognition of the principals of the founding fathers. It is awarded to juniors or seniors who evidence academic achievement and a commitment to activities that contribute to the College community.

The Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity Scholarship was established by the Hamilton College ­chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Preference is given to students who are ­members, or descendants of alumni who were members, of that fraternity.

The Anonymous Trustee Scholarship is awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, with preference given to a first-generation college student.

The B.T. Babbitt Scholarship, established by the Lillia Babbitt Hyde Foundation in honor of Lillia Babbitt Hyde's father, is awarded to a student in the field of pre-medical education.

The Edward S. Babcock Scholarship is awarded with preference given to members of the Emerson Literary Society.

The Robert P. Bagg, Sr. '12 Scholarship was established by Dr. Richard C. Bagg, Class of 1944, in memory of his father, Robert P. Bagg, Sr., member of the Class of 1912 and a Trustee of the College. The scholarship is awarded with preference given to students who display leadership, creativity and determination in the classroom and in extra­curricular activities.

The Baker Family Scholarship, which recognizes three generations of Bakers at Hamilton, is awarded with preference given to students who have declared a concentration in economics.

The Barrett-Briggs Scholarship Fund, established by Thomas J. Schwarz, Class of 1966, in honor of Professors Edwin Barrett and Austin Briggs, long-standing and distinguished professors of English at Hamilton, is awarded to rising juniors or seniors majoring in English who have demonstrated outstanding academic excellence, superior writing abilities and significant financial need.

The Bates Family Scholarship, established by Janet M. Bates in honor of her late husband, George P. Bates, Class of 1936, and his brother, John H. Bates, Class of 1936, who was killed in action during World War II, is awarded with preference given to Hamilton ­students in their junior and senior years who plan to pursue a career in medicine.

The Andrew W. Begley Scholarship was established in memory of Andrew W. Begley, Class of 1999, by his family and friends. The scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or rising senior majoring in economics who demonstrates financial need.

The James L. Bennett Scholarship is awarded to a sophomore who gives evidence of outstanding moral character.

The Seymour Bernstein Scholarship was established by Richard Bernstein, Class of 1980, in honor of his father, Seymour Bernstein. The scholarship is awarded with preference given to minority students studying chemistry or science.

The Leet Wilson Bissell Scholarship in Science, established by Leet W. Bissell, Class of 1914, and his daughter, Nancy Bissell Turpin, is awarded to an outstanding first-year student who intends to concentrate in a discipline within the sciences.

The Wayland P. Blood Family Scholarship, established by the Blood family and their friends in honor of Wayland P. Blood, Class of 1914, is awarded with preference given to students with a broad range of interests both inside and outside the classroom.

The Jane D. and Ellis E. Bradford Scholarship is awarded to incoming students who evidence strong academic profiles, along with considerable financial need. Preference is given to first-generation college students. The award may be renewable for subsequent years provided the recipients maintain at least a B average and demonstrate a commitment to and involvement in the greater Hamilton community.

The Gertrude F. Bristol Scholarship is awarded to a student who is not a resident of New York State and who is likely to make a substantial contribution to the College's extracurricular activities.

The Mac Bristol '43 Memorial Scholarship is awarded with preference given to students demonstrating leadership through active involvement in extra-curricular activities, as well as exhibiting academic promise.

The Mac Bristol Scholarship, established in honor of William M. Bristol, III, Class of 1943 and Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1977 to 1990, is awarded to that sophomore who is a strong student, an active participant in the classroom and in extracurricular activities, and who possesses high ideals and demonstrates community leadership.

The William M. Bristol, Jr. Scholarships, established through the bequest of William M. Bristol, Jr., Class of 1917, are awarded to entering students who have strong academic records and have demonstrated their proficiency in oral and written communication and their commitment to citizenship. The grants are renewable.

The Donald E. Burns Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Scholarship was established by the Hamilton College chapter of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and will be used solely for students who are members, or descendants of alumni who were members, of that ­fraternity.

The Byne Scholarship was established by George A. Clark in memory of his sister, ­Harriet Emily Clark Byne. It is reserved for a candidate for the Presbyterian ministry to be ­designated by the pastor and the session of the First Presbyterian Church of Utica, N.Y., or by the College.

The Florence and Harlan F. Calkins Scholarship was established by the family and friends of Harlan F. Calkins, Class of 1929, and is awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee to a student of outstanding character and leadership.

The Class of 1981 Roy Alexander Ellis Minority Scholarship was established on the ­occasion of the 10th reunion of the class. Named after a member of the Class of 1924, one of the first black graduates of the College, it is awarded to an entering minority ­student.

The Class of 1994 Scholarship was established by the Class of 1994 on the occasion of its commencement. It is awarded to a rising senior to reduce the recipient's debts.

The 1LT Michael J. Cleary '03 Scholarship was established in 2006 in memory of 1LT Michael J. Cleary, Class of 2003, by his family and friends. 1LT Cleary died in December 2005 while in the service of his country in Iraq. This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate the highest qualities of citizenship, commitment and spirit of service to Hamilton and the greater community, with preference given to students who are the sons or daughters of an individual injured or killed in the service of their country.

The Earl C. Cline Scholarship, established by family members in memory of Earl C. Cline, Class of 1956, is awarded to students who demonstrate high moral values.

The John L. Coe Scholarship, established by John L. Coe, Class of 1923, is awarded to ­students who are doing superior work in mathematics.

The Robert E. Cook Scholarship Fund was established by Camberly G. Cook, Class of 1991, and Duncan S. Routh, Class of 1990, in honor of Ms. Cook's father. This ­scholarship provides support to students demonstrating financial need. Preference is given to first-generation college students.

The Cowles Family Scholarship was established by Alumni Trustee Julia Cowles,  Class of 1984, in memory of her parents, Chauncey Cowles, Class of 1933, and Janet  Crowley Cowles, to mark the occasion of Mr. Cowles’ 100th birthday. It is awarded  with preference given to students who are U.S. citizens demonstrating financial need.

The Crane Scholarship, established by Dr. A. Reynolds Crane, Class of 1929, and his wife, Harriet C. Crane, is awarded to students who, through employment, are making a substantial contribution toward their own educational expenses.

The Sean C. Delaney Scholarship, established by friends and classmates of Sean C. Delaney, Class of 1980, is awarded with preference given to a rising sophomore who demonstrates campus citizenship, positive influence on others and intellectual passion.

The Delta Upsilon Fraternity Scholarship was established by the Hamilton College chapter of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. Preference is given to students who are members, or to descendants of alumni who were members, of that fraternity.

The DeSanctis Family Scholarship honors the parents of Dr. Alfred L. DeSanctis, Class of 1939. It is awarded with preference given to students demonstrating excellence in the classroom while pursuing a “pre-medical school” course of study.

The Dirvin Family Scholarship, established by Gerald V. Dirvin, Class of 1959, and  his wife, Polly, is awarded with preference given to students who are U.S. citizens  demonstrating significant financial need.

The Edwin W. Dixon, Mary E. Dixon, Julia D. Comstock, Helen B. Comstock and Doane C. Comstock Scholarship was established by Doane Comstock, a member of the Class of 1927, and his wife Helen Brancati Comstock. It is awarded to students at Hamilton College who are U.S. citizens, and who have demonstrated outstanding scholastic ­ability as well as a need for financial assistance.

The Charles Edward Doran, Jr. '51 Scholarship was established by Richard F. Kadlick, Class of 1979, in memory of his uncle. The scholarship is awarded with preference given to students who are concentrating in American history.

The Doremus Scholarship Fund, established by Dr. William Doremus, Class of 1942, is awarded with preference given to students displaying a high degree of integrity and ­honesty, and who contribute to the Hamilton community outside of the classroom.

The Antoine du Bourg ’53 Music and Art Scholarship was funded by the Estate of  Antoine du Bourg, a member of Hamilton’s Class of 1953. It is awarded to students demonstrating financial need who are interested in music and the arts.

The Charles Holland Duell Scholarship, established by Charles H. Duell, Class of 1871, is awarded with preference given to a member of the first-year class.

The James Taylor Dunn Scholarship, established by James Taylor Dunn, Class of 1936, to honor James W. Taylor, Class of 1838, is awarded with preference given to students in the liberal arts who are in need of scholarship assistance and whose academic ­performances have earned them places on the Dean's List.

The Peter W. Dykema Music Scholarship was established by Jack Dengler, Class of 1934, in memory of his wife's father, and is awarded to students who participate in the ­College's performing musical groups.

The Emerson Literary Society Scholarship was established at Hamilton by the Emerson Literary Society. Preference is given to students who are members, or descendants of alumni who were members, of that society.

The Henry C. Estabrook Scholarship, established through a distribution from the trust of Louise Pike, is awarded with preference given to students studying biology or Latin.

The George J. Finguerra-CIT Group Scholarship, established by the CIT Foundation in honor of George J. Finguerra, father of Dyan M. Finguerra, Class of 1992, is awarded with preference given to minority students.

The E. Root Fitch Scholarships were established by E. Root Fitch, Class of 1886, and are awarded annually to members of the Hamilton chapter of Delta Upsilon on the basis of need, scholastic standing, character and salutary influence on the life of the College.

The Douw Henry Fonda Memorial Scholarship in Journalism, established through a bequest from Jane Fonda Randolph in memory of her brother, Douw H. Fonda, Class of 1931, is awarded to students who have distinguished themselves as writers and who are considering a career in journalism.

The Qijia Fu '96 Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Qijia Fu, Class of 1996, by his family and friends. It is awarded to students demonstrating financial need, with preference given to students who study physics, who are dedicated to the pursuit of truths in science and who are modest, sincere and always ready to help others.

The Dr. Joe and Ann Gadbaw Family Scholarship was established by Dr. Joseph J. Gadbaw, Class of 1939. It is awarded to students demonstrating financial need, with preference given to those following a pre-medical course of study.

The Sidney and Laura Gilbert Scholarships are awarded to incoming first-generation college students. Sidney (1912-2000) and Laura (1917-2009) grew up in New York City in poor immigrant families. Neither received much formal education, though  they deeply valued learning. Having prospered, they reserved a portion of their estates to enable others to obtain the education they were denied.

The Irene Heinz Given and John LaPorte Given Foundation Scholarships are reserved for students who are preparing for admission to medical school.

The J. Edward and Marie M. Hacker Scholarship, established by James E. Hacker, Class of 1981, in honor of his parents, is awarded with preference given to a student who is pursuing either a major or a minor in music.

The Doris M. and Ralph E. Hansmann Scholarship, established by Betty and Malcolm Smith in honor of Ralph E. Hansmann, Class of 1940 and a life trustee of the College, and his wife, Doris, is awarded to students who are disabled or visually- or ­hearing-impaired.

The Edith Hale Harkness Scholarship, established in memory of Edith Hale Harkness by Milton P. Kayle, Class of 1943 and a former trustee of the College, is awarded with ­preference given to students in the performing arts.

The Charles Harwood Memorial Fund Scholarship was established by Charles Harwood, Jr. in memory of his father, Charles Harwood, Class of 1902. It is awarded to students majoring in the classical languages, American history or English.

The Anthony and Lilas Hoogkamp Scholarship, established by Gregory T. Hoogkamp, Class of 1982, in honor of his parents, is awarded with preference given first to the son or daughter of a New York State police officer.

The Huguenot Society Scholarship is available to a student whose ancestry meets the requirements of the society and who satisfies the College's regular requirements for financial aid.

The Elizabeth B. and Joel W. Johnson Scholarship is awarded with first preference  given to students who are the children of either public school teachers or ordained  Congregational (United Church of Christ) ministers.

The Clara B. Kennedy Scholarships, established by Karen A. and Kevin W. Kennedy, Class of 1970, in honor of Mr. Kennedy's mother, are awarded with preference given to entering minority students who show promise in terms of their ability to contribute to academic and campus life at Hamilton. The scholarships are renewable.

The Karen A. Kennedy, M.D. Scholarship, established in her honor by her husband, Kevin W. Kennedy, Class of 1970, is awarded with preference to students who intend to go to medical school and who show compassion for members of the Hamilton community.

The Kevin W. Kennedy ’70 Scholarship was established in 2011 in honor of Kevin W. Kennedy, Class of 1970, by his colleagues and friends on the occasion of his retirement from Goldman Sachs.

The Edwin J. Kenney, Jr. Scholarship was established by Taggart D. Adams, Class of 1963 and a trustee of the College, in honor of Edwin J. Kenney, Jr., Class of 1963, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Humanities and chairman of the English Department at Colby College. It is awarded to a student who has shown an interest in teaching.

The Robin B. Kinnel Scholarship was established by Peter N. Schlegel, M.D.,  Class of 1979, in honor of Robin B. Kinnel, Ph.D., Silas D. Childs Professor of  Chemistry Emeritus and Lecturer in Environmental Studies. It is awarded with  preference given to students pursuing either a major or a minor in mathematics or  chemistry.

The Reid W. Kittell Scholarship was established by the family and friends of Reid Kittell, Class of 1988, in his memory. It is awarded to a well-rounded student who demonstrates sensitivity and thoughtfulness for others in the community.

The A.G. Lafley Family Scholarship, established by A.G. Lafley, Class of 1969, is awarded to students whose academic work includes an emphasis on globalization across the curriculum. Preference is given to students who participate in Hamilton's New York City or Washington, D.C., semesters (or similar domestic off-campus study programs) and a Hamilton-approved study-abroad program.

The Leavenworth Scholarship, established by Elias W. Leavenworth in 1882, is awarded to students with the name of Leavenworth.

The Helen B. Longshore Music Scholarship is awarded to talented undergraduates who contribute to the musical life of the College.

The Henry M. Love Scholarship, established by William D. Love, Class of 1909, provides a scholarship for relatives of Henry M. Love, Class of 1883, or, when no such relative is at the College, for a senior in the Emerson Literary Society. If awarded to a senior, it is intended for graduate study leading to a career in law, medicine, journalism, teaching or theology.

The William DeLoss Love Scholarship was established by William D. Love, Class of 1909, Mrs. William D. Scranton and others. Preference is given to descendants of William DeLoss Love, Class of 1843.

The William DeLoss Love, Jr. Class of 1945 Scholarship, established in honor of his classmates by William D. Love, Class of 1945, is awarded with preference given to students from the state of California or the descendants of members of the Class of 1945.

The Annie L. MacKinnon Scholarship was established by Dr. Edward Fitch with the ­stipulation that preference be given to a student whose record shows ability and interest in mathematics.

The Ethel K. Marran Scholarship, established by Ethel K. Marran, is awarded to a woman minority student in memory of Leah Webson, Class of 1986.

The David E. Mason Scholarship, established by David E. Mason, Class of 1961, is awarded to a member of Alpha Delta Phi.

The John P. and Marguerite McMaster Scholarship, established through a bequest from the estate of Marguerite McMaster, is awarded with preference given to students intending to pursue a career in sociology.

The John McNair Scholarship, established by the will of Edna Thirkell Teetor in memory of her grandfather, Class of 1827, is reserved for students registered in the "3-2" engineering program.

The Selby and Richard McRae Scholarship is awarded to outstanding candidates for  admission to Hamilton who would be otherwise unable to attend.

The Morgan Family Fund, established by Susannah Morgan, Kirkland College Class of 1972, and her husband, James A. Morgan, Jr., Class of 1971, provides financial support (either through scholarships or tutorials) to students with learning challenges.

The Nye Family Scholarship was established by Daniel T. H. Nye, Class of 1988, and  Meagan Knuetter Nye, Class of 1990, in honor of Daniel’s parents, Molly Harding  Nye and Joseph Samuel Nye. It is awarded with preference given to first-generation college students.

The Lance R. Odden Scholarship was established in honor of Lance R. Odden, headmaster of the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., by George F. Little II, Class of 1971. It is awarded to graduates of the Taft School who clearly demonstrated academic excellence and leadership capabilities while attending that institution.

The David B. Parker Memorial Scholarship was established in honor of David Bruce Parker, Class of 1975, and is awarded to a member of the junior class who has completed the first three years at Hamilton with distinction in the study of French and/or history. The recipient must have demonstrated promise for useful citizenship through his or her character, scholarly attitude, the respect accorded the individual by members of the faculty, standing among peers and contribution to the extracurricular life of the College.

The Florence Husband and Paul Parker Scholarship in honor of Florence Husband, an accomplished photographer, and Paul Parker, a long-time professor of art at Hamilton, is awarded with preference given to students enrolled in art or photography courses.

The Robert E. Peach Memorial Scholarship, established by the family and friends of Mr. Peach, a member of the Class of 1941, is awarded to promising students who have displayed leadership, creativity and determination in the classroom and in extra­curricular activities.

The Psi Upsilon Fraternity Scholarship was established by the Hamilton College chapter of the Psi Upsilon fraternity. Preference is given to students who are members, or descendants of alumni who were members, of that fraternity.

The Norman F. Ruhle Scholarship was established by Muriel Ruhle, wife of Norman F. Ruhle, Class of 1937, in Mr. Ruhle's memory and on the occasion of the 60th reunion of the Class of 1937. It is awarded with preference given to juniors or seniors who demonstrate superior academic records and outstanding character, and who are majoring in history, government, foreign affairs or related subjects.

The Charlotte Buttrick Sackett Scholarship, established by Charles H. Duell, Class of 1871, is awarded with preference given to a member of the first-year class.

The Herbert and Nancy Salkin Scholarship provides funds for a student interested in both studio art and laboratory science.

The Hilde Surlemont Sanders Memorial Scholarship was established by Paul F. Sanders, L.H.D. (Hon.) 1958, in memory of his wife. Preference is given to disadvantaged minority students.

The Howard J. Schneider, M.D. Scholarship, established in honor of Howard J. Schneider, Class of 1960, is awarded with preference given to a student excelling in science who has also displayed involvement and leadership in extracurricular activities.

The Christopher George Scott Scholarship, established by the Scott Family Foundation of Chicago in memory of Christopher G. Scott, Class of 1962, is awarded to a student with an outstanding academic record.

The Stuart L. Scott ’61 Scholarship, established in honor and recognition of Stuart L. Scott, Class of 1961, who served as chairman of Hamilton’s Board of Trustees from 2002-2008. It is awarded to U.S. citizens demonstrating financial need.

The Scurci Family Scholarship, established in 2004, is awarded to students demonstrating financial need, with preference given to those with a broad range of interests inside and outside the classroom.

The September 11th Scholarship Fund at Hamilton College was established in 2001 by a lead gift from Hamilton Trustee Stephen I. Sadove, Class of 1973, along with hundreds of gifts from alumni, parents and friends, to honor the memory of Sylvia San Pio Resta, Class of 1995, Arthur J. Jones III, Class of 1986, and Adam J. Lewis, Class of 1987 — Hamilton alumni who tragically lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America. The scholarship is awarded based on financial need in the following order of preference: first, to students who are direct descendants of those alumni listed above; second, to students who are direct descendants of any other victim of the September 11th attacks; third, to students who are the direct descendants of victims of future national calamities; fourth, to students who have lost a ­parent for any reason.

The Seventy-Five Year Class Scholarship, established by William DeLoss Love, Class of 1909, whose father was a member of the Class of 1876, is awarded first with preference given to any descendant of a member of the Hamilton Classes of 1874, 1875 or 1876; second to a student from the West Coast; and third at the discretion of the College.

The Margaret and Herman Sokol Scholarship was established by Margaret M. Sokol, a friend of the College, to honor the memory of her husband, Herman Sokol, who held a Ph.D. from New York University in organic chemistry and had a distinguished career with Bristol-Myers Squibb. The scholarship is awarded to students demonstrating financial need, with preference given to students studying chemistry.

The Solomon Family Scholarship was established by Charter Trustee David  Solomon, Hamilton Class of 1984, and his wife, Mary Solomon, parents of Carrie  Solomon, Class of 2016. It is awarded with preference given to students who excel  academically, are involved in the extra-curricular life of the College and who  demonstrate the greatest financial need.

The Schuyler B. Steere Scholarship was established for blood relations of the donor, Schuyler B. Steere, Class of 1851. If none appears, preference is given to candidates for the ministry.

The Philip Stewart Scholarship is awarded to upper-division students (juniors and seniors), with first preference given to students majoring in French or studying French; second preference is for students majoring in or studying romance languages.

The A. Waldron Stone Scholarship, established by William D. Stone, Class of 1961, in memory of his father, a member of the Class of 1919, is awarded to juniors and seniors who are majoring in geology or English.

The James Aloysius Stover Scholarship for Adirondack Adventure Fund was established in 2004 in memory of James, son of Susan Anderson, Class of 1987, and Keith Stover, Class of 1984, by his family and friends to provide support to first-year students with demonstrated financial need who wish to participate in the Adirondack Adventure Program.

The Edward and Virginia Taylor Scholarship was established in 2011 through an  initial grant from the Sunup  Foundation as recommended by Edward C. Taylor ’46  and his wife, Virginia Crouse Taylor.

The William K.-M. Tennant Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of William K.-M. Tennant, Class of 1958, by his family and friends. It is awarded with preference given to talented students who contribute to the performing and visual arts at the College.

The Eugene M. Tobin Scholarship honors Hamilton's 18th president for his 23 years of ­dedicated service to the College community, including 10 years as president. Initiated by President Tobin's family, the scholarship is awarded to students with an interest in and aptitude for the study of history, as well as demonstrated leadership and problem-solving abilities.

The Winton and Patricia Tolles Scholarship was established by family and friends to com­memorate the 25 years of service provided by Dean Tolles, Class of 1928. It is awarded to first-year students who have demonstrated leadership qualities in ­secondary school and who are identified by the Admission Committee as unusually attractive candidates for matriculation. It is renewable for the sophomore, junior and senior year, depending upon student performance.

The John W. Uhlein '79 Scholarship is awarded to students demonstrating promise and financial need with preference given to individuals who have participated in the Prep for Prep program, or a similar pre-collegiate, educational leadership program.

The Richard J. and Jean F. Valone Scholarship, established by Dr. Valone, Class of 1943, and his wife, Jean, is awarded with preference given to students who are planning a career in medicine.

The Henry B. Watkins Scholarship is awarded to an incoming student who has demonstrated academic excellence with preference given to one who has shown an active involvement through volunteerism in his/her local community's not-for-profit organizations..

The Kenneth J. Watkins '25 Scholarship was established by Russel A. Bantham, Jr., Class of 1963, and his wife, Ann Watkins Bantham, to honor the memory of Mrs. Bantham's father, Kenneth J. Watkins, Class of 1925. Mr. Watkins was a loyal and dedicated alumnus who built his career teaching science at Utica Free Academy in Utica, N.Y. The scholarship is awarded to students demonstrating financial need, with preference given first to students majoring in biochemistry, second to those majoring in chemistry and third to those majoring in one of the natural sciences.

The Michael S. White Scholarship was established in his memory by friends of Michael S. White, Class of 1972. It is awarded in recognition of campus citizenship, school spirit, sensitivity to and positive influence on others, camaraderie and a sense of fun.

The Ashley McLean-Brown Wilberding Scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Van C. Wilberding in honor of their daughter, Ashley Wilberding, Class of 1994. It is awarded to a woman who is interested in the study of foreign languages and who has demonstrated leadership in broad-based extracurricular activities.

The Leroy Williams Scholarship, established by Leroy Williams, Class of 1889, is awarded with preference given to students intending to enter the Presbyterian ministry.

The Lawrence A. Wood '25 Memorial Scholarship was established by Margaret Buoy Wood in memory of her husband, Lawrence A. Wood, a member of the Class of 1925. It is awarded with preference given to students studying physics.
 

The Kirkland Endowment


The following scholarships are for the support of women at Hamilton:

The Edward Johnson Dietz Memorial Scholarship was established by family and friends of Julia Grant Dietz in memory of her son, and provides scholarships with preference given to women from the Syracuse, N.Y., area.

The Dorothy Scott Evans Memorial Scholarship, established in her memory by her family and friends, is awarded to a woman matriculating under the Hamilton Horizons Program.

The William and Mary Lee Herbster Scholarship was established by Mr. and Mrs. William G. Herbster to provide scholarships for women attending Hamilton. Mr. Herbster, Class of 1955, is a former member of both the Hamilton and Kirkland boards of trustees.

The Lillia Babbitt Hyde Scholarship provides scholarships with preference given to women from the New York City area.

Scholarships, Fellowships, Prizes and Internship Support

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