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Susan Breece Packard Memorial Scholarship and Francis Appleton Packard Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1909 by the bequest of William A. Packard, Professor of Latin, 1870–1905, in memory of his parents.

Stephen J. Pajcic III ’68 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2002 by Stephen J. Pajcic, Class of 1968.

Harold C. Parkin Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1957 in memory of Harold C. Parkin, Class of 1908.

Parsky Family Scholarship.
Established in 1998 during The Anniversary Campaign for Princeton by the gift of Gerald L. Parsky, Class of 1964, and his wife, Robin C. Parsky.

William B. Parsons, Class of 1892, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1963 by the bequest of Jean Parsons in memory of her husband, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Chandrakant A. and Shushila C. Patel Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2005 by Dr. Tushar C. Patel in honor of his parents.

Ladislas Pathy Scholarship.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Laurence Pathy ’56 and his sister, Elizabeth Salett, in memory of their father for the benefit of students in the field of Near Eastern Studies.

Joseph Patterson Scholarship.
Founded by a bequest from T. H. Hoge Patterson, in memory of his father and grandfather.

John Linn Patton Scholarship.
Founded in 1903 by Mr. and Mrs. William A. Patton in memory of their son, a member of the Class of 1903.

James Dana Paull, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of James Paull, who died in service during World War I during a test flight over France on December 20, 1917.

Forrest G. Pearson, Class of 1903, Scholarship.
Founded in 1952 by Mrs. Olive Sheppard, Forrest G. Pearson, Jr., Corning Pearson, Class of 1934, and Oliver Pearson in memory of their father.

Frances R. Pearson Scholarship.

Founded in 1925 by Roderick G. Kellett, Class of 1915, in memory of his mother.

Olive Corning Pearson Scholarship.
Founded in 1942 by Forrest G. Pearson, Class of 1903, in memory of his wife.

Bob Peck '88 Family Scholarship Fund.
Established by Bob Peck, Class of 1988, in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign.

Edward and Kirsten Peckerman Scholarship.
Established in 1982 by Edward R. Peckerman, Jr., Class of 1925.

Edward Franklin Pelton Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1945 by Mrs. Honoro Gibson Pelton in memory of her husband a member of the Class of 1898.

S. Barksdale Penick, Jr. ’25, Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by a gift to a Campaign for Princeton.

Penick-Dabney Educational Fund.
Established in 1991 by Mrs. Margaret P. Nuttle P'63 to benefit students in the English Department.

Roswell K. Penney, Class of 1925, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1971 by the Penney Foundation.

Jabez Pierson Pennington Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1937 to fulfill the wish of the late Louis Pennington to create in Princeton University a memorial to his father, Jabez Pierson Pennington, Class of 1823, and to commemorate the long and distinguished association of the Pennington family with New Jersey and with Princeton University.

The Bernardo and Anita Perelmuter Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 by Phillip '82, Carolyn, Ben, Marla and Jake Perelmuter in honor and celebration of Bernardo's 80th Birthday.

Irving Van Gilder Perine, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1948 by Mrs. Irving G. Perine in memory of her son, Class of 1930, and increased in 1952 by contributions from the Princeton Club of the Oranges and Newark.
 
Franklin Perry War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1911 in memory of Franklin Perry who died in service in France on December 19, 1917. Franklin Perry was the first member of 1911 to die during World War I. 

Margaret B. and R. Kenneth Perry '50 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by R. Kenneth Perry '50.

Richard L. Perry Memorial Scholarships.
Founded in 1938 by Mrs. George Bowen de Long in memory of her grandson.

Reuben Marion Tower Peterson Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1930 by the Class of 1912 to memorialize their classmate who died in World War I on August 27, 1918 in the village of Bazoches, on the Vesle River in France.

Frank A. Petito, Class of 1936, Scholarship.
Established in 1986 in memory of Frank A. Petito ’36 by family and friends as well as organizations with which he was affiliated over a long business career.

Frank A. Petito-Morgan Stanley Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1987 in memory of Frank A. Petito ’36 by family and friends as well as organizations with which he was affiliated over a long business career.

Damon B. Pfeiffer Scholarship.
Established in 1967 by the will of Damon B. Pfeiffer, Class of 1902.

Miles A. Pickering Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by the bequest of Margaret D. Pickering in memory of her son Miles A. Pickering, a former professor of chemistry at Princeton.

Gottfried and Sophie Piel Scholarship.
Established in 1979 through a trust fund created by Robert Piel, Class of 1913, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Henry D. Pierce, 1868, and H. Douglas Pierce, Jr., 1906, Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by H. Douglas Pierce, Jr., in memory of his father.

Henry Nelson Pierce Scholarship.
Founded in 1926 by Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pierce in memory of their son, a member of the Class of 1925.

William Pierson, M.D – Hibben Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1942 by bequest of his daughter, Louise R. Pierson.

Pingry School Scholarship.
Established in 1936 in honor of C. B. Newton, headmaster of the Pingry School.

James C. Pinkerton '57 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2010 during the Aspire Campaign by the bequest of James C. Pinkerton, Class of 1957.

Lilian M. Planz Scholarship.
Established in 1979 through a trust fund created by Lilian M. Planz.

Gilbert Norman Plass *47 Scholarship Fund. 
Founded in 2004 by the bequest of Gilbert Norman Plass *47.

Donald C. Platten, Class of 1940, Scholarship in Philosophy.
Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Donald C. Platten ’40, Trustee Emeritus.

Arthur Poe Scholarship (Iowa).

Founded by Arthur Poe, Class of 1900, in 1926.

Arthur Poe, Class of 1900, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 by classmates of Arthur Poe.

John Prentiss Poe, Jr., Class of 1895, War Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1895 in honor of their classmate who died in service on September 25, 1915 in action with the Black Watch in France, September 25, 1915.


Henry Pogue Scholarship.

Founded in 1935 by the bequest of Mrs. Henry Pogue (Mary Isabella Crawford) in memory of her son, Henry Pogue, Class of 1904.

Samuel Franklin Pogue, Class of 1904, War Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by his widow, the late Mrs. Samuel F. Pogue, and other members of the family. Mr. Pogue died in service in Washington, D.C., on December 12, 1918, a victim of the great influenza epidemic that was sweeping the country at that time. 

William A. Pogue '48 Scholarship.
Established in 1997 by the bequest of William A. Pogue, Class of 1948.

George and Antigone Polychronopoulos Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by George Polychronopoulos '85.

James Jackson Porter Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1919 by the late William H. Porter in memory of his son who was killed in action in France on October 5, 1918. 


John F. Porter ’25 Scholarship Fund.

Established in 1989 by the bequest of John F. Porter, Class of 1925.

Porter-Ludington Fund.

Established in 1942 by Mrs. Mary Ludington McKeen in memory of her mother, Isabella Porter Ludington, and of her brother, Dr. Paul Ludington, Class of 1894.

Harold W. Pote ’68 Scholarship.
 
Established in 1998 by Harold W. Pote, Class of 1968. 

James G. Potter ’28 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 2000 by the bequest of James G. Potter, Class of 1928.

William Clarkson Potter Memorial Scholarship.
 
Established by the late Mrs. Frederick Allien in memory of her nephew, William Potter, who was killed in action in France on October 10, 1918, during World War I. 

N. Thompson Powers P'78 P'79 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by William C. Powers '79 in honor of his father and to provide assistance to varsity football players.

William C. Powers '79 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by William C. Powers '79 to provide assistance to varsity football players.


Presidential Scholarship.

Established in 1946 from various gifts to be used for scholarship awards.

President’s Program Scholarship.
Founded in 1936.

Arthur Preyer Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of Arthur Preyer who died in service during World War I in an airplane accident in France on August 18, 1918.


Clarence Price Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1926 by Mrs. Susan Morris White Price in memory of her husband, Class of 1885.

James Sanford Price Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1908 in memory of their classmate, James Sanford Price, who was killed in action in France on September 12, 1916, early in World War I.


Princeton Engineering Association Scholarship.

Founded in 1945 by the Princeton Engineering Association.

Princeton University Class of 1904 Ralph Tipton Davis Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 by the Class of 1904 in memory of Ralph Tipton Davis.

Prospect Foundation/Tower Club Scholarship.

Founded in 1935 by the Tower Club and presently sponsored by the Princeton Prospect Foundation.

George W. Purnell, Class of 1862, Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1975 by the bequest of Paul L. Thebaud, Class of 1912, in memory of George W. Purnell, Class of 1862, his father-in-law.

Richard I. Purnell, Class of 1940, Scholarship.

Established in 1975 by Richard I. Purnell ’40 in memory of his father, Lyttleton B. Purnell, Jr. ’04, and brothers, Lyttleton B. ’30, J. Stanley ’33, and John B. Purnell ’39.

James T. Pyle, Class of 1935, Scholarship.

Established in 1983 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by James T. Pyle, Class of 1935.

M. Taylor Pyne, Jr., 1908, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1954 by Mrs. M. Taylor Pyne, Jr., in memory of her husband, R. M. Taylor Pyne, Jr., Class of 1908.

Margaretta Stockton Pyne Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 through gifts of family and friends.

Robert Stockton Pyne Memorial Scholarship.

Founded in 1904 by Mrs. M. Taylor Pyne in memory of her son, Robert Stockton Pyne.

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Frederic M. Quitkin, M.D. '58 Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2010, in memory of Frederic M. Quitkin '58 during the Aspire Campaign by his daughters, Megan A. Quitkin, Class of 1997, and Rachel L. Quitkin.

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C. Victor Raiser, II Scholars Program in Public Policy.
Established in 1993 by friends and family of C. Victor Raiser, II, Class of 1962, in his memory.

David Raleigh Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by friends of Stuart F. Raleigh, Jr., Class of 1941, and Mrs. Raleigh, in memory of their son, age 5, who died while lost in the Catskill Mountains, 13 June 1959, and in honor of those who participated in the search for him.

Thomas L. Raleigh, Jr., Class of 1950, Scholarship.
Established by Mr. Raleigh in 1978.

Jaynie R. Randall '99 and H. Pettus Randall IV '04 Endowment Fund.
Founded in 1999 by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pettus Randall, III, to honor their daughter, Jaynie R. Randall, Class of 1999.

Herbert Edward Rankin Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1909 in tribute to Herbert Edward Rankin who died in service during World War I, reported lost at sea on October 10, 1918.

Joseph Pope Ranney Scholarship. 
Established in 2007 by the bequest of Harold W. Haff in memory of Joseph Pope Ranney.

Percy Allan Ransome, Class of 1911, Scholarship.

Established in 1970 by Percy A. Ransome, Class of 1911.

Lawrence Raphael, Jr. ’85 Memorial Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1983 by Ernest H. Ruehl ’55 in memory of Lawrence Raphael, Jr. ’85, Ernest H. Ruehl, Jr.’s roommate at Princeton.

Rawson Family Scholarship.
Founded in 2000 by Robert H. Rawson, Jr., Esquire, Class of 1966.

William Hamilton Ray and Katharine M. G. Ray Scholarship.
Established in 1969 by the bequest of Katharine M. G. Ray.

John William Raymond Memorial Scholarship. 

Established by Valentine K. Raymond '19 in honor of his father, John William Raymond.

George Black Rea Scholarship.
Founded in 1908 by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rea in memory of their son, George Black Rea, Class of 1904.

Anna McDonald Reed Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1972 by Frederick R. Warburton, Class of 1918, in memory of Miss Reed, principal of Burlington (New Jersey) High School.

Richard Brumback Reed Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in memory of Richard B. Reed, a member of the Class of 1916, who was killed in the line of duty in Scotland on June 5, 1918, while on flight training during World War I.

Charles Rees Financial Aid Fund. 
Established by William R. Soons '44 in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign in memory of Charles Rees '45

Richard Early Reeves, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1951 by Mrs. Susie Early Reeves in memory of her son, Richard Early Reeves, Jr., Class of 1930.

Robert Hughes Reeves, Class of 1915, Scholarship.
Established in 1963 by the bequest of Robert Hughes Reeves.

Samuel Jackson Reid, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Established in 1919 by Princeton classmates and friends of Samuel Jackson Reid, Jr., Class of 1906, who was killed in action in France, 22 August 1918.

Charles Gilbert Reilly Memorial Scholarship.
 
Established in 1921 by the late Mrs. Ursula S. Reilly in memory of her son, C. Gilbert Reilly. A member of the Class of 1912, Mr. Reilly was killed in action in France on September 29, 1918.

Kurt E. Reinheimer Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1955 by Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Reinheimer in memory of their son, Kurt E. Reinheimer, Class of 1956.

Peter E. Rentschler ’20 Endowed Scholarship.
Established by his eldest son, William H. Rentschler ’49, to honor the memory of his father.

John W. Ressner, Class of 1984, Scholarship. 

Established in 2003 by family and friends of John W. Ressner, Class of 1984. 

John Van Wicheren Reynders, Jr., 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory John Reynders, who died in the line of duty at the Naval Station in Bayshore, New York, on November 4, 1917, during World War I. 

The Alexander D. Rhea, Class of 1941, Scholarship. 

Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by the bequest of Suzanne M. Rhea in memory of her husband Alexander D. Rhea '41.

Richard Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by Vera V. B. Richard in memory of her husband, a member of the Class of 1906.

Dr. Harry E. Richards, Class of 1873, and Roland R. King, Class of 1909, Scholarship.

Established in 1973 by the bequest of Roland R. King in memory and grateful appreciation of the help extended to him by Dr. Richards.

Peter Richardson, 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, Peter Richardson died in service in Germany (American Army of Occupation) February 14, 1919.

Daniel M. Ricker Jr. ’32 Scholarship. 
Established in 2003 by the bequest of Daniel M. Ricker, Jr., Class of 1932.

Bernard H. Ridder, Jr. ’38 Scholarship.

Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Bernard H. Ridder, Jr., Class of 1938.

Thomas Ridgley ’62 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1985 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Thomas B. Ridgley, Class of 1962.

Lawrence Riley Scholarship.
Founded in 1998 by the bequest of Virginia S. Riley, in memory of her husband, Lawrence Riley, Class of 1921.

Ritchey Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1962 by Mrs. Mary Gamble Ritchey Scheer and her family in memory of her first husband, Hugh McD. Ritchey, Class of 1928, and his father, James Warren Ritchey, Class of 1893.

John Roach Scholarship.
Established in 1944 by the bequest of Belden Roach in memory of his grandfather, John Roach.

Edmund Yard Robbins Scholarship.
Founded in 1948 by the bequest of Mrs. Emeline P. H. Robbins in memory of her husband, Edmund Yard Robbins, Class of 1889, Ewing Professor of Greek, 1910–1936.

Samuel K. Robbins, Class of 1874, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by the bequest of Edith C. Robbins in memory of her father.

Daniel Rutgers Robert, Class of 1907, Scholarship.

Established in 1970 by a bequest from the estate of Daniel R. and Mary Belle Robert.

Mary Belle Robert Scholarship.

Established in 1970 by a bequest from her estate.

Alexander Chambers Roberts and Owen W. Roberts, Jr. Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1978 by Thomas C. Roberts '21 P'46 P'49 in honor of his grandsons.

Algernon Brooke Roberts ’96 and T. Williams Roberts ’89 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1909 and supplemented in 1968 by T. Williams Roberts, Jr., Class of 1950, in memory of his father.

Malcolm Troop Robertson War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1915 in memory of Malcolm Robertson who was killed in action in France, July 30, 1918 during World War I.

Professor and Mrs. Chalfant Robinson Scholarship.
Founded in 1959 by Hamilton Robinson, Class of 1930.

John T. Robinson Scholarship.

Founded in 1964 by the bequest of Charles S. Robinson.

Scott A.C. Roche ’94 Endowed Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 1999 by family, friends and classmates of Scott A.C. Roche ’94.

Kenneth H. Rockey, Class of 1916, Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1973 by Kenneth H. Rockey, Class of 1916, and increased in 1986 by a bequest from his estate.

Reverend Rudolph Roell, Class of 1933, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2010 by the bequest of Rudolph Roell, Class of 1933.

Oscar and Isabel Roesen Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1962 by the bequest of Hildegarde I. L. Roesen in memory of her parents.

John M. Roeser, Class of 1932, Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by the bequest of John M. Roeser, Class of 1932.

The Henry Welsh Rogers Scholarship Fund. 

Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by the bequest of Henry Welsh Rogers. 

Lauren E. Rogers Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1920 by Wallace B. Rogers and his son, Lauren E. Rogers, Class of 1920, in memory of the latter’s grandfather, Lauren C. Eastman, but changed on the death of Lauren E. Rogers in 1921 to a scholarship in his memory.

Richard K. Rolle ’46 Scholarship.
Established in 1998 by Richard C. Rolle, Class of 1977 in honor of his father, Richard K. Rolle, Class of 1946.

William W. Roper Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 under terms of the will of J. Gowen Roper, Class of 1905, in memory of his brother, William W. Roper, Class of 1902.

Richard Wigley Perrott Rose Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of Richard Wigley Perott Rose who died in service in World War I in the line of duty in France, June 24, 1918.

Francis Fels Rosenbaum, Class of 1920, Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by Francis F. Rosenbaum, Jr., Class of 1948, in memory of his father.

Donald Neil Campbell Ross, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.   
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Donald Ross who was killed in action in Flanders on November 30, 1917, during World War I.

Edgar Lewisohn Rossin Scholarship.
Established in 1948 under the will of Edgar L. Rossin, Class of 1922.

Howard Frank Rothschild Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by the Class of 1921 in memory of their classmate, Howard Rothschild. Who died of pneumonia on January 7, 1919, just a few days after receiving his discharge from service.

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

Rudenstine Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1990 by President Emeritus William G. and Mary Ellen Bowen in honor of Neil and Angelica Rudenstine.

Ernest H. Ruehl Family Scholarship.
Founded in 1998 by Ernest H. Ruehl, Class of 1955.

Allen S. Rupley Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1983 by a grant from the W.R. Grace Company in honor of their former President and Chairman, Allen S. Rupley, father of John Allen Rupley, Class of 1954.

Vivianne and Norman Russell, Jr., Class of 1943, Financial Aid Fund. 
Established in 2006 by Vivianne H. Russell.

Joseph O. Rutter, Class of 1942, Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1972 by Caroline Rutter in memory of her husband.

Charles Ryskamp Scholarship.
Established in 2011 by the bequest of Princeton Professor Charles Ryskamp, to assist students in English and Art & Archaeology. Students who major in English hold the title of Charles Ryskamp English Scholar, students who major in Art & Archaeology hold the title Charles Ryskamp Art Scholar.

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Sanford Samuel Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1953 by Mrs. Sanford Samuel in memory of her husband, Sanford Samuel, Class of 1908.

Laurence H. Sanford, Jr. ’45 Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1986 by classmates, family and friends in memory of “Laddie” Sanford, Class of 1945 President and Princeton admissions officer.

Sanxay Scholarship.
Established in 1926 under the will of Theodore F. Sanxay, Class of 1864.

Stanley J. Sarnoff ’38 Scholarship.

Established in 1990 by the generous bequest of Stanley J. Sarnoff, Class of 1938. 

Arthur Vandervoort Savage, Class of 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by family and classmates of Arthur V. Savage, who died in service during World War I in action in France, July 16, 1918.

Godfrey Hamilton Savage Scholarship.
Established by the bequest of Gertrude H. Savage in honor of her nephew, Godfrey Hamilton Savage, Class of 1950.

Frank R. Savidge Scholarship.

Established in 1953 under the terms of the will of Frank R. Savidge.

Halsey Sayles Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1960 by the friends of Halsey Sayles, Class of 1898.

Schaeffer Family Scholarship.

Established in 1999 by Leonard D. Schaeffer, Class of 1969, to benefit two students in each class.

Schaeffer Scholars Fund.
Established in 2012 during the Aspire Campaign by Leonard D. Schaeffer, Class of 1969.

Harriet Hurd Scheide Scholarship.
Founded in 1928 by John H. Scheide, Class of 1896, in memory of his wife.

William Taylor Scheide Memorial Scholarships.
Founded in 1920 by his family in memory of William Taylor Scheide of Titusville, Pennsylvania.

Eric C. Schmale '04 Scholarship Fund.

Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by Mr. and Mrs. Neal E. Schmale P04 in honor of their son.

Merle Schmidt Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1993 by Mrs. Merle Schmidt in memory of her husband, Merle Schmidt, Class of 1951.

Lieutenant Richard Reynolds Schmon Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1949 by Arthur A. Schmon, Class of 1917, in memory of his son, Richard Reynolds Schmon, Class of 1943.

George F. Schmucki, Class of 1941, Scholarship.

Established in 2000 by J. Michael Mahoney, Class of 1951, in honor of his friend and Princeton’s Recording Secretary, George F. (Bud) Schmucki, Class of 1941.

Richard W. Schneckenberger Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Established in 1980 by the late Mrs. Frances L. Schneckenberger, in memory of her husband, a member of the Class of 1931.

Theodore B. Schneideman Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1955 by the bequest of Mrs. Florence Mays Schneideman in memory of her husband, Dr. Theodore B. Schneideman, Class of 1881.

Edward B. Schoen ’56 Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by Mrs. Edward B. Schoen and friends in memory of Edward B. Schoen, Class of 1956.

John T. Schroeder, Class of 1992, Scholarship Fund.

Founded by John R. Schroeder in memory of his son John T. Schroeder 92’ who was killed on September 11, 2001.

Clifford G. Schultz Memorial Scholarship.

Founded in 1963 by the bequest of Clifford G. Schultz and a gift from his son, Frederick Schultz, Class of 1951.

John Adams Schumann, Class of 1942, Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by the Florence and John Schumann Foundation in memory of John Adams Schumann, Class of 1942.

Norman W. Schuster Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1923 by Carl E. Schuster, Class of 1920, in memory of his brother, Norman W. Schuster, Class of 1923.

William M. Scranton '42 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 2000 through the Charitable Remainder Unitrust of William M. Scranton, Class of 1942.

Andrew N. Sears, Class of 1966, Scholarship Fund.
Founded in 2005 by family, friends and classmates in honor of Andrew N. Sears, Class of 1966.

William H. Sedutto, Class of 1959, Scholarship.

Established in 1984 by the bequest of Michael Sedutto, in memory of his son, William H. Sedutto, Class of 1959, who was killed in a plane crash in 1967.

Stanley J. Seeger, Jr., Class of 1952, Scholarship in Hellenic Studies.

Established in 1979 by Stanley J. Seeger, Jr.

John H. Selby ’41 Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by John H. Selby, Class of 1941.

William K. Selden '34 Scholarship.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by Oliver M. Langenberg '35.

Barrington West Sellers, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Barrington West Sellers who died in service in World War I in action in France, August 4, 1918.

Lee West Sellers Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of classmates who died in service in World War I in France on June 3, 1919.

J. Lawrence Sellman Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1986 by the bequest of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Sellman, in memory of her husband, J. Lawrence Sellman, Class of 1911.

Sensenbrenner Family Fund.
Established in 1999 by John Sensenbrenner, Jr. ’47.

Jerome E. Sharp Scholarship.
Founded in 1950 by the bequest of Jerome E. Sharp, Class of 1870.

John S. Sharpe Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1957 in memory of John S. Sharpe, Class of 1900.

Shaskan Family Scholarship.
Originally established in 1982 as a loan fund by George F. Shaskan, Jr., Class of 1939, this fund was converted to a scholarship in 1999. 

John Scranton Shaw, Class of 1914, War Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1914 in memory of John Scranton Shaw who died 'in the Nation's Service' in World War I in action in France on November 5, 1918.

Edward Lane Shea Scholarship.
Established in 1957 by Edward L. Shea, Class of 1916.

Edward L. Shea, Class of 1916, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1964 by friends and classmates of Edward L. Shea, Class of 1916.

James L. and Barbara B. Shea '74 Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by James L. '74 and Barbara B. Shea '74.

Joseph B. Shea Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1930 by the Princeton Alumni Association of Western Pennsylvania in memory of Joseph Bernard Shea, Class of 1885, Trustee of Princeton University, 1906–30.

Joseph B. Shea, Hibben Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1937 by his wife, Clara M. Shea in tribute to John Grier Hibben Princeton's 14th President.

Audrey Sheldon Memorial Fund for Music and the Arts.
Established in 1983 as a part of A Campaign for Princeton by the Directors of the Merlin Foundation to support students in the Departments of Art and Archaeology and Music.

Richard T. Shelton, Class of 1893, St. Louis Regional Scholarship.
Established in 1952 by the bequest of Richard T. Shelton.

Francis Burritt Shepard Memorial Scholarship. 
Established in memory of Francis Burritt Shepard, Class of 1906, who died in service during World War I a Captain in the U.S. Army in France on December 16, 1918, of tuberculosis. 

Lord Ito Shinjo Scholarship.
Established in 1990 by the Shinnyo-en Association in honor of their founder, Lord Ito Shinjo.

Edward DeWitt Shumway, Jr. Scholarship.
Founded in 1951 by Mr. and Mrs. John Stuart in memory of their nephew, Edward DeWitt Shumway, Jr., Class of 1947.

Frank William Sidler Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of Frank Sidler who died in service during World War I in action in France on September 13, 1918.

Silcock Family Financial Aid Fund.
Established in 2007 during the Aspire Campaign by James Silcock and his wife Julie Evrard Silcock '78 to benefit undergraduate students in the Bendheim Center for Finance.

Silver Scholarship in Economics.

Established in 1986 by the bequest of Ms. Beatrice S. Greenman, in memory of her parents, Lovina and John Silver.

R. Bruce Silver '45 Undergraduate Engineering Scholarship Fund.
Established in 1992 by R. Bruce Silver, Class of 1945 to benefit students in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Irwin W. Silverberg '58 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Irwin W. Silverberg '58 to benefit undergraduate students in chemical engineering.

Kent C. Simons ’57 Scholarship.
Established in 1993 by Kent C. Simons, Class of 1957.

Jouett Fitch Singleton, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 in memory of Jouett Fitch Singleton who died in service during World War I of wounds received in action in France on June 23, 1918.

Alexander P.G. '07, Josephine B. '02 and Paul G. Sittenfeld '69 FamilyScholarship
Established in 1999 by Paul G. Sittenfeld and his wife Betsy in honor of the members of the Class of 1969 on the occasion of the 30th Reunion of that Class, and renamed to honor their daughter upon the occasion of her graduation in 2002.

Charles Patterson Skelly, Class of 1945, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1961 by Margaret Skelly Goheen in memory of her brother.

Frank P. Slattery, Class of 1926, Scholarship.
Established in 1985 by Frank P. Slattery, Jr., Class of 1959, in honor of his father.

Albridge C. Smith Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1952 by his family, friends, and the Princeton Club of the Oranges and Newark in memory of Albridge C. Smith, Class of 1903, and Trustee of Princeton University, 1933-51.

Albridge C. and Frances Halsey Smith Scholarship.
Established in 1965 by the bequest of Frances Halsey Smith, wife of Albridge C. Smith, Class of 1903, and Trustee of Princeton from 1933 to 1951.

Charles Chapman Smith ’02 Scholarship.
Established in 1989 by the bequest of Dr. Mary Frances Hayward Smith in memory of her husband.

Harold Byron Smith ’31 Scholarship.

Established in 2000 by Harold B. Smith, Jr., Class of 1955, David B. Smith, Class of 1958, Stephen B. Smith and Christopher B. Smith in honor of their father, Harold Byron Smith, Class of 1931.

Harold Cornelius Smith, 1904, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1962 as a memorial to Harold Cornelius Smith, Class of 1904, by his family.

J. Henley Smith Scholarship.
Founded in 1922 by the bequest of J. Henley Smith, Class of 1863.

Jonathan Bayard Harrison Smith Scholarship.
Founded in 1922 by the bequest of J. Henley Smith, Class of 1863, in memory of Jonathan Bayard Harrison Smith, Class of 1829.

Jonathan Bayard Smith Scholarship.
Founded in 1922 by the bequest of J. Henley Smith, Class of 1863, in memory of the Honorable
Jonathan Bayard Smith, Class of 1760, a Trustee of the College, 1779–1807.

Samuel Harrison Smith Scholarship.
Founded in 1922 by the bequest of J. Henley Smith, Class of 1863, in memory of Samuel Harrison Smith, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and Master of Arts, Princeton 1797.

T. Leaming Smith, Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1960 in memory of T. Leaming Smith, Jr., Class of 1943, by his parents.

Murray Carleton Smouse, Class of 1915, Scholarship.Established in 1977 by the bequest of Murray Carleton Smouse, Class of 1915.

Rose O. and Robert L. Snider Scholarship. Established in 2006 during the Aspire Campaign by Bruce R. Snider '83 in honor of his parents to benefit undergraduate students who participate in varsity baseball.

William D. Snyder, Jr. ’40 Student Aid Fund. 
Established in 1999 by William D. Snyder, Jr., Class of 1940.

Ali Reza Soudavar Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1986 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Fereydoon Soudavar in memory of his son, Ali Reza Soudavar.

Special Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1963 by an anonymous donor.

Ridgway Spencer Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1951 by Frank N. Spencer, Class of 1905, in memory of his son, Ridgway Spencer, Class of 1930.

William Corbit Spruance, Class of 1894, Scholarship.
Established in 1940 by Mrs. William C. Spruance and her children, in memory of her husband, William Corbit Spruance, Class of 1894.

Edwin McMaster Stanton War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1926 by the Class of 1897 in memory of their classmate, Edwin McMaster, who was killed in action in France on October 14, 1918, during World War I.

David Steinberg Scholarship.
Established in 1954 by Mrs. Fannie Steinberg in memory of her son.

DeWitt Stern ’32 Scholarship.
Established in 1995 by the bequest of DeWitt Stern, Class of 1932.

John Stevens Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1951 by friends in memory of John Stevens, Class of 1929.

Peter Cooper Stevenson ’45 Student Aid Fund.

Established in 1987 by Mrs. Stevenson in memory of her husband, Peter Cooper Stevenson, Class of 1945.

Alexander Maitland Stewart 1898 Scholarship.

Established in 1977 by James Maitland Stewart, Class of 1932, in memory of his father, Alexander Maitland Stewart, Class of 1898, and in honor of the Class of 1932 on its forty-fifth anniversary.

Henry Clay Stewart Scholarship.

Founded in 1940 by a bequest under the will of Mirah R. Stewart, in memory of her husband, Henry Clay Stewart, Class of 1884, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Alexander Stobo Memorial Scholarship.

Founded in 1933 by his sister, Mrs. Philip L. James, in memory of Alexander Stobo, Class of 1903.

James L. Stoltzfus ’47 Scholarship.

Founded in 1999 by James L. Stoltzfus, Class of 1947.

Edgar Stone Scholarship
Established anonymously in 2013 by an alumnus and his wife.

William Clinton Story, Class of 1913, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established in 1920 by the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Story in memory of their son, William Clinton Story, who died on February 26, 1918 from wounds sustained in a plane crash.

Diana L. Strassmann and Jeffery A. Smisek Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by Diana L. Strassmann and Jeffery A. Smisek.

Walter M. Strine, Jr. ’58 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1986 by Walter M. Strine, Jr., Class of 1958.

William Strong Memorial Scholarship. 
Established by the Class of 1911 in memory of William Strong who died in service in World War I in Pasadena, California, on December 21, 1919.

Ludwig Stross Scholarship.
Established in 1943 by the bequest of Mrs. Iness Stross in memory of her husband, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

John Stuart, Class of 1900, Memorial Scholarship.

Established in 1970 by a bequest from his estate and increased by the gifts of his widow, Ellen Shumway Stuart.

Frederick Sturges Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1937 by Frederick Sturges, Jr., Class of 1897, and Frederick Sturges III, Class of 1936.

Arthur A. Styvers Scholarship.
Founded in 1943 by the bequest of Mrs. Julia Styvers in memory of her husband, Controller of the University, for undergraduate and graduate aid.

Solon E. Summerfield Foundation Scholarship.
Established in 1991 by the Solon E. Summerfield Foundation, Inc.

Frank W. Sutton ’40 Scholarship.

Established in 1995 by the gift of Mrs. June M. Sutton-Maloney in memory of her first husband, Frank W. Sutton, Class of 1940.

James Jefferson Swofford, Jr. War Memorial Scholarship.
 
Established by the Class of 1915 in honor of James Jefferson Swofford, Jr. who died in service at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, November 7, 1918 during World War I.

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Arthur Richmond Taber, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 to honor Arthur Richmond Taber who died in service during World War I on February 11, 1919, in France, when the plane in which has was making a test flight crashed to the ground out of control. 

Alexander L. Taggart '04 Scholarship Fund. 
Established in 2004 by Elizabeth Lees Taggart '78 to honor her great grandfather Alexander L. Taggart, Class of 1904.

David M. Taggart, Class of 1973, Scholarship Fund.
Established in 2013 by Ruth L. Berkelman, Class of 1973, in honor of her husband, David M. Taggart, Class of 1973.

J. Frederick Talcott, Class of 1888, Scholarship.
Established in 1976 by members of the Talcott family through the James Talcott Fund in memory of J. Frederick Talcott, Class of 1888.

Allen Williamson Talley Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1916 in memory of Allen Williamson Talley who died while in service during World War I in action in France on October 7, 1918.

David and Peggy Tanner ’80 Scholarship.
Established in 1999 by David Tanner, Class of 1980.

Tarr-Centeno Memorial Scholarship in Modern Languages.
Established in 1985 by the bequest of Lennox J. Wilson, Class of 1932.

James Barber Tate Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1974 in memory by his daughter, Mrs. Wallace Blauvelt Lydecker.

Anson W. H. Taylor, Class of 1919, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1960 by Anson W. H. Taylor, Jr., Class of 1951, in memory of his father.

Thomas H. Taylor, Class of 1930, Scholarship.
Established in 1987 by the bequest of Thomas H. Taylor, Class of 1930.

Cabell Breckinridge Ten Eyck, 1917, War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1917 in honor of Cabell Ten Eyck who died in service during World War I on January 10, 1918.

F. William Thacher, Jr., ’38 and John H. Thacher ’41 Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1978 in memory of the Thacher brothers by their family and friends.

Victoria Sears Thaler, Brookline High School and Princeton University Parent Scholarship. Established in 2000 by Richard W. Thaler, Jr., Class of 1973, in honor of his mother, Victoria Sears Thaler to be awarded to graduates of Brookline High School.

Third Century Scholarship.
Established in 1946 by the Board of Trustees in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Princeton University’s founding.

Gerald Provost Thomas Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1919 in memory of their classmate, Gerald Thomas, who died in service during World War I in action in France on September 22, 1918.

Julia S. and George C. Thomas, Jr. Scholarship.
Founded in 1953 and added to in 1960 by Julia S. and George C. Thomas, Jr., Class of 1911.

Robert R. Thomas, Class of 1945, Scholarship.
Established in 1996 by the bequest of Robert R. Thomas, Class of 1945.

Stephen G. Thomas, Class of 1888, Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1950 by Mrs. Stephen G. Thomas in memory of her husband, Stephen G. Thomas, Class of 1888, for undergraduate or graduate aid.

Thompson Scholarship.

Established in 1927 by the bequest of Frank Forrester Thompson, Class of 1894, in memory of his father, the Rev. Dr. Samuel T. Thompson, Class of 1851, and of his uncle, Roland Thompson, a graduate of Jefferson College, Class of 1860.

Beverly T. Thompson, Jr. Scholarship.

Established in 1995 by the bequest of Beverly Tucker Thompson, Jr.

Geraldine Livingston Thompson Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1968 by a gift from Mrs. Elisabeth Thompson Babcock as a memorial to her mother.

John Sharpley Thompson, Jr. War Memorial Scholarship.  
Established by the Class of 1909 to pay tribute to John Sharpley Thompson, Jr. who died in service during World War I on October 14, 1918, at the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.

William H. Thompson Scholarship.

Founded in 1921 by William H. Thompson of Hightstown, New Jersey.

Douglas G. Thomson Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1941 by Bergen County friends and admirers of Douglas G. Thomson, of Englewood, New Jersey, for twenty years an honorary member of the Princeton Alumni Association of Northern New Jersey.

James Ruggles Thorpe, Class of 1925, Scholarship.
Established in 1979 by the bequest of James R. Thorpe, for undergraduate or graduate aid.

William Parr Thorpe and Judy Frear Thorpe, Class of 1969, Financial Aid Fund.  
Established in 2008 during the Aspire Campaign by William P. Thorpe, MD '69.

Tiernan Scholarship.
Established in 1976 in memory of Martin L. Tiernan and his son, J. William Tiernan, Class of 1944, whose bequests to the University made the creation of this fund possible.

William Ferree Timlow, Class of 1886, Scholarship.

Established in 1892 by the bequest of Emily C. Timlow in memory of her father.

Tobin Family Fund for International Student Financial Aid.
Established in 2011 during the Aspire Campaign by Joseph and Edith Tobin P14 to assist international undergraduates from the Middle East.

Owen J. Toland, Jr., ’50 Student Aid Fund.
Established in 1985 as part of A Campaign for Princeton by Owen J. Toland, Jr., Class of 1950.

Carl Edward Touhey, Class of 1939, Scholarship.
Established in 1980 by a gift from Mr. Touhey.

Stokley P. Towles '57 Scholarship Fund.

Established in 2000 by Stokley P. Towles, Class of 1957.

Rear Admiral and Mrs. Charles Russell Train Memorial Scholarship.

Founded in 1965 by Middleton Train, Class of 1934, in honor of his father and mother.

Henrietta S. Treen Scholarship.
Made possible by a trust fund established by the bequest of Mrs. Ralph G. Treen in honor of her husband.

Trent Family Financial Aid Fund.
Established in 2009 during the Aspire Campaign by Peter C. Trent '54 P98.

Maxine E. Trevor and William Trevor, M.D. (Class of 1936) Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 2000 by the bequest of Mae E. Trevor in memory of her son William Trevor ’36 and her daughter Maxine E. Trevor.

Judge Somerville Pinkney Tuck Memorial Scholarship.
Founded in 1927 by William Hallam Tuck, Class of 1912, in memory of his father, Judge Somerville Pinkney Tuck.

Roderick Turner Scholarship.
Established in 1971 by Roderick Turner, M.D.

Simon Ercile Twining Memorial Scholarship.
Established by the University in honor of Simon Ercile Twining, an alumni of the Graduate School who died 'in the Nation's Service' during World War I, of pneumonia in Washington, D.C., on January 7, 1919.

Charles McGhee Tyson Memorial Scholarship.
Established in 1920 by Mr. Tyson's widow. A member of the Class of 1912, Mr. Tyson was killed in a plane accident over the North Sea on October 11, 1918 during World War I.

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