Duke University Merit Scholarships

Duke University Merit Scholarships

Duke University Merit Scholarships

Published April 3, 2020

Duke University Merit Scholarships

Finding individual college merit scholarship information can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the statistics you need to know about Duke’s merit scholarships, at a quick glance.

Before diving in, make sure to review The Ultimate Guide to Merit Scholarships.

Duke’s Merit Scholarships Statistics

  • Percentage of students with no financial need: 58%
  • Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 1%
  • Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $73,883

Duke’s Merit Scholarships

A.B. Duke Memorial Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Angier B. Duke Scholarship provides support for the intellectually adventurous and curious
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

Alumni Endowed Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Alumni Endowed Scholars Program is for exceptional students with strong family connections to Duke.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

B.N. Duke Scholars Program

  • Summary: The B.N. Duke Scholars Program is for North or South Carolina students serving as leaders of civic engagement initiatives on and off-campus, locally, and beyond.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. Only North or South Carolina residents are eligible for the B.N. Duke Scholars Program.
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

David M. Rubenstein Scholars Program

  • Summary: The David M. Rubenstein Scholars Program is for students with outstanding academic achievement and are the first in their family to attend college.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

Karsh International Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Karsh International Scholars Program is for international students in a variety of areas of study.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. Only international students are eligible for the Karsh International Scholars Program.
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program is for students from Sub-Saharan Africa that demonstrate financial need, academic ability, and deep commitment to their communities.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. Only residents of Sub-Saharan Africa are eligible for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program.
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

Reginaldo Howard Memorial Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Howard Memorial Scholars Program is for students Of African heritage with exceptional academic and personal accomplishments.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

Robertson Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Robertson Scholars Program is for students destined to become great leaders in college and beyond.
  • Qualifications: Students must apply for the Robertson Scholars Program. Some nominations are accepted.
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: November 15th
  • Award amount: N/A

Trinity Scholars Program

  • Summary: The Trinity Scholars Program is for students with outstanding academic achievement from various areas of North and South Carolina.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

 

University Scholars Program

  • Summary: The University Scholars Program is for students with excitement for interdisciplinary research, collaborative thinking, and innovative scholarship.
  • Qualifications: All undergraduate applicants are automatically considered for 9 of the 10 merit scholarships. 
  • How many are available: N/A
  • Deadline: CSS profile and FAFSA due February 1st
  • Award amount: N/A

 

To learn more about Duke’s Merit Scholarship opportunities, visit here

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Merit scholarship information for other schools:

 USC Rutgers Vanderbilt Carnegie Mellon NYU Georgia Tech Northeastern Northwestern Tulane University of Michigan Ohio State University Boston University University of Alabama Case Western Reserve Boston College Purdue University Penn State Rice University University of Virginia UAH Notre Dame

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