Fully Funded Stamps Scholarship Program is available at University of Notre Dame.
University of Notre Dame is a private research university in Notre Dame, Indiana. The university offers undergraduate education through its six colleges, Arts and Letters, Science, Engineering, Business, Architecture and Global Affairs. Moreover, the School of Architecture is famous for teaching New Classical Architecture. Furthermore, the university is consistently among the top universities in the world. Above all, it is in 212th position in the QS World University Rankings 2019.
The University of Notre Dame is a proud partner of the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation. Through that association, it awards multi-year tuition scholarships with additional enrichment funds for students to use toward their academic and professional development. The Stamps Scholars Program at Notre Dame attracts exceptional students who exemplify leadership, service, scholarship, innovation, and character.
Students must fall within top three percent of admitted class; must demonstrate academic merit, strong leadership potential, as well as exceptional character.
- An annual scholarship that covers tuition and fees as well as the estimated cost of books, personal expenses, and transportation for up to four years (or five years for a student in the School of Architecture) of study as a full-time undergraduate student at the University
- A $12,000 enrichment fund for expenses including study abroad, unpaid internships and research
- Faculty advising, intentional intellectual engagement, special lectures and events, and peer support and interaction as part of a community of exceptional leaders in the Notre Dame Scholars’ Program
Selection of Scholars
The University of Notre Dame Enrollment Division together with the Faculty Director of the Notre Dame Scholars’ Program manages the selection of Stamps Scholars by identifying students from among the highest achieving applicants in the Restrictive Early Action and Regular Decision pools who demonstrate academic merit, strong leadership potential, and exceptional character.