You are here: Home / News / Top Merit-Based Scholarships Cover Full Cost of Attendance for 20 Class of 2024 Students

Top Merit-Based Scholarships Cover Full Cost of Attendance for 20 Class of 2024 Students

 

Each year prospective freshmen, with a strong record of high academic achievement, leadership, and service, are nominated for consideration through the admissions process for two of the university’s top merit-based scholarships. 

The Stamps Scholarship is in partnership with the Strive Foundation. This elite award offers a full cost of attendance for four years, as well as up to $14,000 for enrichment experiences, the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the President's Future Leaders in Research Program, and a one-time use $1,100 laptop stipend.

Stamps Scholars are directed to resources that will help cultivate each scholar's intellectual distinction, initiative, and commitment to service, leadership, global knowledge, and career exploration. This year’s recipients are: 

 

Mackenzie Cormier 

Breaux Bridge, LA

Screen Arts - Production 

 

Eryn Kennedy 

Baton Rouge, LA

Chemical Engineering 

 

Ben Klein 

Mandeville, LA

Biological Sciences

 

Kenedi Lynch 

Houston, TX

Biological Sciences

 

Aidan McGhee

Benton, LA

Biological Sciences

 

Ranna Okeil

Baton Rouge, LA

Economics

 

Bridget Seghers

Covington, LA

Animal Sciences - Science and Technology

 

Jon Simak 

Rockville, MD

Coastal Environmental Science - Applied Coastal Environmental Science

 

RaLee Wall

Manasquan, NJ

Kinesiology - Human Movement Science

 

Dylan Wichman 

Billings, MT

Computer Science - Software Engineering

 

The President’s Alumni Scholarship is funded through the LSU Alumni Association from an endowment made in memory of Ola and Ruth Cain by Gordon A. Cain and Mary H. Cain.

Recipients receive full cost of attendance for four years, a $2,000 study abroad stipend, and the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the President's Future Leaders in Research Program,and a one-time use $1,100 laptop stipend. This year’s recipients are: 

 

Daniela Azevedo

Richmond, TX 

Biological Sciences 

 

Brooks Belanger

Shreveport, LA

Accounting 

 

Miscia Fortna

Orlando, FL

Physics - Medical Physics

 

Elanor Fuller

Kaukauna, WI

Science - Undecided 

 

River Holland 

Benton, AR

Pre-Medicine 

 

Camille McGarvey 

Columbia, MD

Mechanical Engineering 

 

Jean Ross Normand

Broussard, LA

Mechanical Engineering 

 

Anna Stebbins

New Orleans, LA

Biological Sciences 

 

Anna Cate Strong

Madison, MS

Political Science - Public Policy 

 

Claire White 

Shreveport, LA

Computer Science - Software Engineering