The Trinity Scholars Program

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Trinity Scholarships honor Duke’s origins as Trinity College, located in Randolph County, North Carolina. Offered to students from specific regions of North and South Carolina, Trinity Scholars excel academically and are engaged community leaders. For some Trinity scholarships, students may also need to demonstrate financial need. Together with peers in the Trinity Scholars Program, Alumni Scholars have access to mentoring from faculty, staff, and fellow scholars.

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Study Abroad

Trinity Scholars can use their scholarship to participate in study abroad opportunities.  Sebastian Sanchez is currently studying in Copenhagen for the semester.

Learn more about Sebastian here
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Dr. Stephen Craig, Trinity and Alumni Scholarships Faculty Director

Dr. Craig is the William T. Miller Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and is Director of the NSF Center for the Chemistry of Molecularly Optimized Networks and head of the Craig Lab in the Duke Department of Chemistry. His current research includes the design and synthesis of self-healing polymers and the study of transition states and reactive intermediates, and he teaches Chemistry 101 as well as Organic Chemistry. Trinity and Alumni Scholars alike benefit from his wisdom - and humor in the chemistry classroom! 

Learn more about Dr. Craig here
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Current Trinity Scholars

Get to know our current Trinity Scholars here.

Current Scholars

The Scholarships

Awarded to undergraduate students with financial need whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of North Carolina.

Awarded to a student who at the time of application legally resides in the High Point area, including Archdale, Jamestown, the community of Trinity and unincorporated areas of Guilford, Randolph, Davidson and Forsyth Counties adjacent to High Point and deemed part of the city.

Awarded to undergraduate students whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of North Carolina in the Greensboro area.

Awarded to a North Carolina student with financial need admitted as a first-year student to Trinity College of Arts and Sciences.

Awarded to undergraduate students whose legal residence at the time of application is within a four-county area, including Davidson, Montgomery, Randolph, and Guilford counties.

Awarded to undergraduate students whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of South Carolina. First preference is given to students from Marlboro County, then the Pee Dee area counties, including Dillon, Chesterfield, Florence, Marion, Williamsburg, Georgetown, and Horry.

Awarded to undergraduate students whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of North Carolina in Guilford County.

Awarded to a student who at the time of application legally resides in the High Point area, including Archdale, Jamestown, the community of Trinity and unincorporated areas of Guilford, Randolph, Davidson and Forsyth Counties adjacent to High Point and deemed part of the city.

Awarded to undergraduate students who graduated from high schools in eastern North Carolina counties, excluding scholars participating in intercollegiate football, basketball, or baseball.

Awarded to undergraduate students with financial need whose legal residence at the time of application is within the state of North Carolina, specifically in the High Point area.

Awarded to a student who at the time of application legally resides in the High Point area, including Archdale, Jamestown, the community of Trinity and unincorporated areas of Guilford, Randolph, Davidson and Forsyth Counties adjacent to High Point and deemed part of the city.

Awarded to a North Carolina student, with first preference given to Guilford County residents.

Awarded to a student who at the time of application legally resides in the High Point area, including Archdale, Jamestown, the community of Trinity and unincorporated areas of Guilford, Randolph, Davidson and Forsyth Counties adjacent to High Point and deemed part of the city.