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UO Welcomes Our Newest Stamps Scholars

Recipients double for 2018, include six out-of-state students

It’s an exciting time for the University of Oregon, as this year’s Stamps Scholars prepare to arrive on campus this fall.

In partnership with the Atlanta-based Stamps Family Charitable Foundation, the UO has increased its number of scholarships to 10 — four to in-state students, as it has since 2013, and six additional awards to out-of-state students.

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These 10 incoming freshmen will make a total of 23 Stamps Scholars currently enrolled at the UO.

“The Stamps Foundation has been a great partner with us,” said Roger Thompson, vice president for student services and enrollment management. “By being able to offer five more scholarships, we’re able to bring even more amazing students to the UO.”

 

23
Current Stamps Scholars 
10
Stamps Scholar Alumni
$1.76M
Given to Stamps Scholars

Amahn Enayati signing his Stamps Scholarship with Associate Vice President Jim Brooks looking on

Our Largest Class Yet

This year the UO has partnered with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation to expand our number of awards. This prestigious scholarship covers tuition, fees, and other academic expenses—approximately $125,000 over the course of four years.

How to Apply

 

Meet Our Incoming Stamps Scholars

Parsa Aghel

Parsa Aghel

Zoë Arnaut

Zoë Arnaut

Temerity Bauer

Temerity Bauer

Morgan Darby

Morgan Darby

McKenzie Davis

McKenzie Davis

Zina Dolan

Zina Dolan

Amahn Enayati

Amahn Enayati

Allison Gerhardt

Allison Gerhardt

Brielle Thomas

Brielle Thomas

Rebecca Vance

Rebecca Vance