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2011-2012 Undergraduate Catalog

FEES AND FINANCIAL AID

Scholarship Funds

The following scholarship funds are used to enhance Bryn Mawr's need-based financial aid program. They are not awarded separately.

The Barbara Goldman Aaron Scholarship Fund was established by Barbara Goldman Aaron ‘53. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2005)

The Warren Akin IV Scholarship Fund was established by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Akin (father) and Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan Akin (brother) in memory of Warren Akin IV, M.A. 1971, Ph.D. 1975. The fund is to be awarded in the following order of preference: first, to graduate students in English; second, to any graduate student; third, to any Bryn Mawr student. (1984)

The George I. Alden Scholarship Fund was established by the George I. Alden Trust through a challenge grant. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1998)

The Johanna M. Atkiss Scholarship Fund was established by Ruth R. Atkiss ‘36 in memory of her mother. The income will be used to provide scholarship assistance to a student preferably from the Philadelphia High School for Girls. In the event that there is no student with financial need from the Philadelphia High School for Girls in a given year, the income may support either a student from the Masterman School in Philadelphia, or a Philadelphia area public high school. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1999)

The Mildred P. Bach Scholarship Fund was established by Mildred P. Bach, A.B. 1926. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1992)

The William O. and Carole Bailey ‘61 Scholarship Fund was established by Carole Parsons Bailey ‘61 and William O. Bailey. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1994)

The Baird Scholarship Endowment was established by Bridget Baird ‘69. Income from this fund shall be used to support financial aid for undergraduate students with preference given to minority students with significant financial need. (2008)

The Barbara Otnow Baumann ‘54 Scholarship Fund was established through a bequest from Barbara Otnow Baumann ‘54 to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to a student from the New York metropolitan area. (2006)

The Edith Schmid Beck Scholarship Fund was established by Edith Schmid Beck ‘44. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student working toward world peace who have shown genuine commitment to working toward international peace and justice, regardless of their academic major. Edith Beck had strong interest in fostering global solutions to world problems; she made a life-long commitment to erasing human differences that led to conflict and to working toward a worldwide acceptance and compliance with a universal code of law and social justice. (1999)

The Susanna E. Bedell Fund provides undergraduate financial aid. (2007)

The Beekey Scholarship Fund was established by Lois E. Beekey, A.B. 1955, Sara Beekey Pfeffenroth, A.B. 1963, and their mother, Mrs. Cyrus E. Beekey. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a student majoring in a modern foreign language or in English. (1985)

The Star K. and Estan J. Bloom Scholarship Fund was established by Star K. Bloom, A.B. 1960, and her husband, Estan J. Bloom, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to students from the southern part of the United States, with first preference given to residents of Alabama. (1976)

The Virginia Burdick Blumberg Scholarship Fund was established by Virginia Burdick Blumberg, A.B. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1998)

The Norma and John Bowles ARCS Endowment for Sciences was established by Norma Landwehr Bowles ‘42 and is administered in accordance with the interests of the ARCS (Achievement Research for College Students) Foundation, which seeks to encourage young women to pursue careers in the sciences. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference for students studying the sciences. (1987)

The Bryn Mawr Club of Princeton Scholarship was established by The Bryn Mawr Club of Princeton. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to a student from the Princeton area or from elsewhere in New Jersey. (1973)

The Mariam Coffin Canaday Scholarship Fund was established by Ward M. Canaday, Trustee, George W. Ritter, co-Trustee and Frank H. Canaday, co-Trustee, of the Ward M. and Mariam C. Canaday Educational and Charitable Trust. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to a student from metropolitan Toledo, Ohio, the residence of Ward M. and Mariam C. Canaday. (1968)

The Patricia L. Chapman MSS ‘81 Endowed Scholarship Fund for the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research was established by Patricia L. Chapman MSS ‘81. The Chapman Fund supports financial aid for single mothers raising children while balancing the demands of family, school and work. (2010)

The Class of 1922 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Margaret Crosby, B.A. 1922, Ph.D. Yale 1934. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1972)

The Class of 1939 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by members of the Class of 1939. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1985)

The Class of 1943 Scholarship Fund was established by the James H. and Alice I. Goulder Foundation, Inc., of which Alice Ireman Goulder ‘43, and her husband were officers. Members of the Class of 1943 and others have added to the Fund. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1974)

The Class of 1944 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by members of the Class of 1944. The Class of 1944 Memorial Scholarship Fund was initiated in 1954 in memory of Jean Brunn Mungall, the Class's first president, and continues to memorialize subsequent deceased members. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1988)

Class of 1956 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Members of the Class of 1956 to commemorate their 55th reunion. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2011)

The Class of 1957 Scholarship Fund was established by Members of the Class of 1957 to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2007)

The Class of 1958 Scholarship Fund was established by membesr of the class to commemorate their 40th Reunion. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1998)

The Class of 1960 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by members of the class has established the Scholarship to commemorate their 50th Reunion. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2010)

The Margaret Jackson Clowes Scholarship Fund was established by Margaret Jackson Clowes ‘37. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2008)

The Evelyn Flower Morris Cope and Jacqueline Pascal Morris Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Edward W. Evans and other family members in memory of Evelyn Flower Morris Cope 1903 and Jacqueline Pascal Morris Evans 1908. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1958)

The Regina Katharine Crandall Scholarship Fund was established by a group of Regina Katharine Crandall's students and friends. She was a member of the teaching staff at Bryn Mawr College from 1902 to 1916; Associate in English 1916 to 1917; Associate Professor of English Composition 1917 to 1918; Margaret Kingsland Haskell Professor of English Composition 1918 to 1933. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to a student who has shown excellence in writing. (1950)

The Louise Hodges Crenshaw Scholarship Fund was established by Miss Evelyn Hodges, sister of the late Louise Crenshaw, died and left half of her residuary estate to the Army Relief Society. Before her death, Miss Hodges indicated to Parke Hodges, her brother, a wish to change her will and make certain funds available to Bryn Mawr College, in memory of Mrs. Crenshaw, to provide job counseling for Bryn Mawr graduates. The Army Relief Society (since merged with the Army Emergency Relief) was advised by its legal counsel that it could not make an unrestricted gift to Bryn Mawr College, but could give funds to the College as a memorial to Mrs. Crenshaw for individuals and purposes in accordance with their certificate of incorporation. The Army Emergency Relief Board of Managers approved a gift to Bryn Mawr College to be added to the College's endowment and to be used for scholarships for dependent children of Army members meeting AER eligibility requirements. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1978)

The Raymond E. and Hilda Buttenwieser Crist ‘20 Scholarship Fund was established by Raymond E. Crist. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1989)

The Annie Lawrie Fabens Crozier Scholarship Fund was established by Mr. and Mrs. Abbot F. Usher in memory of Mrs. Usher's daughter, Annie Lawrie Fabens Crozier, ‘51, who died only a few years after her graduation from Bryn Mawr. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to a Junior or Senior majoring in English. (1960)

The Louise Dickey Davison Fund was established in memory of Louise Dickey Davison ‘37 b y her husband, Roderic H. Davison and son, R. John Davison. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to students studying Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology. (1995)

The Dean's Fund was established by Sandra Berwind, M.A. ‘61, Ph.D ‘68 in honor of Dean Karen Tidmarsh ‘71 to create The Dean's Fund. Preference is to be given to graduates of Philadelphia area public high schools. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2006)

The Anna Janney DeArmond Endowed Fund was established by Anna Janney DeArmond's friend, Gertrude Weaver in 1999. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2008)

The Dolphin Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Joan Gross Scheuer ‘42 to provide long-term support for the Dolphin Scholarships after the Dolphin Program ended in 1998. The purpose of the Dolphin Endowed Scholarship Fund is to support students from the New York City Public Schools. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1991)

The Josephine Devigne Donovan Memorial Fund was established by family and friends of Josephine Devigne Donovan ‘38. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student studying in France her junior year. (1996)

The Barbara Cooley McNamee Dudley Fund was established by Robin Krivanek, sister of Barbara Cooley McNamee Dudley, A.B. 1942 and mother of Jennifer Krivanek, A.B. ‘75, aid to students from outside the United States. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to students from outside the United States, not excluding members of families temporarily living in the United States. (1983)

The Ellen Silberblatt Edwards Scholarship Fund was established by Lucy Friedman ‘65 and Temma Kaplan, and other friends and classmates of Ellen Edwards to honor her memory. The Ellen Edwards Scholarship will be awarded to an entering student whose promise for success at Bryn Mawr is not necessarily shown in conventional ways. Preference is to be given to a student from New York City. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1994)

The Charles E. Ellis Scholarship shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1985)

The Rebecca Winsor Evans and Ellen Winsor Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Rebecca Winsor Evans, who died on July 25, 1959. She survived her sister, Ellen Winsor, by only 20 minutes. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a minority student. (1959)

The Helen Feldman Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1968 for the establishment of a Fund in the name of Helen Feldman their classmate who was killed in an automobile accident in August, 1967 the summer before her senior year. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a student spending the summer studying in Russia. (1968)

The Cora B. and F. Julius Fohs Perpetual Scholarship Fund was established by the Fohs Foundation of Houston, Texas. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1965)

The Lucy Norman Friedman Scholarship Fund was established by Lucy Norman Friedman ‘65. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to those with substantial need. (2007)

The Edgar M. Funkhouser Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Anne Funkhouser Francis ‘33, from the estate of her father, Edgar M. Funkhouse. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference being given to residents from southwest Virginia and thereafter to students from District III. (1984)

The Helen Hartman Gemmill Fund for Financial Aid was established by a bequest from Helen Hartman Gemmill, A.B. 1938, of Jamison, Pennsylvania who died on December 11, 1998. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1999)

The Samuel and Esther Goldin Endowment was established by Rosaline Goldin and Julia Goldin in memory of their parents. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for students studying Hebrew or Judaic studies. (2001)

The Hazel Goldmark Fund was established by the daughters of Hazel Seligman Goldmark, A.B. 1930, of New York, New York. Hazel Goldmark worked for many years in the New York Bookstore to raise money scholarships. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1991)

The Barbara and Arturo Gomez Fund was established by Barbara Baer Gomez ‘43, M.A. ‘44 and Arturo Gomez. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a Mexican undergraduate. (1997)

The Phyllis Goodhart Gordan Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1935 in honor of Phyllis Goodhart Gordan, A.B. 1935. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to students in the languages. (1985)

The Nora M. and Patrick J. Healy Fund was established by friends and family in memory of Nora M. Healy, mother of Margaret M. Healy, Ph.D. 1969 and Nora T. Healy, M.S.S. 1973.

The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to graduate students. (1984)

The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students was established by The Hearst Foundation, Inc. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for minority students. (1992)

The Katharine Houghton Hepburn Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Katharine Hepburn in memory of her mother, Katharine Houghton Hepburn 1899, and will be awarded to "a student who has demonstrated both ability in her chosen field and independence in mind and spirit." The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1958)

The Annemarie Bettmann Holborn Fund was established by Hanna Holborn Gray ‘50 and her husband, Charles Gray, in honor of Mrs. Gray's mother, Annemarie Bettmann Holborn. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate or graduate financial aid to a student in the field of classics, including classical archaeology. (1991)

The Leila Houghteling Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by family and friends in memory of Leila Houghteling 1911, of Winnetka, Illinois. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1929)

The Lillia Babbitt Hyde Scholarship Fund was established by the Lillia Babbitt Hyde Foundation. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to students who plan to pursue a medical education or a scientific education in Chemistry. (1963)

The Elizabeth Bethune Higginson Jackson Scholarship Fund was established by Deborah Jackson Weiss, A.B. 1968 and her family in memory of her grandmother, Elizabeth Bethune Higginson Jackson, A.B. 1897, who died on January 14, 1974. Elizabeth Bethune Higginson Jackson, herself an alumna of Bryn Mawr, had two daughters, two daughters-in-law and three granddaughters who attended Bryn Mawr, and was a major donor to the Class of 1897 Professorship in Science. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1974)

The Kate Kaiser Scholarship Fund was established by Ruth Kaiser Nelson ‘58 in her mother's name. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for nontraditional-age students. (1991)

The Sue Mead Kaiser Scholarship Fund was established by The Bryn Mawr Club of Northern California and other individuals. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1974)

The Sara Mann Ketcham ‘42 Scholarship Fund was established by established by Sara Mann Ketcham ‘42. The income will support her for all four years at the College, assuming ongoing financial need. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference for a graduate of Philadelphia High School for Girls if there is no student with financial need from the Philadelphia High School for Girls, the Fund may be used to provide support for a student from a Philadelphia area public high school. (2007)

The Kopal Scholarship Fund was established by Zdenka Kopal Smith ‘65 and her family in memory of Zdeněk Kopal and Eva M. Kopal. The scholarship was conceived of by Zdenka's late sister, Eva M. Kopal, Class of 1971, to honor her father, astronomer Zdeněk Kopal (1914-1993). The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2001)

The Melodee Siegel Kornacker ‘60 Fellowship in Science was established by Melodee Siegel Kornacker, Ph.D., A.B. 1960, of Columbus, Ohio. The fund shall be used to provide graduate financial aid to a student in biology, chemistry, geology, physics or psychology in that order. (1976)

The Hertha Kraus Scholarship Fund was established to support a student of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research with demonstrated financial need. (2007)

The Laura Schlageter Krause ‘43 Scholarship Fund in the Humanities was established by Laura Schlageter Krause ‘43. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student in the humanities. (1998)

The Charlotte Louise Belshe Kress Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Paul F. Kress, husband of Charlotte Louise Belshe Kress, Class of 1954, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1994)

The The Langdon-Schieffelin Fund was established by Bayard Schieffelin and his wife, Virginia Loomis Schieffelin, A.B. 1930, during the Centennial Campaign. They requested that The Langdon-Schieffelin Fund be established, saying that the funds were given in gratitude for the years at Bryn Mawr of the following students: Julia Langdon Loomis, 1898, Ida Langdon, 1905, Barbara Schieffelin Bosanquet, 1927 Virginia Loomis Schieffelin, 1930, Barbara Schieffelin Powell, 1962. The fund shall be used to provide faculty salaries or undergraduate financial aid. (1982)

The Minor W. Latham Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from John C. Latham of New York City, brother of Minor W. Latham, a graduate student during 1902-04. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a student studying English and residing in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky. (1984)

The Marguerite Lehr Scholarship Fund was established by an anonymous alumna in memory of Marguerite Lehr, Ph.D. 1923, and a member of the Bryn Mawr faculty from 1924 to 1967. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid who have excelled in Mathematics. (1988)

The Jean Lucas Lenard ‘59 Scholarship Fund was established by John and Jean Lucas to provide financial assistance to an undergraduate student with documented financial need who demonstrates the highest academic promise and a personal commitment to the values of Bryn Mawr College. This scholarship will provide support to a junior or senior pursuing a career in biochemistry or molecular biology. (2011)

The Louise Steinhart Loeb Scholarship Fund was established by the Louise and Henry Loeb Fund at Community Funds, Inc. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2001)

The Vi and Paul Loo Scholarship Fund was established by Violet ‘56 and Paul Loo to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to students from Hawaii. (2007)

The Alice Low Lowry Fund for Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships and Tuition Grants was established by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Alice Low Lowry, 1938, of Shaker Heights, Ohio. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate and graduate financial aid. (1968)

The Lucas Scholarship Fund was established by Diana Daniel Lucas ‘44 in memory of her parents, Eugene Willett van Court Lucas, Jr., and Diana Elmendorf Richards Lucas; her brother, Peter Randell Lucas; and her uncle, John Daniel Lucas. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1985)

The Katharine Mali Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Katharine Mali A.B. 1923 of New York, New York. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1980)

The Dorothy Nepper Marshall Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Dorothy N. Marshall, Ph.D. 1944, of Brookline Massachusetts. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1986)

The Katharine E. McBride Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by a McBride alumna who offered an anonymous challenge to alumnae and friends of the McBride Program. A second challenge from Susan Ahlstrom ‘93 and Bill Ahlstrom helped complete the challenge. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate students in the McBride Program with financial aid with preference given to sophomores, juniors or seniors. (2001)

The Katharine E. McBride Undergraduate Scholarship Fund was established by Gwen Davis ‘54, of Beverly Hills, California. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1970)

The Carol McMurtrie Scholarship Fund was established by Carol Cain McMurtrie ‘66. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2007)

The Midwest Scholarship Endowment Fund was established by alumnae of District VII. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to Midwestern students. (1974)

The Elinor Dodge Miller Scholarship Fund was established to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1985)

The Karen Lee Mitchell ‘86 Scholarship Fund was established by Carolyn and Gary Mitchell in memory of their daughter, Karen. The purpose of the Fund is to provide scholarship support for students of English literature, with a special interest in women's studies, a field of particular concern to Karen Mitchell. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1992)

The Jesse S. Moore Fund was established by Caroline Moore, A.B. 1956 and her husband Peter "for post-college-age women with financial need who have matriculated at Bryn Mawr from the Special Studies Program." The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1982)

The Mrs. Wistar Morris Japanese Scholarship was established by the Japanese Scholarship Committee of Philadelphia. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for Japanese students. (1978)

The Frank L. and Mina W. Neall Scholarship Fund was established by the bequest of Adelaide W. Neall in memory of Miss Neall's parents. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1957)

The Bryn Mawr Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation was established by The Spaulding-Potter Charitable Trusts, of Keene, New Hampshire through a challenge for alumnae of Bryn Mawr living in New Hampshire. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to students from New Hampshire. (1964)

The Patricia McKnew Nielsen Scholarship Fund was established by Patricia McKnew Nielsen, A.B. 1943. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to psychology majors. (1985)

The Jane M. Oppenheimer Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Dr. James H. Oppenheimer, father of Jane Oppenheimer, A.B. 1932, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor Emeritus of Biology and History of Science Department of Biology. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to Jewish Biology students. (1997)

The Jean Shaffer Oxtoby ‘42 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by her son, David Oxtoby. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2010)

The Pacific Northwest Scholarship Fund was established to provide undergraduate financial aid to students from the Pacific Northwest. (1976)

The Marie Hambalek Palm ‘70 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Gregory Palm, together with family and friends of his late wife, Marie Hambalek Palm ‘70. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1998)

The Margaret Tyler Paul Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1922 in honor of their 40th Reunion. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1963)

The Delia Avery Perkins Fund was established by a bequest from Delia Avery Perkins, 1900, of Montclair, New Jersey. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for freshman students from northern New Jersey. (1963)

The Mary DeWitt Pettit Scholarship was established by the Class of 1928 to honor their classmate.

The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference given to a student studying the sciences. (1978)

The Julia Peyton Phillips Scholarship Fund was established in 1986 with a gift from the Fairfield County Community Foundation. Since that time, the fund has provided scholarship support for undergraduates studying Latin, Greek, American History, or English.

The Vinton Liddell Pickens ‘22 Scholarship Fund was established by Cornelia Pickens Suhler ‘47 in memory of her mother. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference to students with a major in Fine Arts or the Growth and Structure of Cities, or a concentration in Environmental Studies. (1995)

The Louise Hyman Pollak Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Louise Hyman Pollak 1908, of Cincinnati, Ohio. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student from Cincinnati or the surrounding area. (1932)

The Porter Scholarship Fund was established by Carol Porter Carter, A.B. 1960 and her mother, Mrs. Paul W. Porter, for the establishment of a scholarship fund. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a returning student. (1985)

The Patricia A. Quinn Scholarship Fund was established by Joseph J. Connolly has in honor of his wife, Patricia Quinn Connolly ‘91. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a student from a high school of the Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

Should no graduate of the Archdiocesan school system require financial aid in a given year, the Quinn Scholarship shall be awarded to a student with financial need in the Katharine E. McBride Scholars Program, or to another nontraditional-aged student at the College. (1991)

The Caroline Remak Ramsay Scholarship Fund was established by Caroline Remak Ramsay ‘25. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for undergraduate students in the social sciences. (1992)

The Maximilian and Reba E. Richter Scholarship Fund was established by Charles Segal, Esq., attorney for and one of the Trustees of the Estate of Max Richter, father of Helen R. Elser, 1913, The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student from a New York City public high school or college. (1961)

The Alice Mitchell Rivlin Scholarship Fund was established by an anonymous donor in honor of Alice Mitchell Rivlin ‘52. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1996)

The Barbara Paul Robinson Scholarship Fund was established by Barbara Paul Robinson ‘62. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid who demonstrates the highest academic promise, a determined spirit and a personal commitment to public service and the values of Bryn Mawr College. (2007)

The Serena Hand Savage Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by family and friends of Serena Hand Savage ‘22, former President of the Alumnae Association in her memory. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a Junior who shows great distinction in scholarship and character, and who may need assistance to finish her last two years of College. (1951)

The Constance E. Schaar Memorial Fund was established by the parents, family, fellow students and friends of Constance E. Schaar, who graduated in 1963 but who died during the year following her graduation. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1964)

The Joseph and Gertrude Schrot Scholarship Fund was established through a bequest from Gertrude S. Schrot of Philadelphia. The fund shall be used to provide financial aid to students of non-traditional age. (2010)

The Mary Wilson Schwertz '41 Scholarship Fund was established by Mary Wilson Schwertz '41. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference for a student studying chemistry. (2011)

The Judith Harris Selig Fund was established by a bequest from Judith Harris Selig, Class of 1957. Her friends and family made additional gifts in her memory. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1968)

The Smalley Foundation, Inc. Scholarship was established to provide undergraduate financial aid. Grant was made to Bryn Mawr in 1995 in honor of Elisa Dearhouse '85.

The W.W. Smith Scholarship Prize is made possible by a grant from the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust for financial aid support for past W.W. Smith Scholarship recipients who have shown academic excellence and are beginning their senior year. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1986)

The W.W. Smith Scholar Grants are made possible by the W.W. Smith Charitable Trust. The scholarships are awarded to needy, full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing, and may be awarded to the same student for two or more years. (1978)

The C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund was established by The Starr Foundation, of New York City. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1988)

The Amy Sussman Steinhart Scholarship Fund was established by the family of Amy Sussman Steinhart Class of 1902, of San Francisco. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for a student from the Western states. (1932)

The Anna Lord Strauss Scholarship and Fellowship Fund was established by the Ivy Fund, of which Anna Lord Strauss was the President. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to students interested in public service or the process of government. (1976)

The Solon E. Summerfield Foundation was established by Gray Struther '54 to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1958)

The Elizabeth Prewitt Taylor Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Elizabeth P. Taylorfrom the Class of 1921. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1960)

The Marion B. Tinaglia Scholarship Fund was established by John J. Tinaglia in memory of his wife, Edith Marion Brunt Tinaglia ‘45. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1983)

The Kate Wendall Townsend Scholarship Fund was established by Katharine W. Sisson, A.B. 1920 who died on July 6, 1978 in honor of her mother. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid with preference for a student from New England who has made a definite contribution to the life of the College in some way besides scholastic achievement. (1978)

The Hope Wearn Troxell Memorial Scholarship was established by Southern California Alumnae in memory of Hope Wearn Troxell, 1946. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to a student who has contributed responsibly to the life of the College community. (1973)

The Suetse Li Tung ‘50 and Mr. and Mrs. Sumin Li Scholarship Fund for International Students was established by Suetse Li Tung ‘50. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for international students, with preference for students from China. (2008)

The Florence Green Turner Scholarship Fund was established to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1991)

The UPS Endowment Fund Scholarship was established by the Foundation for Independent Colleges, Inc.. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1997)

The Anne Hawks Vaux Scholarship Fund was established by George Vaux of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania in memory of his wife, Anne Hawks Vaux, A.B. 1935, M.A. 1941. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1979)

The Mildred and Carl Otto Von Kienbusch Fund for Undergraduate Scholarships was established by a bequest from Carl Otto von Kienbusch of New York City, husband of the late Mildred Pressinger von Kienbusch, A.B. 1909. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1976)

The Mildred C. Pressinger Von Kienbusch Fund was established by a bequest from Carl Otto von Kienbusch of New York City, husband of the late Mildred Pressinger von Kienbusch, A.B. 1909. In addition, the College will receive payment of the $100,000 legacy contained in the fourth paragraph of the first codicil to Mr. von Kienbusch's will, which sum will be used as directed by the will to create the Mildred Clarke Pressinger von Kienbusch Fund, the income only to be used solely for undergraduate school scholarships and/or graduate school fellowships, in whatever proportions the College shall from time to time determine. This legacy will be received within the next few weeks upon receiving from the College a Receipt, Release and Indemnity Agreement and a certified copy of this resolution.. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1968)

The Mildred Clarke Pressinger Von Kienbusch Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Carl Otto von Kienbusch, of New York City in his late wife's name. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1969)

The Julia Ward Scholarship Fund was established by an anonymous friend in memory of Julia Ward of the Class of 1923. The scholarship is given in particular recognition of Julia Ward's understanding and sympathy for young students. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1963)

The Elizabeth Vogel Warren ‘72 Scholarship was established by Elizabeth Vogel Warren ‘72. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2008)

The Eliza Jane Watson Scholarship Fund was established by the John Jay and Eliza Jane Watson Foundation. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1964)

The Susan Opstad White ‘58 Scholarship Fund was established by Mrs. Raymond Opstad in honor of her daughter, Susan Opstad White. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1987)

The Anita McCarter Wilbur Scholarship Fund was established by a bequest from Anita McCarter Wilbur, Class of 1943, A.B. 1983 of Kensington, Maryland, who died on March 28, 1996. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1996)

The William H. Willis Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Caroline C. Willis ‘66 in memory of her father. The Fund provides scholarship support for undergraduate students, with preference for students from the South or students who are studying Classical Studies. (2008)

The Margaret W. Wright and S. Eric Wright Scholarship was established by a bequest from Margaret White Wright, A.B. 1943, of Charleston, West Virginia. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid to students of Quaker lineage attending the College. (1985)

The D. Robert Yarnall Fund was established by a bequest from D. Robert Yarnall, of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, who died on September 11, 1967. His mother, Elizabeth Biddle Yarnall ‘19, aunt Ruth Biddle Penfield ‘29 and daughter Kristina Yarnall-Sibinga ‘83 are graduates of the College. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1967)

The Nanar and Anthony Yoseloff Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Nanar Tabrizi Yoseloff ‘97 and her husband, Anthony Yoseloff. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2009)

International Funds

The Ann Updegraff Allen ‘42 and Ann T. Allen ‘65 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Ann Updegraff Allen ‘42 and Ann T. Allen ‘65 for students in good academic standing, with preference for international students. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (2008)

The Frances Porcher Bowles Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by relatives and friends in memory of Frances Porcher Bowles, A.B. 1936. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for international students. (1985)

The Chinese Scholarship was established by Beatrice MacGeorge, AB 1901, MA 1921. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1929)

The Lois Sherman Chope Scholarship Fund was established by Lois Sherman Chope ‘49, through the Chope Foundation. The purpose of the Fund is to provide undergraduate scholarship support for international students. (1992)

The Elizabeth Dodge Clarke Fund was established by the Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for international students. (1984)

The Middle East Scholarship Fund was established by Eliza Cope Harrison, A.B. 1958, of Ann Arbor, Michigan. The purpose of the Fund will be to enable the College to make scholarship awards to able students from a number of Middle Eastern countries. While the countries have not been specifically named, it is expected that Iran and Turkey will be included. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid. (1975)

The Elizabeth G. Vermey Scholarship Fund was established by friends of Elizabeth G. Vermey ‘58, who was the Director of Admissions at Bryn Mawr College from 1965 to 1995. The fund shall be used to provide undergraduate financial aid for an international student. (2008)