Your Gifts at Work
You're gifts help the college provide nearly $40 million in scholarships and financial aid to more than half of students who rely on that funding to afford the Dickinson experience. Here are a few of those students and their remarkable stories.
Not Just an Education
David Tretter ’14 revels in the Dickinson experience.
Agent of Change
Environmental-studies major Lexie Raczka ’14 sees opportunity at every turn.
On the Wide Path to Success
Elena Capaldi ’14 finds that one class can change everything.
A dual passion for science and sustainability pays off for Aaron Brumbaugh '14, one of only four students—and the only undergrad—to earn a prestigious national award.
Elizabeth Austin ’14 follows her destiny, one animal at a time.
A Global Citizen
Christian Beitel ’13 finds leadership, confidence and a global perspective at Dickinson.
Learning to Make a Difference
Emily Eckardt ’13 combines coursework and community service to learn how to make an impact.
Finding an Extra Voice
Alexander Strachan ’13 is learning to make a difference through music.
From the Tropics to the Pennsylvania Shale
Ruby Stanmyer ’13 wants to make a difference, and Dickinson is giving her a leg up.
Discovering Much More
Mohammed Hossain ’12 came to Dickinson expecting an education that would simply set him on a career path. What he got was an experience that changed his life.
Learning By Doing
Michael Blair ’12 reflects on his Dickinson experience, made possible through an endowed scholarship.
Making Dickinson Possible: The Impact of Scholarships
Thanks to the Ann Conser Curley ’63 Scholarship, Marissa Folk '08 is blazing a career path that once looked impossible.
Making Magic Happen
Marilyn Romero ’12 discusses how her scholarship changed her life.
Marianh Aman ’12 discovers her passion at Dickinson with help from a John Dickinson Scholarship.
My life would be completely different without the scholarship that I received. I’ve not only had the opportunity to thrive in a small community here on campus, but I’ve gotten to travel the world—all while learning how I can have an impact on the wider world.
—Emily Eckardt ’13