$40,000 per year
The Reynolds Leadership Scholar Program awards recipients with $160,000 toward tuition for eight semesters of full-time study at the college (including off-campus study in a Dickinson program or partner program). Recipients are top Maryland residents in a challenging high-school curriculum who have the potential to be leaders at Dickinson, in their communities and around the world. The scholarship is funded by George and Jennifer Ward Reynolds ’77. A separate application is required.
As Dickinsonians, Reynolds Scholars will participate in special programming with Jennifer, including meaningful interactions with Maryland-based leaders across all industries, leadership training and mentorship with Dickinson alumni, and an annual dinner with college leadership, hosted by Jennifer and George.
About the Reynolds'
Jennifer and her family got their successful starts in Maryland, and this scholarship is Jennifer’s way to give back to a community that has given her and her family so much. She wants this scholarship to help other Maryland-based future leaders gain unparalleled opportunities to excel, starting with a Dickinson education and beyond.
Jennifer and her husband George have been highly involved in a number of Maryland organizations, including the National Aquarium, the Walters Art Museum, the Irvine Nature Center and Sheppard Pratt Hospital. She has twice been named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by Warfield’s Daily Record and is a past recipient of the Distinguished Women’s Award from the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland.
A partner and director of the commercial real estate firm Ward Properties, Jennifer has spent over 30 years in the asset management business, most recently holding the position of vice chair and chief investment officer of Legg Mason Trust. Jennifer honed her leadership skills at Dickinson, particularly through the tennis team and as a member of Wheel and Chain, a women's honorary society. She served as chair of Dickinson’s Board of Trustees from 2008 to 2017.