Angier B. Duke Merit Scholarship

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  • James A. Belvin Jr
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  • Duke University Undergraduate Financial Aid Office
  • P.O. Box 90397 2122 Campus Drive
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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Angier B. Duke Memorial is one of a number of merit scholarships awarded to select undergraduate students attending Duke University. The award was established in 1925 to recognize students with academic and personal potentioal. It was created in memory of Angier Buchanan Duke, the son of Benjamin Newton Duke, a Duke University Founder.

    Students who apply to the university will automatically be considered for this award. It covers full tuition for four years, a Duke/Oxford College summer program in England, a $2,500 stipend for self-designated educational experience and a President's Research Fellowship of up to $5,000.

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