The Benjamin Templeton Scholarship honors students with outstanding academic records who have worked to build strong high school communities by bridging gaps among economically, socially and racially diverse groups. Templeton Scholars will have demonstrated significant interest in issues of diversity education, tolerance and social justice.
Scholarship deadline: December 1st.
To be considered for a Templeton Scholarship, students must apply for admission to Hanover College and complete the Benjamin Templeton Scholarship application by December 1.
A scholarship application will be complete and ready for review when the following items have been received:
All the components of the application should be mailed in the same envelope indicating your interest in the Benjamin Templeton Scholarship.
On Campus Scholarship Requirements
In order to maintain good standing with the Benjamin Templeton Scholarship Program, scholars must fulfill all requirements of the program each semester:
As a part of the Benjamin Templeton Scholars Program, each scholar receives a mentor who is a member of the Hanover College administrative staff. Mentors volunteer their time and higher education experience to serve as both an academic and personal support system. Scholars meet their mentor weekly to stay abreast of all upcoming academic responsibilities and campus involvement and leadership opportunities.
Monica Green, Director of BTSP, Office of Admission
Jane Stormer, Asst. Director BTSP, Office of Admission
Abbe Ernste, Mentor, Development Office
Laura Arico, Mentor, Office of Student Life
Taran Mczee, Mentor, Office of Student Life
Linda Hunt, Mentor, Office of Financial Aid
Jen Siepler, Mentor, Office of Admission