Gift Seeds Scholarship Fund for International Undergraduates

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The new fund invites alumni and parents to advance Dartmouth’s global competitiveness.

Gift Seeds Scholarship Fund for International Undergraduates
Over winter break in 2016, a group of intrepid international students spent two days at Mount Moosilauke, where they camped for a night in the Class of 1965 Bunkhouse and then hiked to the summit of the 4,800-foot peak the next day. (Photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

Read the full story, published by The Call to Lead: A Campaign for Dartmouth.

In support of a key campaign goal to extend need-blind admissions to undergraduates from around the world, Dartmouth has announced a $500,000 anonymous gift to establish a new scholarship fund for international students, and has invited its global community to build on the effort.

The International Student Scholarship Fund welcomes gifts of any size, with the goal of making a Dartmouth education possible for all prospective non-U.S. undergraduates, regardless of their family’s financial position. The new initiative is part of The Call to Lead: A Campaign for Dartmouth, a $3 billion effort to expand Dartmouth’s leadership in creating positive, global change.

“In order for Dartmouth to stake its claim as a global leader, it must be able to attract the very best students from around the world,” said Jane Pfaff Novak ’92, co-chair of The Call to Lead Regional Campaign Committee for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

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