Class Year Scholarships 1950-2012
Want to make a gift to scholarships in the Corps, but unable to fund an endowed scholarship alone? Please consider giving to your Class Year Scholarship. Now through June 30, 2018, you can help your Class Year Scholarship get fully endowed and allow it to become a stand-alone scholarship.
Class Year Scholarships from 1950-2012 are not yet endowed.
Class Year Scholarships that do not become endowed by June 30, 2018, will be combined with other Class Year Scholarships that also did not reach the endowment threshold by the June deadline. The combined Class Scholarships will become Decade Scholarships. For example, all 1970s would become the 1970s Decade Scholarship. Additionally, there may be an endowed 1970 Class Year Scholarship; however, there will also be a 1970s Decade Scholarship for all those class years within the 1970s that did not reach the endowment threshold.
Click on an image to enlarge it and see if your Class Year Scholarship is endowed.
- If your class year is in red, that means that your scholarship is not currently at a level needed to be fully endowed and does not yet sponsor a scholarship.
- Column 2 “Cadets Served” is the number of cadets currently being supported.
- Column 3 “$ needed (K)” is the amount of money in thousands of dollars needed to sponsor a scholarship for one cadet (if currently unendowed) or one additional cadet (if already endowed).
- Column 4 “Cadets Served” is the number of cadets who will be served after additional funding is provided.
Last updated: March 22, 2018
Here are a few highlights from the latest update:
- The Class of 1963 raised enough to support an additional cadet, bringing its total number of cadets sponsored to three.
- The Class of 1971 is within $6,000 of sponsoring its next cadet.
- The Class of 1972 is within $10,000 of sponsoring its first cadet.
- The Class of 1984 is within $12,000 of sponsoring its first cadet.
- The Classes of 1971, 1972, and 1984 are well within the range that they could get an additional cadet sponsored.