The Keasbey Foundation selects students from twelve of the top colleges and universities on the East Coast. Each year, four of these colleges are allowed to nominate two candidates for consideration by the Keasbey Foundation.
Fall 2016: Amherst, Princeton, Swarthmore, and Yale
Fall 2017: Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, and Harvard
Fall 2018: Bowdoin, Haverford, Middlebury, Wesleyan
- The successful candidate will demonstrate academic excellence, active participation in extracurricular activities, leadership abilities, and the promise of personally and intellectually benefiting from two years of study in Britain.
- Applicants for a Keasbey Scholarship must be a citizen of the United States and must be a member of the graduating class of his or her college or university.
- The Scholar must enroll as a full time student in the UK.
- The Scholar may not have another scholarship, such as a Rhodes, Marshall, Mellon or a fellowship grant for foreign study from his or her own college.
- The Keasbey Scholarship may not be deferred or interrupted.
Angus Russell, Jerry Calvert, and
Philip Greven, current and former Keasbey trustees visiting Cambridge