In general, scholarship grants are awarded only on evidence of financial need. Applications for financial aid must be made on forms required by the Office of Financial Aid, and, in the case of students in college, must be submitted by their published due dates. Complete details concerning financial aid and the continuation of scholarship grants will be found in the Financial Aid section.
George I. Alden—gifts from the George I. Alden Trust of Worcester, MA.
Alpha Chi Rho—two scholarships with preference to children of past fraternity members.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)—awarded annually by the Hartford Section of the ASME to a full-time Trinity College engineering major, concentrating in mechanical engineering, with above average academic standing.
Anonymous—given by an anonymous alumnus in 2002.
Anonymous—given by an anonymous donor in 2006.
Walker Breckinridge Armstrong—bequest of Walker Breckinridge Armstrong ’33 of Darien, CT.
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company—given by Arrow-Hart, Inc., of Hartford, with preference to sons and daughters of company employees.
Clinton J., Jr. and Gertrude M. Backus—given by Gertrude M. and Clinton J. Backus, Jr., 1909, of Long Beach, CA.
Bancroft Family—gifts of Barbara S. and Thomas M. Bancroft, Jr. P’93, ’10, of East Norwich, NY.
William Pond Barber—bequest of William P. Barber, Jr. ’13 of St. Petersburg, FL.
Robert W. Barrows Memorial—bequest and gifts in memory of Robert W. Barrows ’50 of West Hartford, CT. Preference is given to minority students from greater Hartford.
Robert A. and Ruth A. Battis—gifts in honor of the retirement of Dr. Robert A. Battis, Professor of Economics at the College, with preference given to students majoring in economics.
Joel, Thelma, and Florence Beard—gift of Mrs. Florence Beard of Kihei, HI, in memory of her husband, Joel Beard ’22.
Isbon Thaddeus Beckwith—bequest of the Rev. Isbon Thaddeus Beckwith, Hon. 1898, of Atlantic City, NJ.
Edward Beirponch—bequest of Edward Beirponch. Awarded annually to a student ranking in the upper quarter of his or her class, and who majors in or intends to major in economics.
James F. Belfiore ’66—given by Harper and Whitfield, P.C. of Simsbury, CT, friends, classmates, and family in loving memory of James F. Belfiore ’66.
Charles J. Bennett Memorial/Hartford Rotary—given by the Trustees of the College, the Rotary Club of Hartford, family, and other friends in memory of Charles J. Bennett, Engineer, of Hartford, for students majoring in engineering or the natural sciences with preference for students from the Hartford area.
James E. and Frances W. Bent—bequests of James E. Bent ’28 and Frances W. Bent for deserving students who have exhibited academic excellence.
Walter Berube—bequest of Mr. Walter Berube ’23, of West Hartford, CT.
Bessette Family—gifts of Andy F. Bessette P’10, of Orono, MN, Trustee of the College since 2007.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation—given by Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
Bishop of Connecticut—given by The Rt. Rev. Walter H. Gray, D.D., Hon. ’41, of Hartford, former Trustee of the College, for students from the greater Hartford area.
Black American Alumni—gifts from alumni, with preference given to Black American students.
Grace Edith Bliss—given by Grace Edith Bliss of Hartford for students from the greater Hartford area.
Blume Family—gifts from Dr. and Mrs. Marshall E. Blume ’63, of Villanova, PA. Dr. Blume was a Trustee of the College from 1980 until 1986.
Robert A. and Suzanne E. Boas—gifts of Robert A. Boas ’67 and Suzanne E. Boas of Atlanta, GA.
Henry E. Bodman Memorial—given by Mrs. William K. Muir of Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, in memory of her father, Henry E. Bodman.
Kathleen O’Connor Boelhouwer ’85 Memorial—given by family, friends, classmates, and colleagues in loving memory of Kathleen O’Connor Boelhouwer ’85 of Farmington, CT. Awarded with preference for students who attended Miss Porter’s School in Farmington prior to matriculation at Trinity.
Bogle Family—gifts of Emily Latour Bogle ’79 and Harold W. Bogle of Bronxville, NY. Ms. Bogle presently serves as a Trustee of the College.
George Meade Bond—bequest of Mrs. Ella Kittredge Gilson of Hartford, in memory of George Meade Bond, Hon. ’27.
Michael E. Borus—gifts of family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Dr. Michael E. Borus ’59 of South Orange, NJ.
Mark C. Boulanger Memorial—gifts from family and friends in memory of Mark Christopher Boulanger ’82 of Glastonbury. Awarded to juniors and seniors majoring in computing or involved in the work of the computer center.
Garrett D. Bowne—bequest of Mary Gormly Bowne of Pittsburgh, PA, in memory of her husband, Garrett D. Bowne 1906.
John F. Boyer Memorial—given by Francis Boyer, Hon. ’61, of Philadelphia, PA, in memory of his son, John Francis Boyer ’53. Preference will be given to juniors and seniors of the Delta Psi fraternity.
Lucy M. Brainerd Memorial—given by Lyman B. Brainerd ’30, Hon. ’71, of Hartford, Trustee Emeritus of the College, in memory of his mother.
C. B. Fiske Brill—proceeds from a life income fund established by Col. C. B. Fiske Brill ’17, of Tallahassee, FL.
Thomas Brodsky ’05 Family—given by Estrellita and Daniel Brodsky of New York City, in honor of their son, with preference for students from urban areas.
Harriet E. and David H. Bromberg ’44—gifts from the children of David H. Bromberg ’44, with preference given to students from the greater Hartford area.
Susan Bronson—bequest of Miss Susan Bronson of Watertown, CT.
Brownell Club—gift from the Alumni Association of the Brownell Club for needy and deserving students from the Hartford area.
Elfert C., Billie H., and Alfred C. Burfeind Memorial—gifts of Alfred C. Burfeind ’64 and Lynne O. Burfeind MA ’82 of Hartford, in memory of his parents, and augmented by gifts from family, friends, and colleagues in memory of Mr. Burfeind.
J. Wendell and Ruth Burger Memorial—gifts in memory of Professor and Mrs. J. Wendell Burger of West Hartford, CT. Dr. Burger was Chairman of the Biology Department.
Raymond F. Burton—gift of Raymond F. Burton ’28, of East Canaan, CT.
John Mark Caffrey Memorial—gift from Dr. James M. Caffrey, Jr. ’41 in memory of his son. Preference is given to residents of the greater Hartford area.
Donald E. Callaghan ’68, P’96—gifts of Donald E. Callaghan ’68 P’96, of Bryn Mawr, PA.
Franca Trinchieri Camiz Memorial—gifts from sisters Camilla Trinchieri and Carol T. Sutherland, in memory of Franca T. Camiz, a faculty member of Trinity College’s Rome Campus, to provide assistance to students in the Rome Program who have an excellent academic record in Art History.
John E. Candelet—gifts of John D’Luhy ’55, of Spring Lake, NJ, in memory of John E. Candelet, George M. Ferris Lecturer in Corporation Finance and Investments from 1946 until his death in 1959. Provides scholarship aid to a student majoring in economics with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in economics, and who aspires to play a leadership role in business or academic life in economics post-graduation.
Frederic Walton Carpenter—given by members of the family of Frederic Walton Carpenter, J. Pierpont Morgan Professor of Biology, for students in biology.
Cazenovia District High School—gift from Nicholas J. Christakos ’52 and Harriet Hart Christakos for worthy and deserving student(s) from Cazenovia High School located in Cazenovia, NY.
Charles G. Chamberlin “A”—bequest of Charles G. Chamberlin 1907, of West Haven, CT, awarded to resident of West Haven or New Haven County.
Professor John H. Chatfield ’64— Gifts of Robert J. Aiello ’81, of Maspeth, NY; Peter J. Whalen ’81, of Northampton, MA; and others, in honor of John H. “Jack” Chatfield ’64, professor of history, on the occasion of his retirement from Trinity in 2011.
Samuel and Tillie D. Cheiffetz—bequest of Samuel Cheiffetz of West Hartford, CT.
Harold N. Christie—bequest of Harold N. Christie, Class of 1911, of Point Pleasant, NJ.
Irene, Lester, and Stephen Clahr ’60—bequest of Stephen D. Clahr, Class of 1960, of London, England, to provide tuition assistance for financially needy students.
Andrew J. Clancy ’07 Memorial—given by Bernard and Janice Clancy of Lowell, MA in memory of Andrew J. Clancy ’07 and his grandmother Aurore Clancy.
Class of 1916 Memorial—given by the Class of 1916 at their 40th Reunion and subsequently, with affection and gratitude to Alma Mater, and in memory of their deceased classmates.
Class of 1918 Memorial—established initially in 1964 by a gift from Joseph Buffington, Jr. ’18, of Sewickley, PA, and substantially increased by gifts from members and friends of the Class at their 50th Reunion in 1968, in memory of deceased classmates and of Laurence P. Allison, Jr., a friend of the Class.
Class of 1926 Memorial—given by the Class of 1926 at their 50th Reunion and subsequently, with affection and gratitude to Alma Mater, and in memory of their deceased classmates.
Class of 1934—established in 1959 by Nathaniel Clark ’34 and subsequently augmented by gifts from class members and accumulated income. Designated for scholarship purposes by members of the Class of 1934 at their 50th Reunion.
Class of 1935 Memorial of William Henry Warner—given by the Class of 1935 at their 25th Reunion in honor of their classmate who was killed in World War II.
Class of 1939 Memorial—gifts from members and friends of the Class of 1939 at their 50th Reunion in memory of their deceased classmates.
Class of 1940—given by the Class of 1940 at their 25th Reunion and designated for scholarship purposes by the Class at their 50th Reunion.
Class of 1952 William J. Goralski ’52—gifts of classmates and friends in honor of William J. Goralski ’52.
Class of 1957—gifts from the Class of 1957 in anticipation of their 30th Reunion in June 1987. Preference given to direct or ancillary descendants of the Class of 1957.
Class of 1959—given by members of the Class of 1959 to provide financial aid to qualified Trinity students who experience a sudden need for special or increased financial assistance in order to continue their studies without undue stress or interruption.
Class of 1960 Fund for Presidential Scholars—gifts from members of the Class of 1960 on the occasion of their 50th Reunion in 2010, to support financial aid for Presidential Scholars at the College.
Class of 1961—given by members of the Class of 1961 in celebration of their 50th Reunion.
Class of 1962—given by members of the Class of 1962 in celebration of their 50th Reunion.
Class of 1963—gifts from members of the Class of 1963 on the occasion of their 25th Reunion in 1988 and augmented by subsequent gifts. Provides an annual grant aid supplement and a summer stipend to undergraduates exhibiting exceptional financial need and unusually strong academic and personal qualities.
Class of 1965 President James F. Jones, Jr.—given by members of the Class of 1965 on the occasion of their 50th Reunion in honor of President James F. Jones, Jr., twenty-first president of the College, and his distinguished service to Trinity.
Martin W. Clement—given by his wife, Elizabeth W. Clement, and children, Alice W., James H., and Harrison H. Clement in honor of Martin W. Clement 1901, Hon. ’51, of Philadelphia, PA, a former Trustee of the College, with preference given to students from the Delaware Valley region.
Samuel Barbin Coco—gift of Hannalou and Samuel B. Coco in honor of their daughter, Caroline S. Coco ’85, for a rising junior to spend the fall or spring semester at the Trinity College Rome Campus. Preference will be given to students pursuing Italian Studies.
Archibald Codman—given by Miss Catherine A. Codman, the Rt. Rev. Robert Codman 1900, and Edmund D. Codman of Portland, ME, in memory of their brother, the Rev. Archibald Codman, Class of 1885, for students nominated by the Bishop of Maine or by the College if no nominations are made by the Bishop.
David L. and Marie-Jeanne Coffin—gift of David L. Coffin, Hon. ’86, of Sunapee, NH, a former Trustee of the College, with preference to students from the Windsor Locks area.
Jan Kadetsky Cohn Memorial—gifts of members of the Trinity College community, family, and friends of Jan Kadetsky Cohn, G. Keith Funston Professor of American Literature and American Studies and first woman Dean of the Faculty at Trinity College. Awarded with preference to an upper-class student in the humanities.
Richard H. Cole—given by Richard H. Cole of Hartford.
Martin and Kathryn Coletta—bequest of Martin M. Coletta, Esq. ’26, of West Hartford, CT.
Collegiate—gifts for scholarship purposes where a special scholarship was not designated.
Concordia Foundation—given by the Concordia Foundation Trust.
Connecticut Alpha Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi—preference given to children of alumni members from Trinity’s Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi.
Connecticut General Insurance Corporation (CIGNA)—given by the Connecticut General Insurance Corporartion, now known as CIGNA. Preference given to minority students.
E. C. Converse—bequest of Edmund C. Converse of Greenwich, CT.
Thomas W. Convey—gift of Thomas W. Convey ’32, of Gorham, ME. Awarded with a preference to residents of the state of Maine.
Harold L. Cook—bequest of The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Harold L. Cook ’47, of Plymouth, IN, for pre-medical or pre-theological students.
Charles W. Cooke Memorial—bequest of Irene T. Cooke of Wethersfield, CT in memory of her husband Charles W. Cooke ’14, with preference for students majoring in engineering.
Cornerstone Campaign for Trinity College—established with contributions to the Cornerstone Campaign for Trinity College (2006-2012) for scholarship aid.
Linley R. and Helen P. Coykendall—gifts of Robert D. Coykendall ’59, of East Hartford, CT in honor of his parents, with preference to students from East Hartford and Manchester.
Craig Family Memorial—established in memory of Philip D. Craig ’55 and Douglas W. Craig ’64 by their parents, Edgar H. Craig ’34 and Elizabeth Pelton Craig. Augmented by gifts in memory of Edgar from his son Roger and six grandchildren. Preference for students with disadvantaged backgrounds.
Dr. Sidney L. and Mrs. Beatrice K. Cramer, Class of 1937—bequest of Dr. Sidney L. Cramer ’37. Income to provide an annual scholarship of (up to) $5,000 to a student (preferably a graduate of Hartford High) who is pursuing a pre-med course of study at Trinity.
William and Adeline Croft—bequest of Adeline R. Croft of Washington, D.C., a long-time friend and client of George M. Ferris, Sr., Class of 1916. Mrs. Croft was a concert pianist and gave recitals in many cities along the East Coast during her active lifetime. Preference is given to students majoring in music.
William E. Cunningham, Jr. ’87 and Sandra Cunningham Family—gifts of William E. Cunningham, Jr. ’87 and Sandra Cunningham of Cheshire, CT.
Jerome C. Cuppia, Jr. and Doris White Cuppia Memorial—proceeds from a life income trust in the names of Jerome C. Cuppia, Jr. ’43 and Doris White Cuppia.
Clara S. and Nathaniel B. Curran—gift of Dr. Ward S. Curran ’57 of West Hartford, CT in honor of his parents.
Ward S. Curran—gift from Mitchell M. Merin ’75 in honor of Professor Ward S. Curran ’57, Curran Distinguished Professor of Economics at the College, for meritorious students. Mr. Merin served as a Trustee of the College from 2002 until 2010.
Lemuel Curtis—bequest of Lemuel J. Curtis of Meriden, CT.
Louise C. Cushman—bequest of Mrs. Louise Cogswell Cushman of West Hartford, CT, a devoted friend of the College.
D & L—gifts from the D & L Foundation, Inc., of New Britain, CT, and Mr. Philip T. Davidson ’48 of Simsbury, CT, for minority students.
Charles F. Daniels—bequest of Mrs. Mary C. Daniels of Litchfield, CT, in memory of her son.
Harvey Dann—gifts of Harvey Dann ’31 of Pawling, NY, increased by gifts from Mrs. Dann and their son, Harvey Dann ’72, with preference to a student from Dutchess County, NY.
Darling, Spahr, Young—gifts from members of the Darling family, with preference to students who have significant talent and interest in the performing arts, particularly in music.
Arthur Vining Davis—grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations of Jacksonville, FL.
J. H. Kelso Davis Memorial—gifts of J. H. Kelso Davis 1899, Hon. ’23, of Hartford, a former Trustee of the College, and augmented by memorial gifts from family and friends.
Robert V. Davison—bequest of William B. Davison of Pittsburgh, PA in honor of his son, Robert V. Davison ’65.
Albert T. and Jane N. Dewey—bequest of Albert T. and Jane N. Dewey of Manchester, CT. Awarded to full students who have been permanent residents of one of the 29 towns of the capitol region of Connecticut with preference given to minority students who meet this criteria.
Jane N. Dewey—gift of Jane N. Dewey of Manchester, CT.
Edward H. and Catherine H. Dillon—bequest of Catherine H. Dillon of Hartford.
Edward S. and Bertha C. Dobbin—given by James C. Dobbin of Inglewood, CA, in memory of his parents, Edward S. Dobbin 1899 and Bertha C. Dobbin.
Matthew Dominski, Sr.—gifts of Matthew S. Dominski, Jr. ’76, of Winnetka, IL, in loving memory of his father, for qualified public school students from the state of Connecticut, with a strong preference for students who reside in Connecticut communities that rank in the lower 50 percent in per capita income based on the latest current data available.
Ida Doolittle Memorial—gift of Dr. Howard D. Doolittle ’31, of Stamford, CT, with preference for students who have “open minds and are interested in working on city problems.”
George William Douglas—given by the Rev. George William Douglas 1871 M.A. 1874, Hon. 1895, of New York City.
Peter W. Duke ’77 Memorial—gifts received from the family of Peter W. Duke ’77, with preference for students from the greater Denver area. If in any particular year there are no students who fit this description, preference will be given to students from the West Coast.
Fern McHan Duncan—gift of Debbie F. Cook of New Britain, CT, in celebration of the life and memory of her mother, Fern McHan Duncan. Mrs. Cook has been a long-time employee of Trinity and presently serves as the College’s switchboard operator.
Lyon H. Earle, Jr., M.D. Memorial—gifts from the family of Lyon H. Earle, Jr., M.D. ’42 of West Hartford, CT, with preference for junior and senior students actively involved in the life of the College community and who are intending to become medical doctors.
Alfred J. and Elizabeth E. Easterby—given by Charles T. Easterby ’16 of Philadelphia, PA, in memory of his father and mother.
William S. Eaton Memorial—given by Mrs. Julia Allen Eaton of Hartford and others, in memory of her husband, William S. Eaton 1910.
Jacob W. Edwards Memorial—given by relatives and friends in memory of Jacob W. Edwards ’59, MA’64, for a student who has completed the freshman year.
Rose and Peter D. Edwards ’78—given by Rose and Peter D. Edwards ’78, of Chevy Chase, MD, in memory of Professor of Sociology Norman Miller and in honor of Professor of English James A. Miller.
Egan Family—gift from Raymond C. Egan ’66, of Princeton, NJ, for deserving minority students at the College.
William C. Egan ’68 Family—gift of William C. Egan ’68 of Skillman, NJ with a preference for students from Princeton, NJ, and surrounding communities.
Leonard A. Ellis—bequest of Leonard A. Ellis 1898 of San Diego, CA.
James S. and John P. Elton—given by James S. Elton and John P. Elton 1888, of Waterbury, CT, a former Trustee of the College.
Emily and Jerome Farnsworth ’60 Prize in Education—gift of anonymous donors for students who demonstrate all-around ability and who possess those qualities necessary to make a significant contribution to the College and to society, regardless of any other financial resources available to such students.
Betty Foster Feingold and Bertram E. Feingold ’64 Family—given by Dr. and Mrs. Bertram E. Feingold ’64 of Scottsdale, AZ, with preference for students who have demonstrated a commitment to public service in their high school years, students who were participants in the Boys & Girls Club of America, and/or students interested in the study of math and science.
Gustave A. Feingold—bequest of Dr. Gustave A. Feingold 1911, of Hartford.
Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham J. Feldman—given by the Trustees of the Congregation Beth Israel of Hartford, for students from the greater Hartford area.
Thomas F. Ferguson ’51 Memorial—gifts of Thomas F. Ferguson ’51 and Walter R. Ferguson ’52, of Manchester, CT, in memory of their father, Ronald H. Ferguson ’22.
S. P. and Barr Ferree—bequest of Mrs. Annie A. Ferree in memory of her husband, S. P. Ferree, and her son, Barr Ferree. Augmented with a bequest from her daughter, Annie D. Ferree.
George M. Ferris—gifts of George M. Ferris ’16, Hon.’74, of Chevy Chase, MD, Trustee Emeritus of the College.
Maxime C. and Margherita A. Fidao—proceeds of a life income fund from Margherita A. and Maxime C. Fidao ’35 of Longmont, CO.
Gustave Fischer and Lillian Fischer—distribution from a charitable remainder unitrust of Gustave Fischer. Preference is given to students born in or residing in Hartford County.
Thomas Fisher—bequest of Thomas Fisher, a graduate of Lafayette College, with preference for students from the Diocese of Harrisburg or Bethlehem, PA.
Edward Octavus Flagg, D.D.—bequest of Miss Sarah Peters Flagg of Woodcliff Lake, NJ, in memory of her father, a member of the Class of 1848.
James R. Foster ’52 and Family—gift of James R. Foster ’52, of Highland Park, IL. Awarded with preference for students pursuing the study of political science or the arts.
Andrew H. and Anne L. Forrester—proceeds of a charitable gift annuity from Mrs. Andrew H. Forrester, widow of Andrew H. Forrester ’27, and mother of Andrew H. Forrester ’61. Augmented by gifts from Andrew ’61 and Robert H. Forrester.
Andrew Forrester ’61 Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Students—Annually funded by gifts from Andrew H. Forrester ’61 of Katonah, NY, and awarded annually to one or more undergraduates with demonstrated need, and who show evidence and inclination for entrepreneurialism in their secondary school records or as current Trinity undergraduates.
Fraternity of I.K.A.—two scholarships with preference to children or grandchildren of alumni members of Trinity’s chapter of I.K.A.
William O. Frawley ’60—given by Marlynn and William P. Scully ’61 of Vero Beach, FL, to honor the memory of Naval pilot William O. Frawley ’60.
Anna D. and Malcolm D. Frink—gift of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm D. Frink of Northampton, MA.
Frank Roswell Fuller—bequest of Frank Roswell Fuller of Hartford.
Elizabeth and Keith Funston—given by G. Keith Funston ’32, Hon. ’62, of Greenwich, CT, a former President and Trustee of the College, for students who show potential to be “enlightened and self-reliant citizens of American Democracy.”
Richard E. Gager ’43—gift of the Liana Foundation of Far Hills, NJ, in loving memory of Richard E. Gager ’43.
Elbert H. Gary—bequest of Elbert H. Gary, Hon. ’19, of Jericho, NY.
Albert L. E. Gastmann—bequest of Albert L. E. Gastmann, who served the College for nearly 40 years as a professor of political science and as a faculty member of Trinity’s Rome Campus, with preference for students from the Netherlands or the Netherlands Antilles.
John Curry Gay—bequest of Rev. John Curry Gay of the Archdiocese of Hartford with a preference for undergraduates who have selected American studies as their major area of study.
E. Selden Geer—gifts and bequest of E. Selden Geer, Jr. 1910 of Wethersfield, CT, in memory of the Rev. Flavel Sweeten Luther 1870, a former President of the College, and his wife, Isabel Ely Luther.
James Hardin George—bequest of Mrs. Jane Fitch George of Newtown, CT, in memory of her husband, James Hardin George 1872.
Raymond S. George—bequest of Raymond S. George of Waterbury, CT, for students of the Senior Class who are members of any Episcopal Church or Sunday School in Waterbury.
Joseph V. Getlin—gift from Michael D. Loberg ’69, P’00 and Melinda F. Loberg P’00, of Bedford, MA, with preference to qualified St. Louis, Missouri-based students.
Michael P. Getlin ’62—given by Marlynn and William P. Scully ’61, of Vero Beach, FL, to honor the memory of Marine Captain Michael P. Getlin ’62.
George Shepard Gilman—given by the family of George Shepard Gilman 1847 of Hartford.
Louis J. Glaubman ’39 Memorial—gifts from family members and friends of Louis J. Glaubman ’39, with preference for students from the greater Hartford area.
Alexander A. Goldfarb Memorial—gift of the Alexander A. Goldfarb Memorial Trust. Awarded to a student who is a resident of Hartford. Mr. Goldfarb was a member of the Class of 1946.
Estelle E. Goldstein—bequest of Estelle E. Goldstein of Hartford.
Bishop Gooden Memorial—gift of H. Richard Gooden ’63, of Los Angeles, CA, and The Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden, S.T.D., Hon. D.D. ’63, of Shreveport, LA, in honor of The Rt. Rev. Robert B. Gooden 1902 M.A. 1904, Hon. D.D. ’22, with preference for a student from the Harvard-Westlake School, Los Angeles.
Manley J. Goodspeed—gift of Manley J. Goodspeed ’45, of Leawood, KS.
Daniel Goodwin—bequest of Daniel Goodwin of Hartford.
Grabfield Family—gifts of Philip W. Grabfield ’81, of Weston, CT, to provide scholarship aid to a student from the city of Hartford, with preference given to a student of Hispanic descent.
Charles Z. Greenbaum—given by relatives and friends in memory of Charles Zachary Greenbaum ’71, of Marblehead, MA, with preference to students majoring in the sciences.
Jacob and Ethel Greenberg—bequest of Jacob Greenberg of Hartford for students in a pre-medical course of study.
Griffith—bequests of John E. Griffith, Jr. ’17 and George C. Griffith ’18.
David M. Hadlow—gifts from family and friends in memory of David M. Hadlow ’25, of Sherman, CT.
Thomas J. and Frank A. Hagarty— Bequest of Thomas J. Hagarty, Esq., ’35, of West Hartford, CT, in honor of his brother Frank A. Hagarty ’38 to provide scholarship assistance based on consideration of financial need and academic merit, with preference for upper-class students.
Herbert J. Hall—gift of Herbert J. Hall ’39, of Skillman, NJ. Awarded with preference to students majoring in the sciences or a fellowship for post-graduate study.
Karl W. Hallden Engineering—given by Karl W. Hallden 1909, Hon. ’48 and Hon. ’55, of Thomaston, CT, for students in engineering. Mr. Hallden served as a Trustee of the College from 1951 to 1970.
Ernest A. Hallstrom—bequest of Ernest A. Hallstrom ’29, of Hartford, CT.
Jeremiah Halsey—bequest of Jeremiah Halsey, Hon. 1862, of Norwich, CT.
Florence S. and Muriel Harrison—given by The Rev. A. Palmore Harrison ’31, of Dallas, TX, and friends and family, in memory of his wife and daughter. Increased by gifts in memory of Mr. Harrison.
James Havens—given anonymously in honor of Mr. Havens.
Dorothy Haynes Family—bequest from Dorothy F. Haynes of West Hartford, CT, with preference to students pursuing study in fine arts.
William Randolph Hearst—gift from the Hearst Foundation, Inc.
Anna C. Helman—gift of Rabbi Leonard A. Helman ’48, of Santa Fe, NM. Awarded to students from the Hartford area who commute to Trinity.
Charles J. Hoadley—gift of George E. Hoadley of Hartford in memory of his brother, a member of the Class of 1851.
Hoffman Foundation—gift of the Maximilian E. and Marion O. Hoffman Foundation. Preference will be given to students of Lebanese/Christian background.
Maurice J. Hoffman/Bernard H. Rosenfield—gifts of Peter A. Hoffman ’61, and other members and friends of the Hoffman family to assist students who have earned at least one full year of college academic credit at Trinity College and who experience a sudden need for special or increased financial assistance in order to continue their studies at Trinity without undue stress or interruption.
Albert E. Holland Memorial—gifts from family and friends of the late Albert E. Holland ’34, M’58, Hon. ’66, a valued member of the Trinity administration for 20 years, concluding his tenure as vice president in 1966.
Thomas Holland—bequest of Mrs. Frances J. Holland of Hartford, daughter of Bishop Brownell, the founder of the College, in memory of her husband, Thomas Holland, for three modest stipends to the students attaining the highest rank in the junior, sophomore, and freshman classes. Funds from the bequest also support needy students with outstanding academic achievement.
Marvin E. Holstad—gift of Mrs. Audrey Holstad of West Hartford, CT, in memory of her husband, Marvin E. Holstad M.A. ’65, with preference given to disadvantaged minority students.
Thurman L. Hood—given by the family and friends in memory of Dr. Thurman L. Hood, former dean and professor in the Department of English.
Richard K. Hooper—given by Richard K. Hooper ’53, of New York City.
Rex J. Howard—bequest of J. Blaine Howard in memory of his son, Rex J. Howard ’34, for a student in the Department of English.
Illinois—a special fund established in 1948 for young men and women who reside in the state of Illinois. Awarded on the basis of intellectual distinction, character, leadership ability, and need.
Charles and Winifred Jacobson Memorial—given by Charles E. Jacobson, Jr., M.D. ’31, of Manchester, CT in memory of his parents.
Karen A. Jeffers ’76—gifts of Karen A. Jeffers ’76, with preference for students from the city of Bridgeport, CT. If a qualified student cannot be identified, preference will be given to students from other urban areas. Ms. Jeffers served as a Trustee of the College from 1992 to 1998.
Daniel E. Jessee—given by Carl W. Lindell ’37 in memory of Daniel E. Jessee, a former football, baseball, and squash racquets coach at the College.
Christian A. Johnson—gift of the Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation of New York City.
Dorothy A. and Glover Johnson—given by Dorothy A. and Glover Johnson ’22, Hon. ’60, of New Rochelle, NY, Trustee of the College from 1962 to 1973.
Harry E. Johnson—bequest of Katherine W. Johnson of Hartford in memory of her husband.
Oliver F. Johnson Memorial—gifts from family and friends in memory of Oliver F. Johnson ’35 of West Hartford, CT, for students from the greater Hartford area. Mr. Johnson was a loyal and active alumnus of Trinity College.
R. Sheldon Johnson Family—gift from R. Sheldon Johnson, parent of Robert S. Johnson III ’00 of Rowayton, CT, with preference given to students from New York City.
Joslin Family Scholarship in Memory of Joseph C. Clarke—gifts from the family of Raymond E. Joslin ’58. Awarded in memory of Joseph C. Clarke to graduates of public school systems.
Katzman Family—gift of Elliot M. and Donna M. Katzman P’05, of North Andover, MA.
George A. Kellner ’64—gift of George A. Kellner ’64 of New York City, with a preference to children of employees of not-for-profit educational or research institutions. Mr. Kellner served as a Trustee of the College from 1990 to 2000 and again from 2003 to 2011.
George A. Kellner ’64 Fund for Presidential Scholars—gift of George A. Kellner ’64, of New York, NY, to support the College’s Presidential Scholars. Mr. Kellner served as a Trustee of the College from 1990 to 2000 and again from 2003 to 2011.
Timothy Kelly ’90 Memorial—gifts from friends and family of Timothy Kelly, a member of the Class of 1990, who died of cancer and did not graduate from the College.
Timothy Peter Kelly Memorial—gift in memory of Timothy Peter Kelly from his father, Brian W. Kelly, mother, Susan Kelly, and brother, Brian T. Kelly. Awarded to a student who has graduated from Farmington High School in Farmington, CT, with preference for a member of Trinity’s freshman class. If there is no qualifying freshman, then to a sophomore, then a junior, then a senior, respectively.
Betty W. Kelsey—bequest of Mrs. Betty W. Kelsey of West Chatham, MA, mother of Ward T. Kelsey ’65.
Kelter Family—gift of Jeffrey E. Kelter ’76, of Glen Cove, NY to encourage diversity in all its forms, with preference given to students from western Long Island, NY. Mr. Kelter presently serves as a Trustee of the College.
Lewis S. Keyes—bequest of Lewis S. Keyes ’58, M’60, of Norfolk, VA, to provide tuition assistance with a preference for chemistry majors.
Kirk Family—gifts of J. Alexander Kirk ’81, of New York, NY.
George Kneeland—given by Miss Adele Kneeland and Miss Alice Taintor, both of Hartford, in memory of George Kneeland 1880.
Korengold/Dippell Family—gifts of Daniel L. Korengold ’73 and Martha Lyn Dippell of Chevy Chase, MD, with preference given to students hailing from metropolitan Washington, DC.
Jill and Peter S. Kraus ’74 Fund for Presidential Scholars—gifts of Jill G. and Peter S. Kraus ’74, of New York, NY, for support of the Presidential Scholars. Mr. Kraus served as a Trustee of the College from 1998 to 2006.
Vernon K. Krieble Memorial—given by relatives and friends in memory of Dr. Vernon K. Krieble, Scovill Professor of Chemistry, and increased substantially by a bequest and gifts in memory of Mrs. Laura C. Krieble in 1991.
Josh P. Kupferberg—gift of Dorothy and Jack Kupferberg, in memory of their son Josh P. Kupferberg ’73, to encourage the study of the natural sciences and mathematics at the College and to assist academically talented students who intend to study, or are studying, as their major the natural sciences and/or mathematics.
Lenn Kupferberg ’73, P’07, Karen Kupferberg ’73, P’07 and Beth Kupferberg ’07—gifts from the Jack and Dorothy Kupferberg Family Foundation of Flushing, NY.
Karl Kurth—gifts from friends and associates of Karl Kurth in honor of his 30-year tenure in the Athletic Department, for a student who best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship, leadership, integrity, and dedication which Professor Kurth so ably demonstrated while at the College.
Kurz Family—given by the Kurz family of Philadelphia, PA, with preference for juniors and seniors majoring in religion.
“Thank You, Dean Lacy” William P. Scully ’61—given by William P. Scully ’61, of Vero Beach, FL, in honor of O.W. Lacy, who served as Dean of Students from 1958 to 1964. Awarded with preference to students who have returned to the College after an interruption in their studies of one or more semesters.
Larsson Family—gift of Jan L. Larsson ’77, of Franklin Lakes, NJ, and members of the Larsson Family. Awarded to a rising junior or senior engineering major who has demonstrated: 1.) excellence in engineering, 2) personal integrity, and 3) dedication to community service activities during his or her college career.
Susanna and Solon Lawrence—gift of an anonymous donor, with preference for students who have thrived in the face of physical disabilities.
Pamela and Nicholas W. Lazares—gift of Pamela and Nicholas Lazares ’73, P’08, P’10, of Milton, MA, with a preference for qualified international students from Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, and the Balkans, or to first generation American students whose families emigrated from the regions described.
Jonathan Levin—established by Trinity College in memory of Jonathan Levin ’88, for a graduating senior from the William Taft High School. If a qualified candidate cannot be found at Taft, preference will be given to a deserving student from another public high school in New York City.
John Levy and Gail Rothenberg—gifts of John Levy ’69, P’04 and Gail Rothenberg P’04 with preference to students from the city of Boston, MA.
Charles W. Lindsey Memorial—gifts from colleagues, friends, and family members of Charles W. Lindsey III following his death in 1992. Awarded with preference to economics majors for study abroad in developing countries, or to students from developing countries for study at Trinity. Professor Lindsey joined the Trinity faculty in 1975 and was a member of the Economics Department.
George Thomas Linsley—bequest of Mrs. Helen L. Blake of Farmington in memory of her first husband, The Rev. George Thomas Linsley, D.D.
Littauer Family—gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Littauer P’09, ’12, of Princeton, NJ.
David J. Logan—gift from Gerber Scientific, Inc. of South Windsor, CT, to honor David J. Logan ’55, for his outstanding contributions to the company during his 35-year career, Awarded to students intending to study engineering, with preference to students from the greater Hartford area and second preference to students from Connecticut.
Alexander A. Mackimmie, Jr.—given by the family and friends of Alexander A. Mackimmie, Jr., professor of education at the College from 1962 to 1971. Awarded with preference to graduates of Bulkeley High School, Hartford, CT.
Henry F. MacLean Memorial—given by Alison Barbour Fox, Trustee of the College from 1977 to 1986, in memory of her husband, Henry F. MacLean. Awarded with preference for students from Northwestern Regional High School No. 7 in Winsted, CT, where Mrs. Fox once taught. If no students meet this criterion, preference given to students majoring in English.
G. David M. Maletta II Memorial—given by family and friends in memory of G. David M. Maletta ’72, P’02, ’05, ’10, of Greenwich, CT.
Morris M. and Edith L. Mancoll—given by Dr. and Mrs. Morris M. Mancoll ’24 of West Hartford, CT.
Stanley J. Marcuss—gifts from Stanley J. Marcuss ’63, of Washington, D.C., Trustee of the College from 1982 to 1987, in honor of his father, for students who demonstrate high standards of academic achievement or potential and exhibit a strong interest in world affairs.
John G. Martin—gift from Heublein, Inc., in memory of John G. Martin, for students from the greater Hartford area.
Mathematics—gifts from Betty N. and E. Finlay Whittlesey of West Hartford. Dr. Whittlesey served on the Trinity faculty from 1954 until his retirement in 1998. Increased by a gift in Professor Whittlesey’s honor from Irving H. LaValle ’60. Awarded with preference for students majoring in mathematics.
Arthur N. Matthews—bequest of Arthur N. Matthews ’21, of Windsor, CT. Increased by memorial gifts from family and friends.
Maynard Family—gift of Sarah and Frederick Maynard, parents of Elizabeth A. Maynard, Class of 2007.
McArdle Family—gifts of Sonia Flanders McArdle ’85, of Chicago, IL.
McBride Family—gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. McBride ’78, P’10, of Baltimore, MD. Awarded with preference for students who hail from Baltimore, MD.
George Sheldon McCook Memorial—given by family members in memory of George Sheldon McCook, Class of 1897.
Joseph F. McCrindle—bequest of Joseph F. McCrindle, friend of the College, of New York, NY.
Raymond W. McKee—gifts from Raymond W. McKee ’70.
McKittrick-Walker Memorial—bequest from Evelyn O. Walker W’35 of South Lyme, CT.
Donald L. McLagan—gift of Donald L. McLagan ’64, of Sudbury, MA, with preference given to minority students, who served as Trustee of the College from 1982 to 1988 and again from 1991 to 2001.
Donald L. McLagan Fund for Presidential Scholars—gift of Donald L. McLagan ’64, of Sudbury, MA, to support financial aid for the Presidential Scholars. The Presidential Scholars are selected yearly from the College’s highest rated applicants and receive financial aid based on academic merit. Mr. McLagan served as Trustee of the College from 1982 to 1988 and again from 1991 to 2001.
George Payne McLean—given by Mrs. Juliette McLean of Simsbury, CT, in memory of her husband, George Payne McLean, Hon. ’29, former Governor of Connecticut and U.S. Senator.
Arthur “Skip” McNulty ’62—gifts from classmates and friends in memory of Arthur “Skip” McNulty ’62, with preference given to Trinity students who are children of Episcopal clergy.
Gary W. McQuaid Memorial—gifts from family and friends of Gary W. McQuaid ’64, of Hershey, PA.
Caroline Sidney Mears—bequest of J. Ewing Mears 1858, of Philadelphia, PA, in memory of his mother, Caroline Sidney Mears.
Meehan Family—gifts of Peter J. Meehan ’62, of Chapel Hill, NC, for qualified Trinity students who are residents of an inner city. Preference will be given to those who are residents of the city of Hartford.
Memorial—gifts in memory of alumni and friends.
Merin Scholarship for Hartford Students—gifts of Mitchell M. Merin ’75, of Madison, CT, to aid Trinity students who are residents of Hartford. Mr. Merin served as a Trustee of the College from 2002 until 2010.
Donald Miller—gifts from family, alumni, and friends of retiring football coach Donald Miller.
Mirsky—bequest of Mrs. H. Sarah Mirsky, widow of Aron L. Mirsky ’36.
Moak-Trinity—given by C. B. Moak of Miami, FL, with preference for students from Florida.
Michael A. Moraski ’72 Memorial—given by the family and friends in memory of Michael A. Moraski ’72, with preference for students from Gilbert High School, Torrington High School, or Litchfield County.
Robert S. Morris—given by Robert S. Morris, 1916, Hon. ’65, of West Hartford, CT, Trustee of the College from 1941 until his death in 1971.
Shiras Morris—given by Mrs. Grace Root Morris of Hartford, in memory of her husband, Shiras Morris 1896.
Ora Wright Morrisey—annually funded by Col. Edmund C. Morrisey ’52 in memory of his mother, Ora Wright Morrisey. Awarded to students with strong work ethics, positive attitudes, and who have demonstrated strong leadership skills, ambition, and strength of character
Allen C. Morrison—bequest of Mrs. Sara M. Brown of West Hartford in memory of her first husband.
Muller Family—gifts of Robert H. Muller ’71, of Ridgewood, NJ.
Robert O. Muller ’31—bequest of Josephine D. Muller, of Anderson, SC, in memory of her husband, a member of the Class of 1931.
James J. Murren ’83 for Summer Study at the Rome Campus—gift from James J. Murren ’83 of Las Vegas, NV, to provide assistance to qualified students for summer study at Trinity’s Rome Campus. If, in a particular year, no students fit these criteria, income may be awarded to qualified students for study at the Rome Campus during the academic year.
Paul J. Myerson Memorial—gifts in memory of Paul J. Myerson, M.D. ’61, with preference given to greater Hartford residents who have graduated in the top ten percent of their secondary school class.
Clarence E. Needham—bequest of Edith S. Needham of Shaker Heights, OH, in memory of her husband, Clarence E. Needham 1911.
William J. Nelson—bequest of William J. Nelson 1910 of Plaistow, NH, and memorial gifts from his family and friends.
Richard B. and Herbert J. Noble—proceeds from a matured life income fund contributed by Mr. Richard B. Noble ’25, of Milford, CT, and Herbert J. Noble ’26, of South Glastonbury, CT.
Gustav P. Nordstrom—bequest of Estelle E. Goldstein of Hartford, in memory of Gustav P. Nordstrom ’29.
Roy Nutt Memorial—gifts from family and friends in memory of Roy Nutt ’53, of Palos Verdes, CA, Trustee of the College from 1983 until his death in 1990.
Remsen Brinckerhoff Ogilby—given by Carlos B. Clark, Hon. ’43, James B. Webber, Joseph L. Webber, Richard H. Webber, Oscar Webber, and James B. Webber, Jr. ’34, of Detroit, MI, in memory of the Rev. Remsen Brinckerhoff Ogilby, President of the College from 1920 to 1943.
Mark Deran Ohanian ’07—gifts of Bruce and LuAnn Ohanian P’07 through the Deran Hintlian Charitable Foundation, Hartford, CT, in honor of Mark Deran Ohanian ’07.
Raymond and Elizabeth Oosting—gift of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oosting of West Hartford, CT with preference for a student who demonstrates exemplary leadership. Mr. Oosting coached Trinity’s basketball and track teams for 30 and 25 years, respectively, and was director of athletics from 1934 until his retirement in 1966.
Kay Koweluk Orfitelli Memorial—gift of Mr. William M. Orfitelli ’73, of Anchorage, AK, in memory of his wife, who was also a member of the Class of 1973.
Dr. William Anthony Paddon—given by Richard Paddon ’42, of Summit, NJ, in honor of his brother, Dr. William Anthony Paddon ’35, Hon. ’76, with preference to students who have a special interest in public health and a demonstrated concern for others.
Mitchel N. Pappas—given by the family and friends of Mitchel N. Pappas, Fine Arts Professor at Trinity from 1947 to 1971, for students with special promise in the area of studio arts.
Dwight Whitfield Pardee—given by Miss Cora Upson Pardee of Hartford, in memory of her brother, a member of the Class of 1840.
Alexa W. Parsons—given by Alexa W. Parsons, Class of 2012, of Weston, CT, to support qualified Trinity students, regardless of their academic achievements. Preference will be given to those who are majoring (or intend to major) in economics, especially those who demonstrate an interest in studio arts.
Richard B. Pascall—bequest of Richard B. Pascall ’35.
Elaine F. Patterson ’76—gift from Elaine Feldman Patterson ’76, of Los Angeles, CA, who presently serves as a Trustee of the College. Awarded with preference to students from southern California.
Andrew M. and Margaret B. Paul Family—gifts of Andrew M. and Margaret B. Paul P’12, of Bronxville, NY.
Alfred L. Peiker—bequest of Alfred L. Peiker ’25, of West Hartford, CT, and memorial gifts from family and friends, for a student majoring in chemistry.
Clarence I. Penn—bequest of Clarence I. Penn 1912, of New York City.
Penniman Moran Family—gifts of Mary Penniman Moran, 1976, and Garrett M. Moran, of Greenwich, CT, to provide scholarship aid to qualified students who matriculate through the endeavors of the Posse Program. Mrs. Mary Penniman Moran served as a Trustee of the College from 2000 to 2008.
Henry Perkins—bequest of Mrs. Susan S. Clark of Hartford, in memory of her first husband, Henry Perkins 1834, to aid students nominated by the Bishop of Connecticut.
Jeanne and Mitchell Perrin—gifts from Charles Perrin ’67 and Robert Perrin ’63 in honor of their parents’ 60th wedding anniversary. Preference for students from New York City. Charles Perrin served as a Trustee of the College from 2000 to 2008.
Sheila and Charles Perrin ’67—gifts from Sheila and Charles Perrin ’67, P’99, of North Salem, NY, for students who matriculate through the endeavors of the Posse Program. Mr. Perrin served as a Trustee of the College from 2000 to 2008.
Ida H. and Israel Pomerantz Memorial—gift from Mrs. Israel Pomerantz of Wethersfield, CT in memory of her husband and gifts from Mrs. Pomerantz’s son, Morton M. Rosenberg ’51, M.A.’52, with preference to students from the Hartford area who are first-generation college students.
John Humphrey Pratt—bequest of John H. Pratt, Jr. ’17, of Darien, CT.
The Reverend Joseph Racioppi—proceeds from a life income fund established by The Rev. Joseph Racioppi ’17, of Fairfield, CT.
Arnold E. Raether Memorial—gift of Paul E. Raether ’68, P’93, ’96, ’01 in memory of his father.
Raether Family—gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Raether ’68, P’93, ’96, ’01, of Greenwich, CT. Mr. Raether presently serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College.
Raether 1985 Charitable Trust for Presidential Scholars—gifts Paul E. Raether ’68, P’93, ’96, ’01, of Greenwich, CT, to support financial aid for Presidential Scholars. Mr. Raether presently serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the College.
Mark Rainsford/Daniel North—gift from Daniel F. North ’42, of Litchfield, CT, in memory of his classmate Mark Rainsford, with preference to students who intend to major in studio arts or English literature. Preference will be given to candidates from membership in traditionally marginalized groups, candidates from the neighborhoods surrounding Trinity College, and candidates who are the first members of their family to attend college.
Frank Melvin Rathbone—proceeds from a charitable remainder annuity trust from Louise Rathbone, daughter of Frank Melvin Rathbone 1906.
Amos Elias Redding—gifts from friends and colleagues in memory of Amos E. Redding 1916.
Thomas D. Reese ’62—given by Marlynn and William P. Scully ’61, of Vero Beach, FL, to honor the memory of Thomas D. Reese ’62.
William W. Reese II ’63—gift from an anonymous donor in memory of Mr. William W. Reese II, a 1959 graduate of the Millbrook School and a 1963 graduate of Trinity College. He was a captain in the United States Air Force and beloved by his soldiers.
J. Ronald Regnier/University Club—gifts from members of the University Club of Hartford and other friends and colleagues in memory of J. Ronald Regnier ’30.
Gertrude B. and John R. Reitemeyer—bequest of Mrs. Gertrude Reitemeyer of Barkhamsted and West Hartford, CT, in honor of her husband, John R. Reitemeyer ’21, who served as a Trustee of the College from 1950 to 1973 and Trustee Emeritus until his death in 1979. Awarded to students whose immediate families are residents of Connecticut.
Governor Abraham A. Ribicoff—given by the Suisman Foundation, Inc., of Hartford, in honor of former Connecticut Governor Abraham A. Ribicoff, Hon. ’55.
Walter J. and Eleanor Ward Riley—bequest of Walter J. Riley ’26 and Eleanor Ward Riley.
Maria L. Ripley—bequest of Miss Maria L. Ripley of Hartford.
Kathryn M. Rockwell—bequest of Kathryn M. Rockwell, mother of Bruce M. Rockwell ’60.
Stephen G. Romaine ’50 and Nellie Uccello Romaine M’60—gift of Nellie Uccello Romaine M’60, of Hartford, in loving memory of her husband, Stephen G. Romaine ’50, with preference for students majoring in the sciences or the arts.
Gerald Francis Rorer—gift from Gerald B. Rorer and Elizabeth K. Rorer P’00, ’03 in memory of Gerald’s father.
John Rose Organ Scholarship—gift of Eleanor J. and Willard R. Seipt, of Tryon, NC, friends of the College, in honor of Mr. John Rose, College Organist and Director of Chapel Music, with preference for students studying organ at Trinity College or pursuing study in the field of music. In the absence of qualified organ students, it will be awarded to qualified students pursuing studies in music or to students who contribute significantly to the musical life of the College.
Rosen Family—gift of the Jeffrey Rosen family of New York City with preference for students who participate and/or pursue studies in dramatic arts including creative writing, performance, film studies, playwriting, and theater.
Charlotte H. Ross ’10—given by E. Burke Ross P’10, of Palm Beach, FL, in honor of his daughter.
Ruth B. Rouse—bequest of Ruth B. Rouse of Wethersfield, CT, a friend of the College along with her husband, Elmer, since the early 1950s.
H. Ackley Sage—bequest of Mrs. Lydia Sage of Pompano Beach, FL, in memory of her husband, H. Ackley Sage 1914.
Daniel and Sheila Saklad—gift from Daniel Saklad ’64, of Wilmington, NC, and Charlottesville, VA, for students who meet one of the following conditions: 1) scholars who reside in the greater Boston area, with preference given to graduates of Belmont High School; or 2) scholars who reside in the state of North Carolina, with preference given to residents of Wilmington.
Henry F. Saling—bequest of Henry F. Saling, friend of the College. For a student studying in a pre-medical program.
Bishop Harold E. Sawyer—bequest of The Rt. Rev. Harold E. Sawyer, 1913 of Ivoryton, CT.
Ethel and Max Schader Memorial—gifts of Margaretha and Bertram R. Schader ’56 of Madrid, Spain, Marcia C. Sherman, Byron K. Schader, and others. Preference is given to Jewish students.
Margaret and Eric Scheyer ’87 Familygifts of Margaret and Eric J. Scheyer ’87, of Glencoe, IL.
Sam and Dora Schneider—gift of Allen M. Schneider ’60, of Swarthmore, PA, in loving memory of his parents. Awarded to students with demonstrated financial need and scholastic excellence.
Osmon H. Schroeder and Leota Schroeder Barber—bequest from Leota S. Barber of Pinellas County, FL.
Peter A. Schwartzman ’88—gifts of Peter A. Schwartzman ’88, of Darien, CT.
Senior Class—annually funded by the College’s senior class to provide scholarship aid to qualified students during their freshman and sophomore years.
Senior Class Endowed—funded by contributions from undergraduates presented to the College as a Senior Class Gift, for a rising senior who has not previously shown financial need.
Thomas A. Shannon—bequest of Thomas A. Shannon ’25, of West Hartford, CT.
Lester E. Shippee—gift of Mr. Lester E. Shippee of Bloomfield, CT, in honor of James F. English, Jr., Hon. ’89, President of Trinity College from 1981 until 1989.
Helena K. and Elmer L. Smith—gift of David R. Smith ’52, P’78, ’82, ’87, ’87, ’95, ’99, of Greenwich, CT, in memory of his parents. Mr. Smith served as a Trustee of the College from 1980 to 1982 and again from 1983 to 1989.
Harold and Irene Smullen—gift from Mary and Harold A. Smullen, Jr. ’76 of West Hartford, CT, with preference to a public high school student from the state of Connecticut. Mr. Smullen served as a Trustee of the College from 2004 to 2007.
Charles Byron and Ila Bassett Spofford—bequests of Charles Byron Spofford, Jr. ’16 and his wife, awarded to rising juniors and seniors.
Dallas S. Squire—bequest of Dallas S. Squire ’15, of Oceanside, CA, in memory of Samuel S. Squire and Colin M. Ingersoll, with preference to a junior or senior member of St. Anthony Hall.
Grace B. Starkey—given by George W. B. Starkey, M.D. ’39, Hon. ’83, of Brookline, MA, in honor of his mother. Dr. Starkey served as a Trustee of the College from 1966 to 1990.
General Griffin A. Stedman, Jr.—given by Miss Mabel Johnson of Hartford, in memory of her uncle, Brig. Gen. Griffin Alexander Stedman, Jr. 1859, M.A. 1863.
Elliott K. and Josephine H. Stein—gift from Josephine H. Stein in memory of her husband, Elliott K. Stein ’44, with preference to students from Hartford County, CT who intend to major in history or economics.
Stern Family—given by Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Stern ’77 P’11, of New York City, to provide financial aid to qualified students, with preference given to graduates of public school systems.
Robert C. Stewart—given in honor of Professor Robert C. Stewart, who retired after 46 years with the Mathematics Department, to a student who has demonstrated an interest in teaching.
Mitchell B. Stock—given by Mitchell B. Stock of Bridgeport, CT.
Arthur B. Stolz—bequest of Arthur B. Stolz ’35, of Washington, D.C.
Ralph W. and Evelyn B. Storrs—bequest of Evelyn B. Storrs, of West Hartford, CT for students planning to enter medicine as a profession.
George R. Stubbs—bequest of George R. Stubbs ’40, of Coconut Creek, FL, to support undergraduate residents of the state of Connecticut.
The Student Government Association Student Activities Scholarship Award—established in 1991 to recognize Trinity students who demonstrate extensive involvement in student activities and exhibit superior student leadership. The recipients are chosen annually by the Student Government Association.
Suh Family—gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Dong S. Suh of New York City, parents of Eugene Suh ’90 and Sharon Suh ’91, with preference given to Asian students.
Suisman Foundation, Inc.—given by the Suisman Foundation, Inc., of Hartford.
Samuel C. Suisman—given by the Suisman Foundation, Inc., of Hartford, with preference to a rising senior who has made substantial contribution in extracurricular activities and has shown general leadership qualities.
Samuel C. and Edward A. Suisman—given by Samuel C. Suisman and Edward A. Suisman, Hon. ’71, of West Hartford, CT.
SURDNA Foundation—given by the SURDNA Foundation, Inc.
Margaret G. Sweeney—bequest of Margaret G. Sweeney of West Hartford, CT.
Swiss Reinsurance Company—given by the Swiss Reinsurance Company of Zurich, Switzerland, with preference to a student majoring in mathematics.
T’44 Memorial—given by the Class of 1944 in fond memory of classmates who have died, awarded with preference for first generation college students and students in the Individualized Degree Program.
Frederic Tansill—gifts from members of the Trinity College Club of New York, with preference to students from metropolitan New York who contribute to the College by participation in extracurricular activities and show promise of continued involvement with Trinity after graduation.
Edwin P. Taylor III—established with memorial gifts received from Mr. Taylor’s family. He was a member of the Class of 1946 and was killed in action March 29, 1945.
Andrew S. Terhune ’78—gifts of Andrew S. Terhune ’78, of Philadelphia, PA.
Thomas and Charlotte Valentine Taylor Educational Foundation—given by Thomas and Charlotte Valentine Taylor Educational Foundation for students who graduated in the top third of their class at a private, independent secondary school.
Theta Xi—preference to children of fraternity members.
Allen M. Thomas—bequest of Allen M. Thomas ’26, of Greenwich to provide financial assistance to premedical students.
Richard I. Thomas—bequest of Richard I. Thomas ’34, MA’35, of Rockport, ME.
Mathew George Thompson—bequest of The Rev. Mathew George Thompson, Hon. ’20, of Greenwich, CT.
Melvin W. Title—given by the Suisman Foundation, Inc., of Hartford in honor Melvin W. Title ’18, Hon. ’68. Increased by gifts from Mr. Title and friends.
Joy Tomlinson ’79, P’13—gifts of Joy Tomlinson ’79, P’13, of New York City.
William Topham—bequest of Margaret McComb Topham of New York City, in memory of her father, William Topham.
Tortora Sillcox Family—gifts of the Tortora Sillcox Family Foundation, whose trustee is Leslie Cooper Sillcox ’78, of Glen Head, NY, a former Trustee of the College. Income is to be used to provide scholarship aid to qualified students who matriculate through the endeavors of the Posse Program.
W. James Tozer, Jr. ’63, P’89, ’90—given by W. James Tozer, Jr. ’63, P’89, ’90, of New York City, to provide financial aid for Trinity students who are residents of the state of Utah, with preference for those graduating in the top ten percent of their secondary school class. Mr. Tozer presently serves as a Trustee of the College.
Trinity Club of Hartford—annually funded by the Trinity Club of Hartford for students from the greater Hartford area.
Trinity College Student Body—gifts of the Classes of 1969 through 1978.
Trinity College—established by the Trustees with funds derived from student repayments of Trinity loans.
B. Floyd Turner—given by B. Floyd Turner 1910 and Mrs. Arline Turner MA ’33, of Glastonbury, CT, and memorial gifts from family and friends, with preference for residents of the town of Glastonbury.
William H. and Judith C. Turner Fund for Students from the International College of Beirut—given by Judith and William H. Turner III ’62, P’91, of Montclair, NJ, for Trinity students from the International College of Beirut. Mr. Turner served as a Trustee of the College from 2004 to 2009.
Ruth Elaine Tussing—bequest of Esther Price Molloy, of West Hartford, CT, in honor of her daughter, for women students majoring in the romance languages.
Ruth and Paul Twaddle Memorial—gifts in memory of Paul H. Twaddle, M.D. ’31 for students preparing for medical school who are majoring in humanities or social sciences.
Arthur J. Ulmer—bequest of Arthur J. Ulmer of Jersey City, NJ.
William Urban—bequest of William Urban ’37, of Lakewood, N.J. Awarded to full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing, who came to Trinity from inner-city environments, with preference given to students who are U.S. citizens from Philadelphia, New York, Hartford, Trenton, or Newark.
Vietnam Veterans Recognition—given by Marlynn and William P. Scully ’61, of Vero Beach, FL, to honor all members of the Trinity family who served during the Vietnam conflict, especially Shep Spink ’62, Jon Reynolds ’59, and Vice President for College Advancement Ron Joyce.
Thomas S. and Lewis A. Wadlow—given by Thomas S. Wadlow ’33 and Lewis A. Wadlow ’33, to be awarded at the discretion of the President of the College, with the hope that recipients will later want to help others by adding to this fund or by otherwise supporting the College.
David E. Walker ’83—Gift of David E. Walker ’83, of Dedham, MA.
Timothy J. Walsh ’85 and Mary Casner Walsh—gift from Timothy J. Walsh ’85 and Mary Casner Walsh, with preference for students from Bristol, CT. Mr. Walsh presently serves as a Trustee of the College.
Constance E. Ware Student Assistance—gifts made by and in memory of Constance E. Ware of West Hartford, CT, to meet unusual needs or take advantage of special opportunities which do not fall within the normal financial aid package, such as study abroad or special research projects, with preference to students studying within the Departments of Fine Arts and History. At the time of her death, Mrs. Ware was Vice President for Development at Trinity and had been employed at the College for 25 years.
Warrington—gifts from the Warrington Foundation, whose president is Samuel Bailey, Jr. ’62, with preference given to inner city students who are residents of Hartford, CT, or Hartford-based.
Helen M. Watson—gift of an anonymous donor, for students enrolled in the Individualized Degree Program.
Raymond John Wean—gifts of Raymond John Wean, Hon. ’54, of Warren, Ohio, Trustee of the College from 1955 to 1973, to the neediest qualifying students from the following geographical areas: First preference to students from Trumbull and Mahoning counties in Ohio; second, to students from Cuyahoga County in Ohio; and third, to students from Allegheny County in Pennsylvania.
Ronald H. Weissman—given by Mrs. Estelle Fassler of Scarsdale, NY, mother of Ronald H. Weissman ’74, for a student majoring in science, preferably biology.
Western Connecticut Alumni Association—given by members of the Western Connecticut Alumni Association, with preference for students from western Connecticut.
C. Dana White—gift of C. Dana White ’64, MA’69 of Santa Barbara, CA, to students of either Black, Hispanic, or Native American origin.
Whitters Family—gifts from James P. Whitters III ’62, Trustee of the College from 1984 to 1995, for a student who has elected to major in American history or American studies.
Mary Howard Williams—bequest of Augusta Hart Williams of Hartford.
David Winer—gifts from family, friends, and colleagues, in honor of Professor David Winer, Dean of Students, Emeritus.
Isidore Wise—gifts and a bequest from Isidore Wise, Hon. ’49, of Hartford.
Woodward—bequest of Charles G. Woodward 1898, Trustee of the College from 1917 to 1950, in memory of his grandfather, Charles Smith, of South Windham, CT, and his parents, P. Henry Woodward, Hon. 1900, and Mary S. Woodward of Hartford.
Charles G. Woodward—given by Charles G. Woodward 1898, of Hartford, Trustee of the College from 1917 to 1950.
George and Thomas Wyckoff—gift of Trustee Emeritus George Wyckoff of Pittsburgh, PA, in memory of his sons George ’59 and Thomas ’60, with preference to students from the Pittsburgh area.
Merrill A. Yavinsky ’65—gifts from Merrill A. Yavinsky ’65 for students from the city of Hartford. In the unlikely event a student from Hartford is not identified, the award may be given to a student from a bordering town.
Vertrees Young—given by Vertrees Young 1915, Hon. ’73, of Bogalusa, LA, a Trustee of the College from 1960 to 1976 and Trustee Emeritus until his death in 1982.
Scholarships for Students Preparing for the Ministry
The following scholarships are awarded to students who are preparing to enter the ministry. Applicants for these scholarships will apply on the usual forms, and the same general rules will apply to them as govern the award of other scholarships.
Thomas Backus—given by The Rev. Stephen Jewett, Hon. 1833, of New Haven, CT.
Daniel Burhans—bequest of The Rev. Daniel Burhans, Hon. 1831, of Newtown, CT.
The Reverend Frederic L. Bradley ’21—bequest from Mrs. Martha F. Bradley of Hartford, CT, in memory of her husband, the Reverend Frederic L. Bradley ’21.
John Day Ferguson and Samuel Morewood Ferguson—bequest of Mrs. Jeannie Taylor Kingsley of New Haven, CT.
George F. Goodman—bequest of Richard French Goodman 1863, of Newton, NJ.
Horace B. Hitchings—bequest of The Rev. Horace B. Hitchings 1854, of Denver, CO.
Harriette Kirby—bequest of Miss Harriette Kirby, of Hartford.
Horatio N. Lake—bequest of Horatio N. Lake of Bethlehem, CT.
John Shapleigh Moses—bequest of Annette Foxall McCarteney Moses of Andover, MA, in memory of her husband, John Shapleigh Moses, D.D., a member of the Class of 1914.
Joseph P. Robinson Memorial—bequest of Stanley A. Dennis, Jr. ’17, of Kearny, NJ, in memory of The Rev. Joseph P. Robinson.
Isaac Toucey—bequest of The Honorable Isaac Toucey, Hon. 1845, of Hartford, former Trustee of the College.
Isaac H. Tuttle—bequest of The Rev. Isaac H. Tuttle 1836, of New York City.
Nathan M. Waterman—bequest of General Nathan Morgan Waterman of Hartford.
Student Loan Funds
Federal Perkins Loan—under provisions of the National Defense Education Act of 1958 as amended, loans are made available for students with financial need.
George J. Mead—established in 1951 by bequest of George J. Mead, Hon. ’37, of Bloomfield, CT for loans to students majoring in economics, history, or government.
Edward J. Myers and Thomas B. Myers Trinity College Student Loan Fund—established by Thomas B. Myers 1908 in his name and that of his brother, Edward J. Myers 1914, with preference to graduates of accredited Racine County, WI, high schools.
Revolving Loan Fund—established in 1988 by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schiro of West Hartford, CT, through a gift from the Schiro Fund, Inc., to provide loans to Individualized Degree Program students, graduate student,; and regular undergraduates who are juniors or seniors and who stand in the top half of their class academically and are U.S. citizens.
Trinity—established by vote of the Trustees of the College in 1952 to provide loans comparable to the terms and conditions of the Mead Loan Fund for students majoring in other fields.
Eva Winer Memorial Fund—memorial gifts from family and friends of Eva Winer. Used by the Office of the Dean of Students as grants or loans for students with special needs.