Fully Funded Stamps Scholarship: The Stamps Scholarship is UM’s most prestigious merit award available to students at the University of Miami. This scholarship is awarded to exceptional and academically accomplished high school seniors.
- 🏫 Stamps Scholars receive a comprehensive merit award covering tuition, fees, housing, meal plans, health insurance, textbooks, laptop allowance, and access to a $12,000 enrichment fund.
- 🌍 The enrichment fund can be used for study abroad, undergraduate research, unpaid internships, and educational pursuits, subject to prior approval.
- 👥 Additional benefits include participation in on-campus and national Stamps Scholars communities, funding for academic and scientific research, cultural and leadership programs, study abroad opportunities, and more.
- 🎵 Note: The Stamps Scholarship differs from the Frost School of Music Stamps Scholars program.
- 📅 Eligibility is automatically considered for Early Decision I and Early Action applicants who submit all First-Year Admission Requirements by November 1.
- 📝 Semi-finalists are required to respond to a predetermined essay prompt, and finalists are selected based on their applications and essay responses. Interviews with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation follow.
- 📚 Stamps Scholars must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and complete a full-time undergraduate program with at least 24 credit hours per academic year. The award may be revised based on other financial aid received.
|Award||Full Cost of Attendance for 4 Years|
|Includes||Tuition, Fees, Housing, Meal Plan, Health Insurance, Textbooks, Laptop Allowance, $12,000 Enrichment Fund|
|Benefits||Academic Support, Research Funding, Cultural Programs, Study Abroad, Networking Opportunities|
Study Area: Open to All Fields of Study
The Stamps Scholarship is a highly prestigious merit award offered to outstanding high school seniors at the University of Miami. This scholarship covers the full cost of attendance for four years of undergraduate study, providing comprehensive financial support for students pursuing their academic goals. Recipients of the Stamps Scholarship benefit from a wide range of perks, including tuition and fees, on-campus housing, a meal plan, University health insurance, textbooks, a laptop allowance, and access to a $12,000 enrichment fund. The enrichment fund can be used for various educational endeavors, such as study abroad experiences, undergraduate research projects, unpaid internships, and more (subject to prior approval by the Office of the Provost).
In addition to the financial support, Stamps Scholars become part of a vibrant on-campus and national community. They have the opportunity to engage in academic and scientific research projects, cultural and leadership programs, study abroad experiences, attend conventions and regional conferences, and participate in online events and networking opportunities.
Please note that the Stamps Scholarship program at the University of Miami is distinct from the Frost School of Music Stamps Scholars program.
Early Decision I and Early Action applicants are automatically considered for the Stamps Scholarship when they apply for early admission to UM by submitting all First-Year Admission Requirements by November 1.
Applicants must submit all First-Year Admission Requirements by the specified deadline.
How to Apply:
To apply for the Stamps Scholarship, simply complete the University of Miami’s early admission process by submitting all First-Year Admission Requirements by November 1. Selected semi-finalist candidates will be asked to write a short response to a pre-determined essay prompt as part of the selection process.
The Stamps Scholarship application deadline for early admission is November 1.
Terms and Conditions:
Stamps Scholars are required to maintain full-time enrollment with no fewer than 12 credit hours during each fall and spring semester, totaling a minimum of 24 credit hours per academic year. Scholars must also maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 at the University of Miami, with the initial calculation performed at the end of the second semester of attendance. The scholarship award is subject to revision if additional grant, scholarship, or tuition/housing aid is received after the initial award is granted. For more information, please visit our Terms & Conditions page.
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