Application Deadline
  Award Type
Merit-Based
  Award Amount

Up to $10,000

  Eligibility
First Year

  Description

Competitive, merit-based, renewable scholarships for students who participate in Trinity's Debate program.
Baker Duncan Debate scholarships are granted to incoming First-Year students with a talent for debating and a desire to commit to Trinity’s Debate program.

Explore further: Debate at Trinity University


  Eligibility

  Who is eligible:

Undergraduate, entering first-year students planning to join the Debate program at Trinity

  Who is not eligible:

Transfer, continuing, or graduate students

Explore further: See Trinity’s student profile


  How to Apply

STEP 1

Submit your online application.

 

Deadline

Applications open:
Sept. 1, 2022

Application deadline:
Feb. 7, 2023

STEP 2

Submit supplemental documents:
  • A resume of debate accomplishments
  • A recommendation letter from a high school coach
  • Submit supplemental documents to wjensen@trinity.edu
Deadline

Feb. 7, 2023


  Important Details

Selection Criteria

For more information about selection criteria, please contact the Department of Human Communication and Theatre

Renewal Information
  • Renewable annually for up to 8 semesters, not including summers
  • Must become and remain a part of the Debate team
  • Must maintain a predetermined cumulative G.P.A.
  • Must be enrolled full-time for each semester
How Trinity Determines Eligibility

Simple math!
Cost of Attendance - Expected Family Contribution = Demonstrated Financial Need

Undergraduate financial aid guide


  Contact

Application process and admission:

Department of Human Communication and Theatre
Will Jensen
Director of Debate
wjensen@trinity.edu