Ninety high school seniors from across the country participated in the Ben Franklin Day for Scholars competition at Franklin College during the January 28th weekend. The college awarded $1,334,100 that weekend, a four-year total of $5,346,000.
The high school students visited campus to interview with Franklin College faculty and received consideration for top academic scholarships, including the full-tuition Benjamin Franklin Scholarship totalingapproximately $110,000 over four years.
After careful consideration of all the candidates, Franklin College announced the following scholarship winner:
Senior Hannah Troyer of Fishers High School received the Trustees Scholarship in the four-year amount of $56,000.
“Franklin College is pleased to be able to recognize outstanding students in our applicant pool for their academic success, leadership, and extracurricular involvement,” said Alan Hill, Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing for Franklin College.