Addie Quinlen Named Oldham Scholar
Addie Quinlen has been named an Oldham Scholar at The University of Richmond. The Richmond Scholars program at the University of Richmond is divided into four designations that provide additional educational advantages. Those advantages include stipends for an expanded educational experience, priority registration, and invitations to special designations special events.
Becoming a Richmond Scholar is a highly competitive and highly rewarding process. Being named a Richmond Scholar is about much more than receiving a full-tuition, merit-based scholarship. Richmond Scholars are part of an intimate and esteemed group of students at the University, enjoying the support of faculty, staff, and alumni throughout their four years and beyond.
Up to seven Richmond Scholars will be designated as Oldham Scholars, and their award will equal the value of full tuition plus room and board. Over four years, the value of the scholarship for a student designated as an Oldham Scholar will exceed $200,000. Since 1983, the generosity of the late alumnus Mr. W. Dortch Oldham and his wife, Sis, has enabled the University to award such scholarships to those incoming students who exemplify the highest scholarship, personal integrity, and potential for leadership.