Killam Humanities Scholarship
The Killam Humanities Scholarship was established through the generosity of Dr. Jane Killam Oyarzun (class of 1963), in honor of her parents Lydia Belle Chase Killam and Warren Elmer Killam and her sister and brother, Lydia Joyce Killam Sperry ’61 and Jonathan Bartlett Killam ’67.
The recipient of the Killam Humanities Scholarship must be an undergraduate who is a Humanities major, and preferably a resident of the seacoast region of New Hampshire. The scholarship can go to the same student for up to four years. It is merit-based rather than need-based.