The Institute provides a variety of national scholarships and fellowships for recipients to engage in dialogue with noted public servants and to pursue a study of public policy. Since the founding of the Institute, it has provided in excess of $3 million to deserving students seeking to further their educational and professional experiences.
Hilton Scholarship - The Hilton Scholarship is awarded each semester to Gettysburg College students who are studying abroad.
Whitman Scholarship (Perry) - The Whitman Scholarship (Perry) is awarded to graduating seniors from Perry High School in Perry, Ohio to assist them in pursuing their undergraduate degree.
Whitman Scholarship (D.C.) - The Whitman Scholarship (D.C.) is awarded to graduating seniors from four Washington D.C. area High Schools including Spingarn, H.D. Woodson, Ballou, and Eastern, to assist them in pursuing their undergraduate degree.
Roberts Fellowship- The Roberts Fellowship is awarded to doctoral candidates from select institutions who are pursuing topics on the role of government in a free society, public service, public policy, and an improved understanding of America's role in world affairs.
Jennings Randolph Fellowship - In conjunction with American Public Works Association, the Jennings Randolph Fellowship is awarded to professionals in the public works field for travel and field study overseas.