Posse Scholars are catalysts for change on campus.

Impact on Campus

The concept of a Posse works for both students and college campuses, and is rooted in the belief that a small, diverse group of talented students—a Posse—carefully selected and trained, can serve as a catalyst for increased individual and community development. Identified for their leadership ability and overall motivation to succeed, Posse Scholars head campus organizations, encourage dialogue and programs that foster an inclusive campus environment and achieve academic success. Read More About Scholars’ Campus Impact

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Becoming a Scholar

Each fall, students are nominated by high schools and community-based organizations for their leadership and academic potential. Posse partner colleges and universities award merit-based leadership scholarships to multicultural teams of 10 students each. These teams (Posses) attend college together. Learn About the Nomination Process

Joshua Lewis Featured Scholar

Joshua Lewis, who will be a senior this fall at Texas A&M University, is a student senator, president of the Black Student Alliance Council, an ambassador for the Department of Multicultural Services, and marketing director for Aggies United. Read Joshua’s Story.

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Latest News

AB Supports Posse Scholars’ Career Growth

Fall 2017

Global investment management and research firm AllianceBernstein (AB) is deeply committed to helping Scholars pursue successful careers.

UW-Madison Alum Pursues Future in Foreign Service

Spring 2018

​In 2016, University of Wisconsin-Madison Posse Alumna Saumya Deva was the first Posse alum to win the prestigious Rangel Graduate Fellowship, which supports awardees through two years of graduate study, internships, mentoring and professional development activities.

PNAAC Reps Stand Up For Posse Alum Peers

Spring 2018

The dynamic role of the Posse National Alumni Advisory Council (PNAAC), which alums are appointed to after an application process, sees members lending a critical voice to national Posse discourse and serving to support peers in our 10 cities across the country.

Alumni Conference Celebrates 10 Years

Spring 2018

The 10th annual National Posse Alumni Leadership Conference (NPALC), is scheduled for Saturday, July 28, in New York City. The event promises much for attendees to be excited about.

Notre Dame Scholar Serves as VP of Student Elections

Spring 2018

Posse Scholar Shady Girgis is serving the student body of the University of Notre Dame as the Judicial Council’s vice president of elections.