Douglas B. Rogers Essay Competition



Georgetown University

Hillsdale College

Trinity University

Swarthmore College

Duke University

Grove City College

Carnegie Mellon University



Holy Cross

University of Chicago

Clemson University

University of Michigan

University of Kentucky

McGill University

George Mason University

Wake Forest University

St Vincent College

Salisbury College

Troy University

Utah State University

Notre Dame

The Citadel

Cornell University

Wofford College

Providence College

St. Ambrose University

Southern New Hampshire College

Radford University

University of Houston (Honors College)

Baylor University

Virginia Military Institute

Mercer College

Ashland University

Trinity College

Georgia College

Salve Regina University

Thomas Moore College

York College

Ohio Northern University

Adelphi University

James Madison University

Emory and Henry University

Duquesne University

St. Norbert College

University of Pittsburgh

Loyola, New Orleans

Loyola, Maryland

University of Arizona

Arizona State University

Auburn University

Christopher Newport University

Gutenberg College

The Douglas B. Rogers Essay Competition honors the memory of Douglas B. Rogers, PhD and serves as a means of continuing his legacy of inspiring young minds to seek knowledge through truth. The great works and stream of ideas that formed the underpinnings of our Western Civilization were of great importance to Doug. This Competition is designed to invite students to thoughtfully research and opine regarding matters of critical relevance to our society and future governance.

The contest is open to undergraduate students actively enrolled in any field of study at a college or university in the United States or Canada and is partnered with The Abbeville Institute in Auburn, AL.

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