The following chapter scholarships are funded and operated locally by collegiate chapters. This is intended to be a reference for other chapters interested in starting their own scholarships.
For information on other Chapter Assistance Funds see: Chapter Subrosa and Assistance Funds
- 1 Chapter Scholarships, Brothers Only
- 2 Chapter Scholarships, Public
Chapter Scholarships, Brothers Only
Alpha Beta Razzano Tripod Scholarship
The Alpha Beta Chapter Razzano Tripod Scholarship, is an endowment established in fall 2003 in honor of two exemplary Brothers, Christy Razzano and Katy Razzano. Along with alumni contributions, the Chapter set aside part of its fundraising revenue to help vest this endowment.
The Alpha Omicron Chapter has one full scholarship, covering dues (both local and national). Additionally the chapter has added three partial scholarships, each covering a third of dues for each recipient.
Alpha Rho Scholarships
4/16/07 Memorial Scholarship
Established by Alpha Rho Chapter in 2007 and first awarded in 2008, this annual scholarship in memory of the 32 victims of the April 16, 2007 shootings at Virginia Tech is awarded each spring at the Chapter's Alumni Banquet to an Alpha Rho undergraduate Brother who exemplifies the spirit of the University's motto: Ut Prosim - That I May Serve, and demonstrates financial need. It is funded by the Alpha Rho Chapter Endowment Fund. The recipient is selected by the Alpha Rho Alumni Advisory Board and receives a scholarship of $1,416.32, with the amount serving as a tribute to the date and victims of the tragedy.
Alpha Rho Tripod Scholarship
Established in 1997, this award and $500 scholarship is bestowed annually by Alpha Rho Chapter to an undergraduate Brother of the Chapter. The recipient is selected by the Alpha Rho Alumni Advisory Board based on a resume and essays detailing the applicant's excellence in scholarship, leadership and fellowship.
Gamma Mu Chapter Tripod Scholarship
The Gamma Mu Chapter has set up a $200 Tripod scholarship for Brothers that is awarded in the every Spring. The funds for the Tripod Scholarship are taken out of the general chapter budget every year. To be eligible for the scholarship, the Brother must be returning to the Chapter in the Fall and complete an application that details their involvement in Scholarship, Leadership, and Fellowship both inside and outside of the Fraternity. The Brothers complete the application that is handed out by the scholarship committee, and they are then voted upon by the scholarship committee. The names of the applicants are known only to the scholarship chair while the voting occurs. After a decision has been made, a plaque is engraved with the name of the person receiving the scholarship, which is presented at Alumni Banquet.
Chapter Scholarships, Public
Alpha Sigma Chapter annually awards a scholarship of $250 to full time second semester freshmen with a 3.0 GPA or higher. The scholarship recipient is selected by the chapter's Scholarship Decision Board which consists of all members of the executive board, three undergraduate members in good standing and two alumni.
The Alpha Tau Chapter Endowment Fund uses corporate sponsorship and fundraising to financially assist high school students within the community through collegiate scholarships. The Endowment Fund has a board of directors consisting of undergraduate and alumni brothers of Alpha Tau.
For more information: Alpha Tau Endowment Website
Gamma Zeta Chapter annually awards a scholarship of $200 to Jackson County, NC high school seniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher that plan to attend Western Carolina University. The scholarship recipient is selected by a board including the chapter's Scholarship Committee as well as several member's of the Brotherhood that volunteer their assistance in the reviewing process.
Epsilon Delta distributes scholarships to local high school seniors.