Donors Scholars Program

Number of Scholarships: 70
Minimum of 108 Undergraduate Awards
Minimum of 8 graduate Awards List Updated on march 20, 2019

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All applicants to the General Undergraduate Scholarship will be considered for all available Donor-Scholar Awards. You do not have to complete a separate application for any of these Awards.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brothers, family and friends of the Alpha chapter. The Alpha Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Southern Ohio Province. The annual scholarship will be redirected to give initial preference to a qualified applicant from the Alpha chapter once it has been reinstated as an active chapter of the Sigma Chi International Fraternity.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of the Brothers of the Alpha Omega chapter. The Alpha Omega Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Omega chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr., Kansas 1944. The Adams Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Eta chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Dick “Bulldog” Barley, Illinois Wesleyan 1954, and is provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Delta Eta chapter. The Barley Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Eta chapter.

A gift from the estate of past Grand Consul James Bash, Indiana 1946, and his sweetheart Connie established the James & Connie Bash Scholarship Award. The Bash Scholarship Award provides up to ten – $1,000 scholarships to undergraduate Brothers selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to undergraduates from Indiana University (Lambda chapter) or Butler University (Rho chapter).

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother James L. Beattey III, Indiana 1954, and provided through the generous support of Brother Jeffrey N. Beattey IV, Indiana 1984 and other Brothers. The Beattey Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified Lambda legacy applicant.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brothers, family and friends of the Beta Zeta chapter. The Beta Zeta Bungaloo Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Zeta chapter.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother Emanuel (Manny) Bondi, Emory 1960, and is provided through the generous support of Brother James E. McIlwain Jr., Emory 1962. The Bondi scholarship award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Chi chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Kenneth E. Case, Oklahoma State 1966. The Case Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Gamma Delta chapter. 

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Paul W. Chellgren, Kentucky 1964. The Chellgren Scholarship Award provides two – $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from a chapter in the state of Kentucky.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Harry V. Cheshire, Washington University 1947. The Cheshire Scholarship Award provides two – $1,000 academic scholarships to qualified undergraduate Brothers selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to qualified applicants from the Tau Tau chapter.

This scholarship award is given in memory of Brothers Brent and Justin Cobb, Mississippi 1998 and 1997 respectively, and is provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Gamma Upsilon chapter. The Cobb Memorial Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to qualified applicants from the Gamma Upsilon chapter.

A gift from the estate of Brother Robert Cook, San Diego State 1949, and his sweetheart Margaret established the Robert & Margaret Cook Scholarship Award. The Cook Scholarships provides two – $1,000 academic scholarships to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Sigma Chi Psi and Delta Xi chapters.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Randall S. Coppersmith, South Florida 1979. The Coppersmith Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process form any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Theta Beta chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Alston D. (Pete) Correll, Georgia 1963. The Correll Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Constantine W. Curris, Kentucky 1962. The Curris Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Lambda Lambda chapter and second preference to a qualified applicant from a chapter in the state of Kentucky.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of James R. Dahlberg, Michigan State 2015, through the generous support of Brothers, friends and family of Brother Dahlberg. The Dahlberg Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Gamma Psi chapter

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Dr. RLD Davidson, Dickinson College 1931 and is provided through the generous support of Brother Mark Ruhe, Westminster College 1976. The Davidson Scholarship Award provides two – $1,000 academic scholarships: one to a qualified new initiate of Delta Tau within the term affected and one to a qualified sophomore, junior or senior member of Delta Tau that has been an initiate longer than one year. The Award will be given to another qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter if no qualified individual from Delta Tau applies for either Award.

* Initial preference will be given to Theta Gamma during Delta Tau’s suspension.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother John F. McMullan, University of Georgia 1958. The Delta Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Paul J. Hering, University of California — Los Angeles 1983. The Hering Consul Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Eta chapter holding the office of chapter Consul and second preference to a qualified applicant from the Delta Eta chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Frank Fagan, University of Rhode Island 1961 and Brothers of the Delta Sigma chapter. The Delta Sigma Memorial Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Sigma chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of the alumni of the Eta Sigma chapter. The Eta Sigma Chapter Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Eta Sigma chapter.

A gift from the James and Grace Cain Foundation established the James Fiduccia Beta Phi Consul Scholarship Award. The Fiduccia Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Phi chapter holding the office of chapter Consul, second preference to a Beta Phi applicant with a chapter leadership role and third preference to a Beta Phi applicant in good standing with the chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Walter Lowrie Fisher, Hanover 1883, and provided through the generous support of Brother Mark E. Dunning, Hanover 1983. The Fisher Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a brother from the Chi chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Donald R. Frahm, Washington University 1953. The Frahm Scholarship Award provides one $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Tau Tau chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of the Brothers of the Alpha Phi chapter. The John H. Foote Greystone Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship(s) to a qualified undergraduate Brother(s) selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Phi chapter.

A gift from the estate of Harold P. Hanson, Montana 1959, established the Harold P. Hanson Scholarship Award. The Hanson Scholarship Award will provide five academic scholarships, in varying amounts for a total of $20,000, to qualified undergraduate Brothers selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from the Beta Delta chapter for the school year 2014/2015. The number of Hanson Scholarship Awards will increase in subsequent years.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Edgar “Bill” Ingram, Bowling Green State 1972. The Ingram Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Kappa chapter and secondary preference to a qualified applicant from a chapter in the state of Ohio.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Marshall D. Johnson, Tennessee 1979, and Brother Marvin D. “Swede” Johnson, Arizona 1950, and provided through the generous support of Stella Johnson. The Johnson Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Sigma chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Marvin D. “Swede” Johnson, Arizona 1950, and provided through the generous support of Stella Johnson, Karen Johnson Riebe and Ken Riebe. The Johnson Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Phi chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Marvin D. “Swede” Johnson, Arizona 1950, and provided through the generous support of Stella Johnson, Lynn Johnson Engel and Brother Jim Engel, San Jose State 1974. The Johnson Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Epsilon Theta chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Glen O. Kirsch, Pennsylvania State 1970, and is provided through the generous support of Brothers, friends and family of Brother Kirsch. The Kirsch Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Chi chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Mark A. Kocent, Pennsylvania 1982, and is provided through the generous support of Brother Gerald D. Knorr, Pennsylvania 1982. The Kocent Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Phi Phi chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Ronald J. Kostich, Westminster 1963. The Kostich/Inland Empire Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from Theta Sigma or Iota Alpha (upon its return).

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Glen Berree, Florida Southern College 1969, Capt. USN (Ret.) and is provided through the generous support of Brother Kenneth H. Kraft, Jr., Purdue 1956. The Berree Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Delta chapter. Recipients are encouraged to establish a mentoring relationship with Brother Berree.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Douglas J. Krueger, Wisconsin 1987. The Krueger Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Lambda chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Joseph J. Kubat, Arizona State 1990, and is provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Epsilon Upsilon chapter. The Kubat Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Epsilon Upsilon chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Paul Chellgren, Kentucky 1964, and alumni Brothers of the Lambda Lambda chapter. The Lambda Lambda 1960’s Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Lambda Lambda chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Harold “Lanny” Lamont, Bradley 1960. The Lamont Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Rho chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brothers Gregory and Leonard Ledet, Texas A&M 1972 and 1974 respectively, and provided through the generous support of Brother John P. Jackson, Texas A&M 1973. The Ledet Memorial Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Zeta Pi chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Sam Levine, University of Southern California 2013, and provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Alpha Upsilon chapter. The Alpha Upsilon Sam Levine Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Upsilon chapter.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother Marc T. Lord, San Diego State 1985, and provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Sigma Chi Psi and Delta Xi chapters. The Delta Xi Marc T. Lord Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Xi chapter with second preference to a qualified applicant from a chapter in the Southern California Province.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Michael P. Luzio, University of Maryland 1998. The Luzio Scholarshp Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Gamma Chi chapter.

A gift from the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation will provide five annual academic scholarships of $1,000. The Sigma Chi Foundation will give preference to up to three qualified applicants from the Beta Epsilon Chapter with the remainder Awarded to Sigma Chi undergraduates representing other chapters. Recipients are selected annually through the General Academic Scholarship process.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother S. Jack McDuff, University of Arizona 1951. The McDuff Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Beta Phi chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother John F. McMullan, University of Georgia 1958. The McMullan Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta chapter.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother Jeremy Megroz, San Diego State 1996, through the generous support of Brother Tom Lofaro, San Diego State 1991. The Jeremy Megroz Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Sigma Chi Psi and Delta Xi chapters.

A gift from Brother Donald T. Meier, Nebraska 1941, established the Donald & Lorena Meier Academic Scholarship. The Meier Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to qualified undergraduate Brothers selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter. Recipients are encouraged to establish a mentoring relationship with Brother Meier.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Alan B. Mitchell, Texas A&M 1985. The Mitchell Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to a qualified applicant from the Eta Upsilon chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Sigma Chi Brothers of the LA County Alumni Chapter. The LA Coastal Provincial Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from one of the following chapters: Alpha Upsilon, Delta Eta, Eta Beta, Iota Omega, Kappa Omicron, or Zeta Xi.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Larry M. Oman, Bowling Green State 1963, and his sweetheart Linda. The Oman Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Kappa chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of the Brothers of the Delta Phi chapter. The Perdue Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Phi chapter.

This scholarship award is given through the generous support of Brother William H. Pope, University of Wisconsin 1958. The Pope Memorial Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Lambda chapter.

These scholarship awards are given in honor of Brother James M. Qualy, Missouri — Columbia 1979 and Brother William E. Qualy, Missouri — Columbia 1974 and provided through the generous support of Brother John M. Qualy, Missouri — Columbia 1970. Each Qualy Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process. Qualifications are as follows: high GPA in the chapter, leadership in the chapter, leadership on campus, and leadership in athletics. Scholarship recipient may be selected from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to a qualified applicant from the Xi Xi chapter with second preference to the Theta Iota chapter. Should there be no applicant from these chapters, this scholarship will be awarded to an applicant from a chapter in most need in the state of Missouri.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother John W. Rohe, Miami University 1940, through the generous support of Brother George W. Rohe, Northwestern 1964, and the Rohe family. The Rohe Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha chapter.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Captain Robert W. Romero, San Diego State 1965, through the generous support of Brother Thomas P. Lang, San Diego State 1967. The Romero Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified Sigma Chi Psi or Delta Xi junior or senior who is either a military veteran or someone wishing to enter the military after graduation.

A gift from the estate of Edith Scering, mother of Carl Scering, Lambda 1960, established the Carl Scering Memorial Scholarship Award. The Scering Scholarship Award provides a $10,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Lambda chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother John M. Shepherd, Ohio State 1958. The Shepherd Scholarship Award provides two – $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to an undergraduate with a major in the field of engineering. Recipients are encouraged to establish a mentoring relationship with Brother Shepherd.

This scholarship is provided through the generous support of International Sweetheart Dr. Jacqueline Dupont Carlson. The Sweetheart Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified chapter Sweetheart of a Sigma Chi undergraduate chapter. In the event a qualified Sweetheart does not apply, the scholarship may be Awarded to a qualified Sigma Chi undergraduate applicant to the Foundation’s General Academic Scholarship.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Harold R. Strong, Zeta Xi 1967, and provided through the generous support of the Harold R. Strong Restricted Fund. The Strong Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Zeta Xi chapter.

A gift from the estate of Brother H. Campbell Stuckeman, Penn State 1937, established the Stuckeman Scholars Award. The Stuckeman Scholars Award provides up to 10 – $2,000 scholarships to undergraduate Brothers selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to qualified applicants from the Alpha Chi chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Jeffrey P. Taft, Tulane University 1989. The Taft Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Omicron chapter.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother David M. Underwood, Jr., Southern Methodist University 1988. The Underwood Scholarship Award provides a minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Delta Mu chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Brother Michael Upperman, Southeast Missouri State 2015, and provided through the generous support of Brothers of the Epsilon Phi chapter. The Epsilon Phi Michael Upperman Legacy Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Epsilon Phi chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Paul C. Varga, Kentucky 1985. The Varga Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference given to an undergraduate participating in varsity athletics at the collegiate level.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother William P. Vititoe, Indiana 1960. The Vititoe Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter. Recipients are encouraged to establish a mentoring relationship with Brother Vititoe.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother Donald Walker, University of Oklahoma 1915 and is provided through the generous support of the Brothers of the Oklahoma/Arkansas province and the Beta Theta chapter. The Walker Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Oklahoma/Arkansas province or the Beta Theta chapter.

This scholarship award is given in honor of Brother William H. Walters, Indiana University 1946, and is provided through the generous support of Brother Jeffrey D. Fergus, Indiana University 1978. The Walters Memorial Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with first preference given based on strengthening membership diversity of the fraternity (inclusion indicators may be based on race, ethnicity, country of origin, financial need and first-generation college student).

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother William Brett White, UC Santa Barbara 1981. The White Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Upsilon chapter.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Gordon J. Whiting, Cornell 1987. The Whiting Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Alpha Phi chapter.

This scholarship Award is given in honor of Joanne Wolf and provided through the generous support of Brother Joe Wolf, Omega 1974. The Wolf Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified undergraduate Brother selected annually through the General Academic Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter.

Originally established as the Strong Arms Scholarship in response to hurricane Katrina, the Brothers Helping Brothers Scholarships are available to brothers who have been adversely affected by hardship, such as long-term unemployment or the effects of a natural disaster. The online application is open year-round to all brothers affected by such hardship. Please note that due to the nature of our Foundation, we can only award scholarships for educational purposes.

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This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Joe W. Martin, University of Houston 1976. The Joe Martin Graduate Business Scholarship Award provides a $1,500 academic scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate studying for a graduate degree in business or in business related studies and selected through the Sigma Chi Graduate Scholarship process. Applicants must have a 3.0 combined GPA or a 3.0 GPA in their last semesters of study.

The Mark P. Herschede, Cincinnati 1940, Engineering Scholarship recognizes qualified members of Sigma Chi Fraternity who are pursuing a graduate degree in the field of engineering. The award is made possible by a generous gift from Order of Constantine Sig Mark P. Herschede (chapter eternal) and provides a minimum of $3000 in scholarship support.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother John K. Forst, George Washington University 1984. The Sigma Chi Law Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate through the Sigma Chi Law Graduate Scholarship process and enrolled at a United States A.B.A.-accredited law school.

This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother William Kirtley ‘Kirt’ Jacobs, University of Kentucky 1994. The Kirt Jacobs Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate with initial preference each year given to an applicant pursuing a graduate degree in the field of study in the areas of media, arts or communications.

This scholarship Award is provided through the generous support of Brother Ravi D. Goel, Yale 1993. The Ravi Goel Medical Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate attending medical school and selected through the Sigma Chi Medical Graduate Scholarship process from any Sigma Chi chapter with initial preference each year given to a qualified applicant from the Theta Upsilon chapter.

The Sigma Chi Medical Scholarship provides a minimum $1,000 scholarship to graduate students pursuing a career in medicine with primary consideration given to financial need. Over the past ten years, the scholarship has been made possible by Dr. Daniel Walsh, Southeast Missouri State 1971, a prior Sigma Chi Foundation Buckby Medical Scholarship winner, in honor of his parents Sidney G. and Juanita E. Walsh.

Today the Scholarship is sustained by Sigma Chi brothers who have themselves in the past benefited from the Buckby Medical Scholarship and the generosity of our alumni Brothers in general. In 2011 one such gift was made as a challenge grant to other Brothers who have also benefitted from Sigma Chi Foundation’s medical scholarships to continue perpetuating this meaningful academic assistance.

The Earl A. Denton, Chicago 1929, Graduate Scholarship is provided annually to (a) student/s pursuing a graduate degree in the field of international affairs, with an emphasis in world trade, economics, business or political science. This award is made possible by a generous gift from the late Earl and Leona Denton and provides a minimum of $1,000 in academic scholarship support. Brother Denton owned and operated a Chicago-based international trade firm. He was also an officer and life-long supporter of the Chicago Alumni Chapter. It was his desire that recipients of this award will have an impact in the area of world trade.