“This semester has been especially time-consuming because I am applying to medical school at the end of this year. Because of the scholarship I have been able to dedicate more time to preparing for the MCATs and finishing my medical school applications, with less financial stress. I deeply appreciate the generous scholarship, and will continue to work hard to further my college career. ”
A gift from Leona Denton, wife of Earl A. Denton, Chicago 1929, inaugurated the Denton Scholarship Award. The award provides a minimum $1,000 grant to a student pursuing a graduate degree in the field of International Affairs with an emphasis in World Trade, Economics, Business or Political Science. Brother Denton owned and operated a Chicago-based international trade firm. It was his desire that recipients of this award will have an impact in the area of world trade.
Order of Constantine Sig Mark P. Herschede, Cincinnati 1940, established the Herschede Engineering Scholarship to benefit brothers pursuing a graduate degree in the field of engineering. The award provides a minimum of $1,000 in scholarship support.
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 minimum $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate and selected through the Sigma Chi Graduate Scholarship process 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.
Made possible through the generous support of the late Grace and Jack D. Madson, Utah State 1925, The Madson Graduate Scholarship is presented to qualified members of Sigma Chi Fraternity pursuing their first year of graduate level study in any academic field. The award provides a minimum of $1,000 in scholarship support.
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.
This scholarship award was established through the generous support of Timothy A. Michael, Ohio State 1970, John G. Berylson, Brown 1975, and Dr. Daniel P. Walsh, Southeast Missouri State 1971 and other Brothers. The Military Service Scholarship Award provides academic scholarships, in varying amounts beginning at $1,000, to undergraduate and graduate Sigma Chi Brothers who are currently serving or have served on active duty in their country’s military—Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, or National Guard.
Please Note: ROTC students are not eligible for this award.
This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother John K. Forst, George Washington University 1984. The Forst Law Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 academic scholarship to a qualified Sigma Chi graduate through the Graduate Scholarship process and enrolled at a United States A.B.A.-accredited law school.
The Sigma Chi Medical Scholarship is presented to (a) graduate student(s) 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 in the past benefited from the Buckby Medical Scholarship and the generosity of our alumni Brothers in general. The award provides a minimum of $1,000 in scholarship support.
This scholarship award is provided through the generous support of Brother Ravi D. Goel, Yale 1993. The Goel Medical Scholarship Award provides a $1,000 scholarship to a qualified 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.
If you would like additional information or have any questions, you may contact Heidi Holley at 847-425-4470