Scholarships 2018-06-20T21:39:13+00:00

“Joining Sigma Pi helped mold my personality and sharpen my interpersonal skills in a way that college, on its own, never could. The relationships I formed and the fraternity projects that I worked on at Monmouth University helped to prepare me for my professional career. Also, being an engaged member of my chapter as an undergraduate prepared me to truly be ready to take on the real world. I’ve been lucky to have an incredible career trajectory doing a job that I love, but I don’t know if I would be in this position without the experiences and lessons that my time as an undergraduate Sigma Pi leader afforded me.

With the growing cost of higher education, not every high school graduate has the opportunity to go to college. Though my parents helped me as much as they could at the time, I still took on a mountain of student loan debt. Receiving a Sigma Pi Educational Foundation scholarship was a wonderful surprise and it really helped ease some of the financial burden I was facing. Anyone who has seen their student loan debt piling up knows that every little bit helps – and for that, I am grateful to the Foundation. I encourage all brothers of Sigma Pi to apply for these scholarships because they award real money that can help make going to college a little bit more affordable.”

– Brett Stevens (Monmouth ’08) is the Global Vice President of Material Sales & Procurement at TerraCycle, a global recycling company focused on the collection and processing of traditionally non-recyclable waste streams

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Today’s college students are facing an ever increasing strain on educational funding with increased tuition.  This leads students to rely more on student loans, increased work loads and stress on their studies.  This also causes many students to overlook Greek life as a positive impact on their lives and their overall college experience.

The Sigma Pi Educational Foundation offers a variety of scholarship for undergraduate and graduate studies to help our members remain competitive in school and the Greek Community.  We encourage alumni to consider endowment scholarships for their own chapters or to contribute to a fund that is already in place.

*Scholarships highlighted in RED are not currently available. 

Colonel Walter H. Lemmond
Awarded to an exemplary member of Sigma Pi from Rabun County, Georgia attending Emory University (Chapter currently closed) or from a Sigma Pi Chapter in Georgia or Alabama.


Timothy B. Haney (Graduate Scholarship)
Awarded to a Penn State (Theta) alumni attending graduate school with financial need being the major criteria. Graduate school would be, but not limited to – Law, Medical, Dental, Business, or a recognized Master’s Degree Program.


Laverne Marie Rovira Legacy Scholarship
Awarded to a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity (or a family member of a Sigma Pi brother) who resides in or is originally from the States of California or Louisiana and enrolled as a full-time student in an institute of higher learning. Based on academics – cumulative 2.5 GPA or higher and exemplifies good citizenship and leadership qualities.


Clifford Wilke
Awarded to an outstanding Sigma Pi undergraduate from or attending college in the State of MO. Undergrad or graduate student demonstrating service and leadership to their chapter.


Kody B. Cranney Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to an active full-time member in good standing of the University of Colorado (Zeta-Delta) Sigma Pi Chapter. Candidate will exemplify the ideals of the fraternity through leadership and academics and service through campus and community involvement.


Genevieve “Mom” Slevine
Awarded to an Eastern Illinois (Beta-Gamma) Sigma Pi undergrad in good standing residing in the Chapter House. Based on academics, financial need and Fraternity ideals.

Undergraduate:

PGH and HGS Byron R. Lewis (Academic)
Awarded biennially at Convocation to an initiated sophomore or junior at the time of application (earned 30-60 semester credit hours or equivalent) member of an active Chapter who has demostrated superior academic achievement. Secondary considerations include chapter, campus and civic activities and leadership.

Cyrus E. Palmer (Leadership)
Awarded biennially at Convocation to an initiated sophomore or junior at the time of application (earned 30-60 semester credit hours or equivalent) member of an active Chapter who has demostrated outstanding campus or civic leadership. Secondary considerations include academics, chapter leadership, campus involvement and community service.

Cletus A. Broecker & Richard Barnard Memorial Scholarship (Philanthropy and Community Service)
Awarded biennially at Convocation to an initiated sophomore or junior at the time of application (earned 30-60 semester credit hours or equivalent) member of an active Chapter who has demostrated outstanding commitment to philanthropy and/or community service. Secondary considerations include academics, chapter leadership and campus involvement.

MajGen James E. Livingston & Lt George K. Sisler Scholarship (Current and Former Military)
Awarded biennially at Convocation to an active initiated undergraduate member of the Fraternity who has demonstrated superior academic achievement. Secondary considerations include chapter, campus and civic activities and leadership. Applicants must be a current member of the National Guard or Reserves or an honorably discharged former active-duty member of any branch of the US or Canadian Armed Forces.


Graduate:

Judge Curtis G. Shake (Law Student)
Awarded biennially at Convocation to an initiated member of the Fraternity who has demonstrated superior academic achievement and currently engaged in the study of law. Secondary considerations include chapter, campus and civic activities and leadership. Applicants must (1) have successfully completed a bachelor degree from an accredited institution at the time of application and (2) be in their first or second year of study at an ABA accredited law school.

Lothar I. Iversen Fellowship (Alumni Volunteers)
Fellowship is awarded biennially at Convocation to up to three (3) initiated member of the Fraternity who are an active Chapter Director, Province Archon, Graduate Advisor or Resident Advisor and engaged in graduate, professional or advanced degree studies.   Primary consideration is given to superior academic achievement and outstanding service as an alumni volunteer of Sigma Pi Fraternity. Secondary considerations include chapter, campus and civic activities and leadership. Applicants must (1) have successfully completed a bachelor degree from an accredited institution at the time of application, (2) be currently enrolled in a graduate, professional or advance degree program at an accredited institution of higher learning at the time of award and (3) serve in one of the above mentioned volunteer roles at the time of application and award.

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