The Interfraternity Council and its member chapters hold academic excellence as a top priority and value for all members. The Council has established a scholarship policy to help chapters promote academic excellence among their members as well as men wishing to join any of the IFC chapters. In addition to this program, IFC and some of the chapters offer academic scholarships to incoming students each year. Below is more information about each scholarship as well as contact information for the person responsible for each. If you have general questions about the scholarship programs, please contact the IFC Vice President of Scholarship, Matt Woods, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interfraternity Council Scholarships
The Interfraternity Council is offering three scholarships to potential new members that may be interested in joining a fraternity in the Fall 2016 semester. Applicants will be considered based on the merits of their application and resume in regard to prior demonstrated academic achievement and character.
The three scholarships being offered are the $1500 Jonathan Krueger Memorial Scholarship and two $500 scholarships, all of which are one-time awards. You can find more info about all of our scholarships in the scholarship application, available at the link below.
Alpha Gamma Rho - To Make Better Men Scholarship
Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at the University of Kentucky is awarding a $1,000 scholarship to any deserving man or woman who is planning to enroll at the University of Kentucky. Being a member or becoming a member is not required to be eligible for the scholarship. Please note that a phone interview and/or a face-to-face interview may be required if you are selected as a finalist. To apply for this scholarship follow the link below. For further information, contact Dylan Pal via email or Jacob Mattingly via email.
Beta Theta Pi - Men of Principle Scholarship
Beta Theta Pi at the University of Kentucky prides itself on scholastic excellence, outward involvement, and service. Notably, Beta was recognized for holding the highest overall GPA at the end of the 2016 school year and won the overall intramural ranking for 2016. To recognize exemplary incoming students who hold the same high standards in academics, involvement and service for a principled life, Beta Theta Pi has developed the Men of Principle Scholarship. The scholarship consists of a brief application to highlight prior success and is followed by an interview process at the beginning of the school year. The selected finalist will be awarded a $500 scholarship.
Sigma Phi Epsilon - Balanced Man Scholarship
To support our mission of Building Balanced Men, the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity (“SigEp”) proudly brings the Balanced Man Scholarship to the University of Kentucky.
We will be giving out up to $1000 in scholarships this year at the beginning of the year to incoming freshmen that have shown to be scholars, athletes, leaders, and balanced men. We believe that it is essential that each person lives a life with a sound mind and a sound body which would lead to a balanced life.
Please note applying or winning this scholarship does not mean you have to make a commitment to Sigma Phi Epsilon or to Greek life here at UK. Please submit the application by July 21st. To access the application please click the link below.
If you have any questions please contact Ian Nethery via email or via phone at 859-494-1642.
Sigma Pi - Quest for Excellence Scholarship
Sigma Pi’s motto is “a quest for excellence”. The men of Sigma Pi strive for excellence by living our core values: to promote fellowship, develop character and leadership, advance heightened moral awareness, enable academic achievement, and inspire service.
Sigma Pi Epsilon Beta would like to offer a one time, $300 academic scholarship to a male student entering his freshman year at the University of Kentucky who will pledge Sigma Pi in the fall.
The entry should be written in essay form (2 pages minimum, 4 pages max; double-spaced, 12-point font). Please answer the following questions: Why do you think academic achievement is important? and What does brotherhood mean to you? You must have a 3.0 high school GPA to be considered. Please email your essay to Camdenbooker@uky.edu. The deadline to apply is August 1st.
The top 3 finalists will be invited to a complementary dinner (date TBD), where the winner will be announced! You will be notified if you are a finalist by August 15th.
Sigma Pi Fraternity International looks forward to hearing from you!
Theta Chi Scholarship
Theta Chi is offering two scholarships for the upcoming academic year. One scholarship is with $500 and the other scholarship is worth $250.The scholarships are given to new members who demonstrate strong leadership potential. Financial need is also taken into consideration. The application should take no longer than 10 minutes, and can be found at the link below. For more information, contact Paul Savage via email or via phone at 502-689-2405.
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