The Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity will grant several scholarships, fellowships and educational grants during the 2017-2018 academic year. Scholarship recipients are carefully chosen based upon their academic success, commitment to the ideals of Phi Sigma Kappa and service to their campus, community and Fraternity. Undergraduate and graduate members are eligible for scholarships and grants. Currently, the Fraternity provides the following scholarships for academic work.
Scholarship Application Deadlines: January 31
Named in honor of the late benefactor Brother Dean Terrill (Knox College '29) and available on the basis of scholastic record to graduating seniors and alumni entering graduate school or presently in graduate school. The Terrill Graduate Fellowship Application
Named in honor of the late benefactor Brother Ernest Wenderoth (George Washington '08) and available to sophomores and juniors on the basis of academic criteria and an essay competition.
The Wenderoth Undergraduate Scholarship Application
The Jay Stanley Academic Key Society
In 1997, during his tenure as Grand President, Jay Stanley (Tennessee ’62) felt so strongly about the Fraternity’s Cardinal Principle, To Stimulate Scholarship, that he implemented a program which recognizes undergraduates who are outstanding students. The Fraternity is pleased to continue that program, the Academic Key Society.
This academic honorary will recognize members who attain a 3.5 grade point average or above. Members will receive a certificate for a first-time achievement and a lapel pin and certificates for those who receive this distinction in consecutive grading periods. Like other honoraries, Phi Sigma Kappa will refer to its lapel pin recognition piece as a “key.” The Academic Key Society Application
The Zeta Chapter Alumni Association provides a scholarship grant to a recipient who meets the following criteria:
The scholarship may be awarded to any direct descendant (child, grandchild, great grandchild, etc.) male or female, of a Zeta alumnus, providing the applicant has been accepted to attend or is already attending an accredited college or university. Phi Sigma Kappa does not have to have a chapter at the school.
The scholarship, when awarded, will be on an annual basis. Applications should be submitted as early as possible for consideration for the following academic year. Selection of the recipient will be made by the Scholarship Coordinator at the Phi Sigma Kappa International Headquarters.
The amount of each annual scholarship may vary. Checks for the scholarship will be sent to the school that the recipient is attending after he/she has matriculated and is participating in the academic program for that year.
Applicants must do the following:
- Submit a completed George H. Duarte Zeta Scholarship Fund application form.
- Enclose with the application form a personal resume describing honors, interests and achievements, as well as school and athletic activities, employment experience and civic endeavors, if any.
Applications should be sent to:
Phi Sigma Kappa
2925 E 96th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46240
This scholarship is possible through a generous gift from the estate of G. Ronald Nish and Evelyn Nish in 2005. The scholarship will be given annually to a deserving junior or senior attending the University of Illinois with a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. It will be awarded based on the overall quality of the applicants' credentials.
This scholarship is available to any Phi Sig, or child of a Phi Sig, who is pursuing full-time undergraduate studies at Northeastern University. Scholarships will be awarded based on the overall quality of the applicants' credentials. The Delta Pentaton Scholarship Application
The Foundation will match local scholastic achievement awards given by chapters, colonies or alumni clubs, dollar for dollar, up to a maximum of $300 per chapter for the first 15 chapters to apply. APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15. The Matching Grants for Local Scholarships Application
Chapter Educational Funds (CEFs) are established by alumni for the benefit of a specific chapter. These funds further the charitable, educational, and other tax-exempt purposes of the Foundation by promoting leadership, providing educational facilities and equipment, and implementing scholarship programs for the benefit of members of the designated chapter.