2017 Triangle Education Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Deadline: February 15 2017 at 11:59 PM EST (Midnight) - CLOSED


This program is inactive or past the deadline.

Description

The Triangle Education Foundation (TEF), through the generosity of alumni brothers and others, is able to award scholarships to deserving active members of Triangle Fraternity who excel in the areas of academics, Chapter leadership and campus/community involvement. Eight scholarships are awarded annually to Triangles who will be undergraduates in the year following the award.

While there are several chapter-specific scholarships awarded by the scholarship committee, this application package is only for these eight scholarships that are awarded by the TEF Scholarship & Loan Committee. Information on the chapter specific Awards can be found on the Triangle Education Foundation web site.

Requirements

As detailed below, individual scholarships have varying eligibility requirements as established by their donors; however, the following guidelines apply to all five scholarships. Applicants shall:

1. Be active members of Triangle Fraternity enrolled in a course of study leading to a degree, and shall be undergraduates in the school year following their application.

2. Have completed at least two full academic years of school as of the time of award, which is generally the summer after application.

3. Have maintained, as of time of application, at least a 3.0/4.0 GPA (except the Bye scholarship).

4. Demonstrate financial need, and be able to demonstrate that within the restrictions of his present course of study he is now making a personal effort to earn part of the cost of his education.

5. Demonstrate appropriate social skills, by active involvement with his chapter, on his campus and in the community.

James Rust Scholarship
One award of $6,500
Based on need

Edward M. Sevcik Scholarship
One award of $1,000
Preference to Ohio Stateundergrad
Preference to minority student
Engineering major
Based on need

Gordon Mortin Scholarship
One award of $2,500
Based on need

Pierce E. Healey Scholarship
One award of $2,000
Based on grades, chapter, campus and civic participation

Peter & Barbara Bye Scholarship
One award of $3,000
Based on need
GPA of 2.7/4.0

Kapadia Scholarship
Number and size of awards determined by committee, range $1,500 to $5,000. The annual total available to the committee is $13,500
Engineering major
Based on need
Preference to non-US citizen
Preference to Zoroastrian religion
Preference to student attending Michigan State

The James Marshall pur65/Triangle Volunteers Scholarship
One award of $1,500
Based on need
Based on grades, chapter, campus and civic participation

The Kevin Robertson marq92/Triangle Presidents Scholarship
One award of $1,500
Based on need
Based on grades, chapter, campus and civic participation

Foglesong Family Minority Engineering Scholarship
One award of $1,250
Minority student majoring in Engineering
GPA of 2.7/4.0
Service to chapter
Demonstration of financial need
Community service

The Purdue Class of 1958 Scholarship
One award of $1,000
Based on need
Based on grades
Demonstrated social skills

Jeffery D. McClelland nu77 Memorial Scholarship
Annual award of $1,250
Based on need
Demonstrated social skills
Minimum of 2.7/4.0 GPA

Louise & Bill Schmitt pur61 Scholarship
Based on social skills/community involvement
Minimum of 2.7/4.0 GPA
Preference to Purdue chapter members
Preference to Chemical Engineering majors

Number of Awards

16

Award Amount

$0

Total Amount Awarded

$65,000
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