Fraternity and Sorority Life provides students with opportunities at finding their potential as leaders. Greek students at UW-River Falls take pride in their engagement on campus while maintaining competitive and high academic standards for their members. With this increased level of engagement and academic achievement comes the opportunities for local and national scholarships. Please take a minute to review the many scholarship opportunities that exist for the members of our Greek community!
Alpha Psi Scholarship- provided by Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity
This scholarship is provided to incoming/transferring men for the fall semester of each academic year.
Alpha Gamma Rho Foundation Scholarships
Scholarships are established by members and friends of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity who want to provide a continuing source of assistance for deserving students.
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship- provided by Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation
Granted to deserving graduate and undergraduate sisters to further their educational goals. These women exhibit academic excellence as well as dedication to serving the community and Alpha Omicron Pi.
Academic and Career Enhancement Scholarship Awards- provided by Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation
Alpha Sigma Alpha provides its current members and alumnae and also non-members with opportunities at scholarships that promote and encourage continued education.
Named Scholarship- provided by Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation
The Scholarship Committee will evaluate all applications for named award eligibility first, and then general Diamond Jubilee Scholarship eligibility.
Betty Mullins Jones Scholarship- provided by the National Panhellinic Conference
The Alpha Phi/Betty Mullins Jones Scholarship was established by the Alpha Phi Foundation to honor Betty Mullins Jones’ commitment to the National Panhellenic Conference. It is awarded annually to a collegiate Panhellenic woman who has worked to further her fraternal community’s reputation on her campus and who embodies the values of sisterhood, philanthropy and scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a woman who makes a difference in sorority life by serving on her college Panhellenic.
Elizabeth Ahlemeyer Quick/Gamma Phi Beta Scholarship provided by the National Panhellinic Conference
The National Panhellenic Conference Foundation is pleased to offer the Elizabeth Ahlemeyer Quick/Gamma Phi Beta Scholarship. Established to honor Betty Quick’s long and devoted service to both NPC and Gamma Phi Beta, this $2,000 scholarship is awarded each year to a collegiate member in good standing of one of the NPC member groups. The recipient must be nominated by her College Panhellenic and shall have displayed outstanding service to her local college Panhellenic, hold a minimum 3.0 grade point average, and have been accepted for enrollment as a full-time junior or senior for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Phi Mu Foundation Scholarships
Phi Mu Foundation awards 95 undergraduate and graduate scholarships each year. Applications are due by March 1 of each year and only one application is required for all scholarship opportunities.
Sigma Alpha Scholarship Opportunities
Sigma Alpha provides educational and event grants for undergraduate students and chapters.
Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation Scholarship Opportunities
Tri Sigma provides multiple scholarships to current undergraduate students and alumnae looking to further their education. Applications are online for members of Tri Sigma.
Dale A. Slivinski Scholarship Fund
Scholarships from this fund are used to encourage attendance at the Fraternity’s leadership and education events. The recipients are selected by the International Headquarters staff.
Reginald E.F. Colley Scholarship Fund provided by Theta Chi Fraternity
The award is presented annually by the Grand Chapter to the undergraduate member who best demonstrates distinguished service to alma mater, Fraternity, and chapter.
Sherwood and Janet Roberts Blue Memorial Scholarship provided by Theta Chi Fraternity
Blue Memorial Scholarships are given to graduate and undergraduate students who demonstrate scholastic aptitude and financial need. Recipients are selected by a committee of the Foundation Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, Inc.