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Interfraternity Council – Scholarship
Description: The Interfraternity Council now offers 9 scholarships each worth $1,000 to members of IFC fraternities in good standing. The Interfraternity Council Scholarship Program is designed to recognize fraternity members who have made outstanding contributions to the greek community and to USC as a whole. The IFC Scholarship program is a new initiative resulting from a reallocation of funds for the purpose of acknowledging achievement and giving back to fraternity members. Although this is the program’s first year, the selection process proved extremely competitive and the nine winners are exceptional individuals who actively embody the ideals of their fraternity, the Interfraternity Council, and the University.
Click here to view profiles on our first scholarship recipients!
Delta Tau Delta - Scholarship
Description: To provide a $500 scholarship to four (4) outstanding male representatives from the class of 2015 who best demonstrate our founding values and fulfill the criteria below:
- Refer to application process below for requirements and supporting documents needed
- Delta Tau Delta seeks quality men who have demonstrated leadership, commitment to service, and academic excellence in the past, and look to further promote these values through involvement in Greek organizations.
- The scholarship contains financial aid in two pieces: the first, a $150 academic scholarship to selected students, and the second, a $350 leadership scholarship for any award winners that choose to become new members in Delta Tau Delta Fraternity in the Spring Semester of 2012.
- Finalists will be contacted and may be required to interview with the current Director of Academic Affairs.
Please send the following information in the body of an e-mail to USCDeltScholars@gmail.com
- Full name
- E-mail address
- Phone number
- Permanent Address
- Campus Residence (if applicable)
- Date of Birth
- High School GPA (4.0 scale)
- List of academic honors, awards, memberships etc. while in high school
- List community service activities, athletics, hobbies or other areas of interest or involvement
- Personal Essay: Why do you want to go Greek? (250-500 words)
Interfraternity Parents Council - Scholarship
Description: You must be a junior planning to graduate in May 2014, enrolled in a minimum of 12 units each semester and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Your fraternity must be a dues-paying member of the IFPC and your fraternity status must be “active”.
- Click on “Please click here to complete the 2013-2014 scholarship application”
- Next click on the box under “Alumnae Coordinating Council”
- Next click the box for “Interfraternity Parents Council”. (You may also click on any other organizations that you feel are appropriate). This will bring up most of the IFPC eligibility requirements (see above) and also the subjects we’d like you to address in Section 3 of the application, if applicable. PLEASE be sure to include the NAME OF YOUR FRATERNITY in Section 3.
Alpha Gamma Omega - Meritorious Scholarship
Description: Scholarship applicants will be evaluated on the basis of all the information provided. No category is more or less important than any other. Winners may be requested to provide verification of their academic performance during high school and their College enrollment.
Deadline: Higher priority given to applications submitted by June 30th but please still apply after the deadline.
Contact: Brandon See
Beta Theta Pi - Men of Principle Scholarship
Description: Beta Theta Pi offers scholarships of $1000 for non-Greek male students at the University of Southern California. The scholarship is intended for men who demonstrate devotion to academic achievement and a commitment to making both the university and community better places to live. Most importantly, it is for men who desire to develop skills that will help them become successful in college, but will also carry over to their professional and personal lives.
Application: Please email contact person
Deadline: January 1, 2010
Contact: Ross Nevdahl
Sigma Phi Epsilon - Balanced Man Scholarship
Description: The California Beta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon is giving out seven $1000 scholarships to incoming freshman males who exemplify the fraternity’s values of the Balanced Man. The scholarship seeks to reward those who excel in academics, athletics and extracurricular involvement and a committment to a sound mind and a sound body.
Phi Gamma Delta - White Star Scholarship
Description: Phi Gamma Delta is committed to promoting leadership and scholarship among its members. Phi Gamma Delta is offering the White Star Scholarship to support the higher education of quality men and aid in the development of strong leaders within the campus community. Applicants are not obligated in any way to join the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta or any other fraternal organization at USC, nor are winners selected based on their interest in Phi Gamma Delta. This opportunity is intended to assist qualified candidates in realizing their potential as university scholars. Scholarship(s) granted up to a total of $1000.
Kappa Alpha Order - Excellence in Academics Scholarship
Description: Our Southern California members of Kappa Alpha Order, for the past semester have achieved the highest overall Greek chapter GPA on USC’s campus. KA also known as the Order is dedicated to high academic performance and holding its members to the highest standard. The KA chapter at USC is proud to offer a $1,000 scholarship to a non-greek male student enrolling in the Fall 2010 semester. The scholarship will be award to an individual that portrays focus and drive when it comes to his studies. This man should embody Kappa Alpha Order’s motto, Excellence is Our Aim, while committing himself to honor, duty, fraternal values, extracurricular activities, and philanthropic work. Please reward yourself by filling out an application and continuing the mission of Kappa Alpha Order and the University.
IFC - Philanthropy Grant Program
Description: The IFC Philanthropy Grant is designed to contribute funds to Greek AND Non-Greek Organizations that could use a hand in funding philanthropic events.
- Philanthropy Fund provides funds for organizations to do hands-on community service and outreach.
- Applications must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the date funding is needed.
- Fraternities recognized through the Interfraternity Council are eligible for funding.
- Proposed events must focus on hands-on community service. Fundraisers will not be funded.
- Student organizations may only receive up to $200 throughout the semester, with the following exceptions:
- Items that will not be funded include reimbursements on alcoholic beverages, food, clothing, etc.
- Reimbursement is contingent upon the approval of the IFC Executive Board.
- Completed application.
- Must be typed. Hand-written applications will not be considered.
- Proposed budget
- Supplementary information may also be submitted as the more detail you provide, the easier it will be to process your application
Obligations of the Organization
- Designate Philanthropy Chair responsible for completing and turning in the application to the IFC VP of Philanthropy.
- After the application is received, the Philanthropy Chair is required to meet with the IFC VP of Philanthropy for an interview.
- If the proposal is approved the fraternity shall be is granted up to $200 to be received after the proposed event, contingent upon adherence to all aforementioned rules and stipulations.
- After the event is completed the philanthropy chair will give all receipts to the IFC VP of Philanthropy and the fraternity will be reimbursed up to $200.