John Wayne, USC 1929
Sigma Chi is a fraternity of men dedicated to the ideals of Friendship, Justice, and Learning. We are returning to our home in the Spring of 2016. We are seeking outstanding young men – leaders – to serve that initiative and be the men to bring that chapter to life. Through the generosity of a farsighted alumnus, Brother Jack Anderson ’48, we have established a scholarship fund through the University to support building a chapter in service to those ideals.
We are seeking to identify and encourage leaders – those men with ambitious purposes, men of honor and good character, and strong students, men who seek to pledge their service to a calling larger than themselves. Leaders in word in action.
If you are seeking a fraternity experience above and beyond the ordinary, with deeper meaning than just a series of social gatherings; if you have what it takes to be a leader, or already are one, we encourage you to apply for a scholarship without delay.
We are offering up to $25,000 in total scholarships, from $1,000 to 2,500 for an individual.
Deadline for submission is Nov. 15, 2015.
The application process consists of online application, which include one short (250 word) essay component, and a short interview, which are expected to be completed by the end of November or early December.
Applying for or winning a scholarship does NOT mean that you must rush or choose to pledge Sigma Chi.
Alpha Chapter of Sigma Chi – Community Leadership Scholarship Application
The men of Sigma Chi are pleased to offer $25,000 worth of scholarships to unaffiliated undergraduate male students at Miami University. The selection process will include a formal application submitted online, essay, and short in-person interview. Applying for or winning a scholarship does not mean you must rush or pledge Sigma Chi. Application deadline is November 15, 2015. Interviews are scheduled to take place in late November / early December 2015.
Scholarship Application Categories:
- 1) Name
- 2) Oxford Address / Email / Phone
- 3) High School name & location
- 4) GPA (4.0 scale); High School if first-year, current Miami GPA otherwise
- 5) Current Major
- 6) SAT/ACT Scores
- 7) High School Leadership Roles
- 8) Current Leadership Roles
- 9) Future Leadership Aspirations
- 10) Activities/Hobbies
- 11) Awards/Recognitions/Scholarships
- 12) Community Service Experience
- 13) Relatives with Greek Affiliations
- 14) Essay Component: What unique qualities and activities distinguish you as a leader, student and man of good character? (250 words or less)