All Grant and Scholarship amounts are subject to change annually.
The Alpha Chi Rho Educational Foundation offers student loans, scholarships, and grants for Chapter specific projects:
April 1st is the deadline for all completed Scholarship applications.
PAUL K. ADDAMS, RICHARD V. OLSON, JAMES MCFADDEN, JOHN C. ENK & DONALD F. JONES SCHOLARSHIPS
Competitive grants of $4,000, $3,000, and $2,000 are granted to undergraduate juniors and seniors.
JAMES W. RAPPAPORT, FRED SANFILIPPO SCHOLARSHIPS
UPENN (Phi Phi) Brothers only. Competitive scholarships are granted to full-time students of the University of Pennsylvania.
COLIN “THE GRUDGE” ROCHESTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
New York Institute of Technology (Eta Chi Phi) Brothers only. Competitive scholarships are granted to full-time students of the New York Institute of Technology.
ROBERT B. STEWART UNDERGRADUATE MAN OF THE YEAR
This is a $1,500 Scholarship. Each chapter is permitted only one nomination. It is due to National Headquarters by April 1st of each year.
This is a $1,500 scholarship. Each chapter is permitted only one nomination. It is due to National Headquarters by April 1st of each year. You are not required to use this format. You may submit an application using the questions below as guidelines. We encourage you to take your time, write well and include as much information as possible. If for some reason you cannot subit the form online or upload a file, you can send the application to AXPEF – R.B. Stewart Award, 109 Oxford Way, Neptune, NJ 07753.
1. As a scholar, he has accomplished the following?
2. His contributions to our college have included?
3. His service to our community has consisted of?
4. His contributions to our Fraternity are?
5. He has exemplified Brotherhood by?
Remember, this Brother should be in good standing with both his Chapter and the National Fraternity
CHARLES W. COUGHLAN SCHOLARSHIP
One competitive grant of $500 is given to a newly initiated Brother who has achieved the highest academic average for the year. It is due to the National Headquarters by April 1st of each year.
“CURLY” WALDEN, F. PRESCOTT HAMMOND, STANLEY G. BEDFORD & DONALD F. JONES SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships of $3,000 & $1,000 are granted to full-time students attending graduate school.
Full-time Seniors and Juniors with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent where a different grading system is used, may borrow up to $3,500. When funds permit, the committee may consider exceptions to the 2.8 GPA requirement if:
- The applicant demonstrates an extraordinary or emergent need for financial assistance
- The applicant has demonstrated steady academic improvement and has achieved a 2.8 GPA or better in each of his last two semesters
On a matching basis, the Foundation will reimburse any Resident Chapter meeting certain requirements. Cost must be directly associated with the establishment or improvement of a Chapter’s library facilities. Upon proper documentation, the Chapter can apply for reimbursement up to $500 per calendar year.
When a Chapter’s grade point average (GPA) exceeds the All Men’s GPA for an academic year, the college library will be presented with a check for $100; for two consecutive years, a check for $200; for three or more consecutive years, a check for $300.
On an annual basis, up to $500 will be paid to those Resident Chapters that program and operate plans of assistance in education to their communities. Payment is made for expenses incurred by the Chapter after proper certification is made to the Foundation by the National Office.
The Educational Foundation will pay for speakers sponsored by the Chapter to address educational issues on the college campus. There is a $500 annual limit per Chapter. For information on this program, contact the Educational Foundation Office.
Honor Society Grants
Initiation fees in college educational honor societies will be awarded. A copy of proof of payment must be submitted to the Educational Foundation office, along with documentation from the honor society verifying initiation. Postulants can receive reimbursement for Honor Society Dues, and the reimbursement can be used to offset payment on the individual’s National Initiation Fee.