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Kappa Phi Epsilon Admiral Scholarship


August 24, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • We are the Alpha Chapter of Kappa Phi Epsilon at the University of Florida. The Admiral is the highest rank in the Navy and serves as the official mascot of Kappa Phi Epsilon. The Admiral serves as a symbol for hard work, dedication, and leadership. We hold each of our brothers to the highest standard in pursuing these qualities in their academic performance, their service to others, their leadership in every environment, and their active and faithful trust in God. Excellence in academics, service, leadership, and faith are ideals that Kappa Phi Epsilon holds above all else. The Admiral Scholarship was created and designed to honor incoming freshmen that represent these ideals and use their gifts to glorify God. This scholarship is open to all incoming male freshman admitted to the coming academic year at the University of Florida. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1002 w university ave
  • Gainesville , FL 32601
  • admiralscholarship@kappaphiepsilon.org
  • 727-422-5167

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