Sigma Chi Scholarships & Awards

Sigma Chi is proud to offer an array of Scholarships and Awards for undergraduate members.

Undergraduate scholarships include:

1.General Leadership Grants - available to undergraduate brothers who have demonstrated outstanding character-in-action leadership on their campuses, in their communities, at work or in extraordinary personal situations.

2. McComas Scholarship - affords deserving undergraduate brothers from chapters firmly committed to our Fraternity’s mission and vision the opportunity to experience Balfour Leadership Training Workshop. Through a generous gift to the Sigma Chi Foundation by the 58th Grand Consul Murray McComas, Pennsylvania 1958, selected chapters will receive a $500 scholarship to assist financially with Workshop costs. The selection committee commends your chapter for its interest in the McComas Scholars Program and looks forward to reviewing your application and seeing you at Workshop.

3. Order of the Scroll - honors undergraduates who have been nominated by their chaptermates for the outstanding direction of the chapter’s educational program. Recipients have personally dedicated themselves to assisting brothers in their academic pursuits.

4. Ruhle Outstanding Scholars Award - This award draws its nominees from the roster of Order of the Scroll recipients and honors Sigma Chi's top undergraduate scholar. Order of the Scroll Award winners are automatically eligible for the Ruhle Award, so a separate application is not needed.

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