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Beta Omicron of Sigma Chi Scholarship

This scholarship is open to all incoming male freshman who enroll as full time students at Iowa State University in the Fall of 2014 who indicate interest in fraternity membership. Sigma Chi Fraternity at Iowa State University will award a $1500 Scholarship to an incoming freshman in September 2014. If you are a male student, currently a High School Senior, and plan to attend Iowa State University in the Fall of 2014 you are eligible to apply for this scholarship.


Selection is made on the basis of demonstrated academic excellence and leadership. A commitment to pledge Sigma Chi is not required, but highly encouraged.

Award winners will be notified by September 15th, 2014 and ceremonially announced at the Fall Scholarship & Awards Banquet during Family Weekend 2014. The scholarships are funded from annual interest earned by the Beta Omicron of Sigma Chi Endowed Scholarship Fund managed by the Iowa State Foundation and will be distributed to the winner via tuition credits in the Spring semester of 2015.

Online Applications are due by August 1st, 2014.

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