Beta Sigma Psi Lutheran Scholarship
The alumni of Beta Sigma Psi, the national fraternity for Lutheran men, are pleased to offer its annual Beta Sigma Psi Scholarship for the upcoming fall semester. This $1,500 scholarship award will be given to a confirmed Lutheran freshman male beginning his college studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign campus.
Beta Sigma Psi was founded in 1925 at the University of Illinois as a fraternity dedicated to helping Lutheran college men grow spiritually, scholastically and socially. The alumni members of this fraternity offer this scholarship to provide assistance to other young men attending the University of Illinois. The recipient will be under no obligation to become a member of Beta Sigma Psi but he will receive information about our chapter.
The due date for the scholarship is February 15th. For more information or to request a scholarship application, please email Scholarship Director Tyler Mathews at UIUCscholarship@betasigmapsi.org or visit Beta Sigma Psi’s website. For a list of the scholarships offered by Beta Sigma Psi chapters throughout the nation, please visit our website.
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