Delta Sigma Phi-Beta Beta Chapter
Men of Achievement Scholarship Information Packet
The Man of Achievement Scholarship Program seeks to accomplish the following goals:
1) Encourage incoming freshman students to pursue the highest levels of intellectual ability and community/campus service in the course of their undergraduate experience;
2) Recognize and reward individuals who have achieved excellence and balance in their academic and social pursuits; and,
3) Provide financial assistance to such individuals in their continued pursuit of a balanced and multi-faceted undergraduate education.
4) Recipients are not required to become a member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity.
Eligibility& Application Requirements
Applications will be accepted from high school graduating male students who meet the following criteria:
1) Graduating in the Spring of 2012.
2) Male Student attending the University of Missouri in the Fall of 2012.
3) Student has earned at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
A letter of recommendation submitted by a coach/employer/faculty member
Complete a personal interview (if selected as a finalist)
Submit an official high school transcript with an official ACT score.
Complete essay, academic and activity documents.
Applications must be typed (preferred) or printed legibly in black ink.
If a section does not apply, please indicate this by writing “DOES NOT APPLY.”
Awards and Selection of Recipients
Scholarships will be awarded in amount of $500. Two winners scholarships will be awarded The scholarships will be deposited directly into the recipient’s MyZou account. It is the recipient’s responsibility to submit his MyZou number by July 31, 2012 to Delta Sigma Phi with a completed and signed scholarship acceptance letter. A recipient is not required to join Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, however, he the scholarship offer is null and void if he chooses to join any recognized University of Missouri IFC Chapter.
A scholarship committee comprised of Delta Sigma Phi alumni will review and score applications. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of grade point average, community service, campus involvement, work experience and personal interview. The scholarships will attempt to reward students who have demonstrated a commitment to their community and pursued outside interests, while achieving academic success.
Every application will be anonymous to the scholarship committee members, so that the identity of the applicant is not evident. The applications will be evaluated on academic achievement, quality and quantity of experiences stated.
In person interviews will be conducted for all finalists. Phone interviews will only be granted to out of state and out state candidates. Finalists will be notified via email and sent a finalist interview packet.
Application deadline is April 30, 2012. Finalists will be notified the week of May 5th-10th, 2012. A finalist must be interviewed to be awarded a scholarship. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications completed in pencil or blue pen will not be accepted. All applications submitted electronically must be in MS Word “.doc” format.
Applications must be submitted by April 30, 2012 via:
Email Applications (in MS Word .doc format) to firstname.lastname@example.org
OR US Mail: James H. Yemm
President, Alumni Corporation Board
Delta Sigma Phi
P.O. Box 15177
St. Louis, MO 63110
For additional information or questions concerning the application or application process contact Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Beta Chapter at the following email address email@example.com.
Thank you for your interest in the Men of Achievement Scholarship.
James H Yemm Stephen Ball
President, Alumni Corporation Board President
Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Beta Chapter Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Beta Chapter
University of Missouri University of Missouri
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity-Beta Beta Chapter 805 Richmond Ave. Columbia, MO 65201