National Scholarships

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation helps to further the mission of the Fraternity by encouraging academic excellence, leadership, and community involvment.  To support and advance the education of undergraduate and gradute men, the Foundation has established national scholarship funds with the financial support of generous alumni.

The Foundation welcomes donations to create new scholarships or donations designated for existing scholarship funds.  Supporters interested in furthering the impact of our scholarship program are encouraged to designate gifts of support to the Trustees Award for Scholarship and Service.  New scholarship funds can be created with a minimum $25,000 donation.  To learn more about our scholarship programan and opportunities available contact foundation@sae.net.

Our National Scholarships and their Supporters

The national scholarships awarded by the SAE Foundation recognize excellence in undergraduate and graduate men.  The founders of these scholarships reflect a wide range of professions, skills, and fraternity  involvment.  They all felt a strong connection to SAE and chose to leave a legacy that benefits students today and for generations to come.


Applications for 2017 will be available January 17, 2017. Click here to learn more and apply.

 

Ivan Allen Jr. Leadership Award  Established in memory of Brother Ivan Allen Jr. (Georgia Tech ’33), this award was created by Atlanta-area brothers. The award is given to the brother whose leadership in the chapter and community demonstrates the spirit of Allen, a former Atlanta mayor.

Fred Archibald Leadership Award  Established in memory of Brothers Fred J. Archibald (Cornell ’45) and his father, Fred I. Archibald (Nebraska ’14), this award recognizes brothers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their chapter, community and school.  

Charles Collins Award  Established in memory of Brother Charles F. Collins (Boston ’12), this award recognizes brothers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service in the Fraternity, on the campus and in the community.  

Thomas W. Devine Volunteer Leadership Scholarship  Established in recognition of Brother Thomas W. Devine’s (Minnesota ’74) volunteer efforts on behalf of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, this scholarship recognizes brothers who have demonstrated a positive influence in the field of risk management.  

W. Emil Forman Award  Established in memory of Brother W. Emil Forman (Pennsylvania ’29), this award recognizes brothers who have shown extraordinary commitment to their community and fellow man as demonstrated by community service work.  

Richard Generelly Leadership Award  Established in memory of past ESA Richard Generelly (George Washington ’47), this award recognizes brothers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their chapter, community and school.  

Frank C. Ginocchio Professional Staff Leadership Scholarship  Established in recognition of Brother Frank C. Ginocchio’s (Northwestern ’66) leadership while serving on the Sigma Alpha Epsilon staff, this scholarship recognizes brothers who have demonstrated a positive influence in the field of risk management.  

G. Robert Hamrdla Award  Past Eminent Supreme Recorder Bob Hamrdla (Stanford ’60) established this award for a brother in any major with transcripts that reflect considerable study of 19th and 20th century history. Applicants with interest in modern German history or the two World Wars will receive preferred consideration.  

Jones-Laurence Award  Established in memory of past Eminent Supreme Archon Walter B. Jones (Auburn ’10) and Philip J. Laurence (Minnesota ’15), the award is given to the brothers who display the most outstanding academic achievement.  

Joseph Mancini Leadership Award  Established in memory of past ESA Joseph Mancini (Cincinnati ’35), this award recognizes brothers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their chapter, community and school.  

Merit Key Society Leadership School Scholarship Fund  In 2007, The Merit Key Society Leadership School Scholarship Fund was established by members of the Merit Key Society to provide tuition scholarships to the John O. Moseley Leadership School.  

Warren Paul Poslusny Award for Outstanding Achievement Past Honorary Eminent Supreme Archon and former Foundation Trustee Warren Paul "Pos" Poslusny (Kettering ’69) established this award to recognize brothers who have demonstrated an enthusiastic commitment to the highest ideals expressed in “The True Gentleman” including exceptional personal integrity while leading chapter and campus activities, coupled with notable philanthropic service and scholastic achievement.

Dr. Charles A. Preuss Medical Award  Established in memory of Brother Dr. Charles A. Preuss (Idaho ’24), this award recognizes brothers attending or planning to attend medical school, or enrolled in a course of study related to medicine and who have demonstrated service to their community and fellow man.  

Trustees Award for Scholarship and Service  This award recognizes brothers who demonstrate quality involvement in campus and chapter leadership positions, particularly the measure of his contribution to the education of his chapter brothers.

 

 

 
 

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