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Alpha Chi Omega (Chapter House) Fund
The Alpha Chi Omega Chapter House Fund was established for the sole purpose of attending to Alpha Chi Omega's goal of providing financial support needed to maintain and enhance the Alpha Chi Omega House.
The Alpha Phi Alpha - Iota Zeta Chapter Scholarship provides annual scholarships to members and of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity at the University of Maryland, who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence.
Alpha Sigma Phi-UMD Chapter House #9 Fraternity Row
The Alpha Sigma Phi-UMD Chapter House Fund was established for the purpose of attending to Alpha Sigma Phi's goal of providing the financial support needed to maintain and enhance the Alpha Sigma Phi House.
The Beta Theta Pi - Delta Omega Scholarship Fund provides annual scholarships to members of the Beta Theta Pi Fraternity at the University of Maryland, who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. Gifts in support of this fund will support the current use scholarship fund until the minimum threshold required to convert this fund to endowment is reached.
Different is good. Fraternities and sororities are unique in how they help traditional-aged students develop identify and clarify personal values. In order for our members to become the next generation of society’s leaders, they must acquire the knowledge, experience, and cultural competencies necessary to succeed in a multicultural society. We believe there is no better place to hone those skills than in a fraternity and sorority. The Diversity and Inclusion Fund (D&IF) supports academic, chapter-specific, and community wide programs and support staff that help chapters focus on fostering a more diverse and inclusive community.
Scholastic achievement and academic success are principle values of every fraternity and sorority at the University of Maryland. Yet some students are unable to afford to join because they cannot meet the financial requirements of being a student and joining a Greek-letter organization. The Fraternity and Sorority Scholarship Fund (FSSF) provides any student on campus the opportunity to join a fraternity or sorority and meet the financial needs of college.
DFSL Sexual Assault Prevention and Bystander Intervention Fund
Sexual Assault remains a national problem on college campuses. As campus leaders, members of fraternities and sororities have a duty to lead the movement in making campuses and chapters safer. The Sexual Assault Prevention Fund (SAPF) supports sexual assault prevention support staff and programs such as the Ten Man Plan / Ten Woman Plan – a well-established and nationally recognized program that focuses on changing the culture within our chapters so that all members act on their personal responsibility to prevent sexual assault.
The Daniel M. Zolotorofe Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2012 by the family of the late Dan Zolotorofe, a University Junior who died tragically due to complications from Type 1 Diabetes in November 2011. In order to preserve Dan's memory, one $500 scholarship will be awarded annually to a full-time University of Maryland undergraduate student who is an active member of the UMD Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. The scholarship may be used to help cover tuition, room, board or textbooks.
The Divine Nine Assistance Fund has been established to support emergency financial need (tuition, room and board, books, etc.) to undergraduate members of the UMCP chapters of the nine historically Black Greek letter organizations that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council, which are referred to as "The Divine Nine." The Divine Nine Assistance Fund is established by the alumni members of the Divine Nine organizations in recognition of their shared values and their association with the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc.
Spendable income from the Gamma Psi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma Scholarship provides scholarship support for at least two undergraduate students annually who demonstrate academic merit, strong leadership qualities, community service, good citizenship, and financial need.
The Greek Centennial Fund was established in 2013 to honor 100th year celebration of Greek Life on the University of Maryland campus. The Greek Centennial Fund assists the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life in providing leadership programs and services to members of the Greek Community. Through this fund we are able to help members of the Greek Community enhance their student experience and prepare to serve as the nation’s leaders.
John K. Bennett Memorial Scholarship - Kappa Alpa Order
The John K. Bennett Memorial Scholarship was established in 1967 in memory of John King Bennett, a former student in the College of Business and Public Administration. Scholarships will be awarded to full-time University of Maryland undergraduate students who are active members of the Beta Kappa Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order.
The Kappa Alpha Psi Lucian Brown Scholarship was established to provide annual scholarship awards to undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Maryland. The scholarship, which rewards academic excellence and address financial need, commemorates the life of U.S. Army Captain Lucian Brown, the Dean of Pledges of the 1st pledge line at the University of Maryland.
In November 2013, Michael Luzio ’98 and Danielle Luzio ’98 established an endowed fund to support fraternity and sorority leadership development programs in the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life in the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Maryland.
The Phi Kappa Tau Terrapin Scholarship provides annual scholarships to members and associate members of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity at the University of Maryland, who demonstrate financial need and academic excellence.
The "Six Columns" Fund was established for the sole purpose of attending to Phi Sigma Kappa's goal of providing financial support needed to maintain a UMD fraternity house on Fraternity Row, the traditional home of the Eta Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa.
The Phi Sigma Kappa Scholarship was established by alumni of Phi Sigma Kappa Eta Chapter to promote leadership, scholarship, service, and social responsibility. As the first fraternity established at Maryland, the men of Phi Sigma Kappa continue to dedicate themselves to tradition and excellence.
Through the establishment and cultivation of relationships with friends, parents, alumni, foundations and corporations, we work to create shared interests with an ultimate goal of philanthropic support for Division-wide and departmental priorities.
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