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Morehead State University's Greek Community offers a variety of scholarships to students for their academic excellence and involvement. Award amounts, applications and criteria vary. The following list is designed to inform students of the scholarships and their basic criteria.

All scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.

Glenn Buchanan Sigma Phi Epsilon Scholarship Endowment Fund – Scholarships for any freshman, with preference given to a male, who has been admitted to MSU, with preference given to applicants who show the best overall aptitude in the areas that Sigma Phi Epsilon holds in high regard: leadership, scholastics, community service and extracurricular activities. Recipients shall possess a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 upon graduation from high school.

Glenna Evans Campbell Delta Zeta Scholarship Fund – Awarded to an active member of Delta Zeta with a GPA. of at least 3.0. 

K. Martin Huffman SAE Memorial Scholarship Fund – Supports scholarships, preferably for a member of the SAE chapter, who is a senior, has demonstrated leadership qualities and zeal for the fraternity and has at least a 2.7 GPA on a cumulative basis.

Kappa Delta Scholarship Fund - Awarded to a student member of Kappa Delta.

Mabel Barber Delta Zeta Scholarship Fund - Awarded to an MSU senior who is an active member of Delta Zeta. 

Mary Jo Martin Netherton Chi Omega Scholarship Fund – Supports academic scholarships for MSU students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated leadership at MSU.

Matthew K. Ballard Scholarship Endowment - Recipients of the award shall be full-time students who are active members in good standing with the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Recipients must be sophomores or above and graduate students are eligible for the award. Recipients must be in good academic standing with the University. After one year without the award, former recipients may reapply.

Pi Kappa Alpha Scholarship - Scholarship awarded to a male freshman who has been unconditionally admitted to MSU and upholds the qualities that Pi Kappa Alpha stands for: Scholarship, Leadership, Athletics and being a true Gentleman. Recipients shall possess a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better upon graduation from high school and will be asked to complete a minimum of 500-word essay describing how they fit the qualities given.

Pi Kappa Phi Scholarship Fund – Supports scholarships for members who are full-time undergraduate students enrolled at MSU, with preference given to full-time active members of the Delta Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.

Theta Chi Academic Achievement Scholarship Endowment Fund – Supports scholarships to full-time undergraduate students enrolled at MSU, with preference given to full-time active members of the MSU chapter of the Theta Chi fraternity. 

For more information or to apply, contact the Office of Admissions toll-free at 800-585-6781

Contact Fraternity & Sorority Life

Amanda Maynard, Director of Student Activities

213 ADUC
Morehead, KY 40351

PHONE: 606-783-2668
FAX: 606-783-5023