The Wysochansky Scholarship is awarded to a GSW student who is majoring in Chemistry or Nursing, with first consideration given to a member of the Chi Phi Fraternity. This scholarship honors the memory and legacy of Dr. William (Bill) J. Wysochansky, a beloved GSW chemistry professor that had amazing impact on GSW.
Completed at least 2 years of courses at GSW
Minimum 3.0 college GPA
Nursing or Chemistry Major
Brother Jon Arthur, a Chemistry Major at GSW, has received this scholarship for the 2018, 2019, and 2020 school years. Jon has served as chapter Eta in 2017, Beta in 2018, Delta in 2019, and Alpha in 2020.
Applications are evaluated by a volunteer panel made up of Chi Phi Alumni. Applications are scored on five categories:
Grade Point Average (30% of total score)
Chapter Leadership and Involvement (30% of total score)
Community Service (20% of total score)
Educational/Professional Aspirations (10% of total score)
Letter of Recommendation (10% of total score)
*Demonstration of need may be used in the event of a tie.
Applications for Undergraduates can be found here
Applications for Graduates can be found here
The deadline for applying is May 31, 2021.
For the 2019-2020 school year, our chapter had two recipients of national scholarships - Joseph Burrows and Tripp Larkey.
Joseph Burrows, a senior, is a math major. In his time, he has served as chapter Beta, Theta, and Iota. Joseph has also served as a resident assistant and an O'Team member.
Tripp Larkey, a junior, is a history major. In his time, he has served as chapter Beta, Epsilon, and is currently serving as chapter Zeta. He has also served as a member of the Zephyr team, and he has won Homecoming King and Mr. GSW in his time with the Chapter.
dELTA pI pROPERTIES sCHOLARSHIPS
Delta Pi Properties, on-behalf of our generous alumni, would like to begin issuing scholarships to our undergraduate or graduate members who go above and beyond to make our chapter the best it can be. We are looking to begin issuing our first scholarship within the next two years. The Chapter Excellence Fund we built over the past 20 years from our undergraduate members donating towards the Men of 1824 has allowed us to soon begin comfortably issuing scholarships. We are striving to build this Fund even more by our 25th anniversary in May of 2022 when we plan to announce the first scholarship on-behalf of our brothers that have passed on to chapter eternal. To assist in building this Chapter Excellence Fund please see below.
Delta Pi Chapter Excellence Fund
The Delta Pi Chapter Excellence Fund is a restricted fund established within the Chi Phi Educational Trust. It may only be spent to provide scholarships and educational support to members of the Delta Pi Chapter. Chapter Excellence Funds vary from chapter to chapter and from one year to the next, but each serves to enhance the educational opportunities available to Chi Phi members. Many chapters provide academic scholarships specifically for their chapters while others may choose to use the funds for other important purposes, such as upkeep of a computer lab or library. Every active Chi Phi chapter has a Chapter Excellence Fund. The Delta Pi Chapter excellence funds exists solely to provide academic scholarships to active members of the Chapter. The fund reached maturity in 2015 and the inaugural award will be made during the 2022-2023 academic year. Any donations to a Chapter Excellence Fund is tax deductible.
To donate to the Delta Pi Chapter Excellence Fund, click here. To discuss strategies for increasing our chapter's CEF, please contact Chi Phi's Director of Development, Laura Landry at 800.849.1824 or email@example.com.
I believe in the future of the Chi Phi Fraternity because I believe in myself. When I put forth my best effort and combine that with the strength of my Brothers, we can achieve the victory of continual existence.
As long as the Almighty permits, I will strive to better myself through the teachings of my Fraternity.
Being a more aware citizen, a more able person, and a stronger Chi Phi shall be my reward.