Scholarship information and applications

Applications for 2021-’22 Psi Upsilon Foundation scholarship grants will open
November 1, 2020

2021-’22 Merit Scholarship
Online Application

2021-’22 Need Based Scholarship
Online Application

2021-’22 Graduate Merit Scholarship Program

The 2021-’22 application process will close in February 2021

The Psi Upsilon Graduate Student Scholarship Program

The new program targets a range of graduate studies from masters to doctorates in research and other professional degrees. The scholarship committee will review the applications with an emphasis towards the candidate’s commitment to the values of the Fraternity.

Graduate members of Psi Upsilon Fraternity who demonstrate the highest commitment to moral, intellectual, and social excellence as well as a promise and to make a   distinctive contribution in their chosen field are invited to apply for a one-year Graduate Student Scholarship.

The chosen candidates to be awarded will be ones that demonstrate promise of continued significant contributions which are likely to reflect creativity, originality and initiative and will mark the candidate as a leading and influential figure within their fields of endeavor. A significant factor will be how the candidate’s graduate training is relevant to their long-term career goals and is of potential value in enhancing their future creativity and accomplishment. The scholarship will be in the range of $2,500 for the year.

2020-’21 Awarded Recipient(s) will be announced in May of 2020

Named Graduate Scholarship Awards

Lewis Finkelstein, Omicron ’85 – preference to Graduate Studies – unrestricted

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Named Scholarship Awards

J. Russell McShane, Delta ’32 Award – preference to a Delta undergraduate

Francis C. Hardie, Omicron-Zeta ’18 Awards (2) – unrestricted

Robert W. Parsons, Xi ’22 Award – unrestricted

Gardner A. Callanen, Psi ’29 Award – preference to a Psi undergraduate

Earl D. Babst, Iota-Phi ’93 Awards (2) – unrestricted

Albert C. Jacobs, Phi ’21 Award – unrestricted

R. DeWitt Wallace, Epsilon ’14 Award – unrestricted

Robert W. Morey, Pi ’20 Award – unrestricted

Benjamin T. Burton, Chi ’21 Awards (2) – unrestricted

Jerome W. Brush, Jr., Delta Delta ’39 Award – unrestricted

Gregg E. Rohlin, Phi ’83 Award – to a Phi undergraduate

R. Timothy Leedy, Phi ’57 Award – unrestricted

Curtis J. Rettke, Eta ’84 Award – preference to an Eta undergraduate

William P. King, Omicron ’73 Award – preference to an Omicron undergraduate

Salvatore L. Biardo, Omicron ’04 Award – to an Omicron undergraduate

Paul D. Friday, Theta Theta ’26 Award – unrestricted

Michael D. Oberg, Theta Theta ’88 Award – preference to a Theta Theta undergraduate

Eric W. Didul, Phi Beta ’90 Award – preference to a Phi Beta undergraduate

Delta Delta of Williams College Award(s) – to one or more sons or daughters of Delta Delta alumni attending Williams College

Henry B. Poor, Gamma ’39 Award – unrestricted

Jonathan E. Persky, Omega ’85 Award – preference to an Omega undergraduate

All awards use the same application process.  Use the links above to apply for a merit based ($1,000) or need based (>$1,000) grant.

For additional information or questions concerning the application or the application process, contact The Psi Upsilon Foundation