The Triangle Education Foundation (TEF), through the generosity of alumni brothers and others, is able to award scholarships to deserving active members of Triangle Fraternity who excel in the areas of academics, Chapter leadership and campus/community involvement. Over 20 scholarships are awarded annually to Triangles who will be undergraduates in the year following the award.
As detailed below, individual scholarships have varying eligibility requirements as established by their donors; however, the following guidelines apply to all five scholarships. Applicants shall:
- Be active members of Triangle Fraternity enrolled in a course of study leading to a degree and shall be initiated undergraduates in the school year following their application.
- Have completed at least two full academic years of school as of the time of award, which is generally the summer after application.
- Have maintained, as of time of application, at least a 3.0/4.0 GPA (except those notated below).
- Demonstrate financial need and be able to demonstrate that within the restrictions of his present course of study he is now making a personal effort to earn part of the cost of his education.
- Demonstrate appropriate social skills, by active involvement with his chapter, on his campus and in the community.
The James Rust Scholarship
Awarded annually based on a combination of need, grades, and participation in campus and Triangle Activities. All other things being equal, preference is given to applicants in the core engineering disciplines or "hard" sciences.
The Mortin Scholarship
Awarded annually based on a combination of need, grades, and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
The Sevcik Scholarship
Consists of one award annually based on need, preference for an Ohio State student, and preference for an Engineering student and or minority student.
The Kapadia Scholarship
This award is given to an undergraduate or graduate Triangle in good standing, with preference to engineering majors, non-US citizens, members of the Zoroastrian religion, Michigan State student.
The Peter and Barbara Bye Scholarship
Awarded annually based on a combination of need and grades (Minimum of 2.7/4.0). All other things being equal, preference is given to applicants from the Cornell University Triangle chapter (Should it be recolonized).
Pierce E. Healey Memorial Scholarship
Awarded annually based on grades, chapter, campus, and civic participation.
James Marshall pur65 Triangle Volunteers Scholarship
Established in recognition of Brother Marshall's own contributions and the many other volunteers that have and continue to so unselfishly give of their time and effort to support Triangle. Awarded annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
Kevin Robertson marq92 Triangle Presidents Scholarship
Established in recognition of Brother Robertson's own contributions and the many other Triangle Presidents that have and continue to so unselfishly give of their time and effort to support Triangle. Awarded annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
The Fogleson Family Minority Student Scholarship
The Foglesong family values diversity in the fields of engineering, architecture and science. As such they have endowed a scholarship to be awarded each year to a deserving student from an under represented population majoring in engineering, architecture and science. Qualified applicants will be members of Triangle Fraternity in good standing who are members of underrepresented populations in the fields of engineering, architecture or science, show academic success with a minimum GPA of 2.7/4.0, have a track record of service to the chapter and local community and demonstrate financial need.
Jeffrey D. McClelland nu77 Memorial Scholarship
Established by Jeff's wife and sons to memorialize Jeff's dedication and appreciate of his Triangle Fraternity experience. The yearly scholarship will make one award a year to a Triangle who shows financial need, demonstrates social skills, and has a minimum GPA of 2.7/4.0.
The Purdue Class of 1958 Scholarship
Consists of one award annually based on need, and display of social skills, preference to a Purdue student.
Louise & Bill Schmitt pur61 Scholarship
Consists of one award annually based on community involvement. Minimum GPA of 2.7/4.0. Preference is given to members from the Purdue chapter and Chemical Engineering majors.
The John Sonnenburg Scholarship
Endowed through the generosity of John Sonnenburg pur73. This annual scholarship has a preference for a Purdue chapter member, but is open to all. Award is based on financial need in a qualified Triangle area of study and the recipient must have a minimum 2.7/4.0 GPA.
The Edward and Isabell Larson Memorial Fellowship for Graduate Study
One award annually, to a Triangle pursuing a master's or doctoral program in engineering.View Scholarship
Awards Available: 20