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Sigma Nu Fraternity Undergraduate Scholarship Fund

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About Sigma Nu

Since our founding on January 1, 1869, at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., Sigma Nu Fraternity has been a pioneer in the fraternal world. Originally founded and known to this day as The Legion of Honor, Sigma Nu is the only social fraternity in existence founded in firm opposition of hazing and based on the principle of Honor. Sigma Nu is the first general college fraternity to offer risk reduction policies and a comprehensive membership education program, remaining committed to both our mission and vision for over 140 years.

Love, Honor, Truth

To develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of Love, Honor and Truth.
To foster the personal growth of each man’s mind, heart and character.
To perpetuate lifelong friendships and commitment to the Fraternity.

Excelling with Honor

About The Fund

The Sigma Nu Undergraduate Scholarship Fund provides annual scholarships for undergraduate students at the University of Maryland. Preference will be given to active members of Sigma Nu fraternity who have demonstrated a history of community service.

How to Apply

Undergraduate members and associate members of Sigma Nu at the University of Maryland are eligible to apply for the Sigma Nu Undergraduate Scholarship.

Preference will be given to active members of Sigma Nu fraternity who have demonstrated a history of community service.

For questions about the application process, please contact


* Must be a brother of the Delta Phi chapter of Sigma Nu
* Must maintain a GPA of AT LEAST 3.2
* Must have some significant involvement outside of the fraternity

- Other organization
Holds a leadership position OR has been a member for 2 or more years

- Community service
Commits to a minimum of 8 hours per month


»»» Application link

Please make sure that the department selected is the "Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life (DFSL)" and the selected scholarship is the "Sigma Nu Scholarship Fund" (they should be automatically selected for you)

Past Scholars

Portrait of Kyle Murphy

Kyle Murphy

2024 Scholar
Portrait of Thomas Norden

Thomas Norden

2023 Scholar
Portrait of Chase Ritter

Chase Ritter

2022 Scholar
Portrait of Dominic Owens

Dominic Owens

2021 Scholar
Portrait of Tyler Briones

Tyler Briones

2021 Scholar
Portrait of Alex Pitts

Alex Pitts

2021 Scholar
Portrait of Ryan Beggiato

Ryan Beggiato

2020 Scholar
Portrait of Julian Mis

Julian Mis

2018 Scholar
Portrait of Jesse Gerb

Jesse Gerb

2017 Scholar
Portrait of Corey Nadelbach

Corey Nadelbach

2016 Scholar
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