Phi Gamma Delta of Michigan Foundation

The Phi Gamma Delta of Michigan Foundation (“Educational Foundation”) serves as the non-profit organization to support the educational needs of the Chapter. ¬†Contributions are tax deductible under the provisions of 501(c)3 of the tax code.

Phi Gamma Delta holds academics to be a key priority for all brothers. Last winter the Alpha Phi colony placed second in GPA among all fraternities; and in the fall of ’02, the Alpha Phi colony held the highest fraternity GPA on campus, a strong 3.364 (1/29 fraternities). To place a strong emphasis on knowledge and academics, Fiji International provides numerous scholarship opportunities. The AAA scholarship awards 250 dollars to any initiated brother who earns a 3.0 or higher during his pledge semester. The following, taken from www.phigam.org, is a brief summary of several scholarships given by the Phi Gamma Delta Educational Foundation.

Academic Achievement Awards:
(click here for application)

The Foundation is excited to announce our largest scholarship endeavor — Academic Achievement Awards (AAA) for newly initiated members of Phi Gamma Delta. For the last 50 years, the Phi Gamma Delta Educational Foundation has supported the educational and academic programs of the Fraternity’s members. Recognizing that undergraduate members need a healthy academic environment for their scholastic aspirations, the Foundation Board of Directors wants to make the greatest impact possible upon the academic careers of the members of Phi Gamma Delta.

– AAA Benefits
To encourage undergraduates to begin their academic careers with positive GPAs
To improve the scholastic success of individual Fraternity members
To enhance the academic environment of Chapters
To build solid future leaders

-Individual Requirements
Applicant must be an initiated member of your chapter/colony.
Applicant must have earned and can verify a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 GPA scale during his pledging semester. (see grade verification below)
Applicant must complete and send to the Foundation the Academic Achievement Awards (AAA) Application and grade verification.

General Scholarships and Fellowships

Each year, the Phi Gamma Delta Educational Foundation receives gifts from Brothers who wish to help their undergraduate and graduate Brothers with educational pursuits. The Foundation receives these gifts from graduates and asks for applications from Phi Gamma Delta’s best and most deserving . Scholarships and fellowships generally are $1,000 each and are awarded on the basis of scholarship, leadership, citizenship and need for financial assistance. Significant emphasis is assigned to financial need. Scholarships are available for undergraduate Brothers of Phi Gamma Delta with a cumulative 3.0 GPA, planning to attend a fully accredited institution as a full-time student during the entire 2000-01 academic year. Fellowships are open to members of Phi Gamma Delta for graduate study at fully accredited institutions.

Since 1947, the Educational Foundation has been distributing awards to alleviate expenses associated with undergraduate studies and graduate school. Each year, approximately $125,000 is distributed to Brothers as either scholarships for undergraduates or fellowships for graduate students. All awards have requirements that must be met for eligibility.

You may make tax deductible contributions to help support the educational purposes of the Chapter (EIN 31-1807203) by mailing contributions online to https://707oxford.mycafecommerce.com/product/contributions

or mailing your contribution to:

Kelley Rea
1228 N. Silo Ridge Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108