Each year the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation provides more than $100,000 in direct student aid to Pi Kappa Phi brothers around the country. These scholarships are awarded through a variety of programs.
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Pi Kapp Scholars

The fraternity's longest-running scholarship program which recognizes outstanding student leaders across the nation every spring.

David D. Morgan Extra Mile National Scholars Program

Each fall, the David D. Morgan “Extra Mile” National Scholars Program recognizes students who not only apply themselves in the classroom but also in life by going the “extra mile” in all they do.

Durward W. Owen International Scholars Award

This program helps support students participating in study abroad programs, focusing on providing financial support to those who may not otherwise have the chance to participate.

Outstanding Associate Chapter Member Award

The Outstanding Associate Chapter Member Award, given every spring, is designed to recognize and motivate members of associate chapters who show a strong commitment to academic excellence.

McCollum Scholarship

The Otis R. McCollum Memorial Scholarship is given every fall to an initiated member of a chartered chapter in the state of North Carolina.

Winkelmann Scholarship

The Craig A. Winkelmann Health Professions Scholarship is given every spring to a graduating senior or first-year graduate student studying medicine (or planning to study) in the following fields: dentistry, osteopathic medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and general medicine.

Durrell Scholarship

The Dr. William Sandford Durrell Scholarship for Excellence in Chemistry is given every fall to a rising junior, senior or graduate student studying chemistry.

Cornelius Scholarship

The Cornelius Scholarship for First-Generation Students is given every spring to an initiated Pi Kapp who is the first generation in his family to attend college.

Chapter Specific Scholarships

Each year, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation provides scholarships to members of various chapters.

These educational grants are made possible through restricted funds that are earmarked for the purpose of providing direct student aid to Pi Kappa Phi students that are members of these particular undergraduate chapters:

Alpha Alpha (Mercer)
Alpha Delta (Washington)
Delta Beta (North Georgia)
Epsilon Upsilon (Georgia College)
Theta Theta (Iowa)