Student Organizations

Scholarships


National Scholarships

Phi Eta Sigma awards more than $300,000 in national scholarships annually. Members of Phi Eta Sigma with a minimum of a 3.5 GPA and full-time enrollment in college are eligible for national scholarships ranging in amounts from $1,000 - $10,000.  Applications become available in January and are distributed to PES members by the chapter adviser and/or officers.  For more information about national scholarships and to access the application, visit the National Scholarship page.

National Scholarship Winners:

2009 – Kristi Mendenhall awarded $1,000
2010 – Rachel Helmke awarded $1,000
2011 – Parker Rayl awarded $6,000
2011 – Christopher Meyers awarded $1,000
2012 – Allie Richmeier awarded $1,000
2012 – Jeni Kemnitz awarded $1,000
2013 – William Trieb awarded $1,000
2014 – Brent Weaver awarded $6,000

 

Chapter Scholarships

The K-State Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma recently established a scholarship endowment with the K-State Foundation.  Interest earned from the endowment is used to award chapter scholarships.  The amount available to award depends entirely upon the performance of endowed account.  Typically, the chapter is able to award between $500 and $1,000 in scholarships each year. For more information about chapter scholarships and to access the application, visit the Chapter Scholarship page.

K-State Chapter Scholarship Winners:

2010 – Kristi Mendenhall awarded $250
2010 – Ashley Clark awarded $250
2010 – Antoinette Cutler awarded $125
2011 – Rachel Helmke awarded $350
2011 – Parker Rayl awarded $350
2011 – Jeni Kemnitz awarded $350
2012 – Cheyanne Alvarado awarded $250
2012 – Holly Schuessler awarded $150
2014 – Ronnie Sullivan awarded $200
2014 – Brook Morris awarded $200
2014 – Abby Meyer awarded $100