Scholarship

Shelley Sutherland Scholarship 
Shelley Sutherland served as the Director of Greek Life Programs for sixteen years at the UO.
• Criteria: Applicants must exemplify the values of scholarship, leadership, and service
• Selection: 1 male and 1 female from the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes who are members of fraternities and sororities
• Distribution: Funds are divided evenly between fall and winter terms
• Amount: $1000 each
 
Phi Kappa Psi - Maurice O'Callaghan Scholarship
The origins of this scholarship date back to 1952 when Phi Kappa Psi member "Uncle Mo" set aside a spring calf from his family's Sagehorn Ranch herd in Surprise Valley, Modoc County, California. The calf was pastured for a year and sold at market. The proceeds from that sale were the initial funding for this scholarship.
• Criteria: Selection is based upon high school academics, personal character, and other like factors
• Selection: One incoming freshman interested in the fraternity and sorority community
• Distribution: Fall term
• Amount: $500
 
Sigma Nu - Upstanding Gentleman Scholarship
The Upstanding Gentleman Scholarship is awarded by the Gamma Zeta chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity.
• Criteria: Selection is based on the core values of Love, Honor and Truth
• Selection: One male student who is not a member of a fraternity and is of freshman or sophomore standing
• Distribution: Fall term
• Amount: $300.00
 
Phi Kappa Psi Scholarship
Phi Kappa Psi's Gentleman's Scholarship is awards o an incoming freshman male who exemplifies the values of Phi Kappa Psi, Scholarship, Responsibility, Involvement, Accountability, and Selfless Service. Prior affiliation with Phi Kappa Psi is not required.
Amount: $500.00
 
Phi Kappa Sigma Scholarship
The University of Oregon was home to Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity from 1948 to 1964. Since this time, dedicated alumni have preserved the chapter by honoring one outstanding member of the fraternity and sorority community each year.
• Criteria: Selection is based on academic excellence, leadership, and dedication to service. Consideration is given to applicants with a family connection to Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. A minimum 3.00 GPA is required
• Selection: 1 fraternity/sorority member in his/her junior year.
• Distribution: Funds are divided evenly between fall and winter terms
• Amount: $2500