Kappa Alpha Order, a national men’s collegiate fraternity, was founded in 1865 at what is now Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA. Kappa Alpha Order is founded upon the ideals of honor, excellence, and chivalry. These principles continue to be seen in the actions and activities of our men even today. At any one of Kappa Alpha’s 132 active chapters throughout the United States, our members are known as gentlemen and leaders among men. The men of the Austin Peay State University chapter of Kappa Alpha Order are proud to offer this scholarship to a future APSU Governor.
Purpose: To identify male high school seniors who possess a strong desire for academic excellence, leadership positions in student organizations, and plan on attending Austin Peay State University in the fall semester as a full time student.
Reward: One or more individuals selected from the pool of qualified applicants will be awarded scholarships for financial assistance during the 2016-17 academic year up to $500.00.
Qualifications: Interested candidates must meet the following criteria to qualify for this award:
- Graduating high school senior with a GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.00 scale;
- Have held a leadership position in a student or service organization within the last two years;
- Have applied and been admitted to Austin Peay State University;
- It is recommended to have at least one letter of recommendation from a high school teacher or service organization leader accompanied with the application; however, it is not required.
*Letter of recommendation and application must be submitted by July 31, 2017.