2019 Chapter Scholarship Announcement and Application
Deadline: March 31, 2019
Up To $5,000 Available
Annually Christian Brothers University and the Board of Advisors for the Pi-Epsilon Chapter of TKE provide a number of Chapter Scholarship Awards for current members of TKE at CBU. The awards are designed to encourage academic excellence, foster leadership skills and enhance the personal development of deserving students in pursuit of their college degrees. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity invites your application for consideration.
Gregory Raymond Gadomski Chapter Scholarship - Established by his father, Richard T. Gadomski, this award remembers Gregory Raymond Gadomski who was initiated as the 70th member of the Pi-Epsilon Chapter of TKE on November 20, 1982. As an undergraduate, Greg was an active member of his chapter, serving as a Big Brother to another member, serving on chapter committees, and serving as Red Carnation Ball chairman. Greg is remembered by those who knew him as “a kind soul and a good friend” and as being the type of person who was “never ever boring.” Greg was recognized by CBU as the recipient of the Distinguished Young Alumnus Award in 1995. This scholarship is given in memory of Greg’s love for TKE and CBU. It will recognize one or more current TKE members who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in all areas of chapter, campus, and community involvement.
Applications must be received by March 31, 2019, and award decisions will be announced in April.
Awards vary from year to year depending on the applicant pool and availability of funds. Awards can range from $250 to $5,000.
Chapter scholarships are one time awards applied toward CBU tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 school year.
Criteria: Applicants must be an active member of the Pi-Epsilon Chapter of TKE in good standing with the university, the chapter, and the International Headquarters. Applicants should have recognized leadership roles within his chapter, on campus, and in the community; be a participant in TKE educational training and development activities; and maintain a good academic record.
All awards are made possible through contributions to the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity-Gregory Raymond Gadomski Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund.