Gadomski Triangle Scholarship
Annually, Christian Brothers University and Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity provide a number of Triangle Scholarship Awards for high school seniors who have applied and been accepted to CBU. Several additional scholarships are granted to current members of Tau Kappa Epsilon Pi-Epsilon Chapter who are outstanding members of the Chapter.
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.
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 planning the Chapter’s annual formal. 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 incoming students who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in all areas of involvement.
- Deadline: Applications must be received by February 28, 2021. Award decisions will be made in April.
- Awards: Awards can range from $1,000 to $5,000. Awards vary from year to year depending on the applicant pool and availability of funds. Triangle Scholarships are one-time awards applied toward CBU tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 school year.
- Registration: Apply online.
Past TKE President Sean Rowland Explains the Purpose of the Triangle Scholarship
Triangle Scholarship Recipient Anna Graziosi
Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded on January 10, 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois. The founders of TKE built an organization that would judge its members not for wealth, rank, or honor; but for personal worth and character. This motto is carried on by over 270 TKE chapters and colonies across the U.S. and Canada.
Over 35 years ago, The Pi-Epsilon Chapter of TKE was founded as the first social Greek organization at CBU. TKE strives to maintain the high standard of values that were first established in 1899. Members of TKE not only work within the fraternity system, but also serve in all aspects of campus and community involvement. Pi-Epsilon Chapter has been honored as a Top TKE Chapter, an honor only awarded to chapters that maintain a high level of excellence in all areas of collegiate achievement.
All awards are made possible through contributions to the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity-Gregory Raymond Gadomski Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund.