Alpha Chi Sigma Scholar Award
Award honoring a student each year that excels academically. The award includes a $1,000 prize. The nomination deadline is March 1.
Beta Eta Teaching Assistant Scholarship Award
This award recognizes outstanding teaching performance by a freshman teaching assistant in the introductory chemistry laboratory at the University of North Texas (Beta Eta Chapter).
Edmund E. Dunlap Fund
The Edmund E. Dunlap Fund is derived from the estate of Edmund E. Dunlap, Iota 1922, and his wife, Marcile W. Dunlap and is administered by the Alpha Chi Sigma Educational Foundation. At least 50 percent of the fund's award income provides an annual scholarship to a student at Iota (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology) in the chemical sciences on the basis of academic excellence, extracurricular activities and professionalism. The remainder is used for students at the Iota Chapter in the chemical sciences on the basis of need, above average scholarship, extracurricular activities and professionalism.
Gamma Eta Scholarship Award
This scholarship award is presented annually to a Gamma Eta member (Marshall University) who must have been initiated prior to the beginning of the current calendar year. A winner is selected based on active participation in the activities of Gamma Eta, academic record, financial need, and any other criteria the committee may find appropriate.
Jody A. Goad Memorial Scholarship
The Jody A. Goad Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student of chemistry or any chemistry-related major attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, VA.
Priscilla Carney Jones Scholarship Fund
The Priscilla (Carney) Jones Scholar supports a woman in her junior or senior undergraduate year majoring in chemistry or chemistry-related science. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of both need and scholarship. At the discretion of the selection committee, an award in the amount of $2,500 is given annually.
J. Howard Mathews Memorial Fund
The J. Howard Mathews Memorial Fund was established to honor founder J. Howard "Matty" Mathews in 1970. Since then, all contributions to the Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity or to the Alpha Chi Sigma Educational Foundation made in memory of a deceased member are deposited into the fund, unless specifically directed otherwise.
The fund provides low-interest loans to collegiate members of Alpha Chi Sigma, who become eligible to participate in the program on the first anniversary of their initiation. Loans from $500-$6,000 are available at an interest rate based on the current market rate.