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Phi Sigma Pi currently offers two scholarships:

Richard Cecil Todd & Clauda Pennock Todd Tripod Scholarship
In September 1991, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Todd established the Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Tripod Scholarship to promote the future academic opportunity of Phi Sigma Pi Brothers who have excelled in embodying the ideals of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. Dr. Todd passed away on July 18, 1993, but his memory and the innumerable contributions he made to Phi Sigma Pi will never be forgotten.

Richard & Clauda ToddDr. Todd completed his undergraduate studies at Millersville University and was inducted into Sigma Chapter in 1937. After finishing his doctoral studies in History at Duke University in 1950, Dr. Todd received a faculty position at East Carolina University. He served as the Tau Chapter advisor for twenty-seven years, and also held membership in Tau Chapter. Mrs. Todd held the distinction of being the first honorary woman inducted into Phi Sigma Pi in 1977 by Tau Chapter. In addition to his contributions to many of the local chapters, Dr. Todd was also a source of stability for the National Office. Over a period of twenty-five years, he served in the offices of National President, Vice President, Counselor, Historian, and Alumni Representative.

All active undergraduate members of Phi Sigma Pi who meet the criteria outlined in the document titled The Richard Cecil Todd and Clauda Pennock Todd Tripod Scholarship of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity Charter and Award Criteria are eligible to apply for this yearly scholarship.

Past Recipients
1993
  • David Lee Batts
  • East Carolina University, Tau Chapter
1994
  • Amanda A. Hines
  • East Carolina University, Tau Chapter
1995
  • Adam D. Feinberg
  • University of Maryland, Alpha Beta Chapter
1996
  • Mari Morimoto
  • Cornell University, Beta Nu Chapter
1997
  • Nicole D. Gray
  • East Carolina University, Tau Chapter
 
  • David R. Rosengrant
  • University of Pittsburgh, Alpha Omega Chapter
1998
  • Mandy S. Younger
  • Drexel University, Gamma Xi Chapter
1999
  • Anthony Teasdale
  • University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Beta Omicron Chapter
2000
  • Tabitha B. O'Connor
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Alpha Chi Chapter
2001
  • David S. Newton
  • University of Kentucky, Gamma Upsilon Chapter
2002
  • Mandy Large
  • Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Upsilon Chapter
2003
  • Meghan Shannon
  • Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Sigma Chapter
2004
  • Brittany Bodart
  • East Carolina University, Tau Chapter
2005
  • Erik Walschburger
  • Temple University, Alpha Lambda Chapter
2006
  • Dennis Yoon
  • Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, Beta Eta Chapter
2007
  • Stephanie Glinn
  • University of Central Missouri, Alpha Chapter
2008
  • Mary Janet Aiken
  • Virginia Commonwealth University, Alpha Sigma Chapter
2009
  • Emily Naser-Hall
  • Tulane University, Gamma Tau Chapter
 
  • Lauren Anderson
  • Tulane University, Gamma Tau Chapter
2010
  • Colleen Connolly
  • Temple University, Alpha Lambda Chapter
2011
  • Daniel Schumacher
  • Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Mu Chapter
2012
  • Molly Kelly-Goss
  • Tulane University, Gamma Tau Chapter
 
  • Kristie Tingle
  • Auburn University, Gamma Omicron Chapter
2013
  • Kalyann Kauv
  •  Virginia Commonwealth University, Alpha Sigma Chapter

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Rolla F. Wood Graduate Scholarship
Established in 2004 as the graduate scholarship of Phi Sigma Pi, the award is given to an alumnus/a who has excelled in undergraduate studies and has been accepted to or enrolled in graduate school. The fraternity felt it was vitally important to respect one of our founding principles, namely education, by encouraging the educational advancement of our alumni through the offering of this scholarship.

Rolla F. WoodThe scholarship was named in honor of Professor Rolla F. Wood. Professor Wood's dedication to the betterment of education and his commitment to Phi Sigma Pi led to the scholarship being named in his honor. As a Brother from our Alpha Chapter, roll number 39, a long time Phi Sigma Pi faculty advisor, and past Phi Sigma Pi National President, Professor Wood strove for the advancement of Phi Sigma Pi all through his own graduate years.

To apply for the Rolla F. Wood Graduate Scholarship, the alumnus/a must be in good standing with the collegiate chapter and the National Office of Phi Sigma Pi. In addition, the applicant must be a member of the National Alumni Association and have graduated with at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA on a 4.00 scale from his/her bachelor's program.

Past Recipients
2005
  • John Chen
  • University of California at Berkeley, Delta Omega Chapter
2006
  • Kathalene Razzano
  • University of Maryland, Alpha Beta Chapter
2007
  • Meghan Sidelnick
  • Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Sigma Chapter
2008
  • Marie (Hayden) Burgess
  • Towson University, Gamma Pi Chapter
2009
  • Natalie Swierzbin
  • University of Florida, Gamma Epsilon Chapter
2010
  • [None Given]
 
2011
  • May Jean Counsilman
  • University of Connecticut, Beta Pi Chapter
2012
  • Patrick Herron
  • West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Alpha Epsilon Chapter
2013
  • Angela McCall
  • University of Florida, Gamma Epsilon Chapter

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