The Rust Scholarship
Awards $6,000 annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities. All other things being equal, preference is given to applicants in the core engineering disciplines or "hard" sciences.
The Mortin Scholarship
Awards $2,500 annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
The Sevcik Scholarship
Consists of one award of $1,000 annually based on need, preference to an Ohio State student, preference to an Engineering student.
The Kapadia Scholarship
This award may range from $1,500 to $8,000 to an undergraduate or graduate Triangle in good standing, with preference to engineering majors, non-US citizens, members of the Zoroastrian religion, Michigan State student. Total scholarship dollars available is in excess of $12,000.
The Peter and Barbara Bye Scholarship
Awards $2,500 annually based on a combination of need and grades (Minimum of 2.7/4.0). All other things being equal, preference is given to applicants from the Cornell University Triangle chapter (Should it be recolonized).
Pierce E. Healey Memorial Scholarship
Awards $1,500 annually based on leadership and community service. All other things being equal, preference is given to applicants from the University of Connecticut Triangle chapter (Should it be recolonized)
The James Marshall pur65/Triangle Volunteers Scholarship
Established in recognition of Brother Marshall's own contributions and the many other volunteers that have and continue to so unselfishly give of their time and effort to support Triangle. Awards $1,500 annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
The Kevin Robertson marq92/Triangle Presidents Scholarship
Established in recognition of Brother Robertson's own contributions and the many other Triangle Presidents that have and continue to so unselfishly give of their time and effort to support Triangle. Awards $1,500 annually based on a combination of need, grades and participation in campus and Triangle Activities.
The Foglesong Family Minority Student Scholarship
The Foglesong family values diversity in the fields of engineering, architecture and science. As such they have endowed a scholarship to be awarded each year to a deserving student from an under represented population majoring in engineering, architecture and science. Qualified applicants will be members of Triangle Fraternity in good standing who are members of underrepresented populations in the fields of engineering, architecture or science, show academic success with a minimum GPA of 2.7/4.0, have a track record of service to the chapter and local community and demonstrate financial need.
The Purdue Old House Men Scholarship
Consists of one award of $1,000 to $1,500 annually based on need, preference to a Purdue student.
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Every year, Triangle Fraternity Georgia Tech seeks to award a book scholarship to an unaffiliated student on campus that truly exhibits leadership, sound character, need, and a desire and passion for learning. We recognize that our students at Georgia Tech accomplish amazing things, and we wish to facilitate this, not only within our brotherhood, but on the campus at large.
More Details about the Fall 2016 Book Scholarship will be available soon!
Triangle Fraternity is unique in that It incorporates the best aspects of a social fraternity, academic honorary, and professional society into one organization. We believe that at a university like Georgia Tech, it is our duty to facilitate the growth and development of the future leaders of society. Some of the Scholarships offered to brothers and unaffiliated members of the campus community can be found below.
The R. Gosyne Award for Service
Nine needs-based scholarships and one graduate fellowship are currently available for active brothers through the Triangle Education Foundation. With the exception of the Bye Scholarship all require a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 necessary for consideration. The scholarship committee will consider need and active involvement within his Chapter, his campus and the community, and other criteria specific to each scholarship.
The Jeffrey Feynman Miller Book Scholarship
Scholarships are available only to Triangles who will be undergraduates in the school year following their application, with the exception of the Kapadia scholarship which may go to either an undergraduate or a graduate Triangle, and the Larson Graduate Fellowship.
As a brotherhood, we believe that servant leadership has a huge part to play in the building up of the campus community as a whole. This award is given to a student who has shown exceptional ability to come alongside individuals and help lift them up. Preference is given to those in positions that serve their peers (Peer Leaders and Resident Advisors, Student Government Association, Student Center Programs Council, VOICE, etc).
The A. W. Swartz Award for Servant Leadership
We recognize as an organization that there is more to Atlanta than just Georgia Tech. Even right across the street from the corner of campus, one can see impoverished individuals struggling to find so much as a place to sleep. As such, Triangle recognizes one student each year that has gone above and beyond in his efforts to give back to and uplift his community.