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2013

Annual Report

Raising Funds to Educate and Empower Principled Leaders


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PI KAPPA ALPHA FOUNDATION

Brothers & Friends of Pi Kappa Alpha In many ways, the English proverb mighty oaks from little acorns grow represents the impact made by the thousands of generous and loyal PIKE brothers and friends of Pi Kappa Alpha. Thanks to the ongoing financial assistance that continues to grow each year, the Fraternity is able to bolster its programs in support of educating and empowering principled leaders. Year-in and year-out, the Fraternity is challenged to establish a financial strategy to address the needs of today’s student, while simultaneously preparing for the future landscape of Pi Kappa Alpha. In this 2013 Annual Report we highlight the many chapter-specific, individual, and international scholarships and grants that have been made available to the Fraternity by generous alumni and friends who have contributed to the PIKE Foundation. We also honor the supporters of the Campaign for PIKE University whose

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stretch gifts have helped us secure over $7 million in support of leadership and personal development education for our students. The donations of time and treasure made to Pi Kappa Alpha year after year have turned our modest beginning into something great. We are champions and advocates for those who want to become better men through experiences and opportunities that only Pi Kappa Alpha can provide.

2013 BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Bruce A. Wolfson President Pennsylvania, Beta Pi ’71 Attorney Bingham McCutchen LLP New York, New York

Mark A. Robertson Vice President Southern Methodist, Beta Zeta ’82 Attorney and Partner Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP New York, New York

G. Brint Ryan Secretary/Treasurer North Texas, Epsilon Delta ’83 Founder and CEO Ryan & Company Dallas, Texas

Daniel A. Berger Trustee Arizona, Gamma Delta ’99 Director, Commercial and Specialty Finance Capital One Bethesda, Maryland

W. Thomas Clark Trustee Virginia Tech, Epsilon ’73 Chairman The Westchester Bank North Salem, New York

Steven S. Heck Trustee Kansas State, Alpha Omega ’88 Director,Taxes and Global Planning Procter & Gamble Company Cincinnati, Ohio

Keith J. Ketchman Trustee Florida, Alpha Eta ’74 President Ketchman/Wolf Associates Chicago, Illinois

John L. Lisher Trustee Indiana, Delta Xi ’71 Attorney Kopka, Pinkus, Dolin & Eads Indianapolis, Indiana

Edward A. Pease Trustee Indiana, Delta Xi ’71 Senior Vice President Rolls-Royce North America Washington, D.C.

David W. Porter Trustee East Central, Epsilon Omega ‘84 Corporate Vice President Microsoft Corporation Redmond, Washington

Thomas C. Tillar, Jr. Trustee Virginia Tech, Epsilon ’70 Vice President for Alumni Relations Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Virginia

Joseph J. Turner, Jr. Trustee Clemson, Eta Alpha, ‘70 Chief Executive Officer First Sun Management Corporation Clemson, South Carolina

Marvin D. Dennis Trustee Emeritus Illinois, Beta Eta ’56 President Dennis & Company San Francisco, California

William N. LaForge Trustee Emeritus Delta State, Zeta Beta ’69 President Delta State University Cleveland, Mississippi

Richard F. Ogle Trustee Emeritus Alabama, Gamma Alpha ’61 Attorney, Christian & Small LLP Birmingham, Alabama

On behalf of all PIKE Foundation volunteers and staff, we thank you for “nurturing the Oak”, and supporting the young men who will lead our campuses, communities and society. Bruce A. Wolfson (Pennsylvania, Beta Pi ’71) Foundation President N. Ryan Flickinger (Southern Illinois, Iota Mu ’94) Foundation CEO

$1.5MM

Individual donors

Increase in endowment from prior year

13¢

170%

Cost per dollar raised

Increase in awarded grants


2013 ANNUAL REPORT

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THE CAMPAIGN FOR PIKE UNIVERSITY The Campaign for PIKE University is a $10 million effort focused on partially endowing and subsidizing the PIKE University program. PIKE University is a premier personal development and leadership-training platform offered to undergraduate members and alumni volunteers of Pi Kappa Alpha.

Programming Endowment Funding Need: $5,000,000 Raised : $4,005,800 Expand access to leadership training events by expanding regional programming and reducing cost for chapters and students to participate.

Distance Learning & Technology Funding Need: $2,000,000 Raised : $107,800 Develop and deliver an online learning management system tailored for new member education and the continued education of chapter members throughout their undergraduate career.

Alumni Advancement

Alumni and friends now have

Funding Need: $1,000,000 Raised: $275,000

the opportunity to provide

Provide training and resources to alumni advisors; Alumni outreach and development program.

to generations of young men

Chapter Endowment Fund

your help, Pi Kappa Alpha will

an unparalleled advantage by participating in the Campaign for PIKE University. With

Raised: $1,644,135

raise $10 million to expand,

Establish restricted chapter-specific funds for tuition scholarships (see page 7).

innovate, endow and protect

PIKE University

and curriculum – the advan-

General Support & President’s Council Raised: $1,593,819 Individual awards and support for benefit of student members and their quest to participate in PIKE University. To learn more about PIKE University & the campaign, visit www.pikefoundation.org/cpu

the PIKE University program tage – that has such a positive impact on so many.

Goal

$10,000,000 $10M

LEAD DONORS SUPPORT PIKE UNIVERSITY...

$9M $8M $7M $6M

Marvin D. Dennis, Illinois, Beta Eta ’56 “Events such as the Chapter Executives Conference not only provide the opportunity for personal leadership development, but ensure our chapter officers are receiving the best operations training available – sustaining the success of Pi Kappa Alpha long term.”

G. Brint Ryan, North Texas, Epsilon Delta ’83 “PIKE University has clearly demonstrated its ability to develop and train our undergraduates. This has resulted in increased chapter success through heightened leadership skills. By endowing these programs, we are directly investing in the future success of our young men.”

Thomas C. Tillar, Virginia Tech, Epsilon ’70 “Never before have alumni had such a compelling reason to give back to Pi Kappa Alpha, and what better reason than the personal development and leadership training of our undergraduates. Rallying support for PIKE University programs is truly in line with the mission and vision of our Fraternity, helping ensure that all Pikes become principled citizens and courageous leaders.”

$5M $4M $3M $2M $1M

Gifts & Pledges Received

$7,626,634 (as of 12-31-13)


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PI KAPPA ALPHA FOUNDATION

YEAR-END FINANCIAL REPORT In 2013, the Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation built upon the success of the last few years, offering particular focus to growing the Endowment Fund. Cash receipts increased by nearly 40% over the previous year as donors fulfilled pledges made for the Campaign for PIKE University. The year was also a strong one for investments; market value adjustments paired with additional deposits resulted in the greatest period of growth in the 65-year history of the Foundation’s Endowment Fund. The success realized in 2013 was not limited to one particular area. Unrestricted net assets increased by over $206,000 while permanently-restricted net assets increased by nearly $1.3 million. The importance of donors providing unrestricted gifts was

clearly demonstrated as the Foundation invested only $235,920 in (unrestricted) fundraising costs to raise $1,626,702 in restricted donations, representing a total return of 590%. With respect to grants and scholarships, the Foundation granted nearly half a million dollars more than in the prior year, an increase of 170%. As the Campaign for PIKE University nears its successful completion, the Foundation will strive to maintain the momentum generated during this period of unparalleled success while continuing to provide clear and accurate reporting to donors as the investors in Pi Kappa Alpha’s future.

Cash Contributions & Pledges

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES Revenue & Support Cash Contributions Pledges Rental Income Investments Miscellaneous Total

Expenses

2013

2012

$2,006,695

$1,446,372

$306,363

$1,104,635

$81,823

$85,829

$699,762

$490,054

$75,522

$75,845

$3,170,165

$3,202,735

Temporarily restricted

Permanently restricted

Unrestricted

Foundation Net Assets

2013 2012

War Memorial Maintenance

$186,035

$131,765

Management & General

$709,980

$737,771

Fundraising

$106,887

$134,029

$26,403

$45,174

2010

$759,895

$282,186

2009

Total

$1,789,200

$1,330,925

2008

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

$1,380,965

$1,871,810

2013 2012

Shield & Diamond Support Scholarships & Grants

2011

0

$2

$4

Permanently restricted

$6

$8

Temporarily restricted

$10 Unrestricted

$12


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FOUNDATION ENDOWMENT FUND the Foundation is committed. Additionally, the Committee has engaged a third-party wealth management firm to assist with the investment and management of the organization’s funds.

The PIKE Foundation manages an endowment for the benefit of Pi Kappa Alpha and its membership for educational and charitable purposes including, but not limited to, scholarships, educational program grants and associated administrative purposes.

The Foundation’s financial statements are annually audited by an independent firm in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the U.S.

The financial and investment operations of the Foundation are under the direct oversight of the organization’s Board of Trustees, which delegates specific responsibilities to separate committees. The Foundation’s Endowment Fund & Gift Acceptance Committee reviews Fund performance and monitors market conditions in order to ensure long-term growth and to guarantee the income needed for the annual scholarships and grants to which

$1,523,884 $733,495

Foundation Fund Asset Allocation Hedge Funds Cash Multi-Strategy 1% 0% 5% Small/Mid Cap (US) 7% MLP 7%

Fixed Income 28%

Amount by which the Foundation increased its endowment in 2013 (29%)

Amount raised for Chapter Endowment Funds and other endowed awards in 2013

Foundation Fund Balance $7

Other Equity 7%

$6 $5

Large Cap (US) 11%

$4

International 12%

Endowment Fund 2008

$3,732,434

2009

$3,944,695

2010

$4,419,928

2011 $4,431,522 2012

$5,253,918

2013

$6,777,802

Private Equity 22%

$3 2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

ENDOWMENT FUND & GIFT ACCEPTANCE COMMITTEE Chairman, W. Thomas Clark (Virginia Tech, Epsilon ’73) Chairman, The Westchester Bank F. Anderson Morse (William & Mary, Gamma ’76) Director of Development, Mount Vernon Estates & Gardens August Petersen (East Central, Epsilon Omega ’71) President & CEO, Stewardship-Austin Equity, LLC Ronald E. Roark (Drake, Delta Omicron ’70) CEO, Crown NorthCorp, Inc. Jerome H. Herman (Pennsylvania, Beta Pi ’72) COO, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

2013


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PI KAPPA ALPHA FOUNDATION

INDIVIDUAL SCHOLARSHIPS The Foundation exists to operate solely and exclusively as a beneficent, charitable, literary and educational organization within the meaning of 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code of 1954. The Foundation welcomes donors who wish to establish a scholarship or grant in their name or in memory/honor of a brother, family member or company.

In general, a named gift substantially covers the cost of a program or provides a market relevant scholarship. Establishing an individual scholarship requires a minimum contribution of $20,000, which can be pledged over a period of time or through a planned estate gift.

INDIVIDUAL SCHOLARSHIPS AND BALANCES AS OF 12/31/13 INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER, ARKANSAS

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Scholarships that directly benefit undergraduates

The Foundation currently manages over 130 endowed, unendowed and educational facility grant funds for chapters. BETA MU CHAPTER, TEXAS

Fred A. Anderson Educational Grant*

$24,019

Norris Taylor Jr. Leadership Scholarship

Arkoma Region Endowed Scholarship

$14,512

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

Bobango Advised Scholarship

$14,820

ALPHA ETA CHAPTER, FLORIDA

Donald E. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship

$12,332

Robert N. Cox Legacy Leadership Award^

$20,299

A. Frank Smith Leadership Award

$17,410

Chris A. Taylor Memorial Scholarship

$12,909

Chris R. Corna Leadership Scholarship

$84,646

BETA PI CHAPTER, PENNSYLVANIA

Future Entrepreneurial Award* Esactius Scholarship James R. Favor Scholarship Garth C. Grissom Endowed Award* R. Craig Hoenshell Honor Society Endowment Francis M. Linderman Scholarship^

$272,139 $51,931

$52,845 $272,937

Walsdorf Fund for Beta Mu^

William Dial Endowed Scholarship

$8,143

Beta Pi SMC Scholarship^

$1,734

$106,206

Jeffrey Roschman Scholarship

$5,603

Dave Herman Memorial Scholarship

$8,934

$74,318

Jerry Yachabach Scholarship

$30,647

$198,671 $2,317

ALPHA MU CHAPTER, GEORGIA Georgia PIKES Educational Fund of Alpha Mu^

BETA SIGMA CHAPTER, CARNEGIE MELLON Joe Thomas Leadership Award^

$360

$10,697

ALPHA NU CHAPTER, MISSOURI

William M. McKissack Scholarship

$32,083

George Denton Memorial Scholarship

Robert D. Lynn Memorial Scholarship

$14,316

Charles Wilson Eatherly Memorial Scholarship

Joseph A. Pavelka Memorial Scholarship

$17,824

Glenn M. McCaslin Endowed Fund

$64,282

Lee Slater Memorial Scholarship

Richard Ralph Family Fund Scholarship*

$74,866

Wayne Smith Scholarship

$20,944

GAMMA ALPHA CHAPTER, ALABAMA

$188,524

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$28,627 $9,900

$116,242

$488

BETA PHI CHAPTER, PURDUE

John “Jack” Lux Scholarship

Robertson Most Outstanding Undergraduate Award

$1,425

BETA OMICRON CHAPTER, OKLAHOMA

Arthur Bowes Memorial Leadership/Academic Award

$13,360

Robert L. Rain Scholarship

$16,195

BETA CHI CHAPTER, MINNESOTA $63,387

John Horne Memorial Academic Scholarship

$8,398

Simon A. Simon Memorial Scholarship

$39,542

ALPHA XI CHAPTER, CINCINNATI

Kris White Scholarship

$18,502

Michael Dever Leadership Award

$25,715

GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER, ARIZONA

Chris Jones Memorial Scholarship

$16,981

Gamma Delta New Member of the Year Award

$10,846

Jack Van Fossen Scholarship

$12,628

Gamma Delta Rush Chairman Award

$15,374

William R. Nester Brotherhood & Ideals Scholarships

$71,987

Gamma Delta SMC Leadership Scholarship

$26,600

Gamma Delta Social Leadership Award

$10,927

Bram Govaars Scholarship

$16,872

ALPHA CHAPTER, VIRGINIA William Clay Parrish, Jr. Memorial Leadership Award

$11,112

EPSILON CHAPTER, VIRGINIA TECH Jenks Robertson Memorial Scholarship

$9,747

ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER, KANSAS STATE

Tom C. Tillar Leadership Scholarship

$9,080

Ike & Letty Evans True PIKE Scholarship

ZETA CHAPTER, TENNESSEE

$26,607

GAMMA ETA CHAPTER, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

$50,000

John Hein Fund

$4,671

Lance Melber Legacy Scholarship^

Buddy Heins Scholarship^

$2,444

BETA ALPHA CHAPTER, PENNSYLVANIA STATE

Larry Jackson and Alan “Bubba” Jones Scholarship

$20,018

Quentin Wood Educational Excellence Scholarship

Tom Wade Scholarship^

$12,768

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

William Cone Scholarship

$29,064

29,442

UPSILON CHAPTER, AUBURN UNIVERSITY David H. Dyson Servant Leadership Award^ Bill Ham, Sr. Endowed Scholarship

$19 $7,397

$57,043 $129,334

$36,789

Phillip M. Lighty Scholarship

$54,415

GAMMA SIGMA CHAPTER, PITTSBURGH

Bob Keene Scholarship

$16,584

Willard R. Hoel Scholarship

Al Ross Scholarship

$11,588

GAMMA TAU CHAPTER, RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC

Mann/Miller Academic Excellence Award

$12,279

Clarence Isham Endowed Fund for Gamma Tau

BETA ETA CHAPTER, ILLINOIS Tom Abraham Memorial Scholarship Rich Western Scholarship

$9,515

Malcolm Todd Scholarship

$11,260

Thomas Lyle “Doc” Williams Scholarship

$17,502

Roger Woizeski Scholarship^

John P. McGovern, M.D. Academic Scholarship

$66,031

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$20,854

$30,315

$334,204

GAMMA PSI CHAPTER, LOUISIANA TECH

$41,449

Key: ^ = unendowed * = criteria TBD

$40,311

Robert Imrie Memorial Scholarship

$93,928

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$183,456

Bill Sutherin Award

Beta Beta Outstanding Achievement Award

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER, NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Martha E. Banfield Memorial Award

GAMMA XI CHAPTER, WASHINGTON STATE

William C. Watkins Scholarship

ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER, DUKE UNIVERSITY

$26,209

GAMMA OMICRON CHAPTER, OHIO UNIVERSITY

BETA BETA CHAPTER, WASHINGTON

NU CHAPTER, WOFFORD COLLEGE D. Mark Anderson Leadership Scholarship

$207,369

$14,147

Steven Heck Family Fund

Roger Bradley Scholarship Fund^

ETA CHAPTER, TULANE

Richard F. Ogle Leadership Award

$17,696

$695 $9,501

George W. Levert, Sr. Memorial Scholarship

$37,563

GAMMA OMEGA CHAPTER, MIAMI Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$13,300

DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER, MIAMI-OHIO Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$5,871

BETA KAPPA CHAPTER, EMORY UNIVERSITY $69,857

David Gary Chaikin Memorial Scholarship

$50,900 continued on back cover


2013 ANNUAL REPORT

CHAPTER ENDOWMENT FUNDS The PIKE Foundation has established Chapter Endowment Funds (CEFs) for each chapter of the Organization (silent and active). These funds have been supported through undergraduate giving (φφka Club) and tax-deductible donations from alumni and friends. Each CEF is managed and invested by the Foundation Board of Trustees and used to benefit undergraduates. Once a specific chapter’s fund reaches $10,000 for one fiscal year, the Foundation annu-

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ally awards 3%-5% of the corpus amount. As the balance grows, so does the size of the grant. They are designed to grow and last in perpetuity. Annual grants from these funds provide scholarships to chapters and students for PIKE University programming and events. As of December 31, 2013, the Foundation manages $2,090,014 for this program. Only 57 chapters currently have endowed CEFs ($10,000+). By making a restricted

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Chapters currently have endowed CEFs ($10,000+) gift to your chapter’s endowment fund, you can help fully establish or grow annual proceeds to directly support PIKE students from your alma mater.

CHAPTERS/COLONIES AND BALANCES AS OF 12/31/13 Alpha

$2,932

Alpha Tau

Beta

$1,417

Alpha Upsilon

$12,414 $283

Gamma

$32,288

Alpha Phi

$37,783

Epsilon

$8,683

Alpha Chi

$2,069

Zeta

$42,884

Alpha Psi

$339

Eta

$1,985

Alpha Omega

Theta

$7,452

Beta Alpha

$2,337

Iota

$1,783

Beta Beta

Kappa Mu Nu Xi Omicron Pi Sigma Tau Upsilon

$923 $1,654 $939 $1,998 $1,084 $966

Gamma Rho

Gamma Upsilon

$23,645

Epsilon Kappa

$2,812 $1,943

$25,826

Epsilon Lambda Epsilon Mu

$618

Beta Delta

$1,480

Gamma Psi

$5,975

Epsilon Nu

$996

Beta Zeta Beta Eta

$13,173 $69

Gamma Omega Delta Alpha

Beta Theta

$6,639

Delta Beta

Delta Delta

$5,646

Beta Nu

$13,930

$14,581

Beta Xi

$6,673

Beta Sigma

$1,375

Beta Tau

Beta Omicron

$947 $6,764 $84,213 $2,457 $14,357

Delta Epsilon Delta Zeta Delta Eta Delta Theta Delta Iota Delta Kappa

Beta Upsilon

$1,445

Delta Lambda

Beta Phi

$4,556

Delta Mu

Beta Chi

$650

Delta Nu

Alpha Zeta

$61,892

Gamma Alpha

$36,503

Delta Xi

Alpha Eta

$41,007

Gamma Beta

$19,515

Delta Omicron

Alpha Theta

$2,843

Gamma Gamma

Alpha Iota

$1,556

Gamma Delta Gamma Epsilon Gamma Zeta Gamma Eta

$628 $83,986 $3,440 $118

Alpha Mu

$738

Alpha Nu

$25,950

Gamma Theta

$5,394

Alpha Xi

$14,868

Gamma Iota Gamma Kappa

$2,852

$8,301

$7,937

Alpha Alpha

Alpha Pi

$5,918

Epsilon Iota

Delta Gamma

$809

$1,262

$783

$1,279

Omega

Alpha Omicron

Zeta Chi Zeta Omega

$2,086

$19,555

$6,969

$2,472

$12,882

Gamma Chi

Beta Pi

Alpha Lambda

Epsilon Eta

$902

Zeta Phi

Gamma Tau

$3,293

$32,947

Epsilon Zeta

$2,173

Zeta Tau

Gamma Phi

$843

Alpha Kappa

$14,878

$1,925 $37,069

Epsilon Theta

Beta Mu

$1,773

Epsilon Epsilon

$17,411

Beta Kappa

$7,047

Epsilon Delta

Gamma Sigma

$14,677

$23,203

$5,116

$7,777

$2,135

Alpha Epsilon

Gamma Pi

$69,557

$19,600

Psi

Alpha Delta

Gamma Omicron

Beta Gamma

Phi

Alpha Gamma

$58,781

Gamma Xi

$11,631

Delta Pi

$4,083 $5,561 $6,667 $52,464

Epsilon Xi Epsilon Omicron Epsilon Pi

Eta Eta

$348

$289

Eta Theta

$741

$476

Eta Kappa

$568

$365

Eta Mu

$500

$4,128

Eta Nu

$4,027

Eta Omicron

$6,565

Epsilon Phi

$715

$30,914

Epsilon Chi

$2,296

$1,330

Epsilon Psi

$273 $1,704 $10,581 $46,007 $3,103 $13,157

$652

Epsilon Omega

$2,605

Zeta Alpha A

$2,295

Zeta Beta Zeta Gamma Zeta Delta

$16,682 $1,063 $324

Zeta Epsilon

$1,182

Zeta Eta

$2,084

Zeta Theta

$2,818

Delta Rho

$1,065

Zeta Iota

$3,261

Delta Sigma

$5,290

Zeta Kappa

$2,142

Delta Tau Delta Upsilon

$165,166

Zeta Lambda

$350

$2,055

Zeta Mu

$1,520

Delta Chi

$29,795

Zeta Xi

$1,916

$2,364

Delta Psi

$2,456

Zeta Omicron

$1,515

$7,289

Delta Omega

$4,063 $1,218

Zeta Pi

$3,080

Gamma Lambda

$15,706

Epsilon Alpha

Alpha Rho

$14,661

Gamma Mu

$16,161

Epsilon Beta

Alpha Sigma

$19,642

Gamma Nu

$5,714

Epsilon Gamma

$511 $3,510

Zeta Rho Zeta Sigma

$2,615

Eta Zeta

Epsilon Upsilon

$22

$24,412

Eta Epsilon

Epsilon Sigma

$4,191

$1,165

Eta Beta

$1,179

$10,205

$20,119

Eta Alpha

$1,092

$366 $27,533 $66

Eta Pi

$4,123

Eta Rho

$423

Eta Sigma Eta Tau

$1,098

Eta Upsilon

$4,355

Eta Phi

$2,469

Eta Chi

$23 $47

Eta Omega

$1,207

Theta Alpha Theta Beta

$715

Theta Gamma

$520

Theta Delta

$1,235

Theta Epsilon

$1,529

Theta Zeta

$1,246

Theta Eta

$1,082

Theta Theta

$1,176 $2,184

Theta Kappa Theta Lambda Theta Mu

$20,633 $1,011

$13,097 continued on back cover


INDIVIDUAL SCHOLARSHIPS continued from page 6

DELTA ZETA CHAPTER, MEMPHIS

EPSILON ETA CHAPTER, HOUSTON

David Brantley Judd Memorial Scholarship

$12,854

DELTA THETA CHAPTER, ARKANSAS STATE

THETA OMICRON CHAPTER, INDIANA STATE

John P. McGovern, M.D. Leadership Scholarship

$66,031

EPSILON THETA CHAPTER, COLORADO STATE

Chris Crye Memorial Scholarship

$24,854

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

Delta Theta Resident Leaders Scholarship

$29,788

EPSILON IOTA CHAPTER, SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

DELTA LAMBDA CHAPTER, FLORIDA STATE Ryan L’Homme Memorial Scholarship

$11,875

Ronald D. Harris Academic Award^ $20,036

DELTA XI CHAPTER, INDIANA UNIVERSITY

EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER, MURRAY STATE

$46,535

EPSILON SIGMA CHAPTER, TENNESSEE-MARTIN

Lisher Educational Fund^

$12,096

David H. Graham Scholarship

Lisher Leadership Scholarship

$58,695

Bob Reddin Extraordinary Performance Award^

Lisher True PIKE Scholarship

$48,218

EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER, EAST CENTRAL

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$95,000

Chris A. Smith Memorial Scholarship

EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER, TEXAS TECH

$14

$10,013

$5,579

ETA ALPHA CHAPTER, CLEMSON $15,467

Eddie Smith Book Scholarship^

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$28,500

ETA EPSILON CHAPTER, ANGELO STATE

EPSILON DELTA CHAPTER, NORTH TEXAS Scott Belshaw Scholarship Fund^

$2,203

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

$95,000

ETA OMICRON CHAPTER, LOUISIANA-MONROE Eta Omicron Chapter Eternal Scholarship

$25,926

Quentin L. Richard Academic/Leadership Award

$17,423

IOTA UPSILON CHAPTER, GEORGIA SOUTHERN $2,375

PIKE UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENTS $5,890

Chapter Executives Conference

PIKE University General Fund Publications and Programming Endowment

$11,401

THETA XI CHAPTER, TEXAS A&M-COMMERCE

The Academy

$582,178 $52,005 $688,940 $55,680 $261,899

ATLANTA AREA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Phillip L. McLeod Leadership Scholarship

Key: ^ = unendowed * = criteria TBD

Andrew C. Lynch Scholarship

Distance Learning & Technology Scholarship $1,689

$17,999

IOTA KAPPA CHAPTER, CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA

Alumni Advancement Fund $231

Glenn Stranahan Scholarship^

$23,925

IOTA DELTA CHAPTER, ROSE HULMAN

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

Bob Mays Scholarship^

Gary Welch Scholarship

$9,099

IOTA GAMMA CHAPTER, NEBRASKA-KEARNEY

Tom Husselman Extraordinary Performance Award $9,921

ZETA CHI CHAPTER, MISSOURI STATE $8,000

$54,150

IOTA BETA CHAPTER, CALIFORNIA STATE-FRESNO

William R. Nester Brotherhood & Ideals Award $4,987

John L. Lisher Academic Award

Delta Pi Leadership Scholarship^

$32,695

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

Scott L. Seidel Scholarship $22

Educational Facilities Grant Fund

DELTA PI CHAPTER, SAN JOSE STATE

Robert R. and Joanna Pease Scholarship

$32,928

Theta Xi Convention Fund^

Robert M. McFarland Scholarship Fund^*

$6,761

$297

CHAPTER ENDOWMENT FUNDS continued from page 7 Theta Nu Theta Xi

$799 $2,271

Iota Theta

$1,012

Kappa Delta

Iota Iota

$319

Kappa Epsilon

Theta Omicron

$12,775

Iota Kappa

$319

Kappa Zeta

Theta Pi

$10,068

Iota Lambda

$206

Kappa Eta

Theta Rho

$467

Iota Mu

$2,338

Theta Sigma

$1,832

Iota Nu

$430

Theta Tau

$1,146

Iota Xi

$69

Theta Upsilon

$2,178

Iota Omicron

Kappa Theta Kappa Iota

$6,155

Kappa Psi

$16,676

Kappa Omega

$1,294

Lambda Alpha

$237 $1,473 -

Lambda Beta Lambda Gamma Lambda Delta

Mu Alpha

$1,626

Mu Beta

Kappa Mu

$1,241

Lambda Eta

Kappa Nu

$9,316

Lambda Theta

Theta Psi

$17,143

Iota Sigma

$689

Kappa Xi

Theta Omega

$1,081

Iota Tau

$448

Kappa Omicron

$4,258

Lambda Kappa

Iota Alpha

$7,456

Iota Upsilon

Kappa Pi

$2,400

Lambda Lambda

Iota Beta

$4,231

Iota Chi

$361

Kappa Rho

Iota Gamma

$15,900

Iota Psi

$227

Iota Delta

$32,489

Iota Omega

$965

$707

Kappa Gamma

$4,482

Lambda Psi

$5,001

$867

Iota Eta

Lambda Chi

Lambda Zeta

$347

Kappa Beta

$140 $5,947

$1,093

Iota Rho

Kappa Alpha

-

Kappa Lambda

Iota Pi

$2,110

$2,400

$22

Lambda Iota

$95

Lambda Mu

Kappa Sigma

$144

Lambda Nu

Kappa Tau

$463

Lambda Xi

Kappa Upsilon

$1,023

Lambda Omicron

$477

$47 $6,210 $27

Lambda Omega

Mu Gamma Mu Delta Mu Epsilon

$95 $875 $59 $3,697

$29,709

Mu Zeta

$6,303

Mu Eta

$815

Mu Theta

$253

$93 $1,014 $653

$15

Kappa Phi

$582

Lambda Pi

$1,111

$14,575

Kappa Chi

$139

Lambda Rho

$4,501

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$2,511

Lambda Phi

$150

$513

$368

Lambda Upsilon

$64

$1,860

Lambda Epsilon

$698

$350

Lambda Tau

$7,312

Theta Chi

Iota Zeta

$482

Lambda Sigma

Kappa Kappa

Theta Phi

Iota Epsilon

$2,955 $17,343

Colony at Columbus State Zeta Alpha B

-

$23 $1,980

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