Thank you for your interest Sigma Tau Gamma’s scholarships. These awards are made possible through the annual gifts of Sig Tau alumni committed to the pursuit of wisdom. Some of our Sig Tau chapters also offer scholarships for their undergraduates. Contact your alumni association to learn if scholarships are offered at your chapter.
Ellsworth C. Dent “Man of the Year” Award
Each year, five outstanding graduates are recognized nationally. From the five, one is selected by the Society of Seventeen as the “Man of the Year,” the highest honor for an undergraduate member of the Fraternity. The “Man of the Year” receives a $1,000 honorarium.
Michael J. Steinbeck Fellowship
The Michael J. Steinbeck Fellowship was initiated in 1987 by Marvin Millsap. Recipients of the Michael J. Steinbeck Fellowship are selected by the Society of Seventeen and presented each year at the national meeting. The purpose of the Fellowships to assist talented young brothers, firmly committed to the ideals of Sigma Tau Gamma, with the pursuit of graduate and professional degrees.
Musial/Hillman Sportsmanship Award
The Stan Musial/Eric Hillman Sportsmanship Award is presented annually to a member of Sigma Tau Gamma who has participated in varsity or intercollegiate athletics at his college or university and who most typifies the traits of athletic performance, scholastic achievement, leadership, and service to the applicant’s college and local community as demonstrated by Stan Musial and Eric Hillman.
Earl A. Webb Academy of Principled Leaders
New chapter presidents gather annually at the Webb Academy with our National President to mutually explore the challenges and opportunities of the most important office in our Sigma Tau Gamma chapters. Most of the cost of participation in the Academy, including travel, lodging, meals, and program, is paid by a grant from the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation. The philosophy is that no chapter or chapter president, regardless of financial circumstance, should be denied this critical opportunity.