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What is the Man of Faith Scholarship?
The Man of Faith Scholarship recognizes two incoming male freshman at Kansas State University as being men that place their faith and academics in the forefront of their everyday lives. Phi Kappa Theta also recognizes faith and academics as the foundation for our fraternity. It is because these ideals are so important to us, we offer one $1,000 scholarship and two $500 scholarships to three deserving recipients.
What are the eligibility requirements for the Man of Faith Scholarships:
The candidate must be an incoming male freshman at Kansas State University for the Fall 2012 semester. The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of 3 things: The candidate has displayed academia as a priority in his high school career. The candidate is a man of character and has exhibited that faith is of the upmost importance. The candidate has been recommended for the scholarship from various high school, church or youth group authorities showing emphasis on faith and academics. The candidate must also visit Phi Kappa Theta for an interview with a pre-selected scholarship panel. The scholarship panel will ask the candidate questions about his submitted materials and about his collegiate plans
How do I apply for the Man of Faith Scholarship?
It’s easy! First, fill out the Man of Faith Scholarship application that you can download from this webpage. The application packet will also give you information on the letters of recommendation that must be sent in with your application. The application packet is due on January 25, 2012. The Men of Phi Kappa Theta will contact potential candidates to inform them of the available interview times. The interviews will be held on February 11, 2012 and February 12, 2012 at the chapter house in Manhattan. In order to be eligible to be selected as a scholarship recipient, the candidate must be interviewed on one of the two days. The scholarship recipients will be notified on March 2, 2012.
How is the scholarship money distributed?
Phi Kappa Theta will distribute the money into the recipient’s Kansas State University’s tuition account. The recipient will not receive the money, but will have the scholarship amount credited to his K-State account.