Scholarship

 

Here are a list of the Scholarship Funds established by Delta Nu Members

Frater                  Name of Scholarship Fund              Year Graduated

Donald Beeson           Donald D. and Ann Beeson Scholarship               1959
Robert  Cotter              Cotter Grant                                                                  1965
Robert Foster III          Robert & Doris Foster Scholarship                          1969
Peter Greve                  Peter J. Greve TKE Alumni Scholarship                  1974
Carl Haines                 Haines Family Pre-Pharmacy Scholarship             1964
Thomas Harvey          Thomas Webb Harvey Memorial Scholarship        1964
Gweldon Long            Dr. Gweldon Long Family Scholarship                     1957
B. D.Owens                 Dr. B. D. & Sue Wright Owens Scholarship             1959
Shawn  Wake              Shawn Wake Technical Theatre Scholarship         1992

 

PETER J. GREVE MEMORIAL TKE ALUMNI OF NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

TKE Alumni Scholarship

The TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University have established a $1000 scholarship that is available to graduating seniors (male or female). To be eligible, applicants must have maintained a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above from ninth grade through the first semester of their senior year. The applicant must be an accepted entering freshman by Northwest Missouri State University and nominated by a TKE alumnus. No specific major is required.

The TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship was established in 2007 by Peter J. Greve, who attended Northwest Missouri State University from 1970-74 and served as Delta Nu Chapter president in 1973-74.  A native of Elk Horn, IA, Pete died on March 21, 2009 after a six-month battle with cancer. He left behind his family, friends, and the TKE Alumni Scholarship program as part of his legacy.

TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University have established a $1000 scholarship that is available to graduating seniors (male or female). To be eligible, applicants must have maintained a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above from ninth grade through the first semester of their senior year. The applicant must be an accepted entering freshman by Northwest Missouri State University and nominated by a TKE alumnus. No specific major is required.

TKE alumni serve as evaluators and will review student transcripts, supporting information, and recommendation letters in their deliberations.  Applications are due February 1 each year for consideration.

This Scholarship was established in 2007 by Peter J. Greve, who attended Northwest Missouri State University from 1970-74 and served as Delta Nu Chapter president from 1973-74.  A native of Elk Horn, IA, Pete died on March 21, 2009 after a six-month battle with cancer. He left behind his family, friends, and the TKE Alumni Scholarship (that now bears his name) program as part of his legacy.

Now into its seventh year, the Peter J. Greve Memorial TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship PJG Scholarship continues to fulfill Pete's vision to help deserving high school seniors experience college life at Northwest Missouri State University.  Applicants were so outstanding that for the second consecutive year two Scholarships were awarded!

The scholarship committee proudly announces the 2014 recipient of the Peter J. Greve Memorial TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship is Ethan Moss.

Residing in Columbia, MO, Ethan is the son of Delta Nu alum, Stephen (scroll 927) Moss, and wife, Nancy.  His focus during high school is music; performing and competing in many ensembles, marching band and symphony.  His high school Director of Bands writes, “Ethan is respected by his peers and he demonstrates leadership qualities by being an example to others.  I give him my highest recommendation for anything he pursues towards his collegiate aspirations.”

Ethan is an Eagle Scout; and, member of Future Business Leaders of America, Catholic Church Youth Program, and A+ Program Volunteer.  Working since 13, Ethan will continue with part-time employment while in Maryville where he plans to study digital media and computer science, “…work in a company that captivates my interests which include percussion and the computer/gaming industry.  Ethan was nominated by Delta Nu alumnus Tony Dorrel, 930.  Good luck, Ethan!

TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University have established a $1000 scholarship that is available to graduating high school seniors (male or female). To be eligible, applicants must have maintained a high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above from ninth grade through the first semester of their senior year. The applicant must be an accepted entering freshman by Northwest Missouri State University and nominated by a TKE alumnus. No specific major is required.

The TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship was established in 2007 by Peter J. Greve, who attended Northwest Missouri State University from 1970-74 and served as Delta Nu Chapter president in 1973-74. A native of Elk Horn, IA, Pete died on March 21, 2009 after a battle with cancer.  He left behind his family, friends, and the TKE Alumni Scholarship program as part of his legacy.

TKE alumni serve as evaluators and will review student transcripts, supporting information, and recommendation letters in their deliberations. Applications are due February 1 each year for consideration.

For additional information on the Peter J. Greve Memorial TKE Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University Scholarship, please contact Bruce Barlow at tkedn533@comcast.net.

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To make a tax-deductable donation visit the Northwest Foundation’s online giving form, specify the Pete Greve/TKE Alumni Scholarship or contact Laurie Long at (660) 562-1248 or laurie@nwmissouri.edu.

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