The David D. Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship Program is funded by and named for Beta Omicron Chapter alumnus David D. Morgan. An entrepreneur, an insurance executive, and a leader within his industry and his fraternity, Brother Morgan has spent a considerable portion of his life helping others to be successful.
Whether through the offering of insurance products to association members across the country that help provide a greater peace of mind, or through his volunteer work with several Pi Kappa Phi chapters, Brother Morgan’s demonstrated commitment to helping people (especially his Pi Kappa Phi brothers) is a trademark of his personality. Distilling the lessons he learned growing up in Louisiana – lessons of hard work, industriousness, and self-determination – into the heart of this new initiative, the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation created the Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship Program in 2008.
The Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship Program seeks to recognize academic performance while encouraging active and sustained involvement in NSU all while remaining active in the affairs and operation of the Beta Omicron Chapter. At the core of the ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship program is the attitude that if you work hard, apply your talents, and simply go the “extra mile,” you will find success in life.
Sophomore, Junior and Senior members of the Beta Omicron Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity (Northwestern State) with a 2.75 cumulative average.
Recipients will receive a grants varying in amounts from $300 to $2,000. Recipients will be recognized during the annual Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship Banquet. All winners’ names will be added to a special plaque on display in the Beta Omicron Chapter House.
If you are considering applying for the scholarship, please order your transcript through the Northwestern State University Office of the Registrar.
Click this link for information on requesting an official transcript.
More than $50,000 has been distributed to dozens of Beta Omicron Chapter members at NSU.
Click here to view a list of past ‘Extra Mile’ Scholars.