Why Support The Scholarship Fund

The Mu Zeta Chapter Scholarship Fund is committed to support students in advancing their education by providing scholarships to recognize leadership and academic achievements, in addition to, financially support those in need.


I was fortunate to afford an internship opportunity to work for a senator in Washington, D.C. because of a scholarship I’ve received through the College of Liberal Arts. That internship experience then became a full-time job where I served another prominent senator. I strongly believe in giving back and investing in our fellow brothers through a similar scholarship program so that they can focus on becoming future leaders and not have to worry about how to afford their tuition or the unpaid internship experience that they need to succeed.

- Brother Christopher Samp


I was fortunate enough to receive a scholarship during my four years at Rochester Institute of Technology, less financial burdens so I could focus on my studies. I have received several honors including Outstanding Undergraduate Scholar and Summa Cum Laude. All of this leads me to receive guarantee of minimum 20% merit scholarship for my Masters studies. Small donation does make a big difference in somebody’s financial situation!

- Brother Andrew Stadnicki


I was blessed to receive scholarships from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Because of the scholarships, it made my education way more financially possible. With that, I had the opportunity to be involved on campus as a fraternity brother, Senior Resident Advisor, and ASL Consultant. I had received two different internship opportunities because of the education and network at Rochester Institute of Technology

- Brother Noah Blankenship

Measuring Success

  • The Mu Zeta chapter proudly served over 800 community service hours in 2017 - 2018 Academic Year.
  • The Mu Zeta chapter proudly raised over $4,400 dollars for St. Baldrick's event on April 23, 2018.
  • 97% of the Mu Zeta chapter brothers are member in other campus organizations.
  • 44% of the Mu Zeta chapter brothers are in leadership position in other campus organizations.
  • The Mu Zeta chapter proudly earned 3.041 GPA for Spring 2018 (2175) semester.
  • 13 out of 26 brothers of the Mu Zeta chapter earned above 3.00 GPA in Spring 2018 semester.
  • 11 out of 27 brothers of the Mu Zeta chapter earned above 3.00 GPA in Fall 2018 semester.