The Chambers McCain Foundation and Beta Delta Boulé Award first Boule Scholars Scholarship
Updated: Aug 6
Robert Dailey Selected as a Boulé Scholar
Beta Delta Boulé of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, chartered in North Carolina in 1977, is pleased to announce that Robert Dailey of Fort Mill, South Carolina has been selected as a Boulé Scholar for 2020. The Boulé Scholar Program provides a $10,000, 4-year scholarship to high achieving African American males in their final year of high school. Robert Dailey has been admitted to Northeastern University and plans to study Business.
The Boulé Scholars Program will annually award scholarships to eligible African American males. Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, founded in 1904, is the first of the African American, Greek-Letter Fraternities. In 2020, it has approximately 5,318 active members and 139-member boulés across the country and in The Bahamas and United Kingdom.