Below are the applications for the various awards to be presented at the 2010 National Convention. All applications are in Adobe PDF Format. If you have any questions about the applications or the awards process please contact Kevin Stinn.

Award Description
This award is presented to any outstanding alumnus contributing to colonization, chapter operations, or national programs.
This award is given annually to the chapter or colony producing and displaying the best scrapbook. The award is named in memory of professor William H. Baehr, an honorary member of Zeta chapter and former national historian. This award reflects Baehrís belief in the importance of preserving chapter histories.
This award is given annually to the active chapter or colony exhibiting the best overall management. The award is named for Larry Edwards, an alumnus of Zeta chapter and former national president.
This award is given annually to the outstanding collegiate member of Beta Sigma Psi. The award is named in memory of the Rev. Erck, longtime pastoral advisor to Delta chapter. The award includes a cash prize given by the Educational Foundation.
This award is given annually to the chapter or colony with the best membership education program. Not only does it take into account a groupís new member education program, it also stresses the presence of educational programming for all members. The award recognizes the importance of a chapter or colony to be knowledgeable about its own history and policies as well as those of the National Fraternity.
This award is given annually to the active chapter or colony exhibiting the best scholarship program in the National Fraternity. The award is named for John Hingst, an alumnus of Beta chapter and former national president.
This award, sponsored by the Educational Foundation, is an annual scholarship that recognizes collegiate members who demonstrate Christian leadership and personal interest in the spiritual well-being of their fellow fraternity brothers. The award is named after Timothy Kettler, who was an active member of Eta Chapter at the University of MissourióRolla and passed away in a tragic car accident in 1990. After existing for fifteen years as an Eta Chapter award, collegiate members of all chapters are eligible to apply.
This award is presented to individuals who provide outstanding service to the Lutheran church.
This award is given annually to the chapter or colony with the best recruitment program. The award is named for William H. Welge, one of Beta Sigma Psiís founding fathers who served as national president and also as the first national field organizer.
 
Last Updated on: Friday, 20 November 2009