William Fraering Award

Awarded to younger alumni who have rendered at least three years of outstanding service to Delta Tau Delta including, but not limited to, chapter advisors, alumni chapter presidents, house corporation members and division vice presidents. Eligibility is typically limited to alumni in the first 15 years following graduation. Named in honor of former international president William J. Fraering (Tulane, 1946).

Edwin Heminger Interfraternal Leadership Award

Awarded biennially at the Karnea for interfraternal service. Presented to an individual who has demonstrated the same dedication, interfraternal spirit and zeal as Edwin L. Heminger (Ohio Wesleyan, 1948), former president of Delta Tau Delta and of the North-American Interfraternity Conference.

Alfred Sheriff Award

Presented annually to one outstanding chapter advisor who demonstrates the qualities of former Executive Vice President Alfred P. Sheriff, III (Washington and Jefferson, 1949). Those qualities are the ability to be a principle-centered role model, unwavering dedication to the Fraternity at large and humble service to others.

John Nichols Bridge Builder Award

Awarded to alumni who have rendered at least three years of outstanding service to the establishment, development, or enhancement of a house corporation. The number of awards should be limited to 10 a year for the entire Fraternity. Nominations may be made by an undergraduate chapter, alumni chapter, or by individual alumni through the respective division president. The division president then forwards his recommendation to the Awards Committee. The award is to be presented at Karnea, division conferences, a special Delt gathering such as a chapter Founders Day event.

James Eaton Outstanding Recent Graduate Award

Intended to recognize recent graduates in good standing who have been alumni for five years or less. Nominees should demonstrate noteworthy career achievement or have rendered a particularly beneficial service to the international Fraternity.

William McLaughlin Award for Heroism

Intended to recognize exceptional heroism by members of the Fraternity. It is named for William L. McLaughlin (Ohio Wesleyan, 1906) for his exceptional bravery in rescuing victims of an infamous Chicago theater fire in 1906 which resulted in his own death.

Badge of Honor

The Badge of Honor in the Central Courtyard of the international headquarters includes the founders, all international presidents, and those Delts who have provided extraordinary service to Delta Tau Delta. Other than former international presidents, candidates for the Badge of Honor must receive the unanimous vote of the Arch Chapter and Board of Directors of the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation.


* Please note this form will comprise the basis of the recipient's biography when presented the award. Incomplete entries will not be accepted.

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