Mary Frances "Chan" Driscoll Kappa Alpha Theta Scholarship

Hank Paup and Ted Paup chose to remember their mother by establishing the Mary Frances “Chan” Driscoll Kappa Alpha Theta Scholarship in her honor. Chan was a beloved member of the Midland community, having called it home for more than 60 years. A graduate of the University of Texas, where she began her lifelong association with the Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, she later served twice as president of the Midland Theta alumnae chapter. Chan was active in numerous community endeavors including Junior League of Midland, Midland-Odessa Symphony, First Presbyterian Church, and Midland Panhellenic Association.

Applicant must be a graduate of a public or private high school located in Midland County, Texas, and enrolled at one of the following Texas schools:
• Baylor University
• Southern Methodist University
• Texas A&M University
• Texas Christian University
• Texas Tech University
• University of Texas at Austin
• University of Texas at Dallas

Applicant must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority as a returning sophomore, junior or senior; no returning 5th-year students may apply.

A letter of reference from the chapter president will be required.

Hank Paup and Ted Paup
Supplemental Questions
  1. In a typed essay not to exceed 500 words, address the importance in your life of the Theta core values (personal excellence, friendship/sisterhood, scholarship, service, and leadership).
  2. A letter of reference from the chapter president is a requirement of this scholarship's application process. Provide the name and email address below for the chapter president.