On behalf of the Board of Directors, thanks for visiting our website.
The Founders of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. recognized the importance of intellect in all matters pertaining to the advancement of humankind. As such, they made Scholarship the foremost of the Fraternity's four Cardinal Principles - Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift.
Scholarship is no side issue; it is an integral and deep-rooted component of this organization. Every member, Chapter, and District of the Fraternity is dedicated to Scholarship. Thus, the Rudolph W. Snowden Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. (RWSMSF) was established by the Brothers of the Mu Nu Chapter in March 1978 to help increase the number of African-American male college/university students, and to assist in the preservation of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by providing financial assistance to qualifying and deserving Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) African-American male, graduating high school seniors enrolling in HBCUs.
Enjoy navigating through our website to become more familiar with RWSMSF. Of course, please pause for a minute on the Donate page to see how you can donate to help us continue helping MCPS African-American male, high school graduating seniors start their HBCU journey.
Once again, thanks for the visit and continue to stop by every now and then to check us out and to help us out.
Robert Jamison, Jr.
Robert J. Jamison, Jr.
RWSMSF Board President
Incorporated by the Mu Nu Chapter, Montgomery County, Maryland, an unincorporated association of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Established by the Mu Nu Chapter, an unincorporated association of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.