Jack L. Anson Undergraduate Award
Note: This application is due March 1st.
Presented in recognition of an undergraduate member for outstanding interfraternal service to his Greek community. The award memorializes Jack L. Anson, Colgate ’47, who joined the Fraternity’s professional staff in 1948 and began an unprecedented 22-year career with Phi Kappa Tau as Field Secretary, Assistant National Secretary and then Executive Director. During this period, he also served as editor of The Laurel. In late 1970, he was named the first executive director of the North-American Interfraternity Conference. At his death in 1990, he was serving on the Fraternity’s National Council, had been named president-elect and was writing the 20th edition of Baird’s Manual of American College Fraternities.