Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation endeavors to support the intellectual growth and social development of the next generation of African American males through educational programs, events and scholarships.
Five* Fort Worth area high school seniors, including one who is also a Grand Boulé
Scholar, were honored June 3, 2023 at Mira Vista Country Club, Fort Worth, TX
during the Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation’s scholarship awards reception.
Each recipient earned a four-year scholarship totaling $10,000 during the next four academic years.
Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation Board Members with Scholarship Recipients
Bishop Williams, a senior at Trinity Valley School, who earlier in June was named a Grand Boulé Scholar. Bishop graduated with a 3.8 grade point average and intends to enroll in the fall at the University of Texas—Arlington to major in mechanical engineering. He was awarded the Washington “Wash” Johnson Scholarship. Archon Johnson was a founding member of Delta Mu Boulé.
Amare Momoh is the recipient of the Nish Rodgers Scholarship. Amare attended Timberview High School in Mansfield and is planning to study aeronautical engineering at Texas A&M University. The scholarship is named for Archon Nish Rodgers, the first Sire Archon of Delta Mu Boulé.
Shemar Franklin (Photo Unavailable) was awarded the Harry Croxton Scholarship honoring Archon Croxton”s many years of service as treasurer of the Delta Mu Boulé Educational Foundation. Franklin is a senior at Mansfield High School and will enter the University of Texas—Dallas as a pre-med major.
Since its inception in 2001, the Delta Mu Boulé Foundation has distributed more than $70,000 to 50 college-bound students. Its mission is to support the intellectual growth and social development of the next generation of African American males through educational programs, events and scholarships.