Daniel Burkett '06 Scholarship

The Daniel L. Burkett '06 Memorial Scholarship was established in honor of Danny Burkett '06, who had a special impact at the University of San Diego. The scholarship is open to all active members of social Fraternities and Sororities.  Students who show academic excellence and involvement in community service will best exemplify the spirit of this scholarship.

CURRENT USD STUDENTS: 
Apply by Feb. 29th to the Danny Burkett Scholarship. Find the essay question, eligibility criteria and online application at sandiego.edu/futurealumni

Danny graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Business Economics and in 2006 received the award of Academic Excellence in Business Economics. While at USD, he was a member of the prestigious Alcala Club, Omicron Delta Epsilon International Economics Honor Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity. His magnetic personality allowed him to touch the lives of many people. 

We invite you to give to the Daniel L. Burkett '06 Memorial Scholarship by visiting the dedicated Daniel Burkett Memorial Scholarship giving webpage.

For more information about the scholarship, visit http://dlbscholarship.com/.

Meet the USD Alumni Association Daniel L. Burkett Memorial Scholar for 2015-16:



Jordan Lemoine '16
Danny Burkett Memorial Scholarship

Jordan Lemoine is an International Relations major with a minor in Business Administration. He is the current President of Beta Theta Pi, a current member of Order of Omega, and formerly served on the Torero Program Board. Upon graduation, he plans to attend law school.

Jordan says, “I would first like to thank the family and friends of Danny Burkett for their passionate and committed service to the USD community. I am extremely honored to be receiving this scholarship, as Danny was an incredible individual. I hope that I can live up to the impact that he made in Greek Life and in the USD community. I would also like to thank the other alumni and donors who made this scholarship possible!”