Delta Upsilon & John Williamson Frederick Peacock
Memorial Scholarship Awards
These scholarship awards are given to students of McGill University in
memory of the brothers of Delta Upsilon.
The Delta Upsilon Memorial Scholarship
The Delta Upsilon scholarship was first awarded in 1921 to commemorate
the fraternity's brothers who were killed in the Boer War and the first
and second World Wars. The funds for the DU scholarship were raised from
DU's, as well as their families and friends. The award continues to help
students to this day.
The Peacock Scholarship
The Peacock scholarship was first awarded in 1978 in memory of Flying
Officer Peacock '42, who was killed over France in 1944. The Peacock Scholarship
was funded by the estates of Flying Officer Peacock's parents.
Each year candidates from throughout McGill University apply for the
Delta Upsilon Memorial Scholarship. It is awarded to anyone attending
the school, not just members of the fraternity. Visit the McGill
University website - scholarships section for more information on
how to apply.
A list of the recipients since 1921 is available on request.