Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Chi Omega offers merit based scholarships used to ease the financial burden of higher education. These are awarded on an annual basis. Click here to learn more.
Alpha Delta Pi
The Alpha Delta Pi Foundation is proud to award approximately 130 competitive academic scholarships each year with a total of more than $190,000 in scholarships. Award amounts vary up to $3,000, and scholarships are available for undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education study. Alpha Delta Pi members in good standing who have a 3.2 minimum cumulative GPA (unless otherwise noted) are encouraged to apply. Click here to learn more.
**note: There are around 130 academic scholarships that have award amounts that vary up to $3,000. Not only do scholarships go to undergraduate members, but also to graduate and continuing education study. Attached is a link to all of the available scholarships ADPi is offering this year.
Scholarship applications open up in November, are due in March, and are awarded in June, July, and August.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Initiated collegiate and alumnae members of Alpha Gamma Delta in Good Standing with the Fraternity are eligible to apply for Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study. Click here to learn more.
Be classified as an undergraduate Junior, undergraduate Senior or Graduate Student for the academic term in which the scholarship is awarded. (Note: You may be a sophomore during the application process).
Be enrolled full-time at the academic institution conferring their degree during the fall academic term.
**note: The foundation also provides SIS grants which are fully situational and need based that members can apply for at any time.
Alpha Xi Delta
The scholarship committee will evaluate applications based on academic performance, chapter and community involvement, need and letters of recommendation. All candidates are evaluated equally. Applicants will be considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. Please do not stipulate a specific scholarship. Please note the specific criteria for those scholarships that are available only to specific members or chapters. In some years, certain scholarships may not be awarded. Click here to learn more.
9 National Scholarships for Chi Omega. Click here to learn more.
**note: Chi Omega also offers one local scholarship that is awarded to 2 members each year. Each member would be awarded $400 and it is based on their involvement on campus in addition to financial need.
Delta Delta Delta
Undergraduate and graduate students that are initiated members of Delta Delta Delta in good standing are eligible to apply. The undergraduate and graduate scholarships have slightly different qualifications that are further described in the online application. Click here for more information.
Gamma Phi Beta
Gamma Phi Beta offers financial aid to members annually. Click here to learn more.
Kappa Alpha Theta
These are merit based, and each scholarship is a minimum of $1,000. They cannot be used for membership dues, but they can go toward tuition, books or school expenses. Around $700,000 is given out in scholarships annually. Click here to learn more.
To help members reach their educational goals, the foundation provides in excess of $263,000 in undergraduate, graduate and leadership scholarships to Kappa Deltas each year. These are annual scholarships. Click here to learn more.
**note: both involvement & need based; also had National level COVID scholarship this past spring to support members
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Most scholarships are $3,000 and are awarded for the following academic year. Click here to learn more.
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi Foundation provides more than $200,000 in undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships and alumnae continuing education (ACE) scholarships to Pi Phi collegians and alumnae every year. Each award is made possible through the generosity of donors to our Foundation. Click here to learn more.
**note: Kansas City Pi Beta Phi Scholarship and Special Needs Fund:
This scholarship was set up from alumnae clubs in the Kansas City area in order to serve and assist Pi Phi collegians attending schools in the midwest. It is a primarily needs based award and provides financial aid for $1,000, and academic achievement, community and extracurriculars, career goals, and Pi Phi involvement is considered.
Pi Beta Phi Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship:
Given from the Pi Beta Phi Foundation as a whole, and individual scholarship requirements and amounts vary. The general requirements to apply are:
-Full Time Student
-In good standing with the chapter
-Initiated Member of Pi Phi
Sigma Kappa Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships for academic expenses to both undergraduate and graduate students. Last year, 75 scholarships were provided by the Foundation to encourage and support the scholastic development of our collegiate and alumnae sisters. Since 1989, Sigma Kappa members have been awarded more than $1 million in scholarships. While many are designated for members of specific chapters, more than 20 are available to members at large. Click here to learn more.
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Zeta Tau Alpha
The ZTA Scholarship Program remains at the heart of the ZTA Foundation’s mission. Thanks to contributions from Zeta Tau Alpha alumnae chapters, collegiate chapters, members and friends, the Foundation awarded more than $849,550 to 299 graduate and undergraduate students for the 2019–2020 school year. This brings the total amount awarded in the past two years to more than $1.6 million. Click here to learn more.
**note: Zeta Tau Alpha Nationals gives out need-based scholarships to at least one member of each chapter. Usually, they are $200, but with COVID-19, two members of each Zeta Chapter received $1,000.
Greater Kansas City Alumnae Panhellenic Scholarship Fund
This scholarship opportunity assists sorority women who will be collegiate seniors or graduate students at a Kansas or Missouri school and who attended high school in the Kansas City metro (counties include: Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte and Ray counties in Missouri, and Johnson, Leavenworth, Miami and Wyandotte counties in Kansas). Click here to learn more.