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  • Scholarships and grants

    Central Fraternal Leadership Conference (AFLV Central) Scholarship

    The AFLV Central/NBGLC Student Scholarship is available to Delta Phi Lambda sisters attending the AFLV Central Conference. AFLV Central features joint workshops and presentations as well as a curriculum that will address specific issues facing the many councils within the fraternal community. This is an exciting opportunity where sisters can experience inclusive programming and collaboration between campus administrators, national organizations, and students to address issues like risk management, intake, intra-council relationships, and liability issues. Also included is specific information about current events and issues that impact the fraternity/sorority community on campus.

     

    Amount

    Three (3) to five (5) undergraduate registrations and travel reimbursement (up to $200 per recipient).

     

    Eligibility Criteria

    Must be a Delta Phi Lambda sister in good standing with the national organization.

    Must supply a letter from campus advisor.

     

    Amount

    Undergraduate registration and travel reimbursement (up to $200 per recipient).

     

    Eligibility Criteria

    Must be a Delta Phi Lambda sister in good standing with the national organization.

    Must supply a letter from campus advisor.

     

    Deadline

    Friday, December 13, 2019

     

    Click here to apply!

    Academic Excellence Scholarship

    The Delta Phi Lambda Foundation has supported our collegiate sisters through scholarships like the Academic Excellence Scholarship. If you have demonstrated academic excellence, powerful leadership and a desire to effect positive change, apply to become a collegiate scholar! Submit an application online with a one-page essay describing your career aspirations, leadership experiences, and your most significant achievement.

     

    Amount

    One scholarship in the amount of $1,000.

     

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Must be a sister of Delta Phi Lambda

    • Demonstrate financial need

    • Full-time enrollment at a college or university

    • Minimum GPA: 3.0/4.0

    Not currently taking applications

    The Hannah Seoh Alumnae Scholarship

    Since 2014, the Delta Phi Lambda Foundation has supported our alumnae sisters through alumnae scholarships like The Hannah Seoh Alumnae Scholarship. This alumnae scholarship was named for Hannah Seoh, former national president to Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. for her dedication to serving the sorority on a national level for over ten years.

     

    The Hannah Seoh Alumnae Scholarship can help graduate students and young professionals conduct research, study abroad, or pay for professional conferences. If you have demonstrated academic excellence, powerful leadership and a desire to effect positive change, apply to become an alumnae scholar!

     

    Amount

    One scholarship in the amount of $1,000.

     

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Must be a sister of Delta Phi Lambda
    • Graduate of any college or university
    • Demonstrate financial need

    Not currently taking applications

  • Foundation Scholars

    2010 to 2018

    Academic Excellence Scholarship

    Jemi Puno, Illinois State University

    Donna Nguyen, University of Cincinnati

    Linh My Tran, University of Georgia

    Houa Lee, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

    Brittany Tan, Depaul University

    Ngoc Nguyen, University of Cincinnati

     

    Hannah Seoh Alumnae Scholarship, a Professional Development Grant

    Nyla Lieu, University of Georgia

    Jennifer Albesa, University of West Florida

    Tiffany Yi, Loyola University Chicago

    Tiffany Yim, Loyola University Chicago

    Dina Puthenpurakal, Loyola University Chicago

     

    AFLV Central Leadership Conference Scholarship

    Priscilla Choi, Purdue University

    Charlene Kiser, Grand Valley State University

    Sharlene San Nicolas, University of West Florida

    Jeanette Agagas, University of West Florida

    Ina Kim, University of Cincinnati

    Whitney Renee Newton, Illinois State University

    Sapphire R. Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Jessica Young, Loyola University Chicago

    Mary Millar, Loyola University Chicago

    Shua Vang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

    Le Tran, Georgia Institute of Technology

    Huanyi Zhen, Loyola University of Chicago

    Kazoua Thao, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

    Windy Nguyen, University of Iowa

    Celina Yang, Grand Valley State University

    Victoria Le, Clemson University

    Anita Duong, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Min Hsuan (May) Lin, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Tammy Lu, Georgia State University
    Martina Pineda, University of Cincinnati
    Mengmo Zhou, University of Iowa

    Angela Harrington, Purdue University
    Rena Liu, University of Wisconsin at Madison
    Kasha Yang, University of Wisconsin at Madison
    Leighann Raksasouk, Georgia Institute of Technology

     

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