Alpha Phi Foundation




Alpha Phi Foundation Scholarships are made possible by our generous donors.
Each year, the Foundation awards more than $200,000 in scholarships to outstanding Alpha Phis. Scholarship applications are due March 1 each year and scholarships
are awarded in July for use in the upcoming academic year.

Types of Scholarships
Merit-based: Available for any collegiate or alumna applicant who will pursue a graduate degree OR any collegiate applicant who will pursue an undergraduate degree and does not wish to be considered for need-based scholarships.

Need-based: The Foundation awards five need-based scholarships each academic year. These scholarships are available to any collegiate applicant who will pursue an  undergraduate degree, and anticipates having a significant financial need. Need-based applicants must complete the Need-Based Scholarship section of the application.


- Initiated members, collegians and alumnae, of Alpha Phi in good standing with the Fraternity.
- New members may apply, but should be initiated before May 15 of the current academic year.
Scholarship Uses
- Towards academic expenses, including tuition, course-related fees, and books and supplies required for course enrollment. Alpha Phi membership dues and/or room and board are not eligible academic expenses.
- During any term in the academic year for which they are awarded. Unused scholarship funding must be returned to Alpha Phi Foundation and cannot be held for future use.
- Full-time or part-time enrollment, a status defined in accordance with the full-time and part-time policies of the university/college.
Applications for the 2017-18 Scholarship Program are now closed. To learn more about the scholarship process in preparation for next year, please check out the resources below:

If you have any additional questions, please contact:
Rachel Ray, Program Manager

Scholarship amounts vary each year depending on investment returns. As a 501(c)(3) organization,
Alpha Phi Foundation can only fund endeavors considered charitable or educational.
Therefore, no grants can be used for collegiate dues and fees.