2018 Espilon Nu Omega Endownment Fund Scholarship Program

"Phenomenal Woman: Imagine the Possibilities"


Alpha Kappa Alpha is the first sorority founded by African American college women in 1908
at Howard University in Washington D.C. Our chapter has been a part of the Denver
and Colorado community for over sixty-five years. During this time, we have honored
many young women for attaining a high school diploma and pursuing a degree in higher education and awarded thousands of scholarship dollars...
And this year is no different!



Program Highlights
Highlights of this years’ program include leadership and self-development workshops
to assist in the college preparedness of young women.
The two workshops being held will cover topics including financial literacy,
social media etiquette, and interviewing skills, to name a few.

These workshops will be open to High School Junior and Senior students.
Workshops will be held on February 24, 2018 and March 24, 2018.

High School Seniors participating in both program workshops and
meeting additional requirements may be considered for scholarship support through
The Epsilon Nu Omega’s Endowment Fund Scholarship Program.
Scholarship applications and deadlines will be made available to those High School
Senior applicants meeting the minimum requirements to apply.


2018 Scholarship Awards
Diamond Scholarship ($2000)
Gold Scholarship ($1,500)
Silver Scholarship ($1,000)

The Diamond, Gold, and Silver Scholarships are awarded to graduating and
exceptional High School Senior Girl who demonstrate strengths 
in high academic (G.P.A.) achievement, community service, and school involvement.

  Community Service Scholarship ($1,500)
The Community Service Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding High School Senior Girl
that demonstrates exceptional leadership and dedication to their community through their
demonstration of their commitment to community service. 

HBCU Scholarship ($1,000)
The HBCU Scholarship is awarded to a graduating High School Senior Girl who is planning
on attending or has been accepted to a Historically Black College or University this fall. 
The legacy of Historically Black Colleges and University represent the legacy of
Alpha Kappa Alpha, which makes the HBCU scholarship exceptional. 

  Ivy Vine Social Justice Award ($700)
The Ivy Vine Social Justice is awarded to a High School Senior Girl who demonstrates
an extreme passion for social justice issues, in both beliefs and actions.

Pearl-severance Award ($500)
The Pearl-severance is  awarded to a High Senior Girl who has demonstrated
perseverance through challenging circumstances.

  Green Apple Book Award(s)
(varied amount)

Awarded to a High School Senior Girl who demonstrates extenuating financial need. 




Program application window is now closed.
If you have already submitted information electronically or by mail,
please watch for further communications via phone and email.

Senior Participants, additional scholarship information has been sent to you directly and should be returned via postal mail, postmarked by February 17, 2018.

Please send to:

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Epsilon Nu Omega Scholarship Program
P.O. Box 370753 Denver, CO 80237


Questions regarding the application process may be directed to the program co-chairs at scholarship@epsilonnuomega.com 



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