More than 50 scholarships are provided by the Foundation to encourage and support the scholastic development of our collegiate and alumnae sisters. Since 1989, the Foundation has awarded more than $600,000 in scholarships.
General Scholarships: Sigma Kappa Foundation provides scholarships for Sigma Kappa members in good standing pursuing undergraduate and graduate level studies. View the complete list of all scholarships available.
Designated Scholarships: Sigma Kappa Foundation provides scholarships for Sigma Kappa members in good standing that are restricted by area of study, chapter of initiation, university of attendance, state of residence, years of service to Sigma Kappa or other designated criteria. View the complete list of designated scholarships.
Sigma Kappa Foundation accepts applications for all scholarships through one online form.
Complete details regarding the application process are distributed via email to all alumnae and collegiate chapters; this information should be shared with all collegiate and alumnae chapter members.
Unless otherwise stated, the online application for Foundation scholarships opens January 1 and closes March 15. Applications are due March 15 by Midnight EST and must be submitted using the online Scholarship Application.
Sigma Kappa Foundation requires two recommendations to be considered for any Foundation scholarships offered. The same two letters of recommendation may be used for all the scholarships for which you are applying. Recommendation letters are submitted using the online Scholarship Application.
FOR COLLEGIATE APPLICANTS: One of the recommendations must come from a chapter advisor, the collegiate province officer (CPO) or the collegiate district director (CDD). Other recommendation sources may be a corporation board member, chapter president, Panhellenic advisor, employer, professor/mentor.
Note: If applying for a scholarship that is designated by a restricted criteria, use a source related to the criteria.
Example: A Theta Tau Chapter advisor would write a recommendation for the Theta Tau Scholarship; a gerontology professor would write a recommendation for the Gerontology Scholarship, etc.
Review & Selection Process
Scholarship award recipients are notified by both mail and email on May 31; regret notices are sent to all other applicants. Following notice to award recipients, award acceptance agreements, official transcripts and enrollment verification and other requested materials are due within 30 days. After all required materials are received, scholarship award funds are disbursed directly to the college/university (no later than August 1).