Zeta Phi Chapter Scholarship and Grant Program for Graduating High School Seniors
Academic and Achievement Scholarships
Scholarships ranging up to $1000 are awarded to recognized minority students in Indianapolis, who have attained outstanding academic achievement, or who show unusual artistic or creative promise.
Eligibility is based on academic achievement as reflected by class standing, grade point average (3.5 on a 4.0 system or its equivalent) SAT and/or ACT scores, special awards and/or citations. Outstanding artistic or creative achievement as evidenced by special awards and/or citations in their area of artistic endeavor, letters of reference from groups or induvial knowledgeable of the artistic or creative area attesting to the applicant’s achievement and potential.
Educational Grants ranging up to $500 are awarded to minority students in Indianapolis who have demonstrated the potential for success in postsecondary education. Eligibility is based on academic achievement as reflected by class standing and grade point average (2.5 on a 4.0 system or its equivalent), extracurricular activities, and financial need.
1. Applicants should complete the official Zeta Phi Scholarship and Grant online application form. CLICK HERE to access the online form.
2. Complete 300-500 word essay addressing your college goals and choice of major, what you intend to do with your education, and why a scholarship is important to you. Include any academic and non-academic accomplishments, personal characteristics, or experiences that make you uniquely worthy of scholarship consideration.
3. Upload a copy of your high school transcript.
4. Upload three letters of recommendations from responsible individuals who know of your past performances and future potential provide letters of reference to be submitted along with the application form. One of the forms must be from a current/past teacher or educator.
5. Applicants wishing to be considered for an Educational Grant must also complete Part II of the application, providing family financial information. Applicants applying for Academic and Achievement Scholarships are required to complete Parts I & III.
6. Submit completed application form, a copy of high school transcript and 3 letters of reference by April 30, 2019 for consideration for the upcoming academic year.