Scholarships

Epsilon Tau Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is happy to offer scholarships to deserving high school seniors in our community. Our goal is to help deserving individuals achieve their career goals. We look forward to recognizing and honoring the academically talented students in the community.

Download the ETO Scholarship Application 2017

ETO Scholarship Application 2017

ETO Chapter and the ETO Foundation Award Over $11,000 in College Scholarships

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Althea Bonaparte (Greenville High Academy),  Princess Shorpshire (Governor’s School for the Arts), Alexis Blaine (Mauldin High School), Cristen Goldsmith (Mauldin High School), Dai Jackson (Mauldin High School), Courtney Bryson (Berea High School),  Ashlyn Davis (Mauldin High School), Makayla Smith (Daniel High School), Longinus Nnodim (Greenville High Academy), Datavious Jenkins (Blue Ridge High School),  and Alexus Harris (J L Mann High Academy).

2014 Scholarships Awarded to 10 Students

ETO is dedicated to recognizing and honoring academically talented students in our community. Three $1,500 scholarships were presented to recent high school graduates: SaRita Brewster, daughter of Ms. Kimberely Brewster will attend Winthrop University; Shaquavia Chiles, daughter of Ms. Trinette Chiles, will attend Clemson University; and Tatiana Brown, daughter of Ms. Letela Ellis and Mr. Courtney Brown, plans to attend Winthrop University.

Seven students will receive a $600 book award: JaCori Gambrell (Mrs. Valencia Gambrell and Mr. Jacob Gambrell) plans to attend the University of South Carolina; Nykila Norman (Ms. Ann Dodd and Mr. Fred Norman) will attend Birmingham Southern College; Shantel Brown (Mrs. Elaine Brown and Mr. Fudge Brown) will attend Clemson University; Patience Kearse (Mrs. Suwanda Kearse and Mr. Thurman Kearse) plans to attend Clemson University; La’Dasia Johnson (Mrs. Darlene Johnson and Mr. Timothy Johnson) will attend the University of South Carolina; Abrianna Satavia Means (Mrs. Carol Means and Mr. Christropher Means) will attend Howard University; and Ashley Renee’ Calhoun (Ms. Oletha Calhoun) plans to attend Winthrop University.

Congratulations and best wishes for a successful future!

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The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation seeks high-achieving high school seniors with financial need for its College Scholarship Program, the largest undergraduate scholarship in the nation. Selected students receive college planning support, ongoing advising, and up to $40,000 per year to attend a four-year accredited undergraduate institution. If you stand out for your exceptional academic abilities and achievements, persistence, leadership, and desire to help others, please visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation’s website to learn more. The application closes on November 4.

Download Scholarship Application

 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Education Advancement Foundation

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Education Advancement Foundation awards Merit, Financial Need and Youth Partners Accessing Capital (P.A.C) scholarships annually. Please click on the link below to view available scholarship opportunities.  The deadline for submission of the Merit and Financial Need Scholarship is April 15, 2015 and the P.A.C submission deadline is August 15, 2015. Please encourage our young people to apply. Thank you for your assistance.

 http://www.akaeaf.org/undergraduate_scholarships.htm