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Throwing Caps


Why Education?

Receiving a quality education has been proven to impact individuals on many levels: economically, socially, professionally, and more. We believe that equitable access to education is a key driver for growth within our community. Our previous efforts have been focused on providing scholarships to support post-secondary and graduate education, as well as funding programming that contributed to various educational initiatives across the country. Under our newly consolidated pillar of Education, we plan on continuing to focus on ensuring individuals can receive a quality education at all stages of their lives. This will include new initiatives that support K-12 and adult learning opportunities. We're excited to see how our targeted focus will help impact communities and support education for all. 

Our Scholarship Program

The Lambda Theta Alpha Foundation provides annual scholarships for students pursuing education at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. We aim to award $1,000 scholarships to seventeen students yearly who demonstrate commitment to advancing their community.

Over the last five years, through your gracious support, we’ve raised funds to award 84 stellar high school, undergraduate, and graduate students $1,000 scholarships!


Generous supporters like you help us to make the educational dreams of students nationwide a reality. Our scholarships help ease the burden of educational attainment for the next generation of leaders. Please consider donating today to continue our efforts.

The 2024 Application Period is now closed.

Education Resources & Funding Opportunities

Collegeboard Scholarship Database

Scholarship database with availability for filtering by focus, situation, and interest.


Instructions for completing the FAFSA and other tips.

Federal Student Aid Resources

Documents, webinars, and brochures for understanding Federal Student Aid.

Our Thoughts on the Recent SCOTUS Decision on Loans and Affirmative Action

Words from our President about the recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions

Preparing for Student Loan Repayment

Tips for repayment preparation.

Scholarship Recipient

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"This scholarship will enable me to complete my MPH and become a public health leader in a public-facing profession to present proven solutions and methods to policymakers and other institutions that are instrumental in improving the conditions of underrepresented communities across the globe." 

Johntrell Bowles

Graduate Recipient, Yale University


Scholarship Recipient

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"This scholarship will allow me to look into post-undergrad opportunities as I finish up my last year at the University of Florida. As a double-major in Health Science and Women's Studies with a minor in Health Disparities in Society and on the pre-medical track, my goal in life is to work with underrepresented communities in order to facilitate treatments, screenings, and access to care. More specifically, this scholarship will push me in the right direction in being able to attain a Master's of Public Health before heading to medical school. The positive impact this will bring me is undeniable as I will be able to explore opportunities, pay for my academic responsibilities, and navigate the different layers of the last year of my undergraduate degree. Thank you endlessly for this amazing scholarship! 

Rachael Rodrigues 

Undergraduate Recipient, University of Florida


Scholarship Recipient

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"I am grateful to the LTA Foundation Scholarship because it allows me to focus on my educational pursuits. Scholarships like the LTA Foundation are important because they allow students, at all levels, with additional opportunities to excel in our studies. 


As a member of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. I am thankful that the LTA Foundation and its true to service and scholarly excellence. Although I am still grappling with imposter syndrome in my doctoral program, I feel energized to know that my work has received this support". 

Ariana Ávila

Ph.D Candidate, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill


Scholarship Recipient

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“I decided to initiate a Student Success Center at my school with the Make the Road Youth Leaders. At the center students have access to Youth Leaders that help provide college access support. I aspire to invrea medical care access to underserved communities”.

Omar Husni

High School Recipient


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