The Lambda Theta Alpha Foundation provides annual scholarships for students pursing education at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. Our goal is to award $1,000 scholarships to seventeen students who demonstrate commitment to advancing their community.
Over the last three years, through your gracious support, we’ve raised funds to award 17 stellar high school, undergraduate, and graduate students $1,000 scholarships! That is over 50,000 in Scholarships in total thus far!
Our 2022-23 LTA Foundation Scholarship Campaigning is completed and we raised our goal for 2021 and will continue to aim to make the dreams of students who are supporting their communities through leadership and service a reality.
The 2022 Scholarship Application is CLOSED.
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The ideal candidate is one who demonstrates:
(1) academic success via a cumulative GPA no less than 2.8; (2) active involvement in making an impact on the community outside of their profession/job duties; and
(3) enrollment at a higher learning institution in Fall 2022.
If selected, you may be requested to do all or none of the following: (1) participate in a phone interview, (2) provide a video testimonial, (3) be asked for documentation to support the data you provided in your application, and/or (4) attend the Lambda Theta Alpha National Convention Awards Ceremony in July of 2022.
"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".
Ph.D Candidate, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
"Thanks to the scholarship, I am able to focus on my studies and finish my last year of grad school strong! Now I will be accomplishing my goal of getting my Masters in Public Health and using this degree to serve my community and their health needs”.
Marleen Jones - Pool
Yale School of Public Health
“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”.
High School Recipient