Meet the 2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients

by Alpha Phi Foundation in Impact

Alpha Phi Foundation scholarships unlock opportunities that help graduate and undergraduate Alpha Phis become leaders in their fields. This year, through the generosity of Alpha Phi alumnae and donors, over $340,000 was awarded to 70 Alpha Phis.

Together, we continue to encourage women scholars to reach higher and achieve more. We believe the knowledge and experiences they gain will maximize their lifelong impact in their industries and communities. The Foundation is proud to recognize the remarkable women who are our 2019-2020 scholarship recipients. 

Meet the graduate and undergraduate scholars below and follow @alphaphifoundation on Instagram to learn more about the Scholarship Program throughout the year!

Bailey Bernknopf

Canadian Centennial Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Theta (Wilfred Laurier)
Area of Study: MD

This scholarship will assist me in paying my medical school tuition. I have wanted to be a doctor since I can remember, and I am so grateful to the Alpha Phi Foundation for providing me with financial assistance to make it possible.

Charlotte Blatt

Craig Hester/Hester Capital Management LLC Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Kappa (Dartmouth)
Area of Study: JD

I am so grateful to the Alpha Phi Foundation’s generous support of my Juris Doctor degree. I aim to use my legal education to fight for justice and to provide direct service to others.

Katie Clark

Virginia Coleman Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins)
Area of Study: MD

The support that my Alpha Phi family has shown me through this scholarship will be instrumental in helping to finance my final year of medical school and to make my dream of becoming a physician a reality.

Mia Corazzi

Mary Yearsley Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Alpha-Illinois
Area of Study: Physical Therapy

This scholarship will help finance my graduate school education to earn my Doctorate of Physical Therapy!

Taylor Corsi

Marilyn Bracken Ruckman Scholarship

Chapter: Eta Sigma (Lafayette)
Area of Study: MD

I am incredibly grateful to be the Marilyn Bracken Ruckman Scholarship recipient. This financial commitment to my medical degree will allow me to better focus on my pursuit to advance the interconnected social and physical well-being of women and girls across the world.

Rachel Esparza

Kay Wainwright Nixon Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Phi (St. Francis)
Area of Study: MD

I am incredibly thankful to my Alpha Phi sisters for helping me get so close to my dream of becoming a doctor! The support you’re providing me with this scholarship will help take my mind off finances as I embark on my research year and reach the end of my time at Yale School of Medicine.

Lauren Howser

Joan Merritt Holmes Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Tau (Indiana)
Area of Study: MD

This scholarship will assist me in following my dreams to become a physician and leader in the healthcare industry. It is a long route to take, but I love helping patients and am very excited for the future.

Lexi Kelter

Rachel G. Smylie Theta Chapter Scholarship

Chapter: Theta (Michigan)
Area of Study: MD

I will use the Rachel G. Smylie Theta Chapter Scholarship towards my medical education at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. As a proponent of mental health reform, I have decided to pursue a career as a psychiatrist with the goal of altering the depiction of mental illness.

Reeve Lanigan

Frances Cameron Wiig Scholarship

Chapter: Eta Sigma (Lafayette)
Area of Study: LLM/MSC in Criminal Justice/Human Rights Law

Having this financial assistance will allow me to pursue an LLM in Criminal Justice & Penal Change at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. This program will provide me an essential platform from which to develop my professional career where I will be able to redress issues of gendered violence and human rights abuses. I am grateful that I will not only be able to investigate the intersection of law, crime, and justice, but also apply what I learn from other nation’s legal systems to my future work in the US as a lawyer and eventual judge.

Courtney Liu

Alison Beth Drucker Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Nu (Duke)
Area of Study: Masters of Fine Arts in Dance

Courtney Liu will pursue an MFA in Dance at Duke University this Fall. Her thesis is inspired by her experience as a professional dancer/teacher (Phantom of the Opera Broadway Cast, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake) and will explore the connections between ballet education, body image, and weight.

Olya Lukashina

Carol Klink Claussen Scholarship

Chapter: Epsilon Rho (UC Davis)
Area of Study: Applied and Computational Mathematics

The Carol Klink Claussen Scholarship will help me pursue my Masters Degree in Applied Mathematics.Thank you, Alpha Phi Foundation, for your generosity!

Abbie Morlock

Diane Keenum Hite Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Pi (North Dakota)
Area of Study: JD

I am extremely grateful to know that Alpha Phi alumnae and their family support my education to fund scholarships that aid me through my studies. Their dedication and commitment will enable me to pursue my academic goals in becoming an attorney.

Charlotte Musgrove

Madge H. Lesher Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Epsilon (Arizona)
Area of Study: Nursing

With the help of this generous scholarship I will be able focus all of my time on becoming the best nurse I can be. I can’t wait to care for my future patients and make a difference in their lives, thank you so much to the Alpha Phi Foundation.

Sarah Myers

Doris Corbett Scholarship

Chapter: Rho (Ohio State)
Area of Study: Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program

This scholarship from the Alpha Phi Foundation is greatly assisting me in my pursuit of becoming a doctor as I enroll in a Post-Baccalaureate Program at Johns Hopkins after completing my Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Ohio State. I am so grateful to Alpha Phi for acknowledging my passion towards this journey and contributing to my efforts.

Mary D. De Nora

Nancy Pitchforth Patton Scholarship

Chapter: Lambda (UC Berkeley)
Area of Study: Technical Communication and Rhetoric

The Alpha Phi Foundation scholarship will help me complete my PhD in technical communication at the number one technical communication program in the nation. This scholarship helps me to make an impact in STEM for both women and Alpha Phi’s. Thank you so much to the family and friends of Alpha Phi, the thoughtful donors that invest in our future as Alpha Phi leaders!

Katherine Phillips

Mary Miller Lyons Scholarship

Chapter: Delta (Cornell)
Area of Study: MD

I am deeply honored to be the recipient of this generous scholarship from Alpha Phi towards my medical school education in pursuit of my passion for cardiothoracic surgery. I have spent the past several years, including my senior honors thesis, researching regenerative cures for heart failure and have seen first-hand the tremendous life-saving potential of the research at the heart of the Alpha Phi Foundation. I have received so much encouragement and love from my many dear friends and mentors in Alpha Phi.

Keara Pina

Constance Purkiss Kelly

Chapter: Lambda (UC Berkeley)
Area of Study: Masters of Public Policy

This scholarship will assist me in completing my Masters in Public Policy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. I am going into my second year of the program and hold leadership roles in the Graduate Student Association, the Association of Masters of Public Policy Students and the Luskin Leaders Fellowship Program.

Casey Schooff

Beverly Lasher Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Theta (Michigan)
Area of Study: Master of Science Physician Assistant

The Beverly Lasher Memorial Scholarship will enable me to attend Rutgers University this upcoming fall and fulfill my dream of becoming a physician assistant.

Stephanie Schulman

Maxine English Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Epsilon (Arizona)
Area of Study: Masters in Nursing

The scholarship from the Alpha Phi Foundation is helping me achieve my goal of becoming a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. I hope to provide care for women throughout their life to empower them and promote their health and well-being.

Madisen Swallow

Eloise Howell Scholarship

Chapter: Delta (Cornell)
Area of Study: Masters of Science, Educational Studies – Secondary Science

I am currently a Middle School Science Teacher in New Haven as a Teach for America Corps Member, an Americorps organization devoted to educational equity. It is an honor to receive the Eloise Howell Scholarship which will support my completion of a Masters of Science in Educational Studies from Johns Hopkins.

Amanda Tjitro

Helen Bradford Graduate Scholarship

Chapter: Kappa Beta (UC San Diego)
Area of Study: MD

Alpha Phi’s support of my medical education allows me to achieve my lifelong goal of helping others maintain their best and healthiest selves. With Alpha Phi’s help, I’m able to serve on global medical missions, volunteer at free clinics, pursue research opportunities, and grow as an individual and physician.

Allysha Yasuda

Mabel Cooper Lamb Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Zeta (Idaho)
Area of Study: MD

Nelson Mandela once said, “education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world,” and I plan on using mine to do just that by empowering and healing my patients. Without this scholarship, my dream of becoming a physician would not be possible.

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Catherine Argo

Anne Williams Muhl Scholarship

Chapter: Omicron (Missouri)
Area of Study: Psychology

This scholarship will help to further my thirst for knowledge both in my academics and life experiences.

Anisa Ashraf

Sigma Scholarship

Chapter: Sigma (Washington)
Area of Study: Engineering

This scholarship will allow me to pursue medical innovation in my bioengineering research lab further. It will give me the opportunity to focus more of my efforts in the lab, instead of taking on more work hours to assist in paying for my education.

Jordyn Austin

Lucy Hart Finnerty Phi Chapter Centennial Scholarship

Chapter: Phi (Oklahoma)
Area of Study: Chemistry and Biochemistry/Pre-Medicine

This scholarship will assist me in funding my current undergraduate education of a major in Chemistry and minor in Spanish at OU as well as my future education in medical school.

Vivienne Ayala

Lambda 100th Year Anniversary Scholarship

Chapter: Lambda (UC Berkeley)
Area of Study: Economics

This scholarship will allow me to enrich both my professional skills and personal experience, from improving my data analysis and coding capabilities to exploring new horizons like photography.

Sarah Banks

Foundation Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Upsilon (Washington University)
Area of Study: Psychology

“What is meant for you will reach you even if it is beneath two mountains, and what is not meant for you will not reach you even if it is between your two lips…” This scholarship gift will help enable me financially to begin my path as an aspiring psychologist/anthropologist. I hope to explore different cultures and lifestyles around the world in order to educate myself on various perspectives of psychology across the globe.

Frances Befort

Marjorie V. Dove Scholarship

Chapter: Upsilon (Washburn)
Area of Study: Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

The Marjorie V. Dove Scholarship will allow me to focus on my education in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology without financial distraction. My education is extremely important, and will foster the pursuit of my dreams to become a physician and continue the Alpha Phi legacy of strong, intelligent, and professional women in my community.

Adisyn Blair

John R. and Cecile D. Richards Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Iota (Texas Tech)
Area of Study: Psychology

Due to the generosity of the Alpha Phi Foundation, I am able to continue my application process for graduate school without the worry of financial distractions. This scholarship motivates me to continue my work as an undergraduate research assistant in psychology, and to further pursue a career in counseling psychology.

Kathryn Cesiel

Sally McCall Grant Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Epsilon (Kettering)
Area of Study: Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

This scholarship will help me to afford additional time in school in order to pursue two degrees in engineering.

Brittany Cleary

Foundation Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Kappa (Dartmouth)
Area of Study: Biology

I’m a biology major because I’m fascinated by the way microscopic molecules underly every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Ultimately, I hope to go to medical school and work as a physician in a high-impact, high-intensity specialty such as surgery or emergency medicine.

Madison Cook

BB Class of 63′ 40th Anniversary Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Beta (Michigan State)
Area of Study: Advertising

As a pre-law major I have a lot of school ahead of me and this will enable me to get ahead in my credits.

Anna Ensminger

Mabel Cowlishaw Siggins Scholarship

Chapter: Delta Tau (LSU)
Area of Study: Finance

As a business major aiming to attend graduate school and earn my MBA, avoiding undergraduate debt is crucial. Receiving the Alpha Phi scholarship will be immensely helpful in achieving my goals in an affordable way and will help me to accomplish my future endeavors.

Kacey Finch

Foundation Scholarship

Chapter: Kappa Eta (Flordia)
Area of Study: Journalism

This scholarship will allow me finish out my college career at the University of Florida without having to take out more loans. I am grateful to Alpha Phi for helping me finish my college education.

Christina Glaser

Margaret Garth Steinert Greene Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins)
Area of Study: Cognitive Science

Thanks to Alpha Phi, I will be able to concentrate on becoming a better pre-medical student by spending more time doing research and volunteering in my community. This will prepare me for my dream of going to medical school and becoming a surgeon without having to bear the full financial burden.

Jodi Graf

Sally Hepler Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Eta Sigma (Lafayette)
Area of Study: Chemical Engineering

I am honored to accept this scholarship to advance my education in chemical engineering, which will allow me to achieve my goal of saving lives working within the pharmaceutical industry.

Carly Gray Sincavitch

Foundation Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Rho (Clemson)
Area of Study: Political Science & Philosophy

This scholarship from the Alpha Phi Foundation will further my academic career during my last year at Clemson University, and allow me to continue pursuing my goal of attending law school and working in public policy.

Rhyann Green

Gamma Nu 50th Anniversary Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Nu (Miami University)
Area of Study: Psychology

This scholarship will go towards my academic tuition enabling me attend my dream university while preparing for graduate school. I hope to attend a graduate program after graduation and obtain my Masters degree to become a Physician Assistant.

Leigh Elizabeth Hanson

Nu Centennial Scholarship

Chapter: Nu (Nebraska)
Area of Study: Accounting

Alpha Phi has played a very influential and pertinent role in my college career. After serving as the Vice President of Finance and involving myself wholeheartedly in this organization, it is rewarding to receive this scholarship in return, as it means I am able to continue my involvement in Alpha Phi.

Allison Hardebeck

Linda Trinh Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins)
Area of Study: Public Health and Sociology

This scholarship allows me to complete meaningful professional experiences in the social policy sector, including a summer research position at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. After graduation, I plan to continue pursuing research opportunities that focus on ways to address structural inequality in cities across the country.

Allison Head

Darcel Atwill Weller Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Iota (Texas Tech)
Area of Study: Human Sciences

This scholarship will assist my pursuit of becoming an orthodontist by aiding my undergraduate degree of Human Sciences and Pre-Dental studies. Along with this, I will be able to continue as an undergraduate researcher in the study of addiction and recovery studies.

Alexa Howser

Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Tau (Indiana)
Area of Study: Biology

This scholarship will certainly alleviate the pressure of finances for me this school year and allow me to focus more on my school work and extracurricular activities, such as my involvement in my virology research lab and my activities with Alpha Phi.

Samantha Kerns

Courtney Andreas-Gray Scholarship

Chapter: Lambda (UC Berkeley)
Area of Study: Political Science

As a student who is paying for their own college tuition, I greatly appreciate all scholarships I am granted that facilitates my access to a higher education. I worked hard to gain a chance to be the first in my family to graduate from college and scholarships give me the ability to have this opportunity.

Jamie Klapp

Kathleen Feeney Hiemstra Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Beta (Loyola Marymount)
Area of Study: Biology

This scholarship will allow me to earn a bachelor of science in biology at Loyola Marymount University. My undergraduate education will enable me to attend medical school and work toward my aspiration of becoming a pediatrician.

Taran Langston

Marjorie V. Dove Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Xi (Wichita State)
Area of Study: Criminal Justice and Social Work

This scholarship will greatly benefit me, because I will be receiving degrees in both Criminal Justice and Social Work. It will allow me to focus more on my internship and education.

Catherine Lawton

Clara Bradley Burdette Founders Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Pi (Case Western Reserve)
Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering

To receive this scholarship from an organization I admire means so much to me and my family. It means I can continue to have the opportunity to explore my passions for research, service, and sisterhood before attending medical school.

Monica Malone

Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Pi (Case Western Reserve)
Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering

The Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship will greatly contribute to my academic expenses this year, allowing me to focus on my education and pursue more opportunities at my university. By reducing my financial stress, I will have more time to focus on my passion for biomedical engineering and achieve my goal of positively impacting the medical field.

Kali Marie Mayer

Octavia Born Brooks Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma (DePauw)
Area of Study: Anthropology

Through this scholarship I am able to pursue my degree in anthropology, and hopefully work for a non-profit one day. Because of this scholarship I am able to study abroad next year in New Zealand, ultimately broadening my educational experience and aiding me in better preparing myself for my future after college!

Morgan McCoy

John and Sharon Spraker Barnes Scholarship

Chapter: Phi (Oklahoma)
Area of Study: Chemical Engineering

Alpha Phi has provided me many growth and leadership opportunities in my college career. I am grateful for this scholarship that will be an impactful contribution to my senior year, as a Chemical Engineering major at the University of Oklahoma.

Savannah J. Meeker

Beta Omicron Anniversary Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Omicron (Bowling Green)
Area of Study: Biology

This generous contribution will go a long way in helping me achieve my goal of graduating from the BGSU Honors College with a major in International Business and a minor in Spanish. Alpha Phi will forever have a special place in my heart, and one day, I too will make an impact on helping women chase their dreams.

Nanami Murata

Beta Delta Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Delta (UCLA)
Area of Study: Physiological Science

With the help of the Alpha Phi Foundation Scholarship, I will be able to continue my undergraduate education at UCLA and pursue my dream of going to medical school afterwards.

Michaela Norgren

Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Eta Chi (Bishop’s)
Area of Study: Biochemistry

Through my education in Sustainable Agriculture, I hope to promote environmental stewardship while creating food security in my community. This program will help me pursue my goals of building a resilient food system.

Lilli Peters

Jennifer Lynne Brooks Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Iota Zeta (Colorado School of Mines)
Area of Study: Mechanical Engineering

This scholarship helps me take the extra courses I need to fully round out my education as an aspiring engineer.

Rachel Pfutzenreuter

Martha Jarvis Sutton Scholarship

Chapter: Epsilon (Minnesota)
Area of Study: Finance

This scholarship not only provides me with the financial support to continue my education, but it gives me the extra confidence and motivation to set challenging goals, and to achieve them. I am filled with gratitude and joy, knowing there is a community of people who believe in me.

Lauryn Praet

Kristy Burgener Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Alpha (Illinois)
Area of Study: Interdisciplinary Health Sciences

I am both honored and thankful to have been awarded the Kristy Burgener Memorial Scholarship. The gift of this generous scholarship will allow more time to focus on my studies as well as continue to serve Alpha Phi and the community in my role of Director of External Philanthropy, rather than have to work additional hours.

Victoria Reznikov

Linda Gardner Massie Scholarship

Chapter: Eta Omicron (Virginia Tech)
Area of Study: Microbiology

This generous scholarship will contribute directly to my academic expenses by providing financial assistance to help me reach my goal of medical school. In addition, receiving this scholarship has inspired me to work even harder, and has given me more confidence to excel.

Riley Rojas

Joan Covert Doupé Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Delta (UCLA)
Area of Study: Political Science

This scholarship will continue to help me stay in Alpha Phi at UCLA and will help me to pursue business and fashion. Last year I started a clothing line and this scholarship will help me grow my company.

Gabriella Ruskay-Kidd

Maj Britt Kaal – ΖΥ 20th Anniversary Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Upsilon (Washington University)
Area of Study: Psychology & Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

My educational pursuits would not be possible without the support of scholarships like this one; in reducing my financial burdens, I’ve been able to focus on my goal of entering the field of social work, doing counseling and emotional wellness care for vulnerable youth. This scholarship will also allow me to expand my social and professional network through Alpha Phi, without the stress of paying expensive dues. I am incredibly grateful for these relationships and lifelong connections, which I know will serve me well as I leave college and enter the professional world.

Amanda Salas

Marlyn G. Frazier Scholarship & Sharon Petzold Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara)
Area of Study: Communication and Sociology

As a first-generation college student, I have worked hard to finance attending my dream university UC Santa Barbara. Going into my senior year, it is such an honor to receive this scholarship for my final year of college!

Morgan Schenck

Delta Xi – Amber Weitzel Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Delta Xi (Nebraska Kearney)
Area of Study: Chemistry

I am sincerely honored to have been selected as the recipient of the Delta Xi – Amber Weitzel Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship will allow me to finish my final year of my undergraduate degree at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and continue my education at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the Fall of 2020.

Hana Seastedt

Abby Dorsa Sobrato Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara)
Area of Study: Public Health Science

The Abby Dorsa Sobrato Memorial Scholarship will help me achieve my goal of becoming a doctor and working in the field of public health. It will help give me the opportunity to give back to the world in a way that I could have never imagined possible.

Taylor Seyl

Sally Mitchell Milam Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Iota (Texas Tech)
Area of Study: Psychology

This scholarship will aid me in completing my undergraduate degree at Texas Tech so that I can apply to medical school post-graduation and pursue a career in medicine.

Jordyn Shelton

Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Epsilon (Arizona)
Area of Study: Pre-Business

Because of the of the Alpha Phi Foundation & this scholarship, I will be able to continue my focus on my academics and living my life more like Jane Sinclair Kinney. Alpha Phi and its exceptional members inspire me to live life generously through service and kindness and I am forever grateful for this honor.

Elyssa Smith

Margaret Beery Doe Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Delta (UCLA)
Area of Study: Biology

As a first generation, out-of-state student, getting through college financially has proven to be a struggle. It is generous organizations like Alpha Phi that make pursuing my academic dreams possible.

Mackenzie Starnes

Irving H. & Marion L. Frank Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Eta (Boston)
Area of Study: Hospital Administration

The sisters and alumnae of the Eta chapter at Boston University have supported me when academia was seemingly insurmountable. With this scholarship, I am one step closer to joining the renowned medical community of the Greater Boston Area.

Journie Talley

Vicki Silverman Memorial Scholarship

Chapter: Gamma Pi (Arizona State)
Area of Study: Supply Chain and Sustainability

My parents recently stopped paying for my education, Alpha Phi is helping me to continue my studies.

Kyra Terrana

Ruth Allingham Soriano Scholarship

Chapter: Sigma (Washington)
Area of Study: Sociology and Communications

This scholarship will allow me to delve deeper into my academic interests by providing me the financial support needed to purse two majors at the University of Washington.

Maria Viscomi

Foundation Scholarship

Chapter: Zeta Pi (Case Western Reserve)
Area of Study: Psychology

This scholarship will allow me to go on my second short term study abroad! I went on a Bioethics trip to Amsterdam and fell in love with both the field of study and Europe.

Victoria Workman

Valerie Lawlor Scholarship

Chapter: Omicron (Missouri)
Area of Study: Architectural Studies

This scholarship will help my academic endeavors by allowing me to focus strictly on my education and not on working to pay for school.

Thyme Zuschlag

Edwynne C. Rosenbaum Scholarship

Chapter: Beta Gamma (Colorado)
Area of Study: Aerospace Engineering

With the support from Alpha Phi, I will continue to pursue my degree in aerospace engineering and minor in computer science and I plan on interning at Lockheed Martin next summer. I can not wait to get out in the real world where I believe I can truly have a major impact on the things that I am passionate about.

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Scholarship Program

Through the generosity of donors, Alpha Phi Foundation awarded over $340,000 in merit and need-based scholarships to graduate and undergraduate Alpha Phis for the 2019-2020 academic year. The 2020-2021 scholarship application will open December 1, 2019. Learn more about the Scholarship Program.

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