Scholarships

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Foundation Scholarship Applications

Leads in her major. Researches tirelessly. Earns departmental honors. Academic excellence is a point of pride for Chi Omegas. In recognition of the exceptional accomplishments of our members, the Chi Omega Foundation awards scholarships and grants to collegiate and alumnae members.

Chi Omegas of all ages are invited to apply for our national scholarships.


Thanks to the generous support of many alumnae and the commitment of our collegiate members the Chi Omega Foundation assists our members through academic and leadership scholarships. This past year, over $195,000 was awarded to deserving Chi Omega alumnae and collegians:

For more information about the scholarship and grant process, contact Scholarship and Foundation Ambassador Coordinator  Angela Reynolds at AReynolds@ChiOmega.com or 901.748.8600.

Elizabeth Carmichael Orman Memorial Scholarship

Honoring a past National President, this scholarship assists members enrolled in their junior year of college. In addition to academic and service requirements, applicants must demonstrate a need for financial assistance in order to complete the senior year.

Elizabeth Carmichael Orman Memorial Scholarship Application due March 1, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Mary Love Collins Memorial Scholarship

Celebrating a former National President’s pursuit of education, this scholarship assists members who are enrolled in a full time graduate degree program for the upcoming academic year. Both seniors in college and alumnae members are encouraged to apply.

Mary Love Collins Memorial Scholarship Application due March 1, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Alumnae Educational Grant

The Alumnae Educational Grant assists Chi Omega Alumnae members 24 years of age and older who desire to further their education for the purpose of career qualification or advancement. Alumnae in this category are encouraged to apply.

Alumnae Educational Grant Application due February 1, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Jan Boyd Blackwell Leading with Integrity Award

The Jan Boyd Blackwell Leading with Integrity Award is for any initiated Chi Omega collegiate leader in good standing who has upheld the values on which Chi Omega is based during a challenging time. The member can be nominated or nominate herself.

Jan Boyd Blackwell Leading with Integrity Award Nomination Form due April 3, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Rowdy and Lucky Shain Scholarship

Foundation Trustee Melanie Maxwell Shain and husband John established the Rowdy and Lucky Scholarship to honor the immense effect their two cats had on the Shain family. The scholarship is available for Chi Omega collegians in their junior or senior year and alumnae pursuing degree programs in animal welfare or veterinary medicine.

Rowdy and Lucky Shain Scholarship Application due February 1, 2017 (Available October 2016)


The Cincinnati Metropolitan Area Alumnae Educational Grant

The Cincinnati Metro Area Alumnae Educational Grant is a program of assistance specifically for Chi Omega Alumnae living in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Area who are 24 years and older desiring to further their education. Alumnae in this category are encouraged to apply.

Cincinnati Metropolitan Area Alumnae Educational Grant Application due April 3, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Engineering Impact – Bobbie Banaszak Gleiter Scholarship

Bobbie Banaszak Gleiter is an initiate of Chi Beta Chapter at Purdue University. Bobbie is an accomplished aerospace engineer and an advocate for women in engineering. She established the Engineering Impact – Bobbie Banaszak Gleiter Scholarship fund for Chi Omega collegians and alumnae pursuing a career in engineering.

Engineering Impact – Bobbie Banaszak Gleiter Scholarship Application due November 4, 2016


The Humphreys Chi Omega Scholarship for Study Abroad

Cathey (Epsilon Alpha/U of Oklahoma) and Don Humphreys are philanthropists committed to helping young people pursue their academic and career goals through the experience of study abroad. The Humphreys Chi Omega Scholarship for Study Abroad is available for a Chi Omega collegian in good standing who wishes to expand her academic and career goals through the experience of study abroad. The program must be a minimum of eight weeks. Preference is given to those traveling to emerging market countries.

The Humphreys Chi Omega Scholarship for Study Abroad due March 1, 2017 (Available October 2016)


Scholarship Application Deadlines

Click on the links above to view program descriptions and requirements. 2017 applications will be available in October.