Since 1975, the Foundation has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships and fellowships for higher education to both Zetas and Non-Zetas. The Foundation has processed hundreds of other scholarships, as a part of its Chapter Designated Scholarship Program, established in 1980. Under the program, local scholarships and fellowships are awarded by chapters throughout the country.
General Graduate Fellowships are available to graduate women working on a professional degree, masters, doctoral or enrolled in postdoctoral study.
S. Evelyn Lewis Memorial Scholarship in Medical Health Sciences for graduate women enrolled in a program leading to a degree in medicine or health sciences.
Isabel M. Herson Scholarship in Education for graduate level students enrolled in a degree program in either elementary or secondary education.
Deborah Partridge Wolfe International Fellowship for U.S. students studying abroad and foreign students studying within the U.S.
Zora Neale Hurston Scholarship for graduate students pursuing a degree in anthropology or related fields.
Lullelia W. Harrison Scholarship in Counseling for graduate or undergraduate level students enrolled in a degree program in counseling.
Mildred Spicer West Scholarship for students with a high GPA and exemplary leadership experience in a school and/or community setting.
Nancy B. Woolridge McGee Graduate Fellowship for members who are pursuing a graduate or professional degree in an accredited college or university program. The fellowship is renewable.
Mildred Cater Bradham Social Work Fellowship for members who are pursuing a graduate or professional degree in social work in an accredited college or university program. The fellowship is renewable.
1 year, some are renewable
Membership not required for some, check eligibility requirements for specific instructions.