Could You Be Our Next Award Recipient?

Mar 24, 2020

Each year, Phi Kappa Phi awards nearly $1 million to outstanding students and members through its awards program. The awards provide everything from $35,000 Fellowships for graduate study to $500 Love of Learning awards for continuing education and professional development. These 2019 award recipients share their pride in being chosen. Could this be you in 2020? Don’t miss your chance!

Elizabeth Bell croppedElizabeth Bell 
The University of Oklahoma

“I am honored to be one of the 2019 Dissertation Fellowship recipients. Graduate school can be challenging financially and mentally for many students and it's programs like this that make it possible for us to succeed in our mission of seeking truth and speaking truth to power.”   

Rachel Fenske croppedRachel Fenske 
University of Wisconsin-Madison

“As I prepare to complete my thesis, I am all the more confident I will be able to do so with the assistance of the dissertation fellowship. Phi Kappa Phi has been a foundation of beneficial resources for me throughout my doctoral journey.”   

Devyn Harrod croppedDevyn Harrod
Mercer University

“Throughout my undergraduate career, I have learned that a strong support system is essential for success. Phi Kappa Phi provides exactly that. Knowing that no matter where I go or what I do, I will have a community of individuals who are dedicated to academic success and growth inspires me.”

Mollie Hartup croppedMollie Hartup
Youngstown State University

“This Phi Kappa Phi literacy grant provides a new opportunity to further enhance the connection between YSU students and the community to increase elementary students’ proficiency in reading and appreciation for literature.”

Landry Smith croppedLandry Smith 
The University of Southern Mississippi

“As a result of this grant, I will be able to focus more on my academics and the culture of Europe, not the financial strain that the cost of study abroad places on a family. I could not be more grateful for how much Phi Kappa Phi cares for and invests in their scholars.”

Corey St Romain croppedCorey St. Romain 
Louisiana State University

“I am very grateful to the donors who made this award possible and look forward to becoming a donor myself once I am financially capable in order to pay this generous gift forward.”


Don’t miss these upcoming deadlines!

  • Literacy – Deadline April 1 – For members and chapters funding literacy initiatives
  • Fellowship – National Deadline April 30 (chapter deadlines vary) – For members entering the first year of graduate or professional study
  • Love of Learning – Deadline June 30 – For post-baccalaureate professional development

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