You are eligible to apply if you meet ALL of the following:
*transcripts are required for each academic institution granting credit hours
You will submit your application through our online portal. You will be required to upload your supplemental materials during the application process. These supplemental materials include a copy of your transcript/s, two letters of recommendation, and an acceptance letter into an accredited study abroad program. Please upload as PDF files to ensure that your materials are accessible.
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If your letter writers prefer to remain confidential, there is an option in the application to send a notification asking your letter writer to upload a letter of recommendation on your behalf.
The completed application and supporting materials deadline is 11:59 p.m. CT on March 15, 2022. Materials submitted after the deadline will not be considered.
If you have your letters of recommendation in digital form, you can upload the letters during the application process.
If your letter writers prefer to remain confidential, there is an option in the application to send a notification asking your letter writer to upload a letter of recommendation on your behalf. (Please note that all letters must be received prior to the application deadline.)
If you have applied for your study abroad program but have not been accepted by our application deadline, you must upload a letter from your study abroad director/coordinator on official letterhead verifying the program and your submitted application. Study Abroad Grants will NOT be awarded without an official letter of acceptance from the accredited study abroad program.
Recipients will be notified via email by May 1, 2022.
Once we have received your letter of acceptance and all of the requirements have been met, your funds will be disbursed via direct deposit.
Award recipients are required to submit a W-9 and will receive a 1099-MISC from the organization. Recipients should consult with their tax advisor regarding the taxability of award payments.
* Foreign persons, including nonresident aliens, must provide Form W-8 BEN. Depending on the information provided, Phi Kappa Phi may be required to withhold 30% of the award for tax purposes per Internal Revenue Service regulations.