Scholarship

Annually we award scholarships to young women who are exemplary members of their sorority and Panhellenic community.  All women who will be enrolled in school during the following school year and either live or attend school in the 146_, 145_, or 144_ zip codes are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.  Typically we award 1-3 scholarships at our annual Spring Luncheon. This money is awarded directly to the winner upon her enrollment in the school year.  It may be used for any school expenses including but not limited to tuition, books, dues, or food.

Applications for the 2020 Scholarships are now available! There are 3 parts to the packet – be sure to download all 3 pieces. If you have any questions send an email to donnellymd11@gmail.com

RAP scholarship instructions 2020

RAP recommendations 2020

RAP Scholarship Application 2020

 

Six scholarships were awarded in April of 2019 to wonderful collegiate women.

Abbie Berl – Phi Sigma Sigma – SUNY Brockport

Abbie is currently the President of Phi Sigma Sigma and the Vice President of Brockport’s Panhellenic Council. In the upcoming year she will serve as the President of the Panhellenic Council. She is a junior majoring in nursing with the ultimate goal of becoming a pediatric nurse.

 

Catherine Hauser – Kappa Delta – University of Rochester

Cat is currently the Vice President of Membership for Kappa Delta and has previously served as the social activities chair and health & wellness chair. She is a junior majoring in biomedical engineering with a minor in studio art. Her next goal is to attend graduate school to continue her engineering studies.

Lauren Hendrick – Alpha Xi Delta – Rochester Institute of Technology

Lauren currently serves as the President of Alpha Xi Delta and is also a representative on the membership election committee and honor board. She has previously served as the alumni relations director and parent relations director. She is in her second year at RIT as a Physician Assistant major with minors in Spanish and exercise science.

Andrea Johnson – Gamma Phi Beta – University of Rochester

Andrea is the Secretary of Gamma Phi Beta and has served on the wellness and standards committees. She is in her fourth year at the U of R and will be participating in the Take 5 Program next year. She is a double major in computational biology and brain & cognitive sciences and aspires to be a speech language pathologist.

Sophia Pizzola – Alpha Xi Delta – Rochester Institute of Technology

Sophia is currently Alpha Xi Delta’s senior delegate on RIT’s Panhellenic Council, including serving as a recruitment counselor, and is also the assistant new member orientation director. She is in her second year at RIT and majoring in mechanical engineering technology with a minor in Spanish. She plans to use her degree to build items that can help people with disabilities.

Erin Rodgers – Sigma Sigma Sigma – Rochester Institute of Technology

Erin has recently completed her undergraduate studies at RIT with a major in accounting, minor in management information systems, and an American Sign Language immersion and is now pursuing her MBA. She has previously served as Tri Sigma’s President, recruitment director, alumnae relations chair and fall retreat chair.

 

 

Gavriela Sanders – Sigma Sigma Sigma – University of Rochester

Gavi is currently pursuing her Masters in Student Affairs at the U of R after completing her undergraduate degree at Pratt Institute where she held several leadership positions in Tri Sigma, including President. She’s currently a graduate assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs and is a graduate house advisor in a fraternity house. Her ultimate goal is to work professionally in Greek life.

Julia Soto – Kappa Alpha Theta – University of Rochester

Julia currently serves as the Chief Recruitment Officer for Kappa Alpha Theta and has previously held the positions of scholarship director and alumnae engagement chair. She is in her second year at U of R and majoring in brain & cognitive science. She plans to pursue her Masters degree in speech language pathology and work in education.