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Zeta Tau Alpha Scholarships and Grants

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March 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The mission of the Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation is to fulfill the founding principles of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity by providing, in compliance with IRS guidelines, support for programs that are educational, philanthropic and always responsive to the needs of a changing society, further enhancing Zeta Tau Alpha’s leadership position in the fraternity/sorority community and its influence in the world. The Foundation Scholarship Committee reviews applications and ranks them based on leadership in Zeta Tau Alpha, academic achievement (minimum GPA 3.0); active participation in chapter, campus and community activities; and financial need. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.

  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Zeta Tau Alpha International Office
  • 3450 Founders Road
  • Indianapolis, IN 46268
  • scholarships@zetataualpha.org

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Trinytee Carter  on 2/22/2020 2:44:29 PM

I am a Senior in High School, this scholarship will help my mother out so much in the financial Department. My mother is a hard working women with now help from my father. I really want to attend a HBCU and this scholarship will be a blessing/ first step in me achieving that Dream.

Ariel B  on 5/20/2015 9:31:22 PM

I am a member of Zeta Tau Alpha at Sam Houston State University, this scholarship will help me pay for college and not be in so much debt. This also benefits my family as well because I have three brothers that will need to go to college and would help my parents to save up for them. I am the first to actually graduate from college and this would help my out so much.

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