• Scholarships

  • The Phi Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was established in 2001 and is committed to community service and the development of youth in North Fulton, Georgia. In addition to engaging in mentoring, and sponsoring programs for advancement of education, health, and economic empowerment, we assist in promoting talented young women in pursuit of higher education. Through gifts and donations provided by community partners and members of Phi Phi Omega, we are pleased to announce the availability of the Phi Phi Omega and Bettye Lewis Maye Scholarships in 2016.


    Phi Phi Omega Scholarship - $1,000

    The Phi Phi Omega Scholarship is designed to recognize leadership, community involvement and excellence in academic achievement.  The applicant must be a female resident of North Fulton, an undergraduate student attending an HBCU, and maintain a 2.5 grade point average. The Phi Phi Omega Scholarship is generally available every four years.  It is a one year award, renewable annually over a four year period, provided the recipient continues to meet the scholarship criteria.



    Bettye Lewis Maye Scholarship - $2,000

    As the organizing President, Mrs. Maye was the impetus behind the Alpha Pearls Cotillion, our signature rite-of-passage event for African American high school juniors and seniors. The cotillion continues to be an event of significance throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area, whereby scholarships are provided to many of the participants. In 2006, Phi Phi Omega unanimously agreed to name one of the scholarships, being awarded to a high school senior, the Bettye Lewis Maye Scholarship.


    Our 2016 application process closes on March 4. Those interested in applying for these scholarships must meet the March 4 deadline for submittal to Phi Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Click here for additional details regarding the PPO scholarship and here for the Bettye Lewis Maye scholarship.


    For additional scholarship opportunities, please visit our Friends for Life Foundation Scholarship Page