Epsilon Lambda Charitable Foundation Scholarship

The mission of the Epsilon Lambda Charitable Foundation is to promote and uplift the education of youth and the advancement of communities. This is achieved through it involvement in various activities and initiatives. These activities are to support both the national initiatives and programs of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated as well as support other local philanthropic interest in St. Louis metro area. The Epsilon Lambda Charitable Foundation Scholarship is open to African American high school seniors who live in the city of St. Louis or St. Louis County. This is a one-time, non-renewable award. Multiple awards will be made.

Applicants must:

  • Be a high school senior
  • Be African American
  • Live in the city of St. Louis or St. Louis County
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better
  • Plan to attend a 4-year college or university next year

Finalists for these scholarships may be required to participate in an interview.

Awardees will required to submit documentation from the university where the student enrolls confirming attendance. Funds will be disbursed in September 2022.

Recipients are strongly encouraged to attend the Epsilon Lambda Charitable Foundation scholarship reception. Date is to be determined.

Questions? Contact Rod Washington rwashington4@gmail.com

Epsilon Lambda Charitable Foundation and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc, Epsilon Lambda Chapter
Varies, $500-$5,000
Supplemental Questions
  1. Update your Scholarship Central General Application to list the college/university you plan to attend. Have you been accepted to that college/university?
  2. Guidance Counselor's Name
  3. Guidance Counselor's email address or phone number
  4. List high school activities (sports, clubs, offices, etc.).
    • 1. Activity
    • 2. Describe involvement (position, office, award, letter, recognition)
    • 3. Years
  5. List community activities (church, scouts, volunteering, etc.)
    • 1. Activity
    • 2. Years
    • 3. Office, award, letter, recognition
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