Broaden Your Moral and Intellectual Life
Foundation | January 14, 2016

Books: $1,298
Room and Board: $10,138
Services and Fees: $9,410
Tuition: $24,061

Applying for a Tri Delta Scholarship: Priceless

With financial aid not stretching as far as it did in previous years, today’s college students are faced with taking out more student loans, and many are also juggling jobs with their academics to help cover the costs of their education.

If this sounds like you, the Tri Delta Foundation is here to help! Understanding that college affordability directly affects its members, the Foundation provides scholarships to assist Tri Delta sisters in their educational journey.

Who is Eligible?

Undergraduate and graduate students that are initiated members of Delta Delta Delta in good standing are eligible to apply. The undergraduate and graduate scholarships have slightly different qualifications that are further described in the online application.

In addition, several chapter members may qualify for specific scholarships funds based on certain criteria. You can see the full list of all available scholarships here.

How to Apply:

Members can apply for the following online:
2016-2017 Undergraduate Applications
2016-2017 Graduate Applications

By creating a Smarter Select account you will be able to start, save and submit your application online. And if you qualify for multiple scholarships, you will only need to fill out one application. A completed application must be submitted by March 1, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. CST. And the recipients of the 2016-2017 Foundation scholarships will be notified and announced on June 1, 2016.

As a Tri Delta member, you should take advantage of this opportunity to broaden your moral and intellectual life.

*Amounts are based on average yearly costs, according to


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