Eta Theta Lambda Scholarship Program
One of the missions of the Eta Theta Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Inc. is creating opportunities for the youth to explore higher education. We plan to devise a chance for high school seniors to receive financial aid to support their future endeavors. The brothers of Eta Theta Lambda came together to establish a scholarship based on the principles of passion, purpose and service.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded on the ideals of Manly Deeds, Scholarship and Love for All
Mankind on the campus of Cornell University in 1906. We are proud of your accomplishments throughout
your academic journey and we hope your senior year is extraordinary. In honor of one of our founding ideals,
the Eta Theta Lambda Chapter sponsors a scholarship award program based on academic achievement,
desire, and persistence. The scholarship is open to African American and Hispanic/Latinx young men, who
are spring 2023 graduating seniors, and plan to attend a University/College on a full-time basis for the 2023-
2024 academic year.
Recipients of the scholarship will be required to provide proof of college acceptance and enrollment for the
Fall 2023 academic semester. Scholarship awards will be provided directly to recipients on behalf of the Eta
Theta Lambda Chapter. Recipients will receive an award of $1,000.
Click/tap here to complete/review the official award application. You must complete the application in one
sitting, as your responses will not be saved. To be considered for an award you must have a minimum
equivalent cumulative grade point average of 80% (verified by school transcript), a submitted Teacher
Recommendation Form, and an essay on an assigned topic. Award finalists will be interviewed by a panel of
award administrators. The deadline for submission of a complete application is February 17, 2023.
Best of luck,
Kyle D. Bollar
Director of Educational Activities
Chair of Scholarship Program
Submit all questions and documentation pertaining to the ETL scholarship to: firstname.lastname@example.org