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Supporting the Lifetime Development of Phi Mu Women Through

Academic Scholarships

Congratulations, Phi Mu Foundation Scholars!

For the 2023-24 academic year, we awarded

$ 0

in scholarships to 164 collegiate & alumnae members.

In 1852, it was rare for a woman to attend college, let alone graduate with her degree.

Our Founders were among the first of their generation to attain a college education; in fact, Wesleyan College was the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women. Our members today share that same passion for learning.  

Phi Mu Foundation Scholarship Program

General Eligibility

Below are some resources to help you prepare for your scholarship application journey:

2024-25 Scholarship Application Instruction Guide

Before You Begin Read This!

View the 2023-24 Phi Mu Foundation Scholarship Recipients


Scholarship FAQs:

The 2024-25 scholarship application opens December 1, 2023 and closes February 15, 2024.

No. Phi Mu members may only receive three (3) scholarships during the entirety of her collegiate and alumnae experience.

Yes. The minimum GPA to apply is a 3.2 (based on a 4.0 scale) for both graduate and undergraduate applicants.

Undergraduate applicants must be enrolled in an accredited college or university working toward a degree as a full-time student at the time of acceptance. Graduate applicants can be enrolled in an accredited college or university master’s degree program as a part-time or full-time student (including doctorial students). Acceptance date is set by Foundation staff but is typically around July 1.
Yes!  As long as you meet the minimum GPA and enrollment requirements you may apply. Phi Mu Foundation offers an “Outstanding First Year Member” scholarship to first-year members of Phi Mu.

Undergraduate applicants are defined as students who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university and will remain enrolled in an undergraduate program for the entire 2024-25 academic year. Graduate applicants are defined as students who are currently enrolled in a graduate program and will remain enrolled for the entire 2024-25 academic year.

Yes, If you are an undergraduate student who has applied (or anticipate applying) for admission to a graduate program to begin during the 24-25 academic year please submit an undergraduate application (proof of enrollment is required if you are selected to receive a scholarship.).
Need-based scholarships are awarded by evaluating your overall financial need. This is done based on a series of questions related to your current financial situation. Merit based scholarships are awarded by evaluating your academic criteria alone. No financial information is considered when determining merit-based scholarship recipients.  You may only apply as a need-based applicant OR a merit based applicant.  Only one application will be accepted.
Yes. All applicants who are selected for a need-based scholarship will be required to provide the Student Aid Report (SAR) in PDF format.
No. Unofficial transcripts can be uploaded during the application process. If you are selected for a scholarship from Phi Mu Foundation you will be required to submit an official copy to the Foundation office. All transcripts must be uploaded to your application. Please do not mail transcripts to the Foundation office during the application process.
If you have been accepted to a college or university but have not received a transcript, please submit a current transcript from undergraduate college or university.
You are required to submit two (2) recommendations from professional or academic sources. DO NOT ask for a letter of recommendation. We email questions directly to your chosen recommenders. 
Do not select a family member, chapter member or friend for your recommendation. The intent of this recommendation is someone who can attest to your overall character and/or need for a scholarship.
Inform recommenders that they will receive an email from Good Grants.  This email will contain a link to follow to give your recommendation online. Once complete, the recommendation will automatically upload to your application account. Remind your recommenders to check the SPAM folder if they do not receive the initial email. Recommendations are due on February 17, 2024.  Your application will not be eligible until you have obtained both recommendations.
Applicants are notified via email if they will or will not receive a scholarship.  The Foundation office will use your preferred email address indicated in your application.  Applicants are announced over the summer.  Please be careful to submit an email address that you will have access to while you are away from school.

Please contact Development and Marketing Manager Leinin Dumitrescu at lschuerr@phimu.org with any additional questions.

Rising tuition costs across the country are challenging students who have few options to help fund their education.