2019 Scholarship Recipients


Sara G. Roye Scholarship

Caela Phillips

Mildred G. Stansbury Scholarship

Kiana Mack

Historical Black College & University Scholarship

Arielle Wiggins

Doris G. Carey Scholarship

Maxwell Fisher

Continuing Education Scholarship

Tatiana Gibson

Best Of Luck To The Graduating Class Of 2019!!

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® is an organization of over 290,000 members world-wide.  Our Chapter locally continues to develop programs and initiatives that parallel the objectives of our Founders.  Our purpose is “to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of service to all mankind.”

Through fundraising events, such as our Annual Ivy Ball, Xi Delta Omega Chapter supports the Harford County community through donations and partnerships with organizations such as Harford Habitat for Humanity, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Aberdeen and Edgewood, Windsor Valley Community Center, Black Youth in Action Debutante Ball, Hosanna School Museum, Urban Impact, Inc., Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Baltimore, American Cancer Society, and the American Red Cross.  

We have also sponsored students to attend The Historic Black College and University Tour.  In addition, we have supported families in need throughout Harford County by way of donations and gifts.  Xi Delta Omega sponsors programs to support health awareness and prevention, financial literacy and educational opportunities for college bound students. Over the last 10 years, proceeds from fundraiser events have provided scholarships totaling over $100,000 to Harford County students. 


For questions about our scholarships please email Scholarships@akaxideltaomega.com.

The Educational Advancement Foundation was founded in 1980 by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, an organization with a rich and distinguished history of service that spans nearly a century. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha was the first Greek letter organization of its kind. The organization pioneered mobile health clinics in America, has been a leader in the fight against illiteracy, and has the distinction of being one of only a handful of women's organizations to operate a federally funded Job Corps. But, ever since Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® awarded its first scholarship in 1914 ($10 to a liberal arts student at Howard University), one program of service has endured—scholarships. 

For more information on how your donation can help to make a difference in the lives of students, we invite you to visit our website at www.akaeaf.org

NOTE:  Below is an anecdotal list of additional scholarships, and does not signify

endorsement of these organizations or institutions by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® or Xi Delta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ®.

All interested applicants are encouraged to inquire directly with the offering organization as they may make changes at their discretion and without advance notice.

SECU’s 2019 Scholarships 

SECU MD Foundation Scholarships

The SECU MD Foundation's mission is to contribute to and support the continuous learning and educational needs of members in the communities served by SECU, Maryland's largest credit union. One of the primary ways we are able to accomplish this is through the SECU MD Foundation Scholarship Program, which has awarded more than $465,000 to over 180 individuals. We currently offer scholarship programs for State Employees and their Families, the University System of Maryland, and the Graves School of Business at Morgan State University. Please select the scholarships listed below to learn more.

2019 scholarship applications will be accepted from February 4, 2019 through April 15, 2019.


    The full eligibility and application requirements can also be found there.


    Harford County Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation Scholarships

    The Harford County Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation is an independent 501c3 nonprofit operated by the Harford Chamber. It provides scholarships to high school seniors and adults pursuing higher education or training.

    High School Scholarship Categories:

    ♦ Arts, Media and Communication
    ♦ Business, Finance and Information Technology
    ♦ Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
    ♦ Health and Human Services
    ♦ William B. Seccurro Teacher Education Scholarship

     ** High school seniors looking to apply for a technology/trade school scholarship, please refer below.**

    Adult Scholarship Categories:

    ♦ Returning Veteran
    ♦ Returning Adult
    ♦ Technology/Trade

    The deadline to complete our 2019 Scholarship Application is Friday, April 5, 2019.

    Follow link to download applications! Harford Chamber Scholarships

    College and University Scholarships, Grants, & Fellowships
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