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Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national honor society in family and consumer sciences, offers scholarships, fellowships and awards only to Phi Upsilon Omicron Members.

Scholarship Application Directions and Scholarship Application. Application Login information is available from the National Office.

Undergraduate Scholarships

Application Deadline: February 1

Undergraduate scholarships are awarded to members enrolled in baccalaureate degree programs in family and consumer sciences or a related area.

Century Scholarship

Challenge Scholarships

Geraldine Clewell Scholarship

Closs/Parnitzke/Clarke Scholarship

Genevieve Forthun Scholarship

Golden Anniversary Scholarships

Margaret Hollenbeck Scholarship

Members/Centennial Scholarship

Past Presidents Scholarship

Lucile Rust Scholarship

Sarah Pearce Sanders Scholarship

K. Virginia Seidel Scholarship

Each of the above named scholarships will be awarded to Phi U members enrolled in baccalaureate programs. Selection will be based on the applicant’s scholastic record; participation in Phi U and other collegiate activities; a statement of professional aims and goals; professional services; and recommendations. ($500 – $1,000 each)

will be awarded to a Phi U member pursuing a baccalaureate degree in fashion design and construction, textile design and development and/or textile preservation. ($500)

will be awarded to a Phi U member working toward a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related area with preference given to majors in child/family or family and consumer sciences education. ($500)

will be awarded to a Phi U member working toward a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related area. Cumulative GPA 3.3 minimum. ($500)

will be awarded to a Phi U member pursuing a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or one of its related areas who has shown exemplary commitment to Phi Upsilon Omicron. ($500)

will be awarded to Phi U members pursuing baccalaureate degrees in family and consumer sciences. Selection will be based on the applicant’s scholastic record, participation in Phi U, and professional aims and goals. Must provide a financial statement and complete the justification statement (see application). (up to 3 @ $5,000 each)

will be awarded to a Phi U member working toward a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related area with preference given to majors in family and consumer science education who have shown exemplary commitment to Phi Upsilon Omicron. ($500)

will be awarded to a Phi U member pursuing a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or one of its related areas who has shown exemplary commitment to Phi Upsilon Omicron. ($850 – $950)

will be awarded to Phi U non-traditional students. Recipients must have completed at least half of the academic work toward a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related area. ($800 – $900)

will be awarded to a Phi U member with preference given to majors in family and consumer sciences education. The recipient is not required to be a chapter officer. ($500)

will be awarded to a Phi U member with preference given to a student who has shown exemplary commitment to Phi Upsilon Omicron. ($500 – $750)

will be awarded to a Phi U member pursuing a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related area with preference given to majors in dietetics or food and nutrition. ($500 – $1,000)

will be awarded to Phi U members pursuing baccalaureate degrees in family and consumer sciences with preference given to majors in dietetics or food and nutrition. Selection will be based on the applicant’s scholastic record, participation in Phi U, and professional aims and goals. At least one recommendation should be from the student’s Phi U chapter advisor. Must provide a financial statement and complete the justification statement (see application). (up to 7 @ $5,000 each)

will be awarded to a non-traditional student who is a member of Phi U working toward a baccalaureate degree in family and consumer sciences or a related subject. Must provide a financial statement and complete the justification statement (see application) explaining the need for additional education for gainful employment and giving reasons why to be considered a viable candidate. ($2,000)

will be awarded to a Phi U member pursuing a baccalaureate degree in clothing and textiles or a related area such as apparel design or fashion merchandising. This student must have held a leadership position in her/his Phi U chapter and have earned at least a 3.0 out of 4.0 overall point average. ($500)