Phi Upsilon Omicron, a national honor society in family and consumer sciences, offers scholarships, fellowships and awards only to Phi Upsilon Omicron Members.
Fellowship Application Directions and Fellowship Application. Application login information is available from the National Office.
Application Deadline: February 1
Note: Selection will be based upon applicant’s scholastic record; honors and recognitions; participation in honor society, professional, community, and other organizations; scholarly work; statement of professional goals; and recommendations. Recipients must be Phi U members.
for study leading to a master’s degree in family and consumer sciences. Phi U members who are enrolled or plan to enroll in a graduate school are eligible to apply. (up to 2 @ $750)
will be awarded for study at the master’s or doctoral level in family and consumer sciences or a related are. The recipients must have been accepted into or currently enrolled in a graduate program. ($500 and up)
will be awarded for advanced graduate study. The applicant must have completed at least half the credit-hour requirements toward the doctorate in some area of family and consumer sciences and have had several years of successful employment in the profession. ($500 and up)
will be awarded to a student pursuing a master’s degree OR a doctoral student in family and consumer sciences or a related area with preference given to a student majoring in family and consumer sciences education and who desires to teach at the elementary, secondary, college, or university level. At least one recommendation must be from the student’s major advisor. ($750)
will be awarded to a student pursuing a Ph.D. in family and consumer sciences or related area and has earned at least one other degree in family and consumer sciences. The applicant must intend to pursue a career in academia. ($500 and up)
will be awarded for graduate research at the master’s, doctoral or post-doctoral level in family and consumer sciences or a related area. Application must include research prospectus exhibiting organization and need for the research. ($500 and up)