U.S. FlagThe Zeta Psi Educational Foundation awards about 75 scholarships each semester to eligible students in the United States. The Zeta Psi Foundation of Canada offers scholarships to students in Canada, using a different application (see below). Each US scholarship is generally a one-time per semester award of $250 to $500. There is no limit to the number of semesters an individual may apply for and receive an award. In addition, two or three exceptional applicants each semester receive awards ranging from $750 to $2,500.

Applications for Spring 2020 scholarships are now closed. Please check this space for information on upcoming 2020-2021 scholarships.

Please be sure to carefully follow all directions. Please note that the Financial Need Statement is optional, but by excluding it no financial need will be considered.


Canadian FlagThe Zeta Psi Foundation of Canada awards merit and need-based scholarships each year to eligible students in Canada studying at campuses where there are Zeta Psi chapters. Candidates are judged in four areas with the following weightings: Academics: 40%; Activities: 30%; Financial Need: 15%; Biography: 15%. Along with the application, the scholarship committee requires your most recent academic transcripts. Unofficial transcripts or, in the case of a freshman applicant, high school transcripts will be accepted. Please note that while reference letters are no longer required, references for contact will be asked for on the application to support your activities!

The 2019-2020 Canadian scholarship period is now closed; please check back for announcements on fall 2020 scholarships.

Please be sure to carefully follow all directions. In order for your application to be accepted, the web form must be completed and the attached documentation (your application form and your most recent transcripts) must be submitted. Please ensure that your application includes your correct mailing address as awards are sent by mail. Any other types of submissions, including those with missing information, will not be accepted.

%d bloggers like this: