2021-2022 Foundation Scholarship Winners


The Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation is pleased to award 46 sisters scholarships and educational grants as a part of the Foundation's annual scholarship program.


Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation is able to give thousands of dollars worth of scholarship and grant money to collegians and alumnae each year. In support of our Founders' mission "the advancement of womanhood," these funds enable sisters to achieve excellence, impact their communities and change the world. Please join us in recognizing this year's winners:


NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS


HELEN BERKOWITZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Established by Rachel and Valerie Berkowitz in memory of their mother, Helen Berkowitz. This scholarship was created to ensure Helen's memory and love for education, the Fraternity, and her beloved Nu Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania where she served as chapter advisor for many years, would live on. It is awarded primarily on the basis of academic achievement and contribution to sorority and community activities.

Awarded to Rachel Harvey, Pi Chapter at Syracuse University



MARCIE BERSON SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP (New in 2020 - Read More Here)

Established by Marcie Sabrin Berson, Beta Chapter at Tufts University, this scholarship supports sisters who have true financial need, demonstrate strong academic achievement and are committed to service through volunteering, strong chapter participation or high levels of involvement in their campus community.


Awarded to Cassidy Lewis, Beta Xi Chapter at Cornell University



ARIEL ROSE BLACK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Established by the Theta Iota chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma in memory of their beloved sister, Ariel Rose Black. Ariel was dedicated, hardworking, and aimed high in all that she did. Ariel served her chapter as the scholarship chair, transforming the role of excellence in scholarship within her chapter. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a sister of the Theta Iota chapter who emulates Ariel's commitment to all facets of her life including scholarship, chapter contributions and involvement in her community.

Awarded to Jess Lawton, Theta Zeta Chapter at Keene State College