Thank you for opening the door to future opportunities for me.  

Lauryn Mann,

2018 Scholarship Recipient

Virginia State University


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Our Scholarships

Scholarships provide an opportunity and make a real difference in the lives of our student recipients, their families, and our nation as they take the knowledge they gain and put it to use in countless communities and industries. Our scholarship recipients embody excellence, service and leadership. They are the next generation of doctors, scientists, educators, authors, elected officials, nurses, social workers, attorneys, entrepreneurs and leaders of our community and country. You should be proud of the role you play in helping them achieve their educational goals.

To establish a scholarship or for additional information on the application process, please contact

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STEM Scholarships

Support Virginia graduating seniors studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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Dr. LaToya Smith Memorial Scholarship

Supports students enrolled in U.S. accredited medical schools.

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Kozy Kerchiefs and Kozy Kaps Scholarships

​Provide tuition, books and other academic resources for graduating seniors whose parents have been diagnosed or treated for cancer in the past five years.

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Estelle Gaymon Memorial Scholarship

The Estelle Gaymon Memorial Scholarship award is given in memory of Estelle Gaymon, the first president of Lambda Kappa Omega. The tuition and fee scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior who resides in Fairfax County and will attend a four-year college or university in the United States.

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HBCU Scholarships

Support undergraduate students enrolled in Historically Black College and Universities.

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Alma Palmer

HBCU Scholarship

This renewable scholarship is awarded in memory of Alpha Kappa Alpha late chapter member Alma Palmer. This scholarship is awarded to a  student graduating from a Fairfax County public high school who attends a 4-year HBCU (Historically Black College or University), on a full-time basis. The student must maintain a 2.8 GPA to continue to receive this grant. 

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