The Program

The Kappa Beta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated will provide a scholarship for the academic school-year to a deserving high school graduating senior who demonstrates academic and community service excellence.


To be eligible for the scholarship, the student must:

* Approved accredited institutions are defined as accredited, postsecondary two or four-year colleges or universities in the United States. Proof of enrollment is a condition of eligibility for a scholarship award and will be required before funds will be disbursed.


Interested students must complete the scholarship application along with the following:

The application and all required supporting documents (transcript, letters of recommendation and essay) must be postmarked or emailed by May 1,

Applications postmarked after this date will not be considered!

Applications can also be emailed to

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Kappa Beta Sigma Chapter Attn: Scholarship Committee
Post Office Box 20758
Brooklyn, NY 11202-0758

All information received is considered confidential and is reviewed only by the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Scholarship Committee.

Selection of Recipients

The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Scholarship Committee may select successful scholarship award recipient based on the following criteria:

The committee will notify the recipient of the award by May 31,

Payment of Scholarship Awards

The scholarship award certificate will be presented at our Annual Hutson L. Lovell Scholarship Dinner Dance. Upon verification of your enrollment, scholarship funds will be sent to you or your institution of higher learning. This is a one-time only award and it is not renewable.

Student Award Recipient Obligations

Award recipients are required to notify the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Scholarship Committee of any change of address, changes in school enrollment, or of any other relevant information pertaining to a scholarship award. Failure to notify the scholarship committee in a timely manner of any of these changes may result in the forfeiture or delay of an award.