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Scholarships 

Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter presented three types of scholarships in support of its scholarship program. In addition to KLO's General Chapter Scholarships, two additional scholarship opportunities have been established. The Lillian Dunn Thomas Scholarship and the Donzaleigh Patterson Scholarship are provided in honor of two members of Alpha Kappa Alpha who were instrumental in establishing the Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter. These scholarships were awarded to applicants who will attend Fisk University or Tennessee State University.
The 2020 scholarship application is available here.

 
 

 

KLO 2019 Scholarship Receipents

Kiara Baker

Kiara Baker

Emory University Behavior Biology & Psychology

Ajee Brown

Ajee Brown

Tennessee State University Political Science

Brooke Bryant

Brooke Bryant

University of Memphis or University of Louisville Pre-Nursing

Princesse Hawkins

Princesse Hawkins

Tennessee State University Health Sciences

Eyden Johnson

Eyden Johnson

Bob Jones University Biology

Kiyah Pierce

Kiyah Pierce

Fisk University Biology

Katelyn Starks

Katelyn Starks

Brown University International Relations

Arianna Torres

Arianna Torres

Fisk University Biology

Aerial Towles

Aerial Towles

Washington University Arts and Sciences

Zora Young

Zora Young

New York University Historical Studies

*According to KLO Bylaws, applicants cannot have a relative(s) affiliated with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter.
For more information about the KLO Scholarship Program, please contact the KLO Scholarship Committee.

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Nashville, Tennessee

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Kiara Baker

Emory University Behavior Biology & Psychology