Scholarships & Awards from
Honor Society Foundation, Non-profit 501(c)(3)
Scholarships & awards are a key component of the raison d'etre or "reason for existence" of the Honor Society. We offer students exclusive scholarships and connect them to a database of partner scholarships to help them dream bigger and reach further.

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  • Go to Honor Society Foundation Fund - Through the Honor Society Foundation, friends of the society can help fund scholarship opportunities for deserving students. 100% of the donations received through this fund will be donated as scholarships.


Featured Scholarship Recipients
Below is a map of some of our recent scholarship recipients. Take a look to see how close the nearest recipient is to you.


Angelina Radden, Columbia University

November 2021 High Honors Student Recipient: "My name is Angelina Radden and I was recently accepted into Columbia University! Columbia University is one of the few colleges on the East Coast offering a major in Human Rights. The Human Rights major uniquely allows me to take a broad range of courses focused on women and gender in global affairs. I am equally passionate about the opportunities to take upper-level courses, seminars, and extracurricular activities focused on service and law, such as General Studies Student Council and Women in Law and Politics. My major inspirations were Chief Justice Ginsberg and Amal Clooney, as well as their significant impacts on international human rights and gender discrimination."

Anh Vo, Mississippi State University

November 2021 John Young "Pursue Your Passion" Recipient: "I am currently a Ph.D. student in Biomedical Engineering, working as a graduate research assistant at the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississippi State University (MSU), MS. My research work focuses on molecular dynamics simulation of complex membrane systems and their behaviors under mechano-physiological damages. I am also gaining experience in investigating injury biomechanics and damage mechanism of biological structures in a multiscale modeling framework, applying computational approaches to examine mechanically plausible events in the systems under deformation, as well as simulating and quantifying mechanical properties of materials for applications in both engineering and biomedical fields."


Audrey Banks, Colorado State University

November 2021 Undergraduate Achiever Recipient: "I'm a second year student at Colorado State University, studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. At CSU, I'm involved in activities such as research, being a TA, being a member of a sorority on campus, etc. After graduating with an engineering degree, I hope to work in healthcare as a physician. Next semester, I will be studying abroad through the "Semester at Sea" program, and this scholarship helps to make that experience possible for me."

Ayeshia Abraham, University of Mobile

November 2021 Emerging Leaders Recipient: "I am a senior at the University of Mobile. I graduated from Citronelle High School in December 2018 after finishing the Business Management and Hospitality/Tourism pathways. I was the Secretary of Girls Enrichment through Mentoring and Supreme Service club, all while participating in Future Business Leaders of America. At my church, I'm currently the president of the Nazarene AME Zion Youth Church group and delegate. I also volunteered at Crowne Health Care, the local nursing home in Citronelle."

Dayra Reyes, University of California, Riverside

November 2021 Honors Student Recipient: "I am a first generation Latina college student at the University of California, Riverside with a major in Neuroscience. This year, I will be a Peer Advisor for CNAS Scholars, which allows me to help first-year students through their first year of college. I will also be a peer mentor for Chicano Student Programs at UCR and a mentor/tutor for UECC AmeriCorps. The positions I hold allow me to further expand her experience and follow my purpose of helping people. This scholarship will assist me financially as I will be able to work less and study more."

Evan Griffith, Bunker Hill High School

November 2021 High School Achiever Recipient: "I'm a 2021 graduate of Bunker Hill High School in Claremont, North Carolina. I recently started my freshman year at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, majoring in Biochemistry on a Pre-Med track and I've received Early Acceptance into their School of Osteopathic Medicine. I am also minoring in music and participating in the Marching Band, with plans to become a Diagnostic Radiologist. In my four years at Bunker Hill High School, I was an active leader in Student Council, Beta Club, HOSA, Golf and HOBY."

Kaitlin Gardner, Purdue University

November 2021 Undergraduate Achiever Recipient: "I am currently a sophomore at Purdue University. I'm majoring in Professional Flight, with the hopes of becoming an Airline Pilot. I currently have a 3.92 GPA and made the Dean’s List both semesters. I've immersed herself on campus by joining the following clubs: Hellenic Association Leadership Council, Women in Aviation, and Purdue Professional Pilots. I love giving my time to philanthropy, so this semester I am looking forward to giving back to my community. Being a part of Women in Aviation has allowed me to connect with other women pursuing aviation careers."

Matthew Barber, Youngstown State University

November 2021 Member Spotlight Recipient: "My name is Matthew Barber and I'm a student at Youngstown State University in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program. I attend courses online and work full time as an ICU Registered Nurse at Ashtabula County Medical Center. This scholarship will greatly help ease the financial burden that has been placed on me during graduate school and will help me focus further on my studies. In my free time, I also enjoy hiking outdoors, golfing, and caring for others in my community."

Megan Tidd, Oklahoma State University

November 2021 Graduate Student Achiever Recipient: "I am currently receiving my master's in Business Administration at Oklahoma State University. I've found that Oklahoma State's online MBA program offers true quality in modern business education. I am now in my second-to-last semester, and it has been a valuable and invigorating experience, where I've thoroughly enjoyed applying myself with energy. This scholarship contributes to the cost of my education, which is the foundation of my career's future."

Sinibaldo Arocha, University of Minnesota

November 2021 Graduate Student Achiever Recipient: Sinibaldo Arocha is a second-year M.D./Ph.D. trainee at the University of Minnesota! Sinibaldo is originally from Venezuela, and he eventually became the Vice-President and then the President of HOLA (Hispanic Organization for Latin Americans) at his school. As a future clinician, he wants to positively impact patient care by providing the best healthcare possible. As a future researcher, he hopes to establish a laboratory that allows him to enhance patient care by developing novel and enhanced treatment modalities.