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The Panhellenic Creed states: “We, as Fraternity Women, stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life. The opportunity for wide and wise human service, through mutual respect and helpfulness, is the tenet by which we strive to live.”

In keeping with this ideal, the Nashville Area Panhellenic Alumnae Association will award $1000 scholarships to sorority women who exemplify the tenet of service to others. 


Applicants must:

  • Be a Current Collegiate NPC Sorority Member in Good Standing

  • Be a Graduate of a High School in the Nashville Area (Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson counties)

  • Attend a College or University in Tennessee

  • Submit 2 Letters of Recommendation that must be emailed to by the recommenders (cannot be from family members) and includes the name of the applicant in the subject line

  • Submit a letter from your Sorority chapter confirming you are a member in good standing and must contain your current cumulative GPA 

  • Submit a Completed Application 


Application Deadline: TBD

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

For questions, please contact the Scholarship Chair

Applications for the 2024 scholarship are now closed. Please check back in late fall for the 2025 application. 


- What do you consider "Middle Tennessee?" 

For consideration, applicants must have graduated high school in Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, or Wilson counties.

- Do I have to be in a sorority to apply?

Yes. Applicants must be a member in good standing at one of the 26 National Panhellenic Conference sororities. You can find a list here.

- How can I use the funds?

Scholarships can be used for tuition, school fees, textbooks, or sorority dues. 

- How will I receive the funds?

The scholarship check will be mailed directly to the school's financial office and will be added to your account. 

Congratulations & Best of Luck to the 2023 Scholarship Recipients: 

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Clara Ambrose

The Harpeth Hall School

Clara Ambrose lives in Nashville, TN, and attends The Harpeth Hall School. Since moving to Nashville from Murfreesboro her sophomore year, she has focused on building community at her church and school, while also maintaining her friendships from her former hometown. Building off her own personal letter-writing, she founded Connections through Correspondence, an initiative that has connected middle and high school students with over 250 alumnae and local cancer patients. Clara co-founded and led Harpeth Hall's National High School Ethics Bowl team. Through her school's Global Scholars Program, she completed a capstone project on the COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out in Kenya, and conducted in-person interviews with members of Kenyan non-profit Lwala Community Alliance. This past year, she researched at a biomedical laboratory at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, receiving the Tennessee Academy of Science Award for her work. Additionally, Clara interned at Sarah Cannon Research Institute, Tennessee Oncology, and Traceside Dermatology & Allergy. She is an AP Scholar with Distinction and a member of Harpeth Hall's Cum Laude Society. She enjoys attending and helping lead youth group at St. George's Episcopal Church. In the fall, she will be attending Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC., and plans to study biology and art history while pursuing a pre-med track.

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Aubrey Aulino

Brentwood High School

Bio coming soon

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Emery Hubbard

Hendersonville High School

Emery Hubbard lives in Hendersonville, TN and attends Hendersonville High School. She is the Varsity Volleyball Captain, editor of the HHS Annual Staff, a peer leader with Students Taking a Right Stand (STARS), and is involved in many different clubs on campus, including HOSA, DECA, FBLA, FCCLA, National Honor Society, and Beta Club, of which she is the Treasurer. She has gained over 300 service hours helping her community in NHS and Beta combined, through programs such as Christmas4Kids and Songwriters Nights at Rock Castle. Emery is very involved in her Youth Group at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church, having served on numerous mission trips across the country and as a volunteer in events such as Room In the Inn, HFUMC Pumpkin Patch, and Consignment Sale. She has earned academic achievements such as the Honors Geometry award, STARS award, and Senior Academic Athlete award while continuing to maintain a 4.0 GPA and participating in 5 AP classes. Emery is attending Auburn University in the fall to study Organismal Biology with intention of pursuing a Physical Therapy Doctoral Degree.


Mia Lillis

Providence Christian Academy

Bio Coming Soon

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Mikayla Morrell

Central Magnet School

Bio Coming Soon

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Ella Paligo

Beech High School

Ella Paligo, a student at Beech High School in Goodlettsville, TN, holds various leadership positions including president of Beta, DECA, and Key Club. She is also the regional president of FBLA and serves as vice president of student government and HOSA. Ella is actively involved in academic organizations like the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, and Yearbook Staff. She has interned with the ACLU and the DA's Office, achieving success in DECA and receiving the Lasting Legacy Award. With over 400 service hours, she was honored with the HOSA Barbara James Service Award. Ella's civic engagement includes being appointed as Model United Nations General Assembly President and elected as Floor Leader at Youth in Government. Ella is active in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, having served as Youth Group Class President and graduated from the Seminary program. She has participated in Leadership Sumner Youth and American Legion Auxiliary Volunteer Girls State, earning nomination for Girls Nation and acceptance into Tennessee Governor's School. As an ambassador for the Tennessee Department of Health and Tobacco Free Kids and vice chair of the Tennessee Department of Education Student Engagement Subcommittee, Ella is passionate about public health and breaking barriers. Her initiatives "Be A Hero, Drop Vaping To Zero" and "Operation Second Chance" led to a universal vaping prevention policy, the declaration of April as "Anti-Vaping Month" in Tennessee, and the development of a curriculum connecting incarcerated individuals to second-chance employers. Ella has received notable honors including 2022 Youth Advocate of the Year, Distinguished Young Women of Music City, Coca-Cola Scholar, Princeton Prize in Race Relations Certificate Winner, and United States Senate Youth Program Delegate. She will graduate with high honors from Beech and pursue Political Science and Public Health with a Legal Studies Emphasis at Brigham Young University Honors College.



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