Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association meets on the third Tuesday of each month except for June, July, August and December.  Our focus is our philanthropy, Mary Hall Freedom House, awarding scholarships and informing women about collegiate membership recruitment.  Is your sorority represented in AAPA?  Please contact to involve your organization.

Scholarship Spotlight

Tyler Reason

Duluth High School
Samford University

This scholarship has allowed me to go to an amazing school that backs my dreams and goals. I’ve found so many ways to get involved on campus and be a part of a community here at Samford. I’m so excited going forward to be able to move proceed with my educational goals and to serve my new community through organizations like Greek life and through Samford’s campus.

Clara McKay

Junior, Georgia Tech
Phi Mu

I am so grateful to be a recipient of the AAPAF Collegiate Scholarship because it is opening so many doors for me.  With this scholarship, I am able to study abroad (COVID permitting) at one of the top business schools in the world, to not only add an international perspective to my degree, but also to better myself with new experiences.  I could not have afforded the program without this aid, and I am so excited for everything that is in store for me with this opportunity.

Kim Tran

Junior, Georgia State
Alpha Omicron Pi

It is a pleasure and honor to be one of the recipients of the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association Foundation Scholarships.  I was not looking forward to my spring semester ending this this (due to COVID), but this scholarship brings a brighter note to my year which is a motivating factor for keeping me on track to finishing my degree this upcoming school year.  This scholarship signifies that I am doing the best I can in my sorority (AOPi) and ultimately becoming one step closer to my future success.  Overall, I am very appreciative and thankful for this generous donation because it enables me to have more confidence in reaching my personal and professional potential during these uncertain times. 

Adrienne Alderman

Emory Law
Alpha Chi Omega

Hello AAPAF members, I am a first year law student starting at Emory University School of Law. I am planning to pursue a career in public interest law.  With the help of this scholarship, I was able to buy all the books I needed to succeed in my “1L” year.  Thank you so much for your support of this cause.

The 2024 AAPA Foundation Scholarship Competition is Open

The Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association (AAPA) in conjunction with the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association Foundation (AAPAF), a community-based organization composed of alumnae from National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member sororities, has launched its...

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