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Scholarship Opportunities

The Concord Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. provides educational funding for Black/African American high school seniors in Cabarrus County and/or Kannapolis City Schools who are interested in pursuing post-secondary education (i.e.: 2 or 4 year institutions, trade schools, etc.).

The Concord Alumnae Chapter is pleased to announce that the 2024 Scholarship application is available! Complete the application HERE.


While an applicant can apply to multiple scholarships, an applicant is only eligible to receive one scholarship within this scholarship year.

For information about applying for a scholarship, email the Scholarship Committee at scholarship@concordalumnaedst.org.

The deadline for applications is April 1, 2024. ​

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Concord Alumnae Excellence Scholarship

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to Cabarrus County high school seniors who have enrolled at a post-secondary institution, have established an excellent record of volunteerism and community service, and have achieved superior academic success in high school.

Peggy Freeman Fleming Need Based Scholarship

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to Cabarrus County high school seniors who have enrolled at a post-secondary institution, have established an excellent record of volunteerism and community service, and can demonstrate a need for financial assistance.

Arts & Letters Scholarship

One-time scholarship award in the amount of at least $1,000.00 to be awarded to a student who is enrolled or has been accepted at a post secondary school, majoring in the arts. The arts encompasses vocal music, instrumental music, music education, performance, music theory & composition, visual arts, art history, art education, design, graphic design, creative writing, drama, theatre arts, new media, film studies, dance, choreography and photography.

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