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UC Berkeley PHC offers a variety of academic resources for its members, which mostly consist of scholarships and monthly study. However, this is by no means a limit to the academic opportunities PHC members will have access too, as chapters often have their own chapter specific resources like study files, chapter-specific scholarships (which are listed under each chapter in Chapter Directory), academic advisors, and events for networking, and meeting alumnae. If you are interested in the ways that PHC invests in the academic well-being of its members or scholarships available, please contact the VP of Scholarship Nya Marquez at

Scholarship Opportunities

PHC offers a variety of scholarships for its members at periodic times throughout the year. Below are list of the scholarships offered, the 2022 recipients, amounts given, and requirements for the scholarship. Note that the amounts given annually depend on the PHC budget for that year.

New Member Scholarship

  • Given out in Fall and Spring Semesters

  • After recruitment, each chapter is responsible for nominating new members

    • Vice Presidents of Membership are responsible for speaking with their Exec Boards on determining who they chapter would like to nominate for this scholarship and then communicating this with the VP of Scholarship

    • Any New Member who joined through Fall Primary Recruitment or COB is eligible.

  • VP of Scholarship intends to award 13 scholarships, one for each chapter

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Scholarship

  • This is a non-merit based scholarship for PHC members who identify as part of a historically underrepresented or undeserved community within Greek life 

    • E.g. BIPOC, low income, disabled, LGBTQ+, DSP/mental health…any community or intersectional identity that Greek life often fails to cater to 

  • This scholarship aims to mitigate DEI issues by providing financial support, community resources, and inclusion initiatives 

  • Eligibility:

    • Applicant must be an initiated member in good standing of a Panhellenic chapter at UC Berkeley,

    • Applicant self-identifies as an underrepresented minority in Greek life

    • Applicant must be enrolled full-time at UC Berkeley for the academic year (graduating seniors & students currently studying abroad are not eligible)

    • There is no GPA requirement

  • The scholarship application consists of a Google Doc submission of two essay responses and transcript 

  • There are a total of 8 recipients. Two receive a scholarship of $2000 and six receive a scholarship of $1000

PHC Scholars of the Month

  • Each month, members are able to nominate a fellow sister who they feel exemplify what is means to be a PHC scholar 

  • Nominations are made through a Google Doc given out to each chapter at the beginning of each month 

  • Once a member is chosen, they will receive a small prize in addition to a celebratory post on PHC social media (with the winner’s consent)

Study Tables

  • Every week, a chapter volunteers to host Study Tables that are open to all PHC members

  • This is an opportunity to see other chapter houses, meet PHC members, find academic study buddies, or utilize a designated work space 

  • Spring 2023 PHC Study Tables are every other Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 PM 

    • Locations will be announced weekly on our social media and by PHC delegates in their individual Chapters!

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