Delta Community Credit Union HBCU Scholarship
"Education is the key to success," and V-103 and Delta Community Credit Union want to help you succeed.
In 2021, Delta Community will award $10,000 in scholarships to select students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
About Delta Community
Delta Community Credit Union is committed to improving the financial lives of its members. Programs like the HBCU Scholarship and our annual Delta Community Scholarship were created to help members with early financial milestones like going to college. Additionally, we are proud to offer products like free Savings and Checking Accounts to meet your financial needs during this important time of your life.
Learn more about Delta Community Credit Union or open an account online.
How to Enter
The contest period is now closed. Please check back in May for another chance to enter.
For other scholarship opportunities at Delta Community, please visit our Scholarships page.
Each quarter, a scholarship for $2,500 will be awarded to one student. Scholarships will be awarded in March, June, September and November 2021.
- Current undergraduate students at any of Georgia's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
- Graduating high school seniors who have received an official acceptance letter to a Georgia HBCU
Delta Community Credit Union will select one winner each quarter from among the most compelling submissions. Winners will be chosen after the contest period ends. Winners will be contacted by a representative from Delta Community and announced by V-103 on-air within 7 days after each contest period.
Congratulations to our HBCU Scholarship Award Winners
2021 First Quarter Scholar
The first recipient of our 2021 HBCU Scholarship is Giana Levy, a senior at Clark Atlanta University. Giana is an outstanding scholar, pursuing a degree in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Journalism. She has maintained a 3.9 GPA while being very active in student and community affairs. In addition to being a Dean’s List recipient and a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, she also serves as the current vice president for Clark Atlanta’s chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. While serving in this organization, she has implemented career workshops and mentorship programs, as well as organized numerous speaking engagements with Black media professionals for the organization’s members. Giana is passionate about advocating for others and is a Quarterman-Keller Scholar in Spelman College’s Social Justice Program. When not serving on campus, Giana is active in her community and spends her time volunteering at women’s clinics and the Department of Veterans Affairs.