Scholarships

Scholarships are available at three different levels: General, Florida Division, and through our Chapter. Mary Custis Lee 1451 is proud to offer financial assistance to qualifying students in pursuit of higher education.

All applicants wishing to apply for a UDC scholarship must apply through a sponsoring Chapter. To learn more about scholarship requirements and the application process, please contact our Chapter President.

General Scholarships

There are over 40 scholarships available. Current CofC scholarships can be found here.

A General Scholarship applicant must submit a completed application packet to the Second Vice President of the sponsoring Chapter by March 1 to allow time for the Chapter to submit packet to the Division Second Vice President by March 15.

Florida Division Scholarships

Among the qualifications for Florida Division scholarships, a student must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and provide the service record of their Confederate ancestor or an approved CofC or UDC application.

List of Scholarships:

Annie Foster Coleman Scholarship
Cathryn Garth Lancaster Scholarship
Confederate Memorial Scholarship
Dixie Scholarship
Estelle Avinger Haggard Scholarship
Gertrude Woodard CofC Scholarship
Gwen Hadden Vocational Scholarship
Kathryn Slaughter Wittichen CofC Scholarship
Mary Custis Lee Scholarship
Mary Martha Smith Reid Scholarship
Mattie T. Wright Scholarship
Rosalie Hawthorne Miller Scholarship
Ruby Graham Jones CofC Scholarship
Sue Kelly Cowger Scholarship
Virginia Hull McNary Scholarship
William Allen Lundy Scholarship


A Division Scholarship applicant must submit a completed application packet to the Second Vice President of the sponsoring Chapter by June 15 to allow time for the Chapter to submit packet to the Division Second Vice President by July 1. Exception - Gwen Hadden Vocational/Tech Scholarship application may be submitted anytime during the year.

Mary Custis Lee Chapter 1451 Scholarships

Our Chapter scholarships require maintaining a 2.5 GPA while enrolled in 18 or more credit hours per year and may be renewed for up to 4 years of study. Amounts are awarded based upon available scholarship funds at the time of application.