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Winchester student receives Gamma Phi Beta Sisterhood Scholarship

The Morehead State University Foundation, in partnership with alumni of the Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta, has announced that Sarah Little from Winchester has received the Gamma Phi Beta Sisterhood Scholarship. The scholarship was established to benefit members of the Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta at MSU.  

Growing up with a mother as a nurse, a career in the medical field has always been an option for Little. She is a double-major student pursuing a degree in biomedical sciences and math. Little is involved with numerous extracurricular activities, such as Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity, Chemistry Club, Biology Club, the American Chemical Society, Cosmopolitan Club and Best Buddies. Due to her academic excellence, she has also been on the Dean’s List for six consecutive semesters. 

“After graduating Morehead State University, I still have years of education to complete, along with several loans to take out while doing so,” Little said. “The smallest of scholarships would be helpful in aiding me to reach these goals and take out the minimal amount of loans possible.” 

This scholarship was established as part of the Soar to New Heights Scholarship Campaign. For more information on this scholarship, or to establish your own, contact MSU’s Office of Alumni Relations and Development at 606-783-2033, email or visit

Photo, from left: Mindy Clark Highley (91), assistant vice president for alumni relations and development and a founding member of MSU’s Gamma Phi Beta Chapter, and Sarah Little, recipient of the Gamma Phi Beta Sisterhood Scholarship.