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APhiG Allstar

This award goes to the school that has accumulated the most points for APhiG Measures in one academic school year. This school has earned points by having programs designed to increase Sisterhood, promote Asian Awareness, Philanthropy, Academic Excellence, Fundraising, and Socials. This school has gone above and beyond the minimum requirements to be a chapter/colony in good standing according to National Board. This school far exceeds expectations and has set the bar for the following academic year.

  • 2010 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2009 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2008 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2007 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2006 - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  • 2005 - Michigan State University
  • 2004 - DePaul University
  • 2003 - California State Polytechnic University, Pomona & University of Arizona

Primero-Arabe Scholarship

This scholarship was dedicated in memory of Aileen Primero (1985-2007) and Janice Arabe (1981-2009). These two sisters exemplified what it was to be a sister of Alpha Phi Gamma. As well-rounded individuals, they strived to show all points of our values in everything they did. This sister has gone through a rigorous application process and was nominated by fellow sisters for her contributions to the sorority.

  • 2011 - Vineeta Tan (University of Missouri)
  • 2010 - Mai Nguyen (Colorado State University)

Academic Excellence

This scholarship goes to the 3 active sisters with the highest GPA for the current Spring semester. Aside from all their responsibilities as an active, they have also managed to do well in their studies, and put their education at the forefront. These sisters have shown they have the time management skills to stay involved in the sorority as well as furthering their educational endeavors.

  • 2010 - Jenny Chan (CPP), Marilynn Mayoyo (SDSU), Theresa Medina (DPU) & Cho Ling Clare (MU)
  • 2009 - Hui Wong (UA), Marie Acosta (SDSU) & Marilyn Mayoyo (SDSU)
  • 2008 - Jennifer Do (UA) & Katie Huang (MU)
  • 2007 - Brittany Wong (UA), Melody Chen (CPP) & Lindsey Ishikawa (UA)
  • 2006 - Theresa Dinh (MU), Susan Lam (DPU) & Caroline Reyes (SDSU)
  • 2005 - Justine Cabulong (UA), Janie Mercer (UA) & Caroline Reyes (SDSU)
  • 2004 - Marie Tang (NIU) & Janie Mercer (UA)
  • 2003 - Susan Woo (UA), Leah Kumayama (UA) & Susan Nguyen (NIU)

School Philanthropy Award

This award goes to the school that has had a true commitment to community service and philanthropic causes by having the most volunteer hours accumulated in one academic school year. This school has decided to make serving others a priority and a goal for the year.

  • 2011 - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • 2010 - Colorado State University
  • 2009 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2008 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2007 - Northern Illinois University
  • 2006 - University of Arizona
  • 2005 - University of Arizona & Northern Illinois University
  • 2004 - DePaul University

Individual Philanthropy Award

This award goes to the sister that has had a true commitment to community service and philanthropic causes by having the most volunteer hours accumulated in one academic school year. This sister has decided to make serving others a priority and a goal for the year.

  • 2011 - Marylett Ramos (San Diego State University)
  • 2010 - Corinne Fenster (Colorado State University)
  • 2009 - Anita Mui (Northern Illinois University)
  • 2008 - Marie Kanjanapan (Northern Illinois University)
  • 2007 - Lois Koo (Northern Illinois University)
  • 2006 - Becky Tsang (University of Arizona)
  • 2005 - Angel Chau (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)
  • 2004 - Alice Lau (DePaul University)
  • 2003 - Kathy Huynh (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)

Battle of the Sisters

This award goes to the school that has the best performance amongst the rest of the schools during National Conference. This school has all the moves, talent, and skills to be the show stoppers of the night.

  • 2009 - San Diego State University
  • 2008 - Colorado State University
  • 2007 - University of Missouri
  • 2006 - University of Arizona
  • 2005 - San Diego State University