On August 14, 2014, The Epsilon Tau Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. presented Mr. Bryant Hunter of Prairie View, TX with the 2014-15 Leadership Scholarship. A graduate of Waller High School, Mr. Hunter is an incoming freshman at Prairie View A&M University majoring in Agriculture. Some of Mr. Byrant's agriculture accolades include winning Grand Champion in Ag-Mechanics for his work on a 16 ft. Lowboy trailer, Awarded "Gold Belt Buckle" for placing 1st in weight class at the Waller County Fair in 2013, showing at the Waller County Fair/Ag show, and raising 6 pigs. Bryant plans to develop entreprenuer skills as a student leading to the ownership of an Agriculture Enterprise. Mr. Hunter’s leadership and impressive character makes him a well deserving recipient of the 2014-2015 Leadership Scholarship setting the bar high for next year’s candidates!
The Epsilon Tau Lambda Collegiate Scholarship (ETLCS) was established by the Epsilon Tau Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., to support the educational endeavors of high school male students entering Prairie View A&M University for as a freshman.
The Epsilon Tau Lambda Chapter was chartered on November 7, 1952 in Prairie View, Texas and continue to support and implement the national programs and projects of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., especially the Go to High School, Go to College Program. In addition to the mission of the national organization, Epsilon Tau Lambda Chapter Education Committee’s mission is to:
With this mission in mind, we are pleased to provide this scholarship to students as supplemental support of their educational endeavors.
The Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant, created in 1976, is a national program and an outgrowth of the long-standing tradition of Alpha Chapters designating outstanding young ladies as "Chapter Sweethearts". The Pageant serves as a training ground to develop and enhance young women into progressive and productive citizens, while providing scholarship opportunities to fulfill their dreams and aspirations.
For more information on the pageant, please write to Frederick V. Roberts at