This scholarship is for military spouses, military dependents, or transitioning service members pursuing a wide range of healthcare and wellness careers such as dentistry, nursing, home healthcare aid, or caregiver.
This scholarship is available to graduates of Lanier High School who graduated on the Recommended High School Plan. The recipient must demonstrate financial need and be pursuing a healthcare field of study.
This scholarship is for students pursuing a degree in a health and wellness related field, including medicine. This includes chiropractic, physical therapy, dentistry, nursing, medical doctors, medical assistants, massage therapy and many others.
This scholarship is for freshmen or sophomore students accepted into a Health care-related program. Applicants must be Wyoming residents and not affiliated with any Blue Cross/Blue Shield employee. Financial need is a factor.
This scholarship is for students in the Respiratory Therapy Degree program who have already completed their first fall semester and are entering their spring semester. Recipients must also have lived in North Carolina for over a year.
This scholarship is for students who are enrolled in the Harrison School of Pharmacy and demonstrate financial need, with preference to residents of Walker, Jefferson, or Shelby County, Alabama and **members of the National Community Pharmacist Association.
This scholarship is for full-time students at Northwest College who are a Heathcare-related major. Recipients must have a minimum of 2.50 GPA, with a cumulative 2.50 GPA required after the Fall semester for a second semester (midyear) disbursement.
This scholarship is for students who are pursuing a Life or Health Sciences degree. Awarding priority is given to non-traditional students, non-Wyoming residents, applicants who present a clear post-graduate career plan, and/or applicants who demonstrate significant financial hardship.
This scholarship is for students pursuing fields of study in medical/healthcare/pharmacy related studies. Applicants are not required to be patients of FOSRX/FAST, but must have an eligible diagnosis (family members of diagnosed person are not eligible).
This scholarship is for any student currently enrolled in a healthcare related program. It is awarded based on an essay discussing the best ways to control healthcare costs without compromising quality (4000-10,000 characters).
This scholarship is for students from Marble Falls High School (Texas), Tishomingo High School (Oklahoma) or Ada High School (Oklahoma) who are in the top 10% of their class. The recipient must plan to major in Business, Sciences, Computers, Christian Religion, Literature, Pre-med, Medical Field, or Engineering.
The dual M.D./Ph.D. program at UAMS was developed to respond to the need for medical students trained in multiple medical and scientific arenas. Students selected for this program must first complete the initial two pre-clinical years of medical school.
This scholarship is for students who plan to pursue a degree in a health-related field of study. Applicant must demonstrate self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, participation and leadership in school activities, and work experience.
This scholarship is for students of Iranian descent, enrolled in the following colleges (in order of preference): College of Engineering and Applied Science, the College of Pharmacy, or the College of Medicine.
This scholarship is for pre-medical or medical students. Applicants must complete a 15-question online test designed to assess key characteristics that we believe are essential to becoming a future physician and an advocate for diversity.
This scholarship is for new WGU students (within 90 days of enrolling) and returning WGU graduates (within 90 days of beginning the continuing program) pursuing a program in the College of Health Professions.