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Scholarships and Awards

Scholarship Links

www.fastweb.com www.collegeanswer.com
www.scholarships.com www.scholarshipguidance.com (added 3/6/14)

Outside Sources

Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) - Army, Navy, and Air Force

American Indian Graduate Center
National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program JFK Medical Center Scholarship [New Jersey candidates only ]  (added 2/12/14)
Indian Health Service Scholarship Program Arizona Army National Guard (added 3/6/14)
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) Hispanic Dental Association Scholarship (added 4/21/14)
USA Funds Access to Education
Scholarships
Dental Trade Alliance Foundation Dental Student Scholarship (added 4/24/14)
Lloyd E. Burton Scholarship  

Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) - Army, Navy, and Air Force

Military Student Loan Benefits - Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)

 

National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program

  • NHSC Scholarship Website
  • Toll-Free Help Line 1-800-221-9393
  • Pays full tuition and fees
  • Pays for required books, supplies and equipment, and student health insurance
  • Pays monthly stipend of approximately $1,250
  • Year for year obligation
  • Student MUST practice primary care (family medicine, general internal medicine, general pediatrics, psychiatry, or ob/gyn) AND serve in an underserved area of the country
  • Two-year minimum
  • Application deadline last Friday in March

Indian Health Service Scholarship Program

  • Indian Health Service Scholarship Program
  • Toll-Free Help Line 1-800-221-9393
  • Pays full tuition and fees
  • Pays for required books, supplies and equipment, and student health insurance
  • Pays monthly stipend of approximately $1,900
  • Year for year obligation
  • Two-year minimum
  • Must have tribal papers

American Indian Graduate Center

 

Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)

A.T. Still University of Health Sciences participates in the Professional Student Exchange Program administered by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), under which legal residents of western states without a public professional school in this field may receive preference in admission and reduced tuition at this institution. To be certified as eligible for this program, the student must write to the WICHE Certifying Officer in his/her state of legal residence for the program application form. The number of students to be supported in each state in this field depends upon state appropriations. For addresses of state certifying officers, consult the WICHE Professional Student Exchange Program, P.O. Box 9752, Boulder, Colorado 80301-9752 (telephone: 303/541-0214), or the WICHE website at http://www.wiche.edu.

USA Funds Access to Education Scholarships

Each year USA Funds will award more than 2,100 new, renewable USA Funds Access to Education Scholarships to qualified students nationwide. In addition to the new scholarships, USA Funds will award renewal scholarships to previous recipients who qualify.

The program offers $1,500 scholarships to qualified full-time graduate and professional students. Applicants for the scholarships must be enrolled or plan to enroll in coursework at accredited two-or four-year colleges, universities or vocational/technical schools.

For complete eligibility information and to apply online, students should visit the Access to Education link on USA Funds' Website.

Lloyd E. Burton Scholarship

The Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) – the voice for public health in Arizona - invites current higher-education students to apply for the Lloyd E. Burton Scholarship.  This $500 scholarship is awarded at the AzPHA Annual Membership in the fall.  The scholarship amount is made possible by the BHHS Legacy Foundation and the Arizona Public Health Association.

This scholarship provides recognition to Lloyd E. Burton, Ph.D. for his sustained support of AzPHA by providing a scholarship in his name to encourage interest in professions that improve the public’s health. 

Eligibility, application requirements, along with the application can be found at:  http://www.azpha.org/awards/scholarship.