Financial Aid - Master's of Science in Oriental Medicine

Other Scholarships

The scholarships listed below are available to students who are members of certain organizations. If you have questions about any of the scholarships listed or your eligibility for a particular scholarship program, contact the Office of Financial Aid.

Community Services Block Grant (CDBG) Scholarship

  • Deadline: Early May
  • Award: Varies
  • Application: Available Online (also available in Office of Financial Aid)
  • Criteria
    • Resident of DuPage County
    • Enrolled in an Illinois accredited higher education program
    • Minimum 2.5 GPA
    • Meet CSBG low-income requirements
    • For more information, call 630-407-6500

Mayway Scholarship Program

  • Deadline: May 15
  • Award: 1 award of $2,000 and 3 awards of $1,500 scholarships
  • Application: Download
  • Criteria:
    • Enrolled in accredited Oriental Medicine program who will be attending an OM college in the fall trimester
    • Master's level students should have completed a Chinese herbs class
    • Minimum 3.25 GPA
    • Complete essay on specific topic
    • Submit completed applications to the Financial Aid Office by May 15; awards announced in August.

nuherbs Co. Scholarship Program

  • Deadline: April 1 annually
  • Awards:
    • nuherbs Scholarship - $2,000
    • Herbal Times Scholarship - $1,500
    • Jade Dragon Scholarship - $1,000
  • Application: Available Online
  • Criteria
    • Enrolled in an ACAOM accredited school
    • Currently a student with minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
    • Must be enrolled in AC or OM program in upcoming Fall trimester
    • Submit application and essay meeting the current year criteria (Applications and essays submitted to NUHS for initial review/recommendation--contact Financial Aid Office)

Schweitzer Fellowship Opportunities
Each year, 30 students from a wide range of disciplines are selected as Schweitzer Fellows to design and implement innovative projects aimed at improving the health and well-being of underserved communities throughout Chicago. The Schweitzer Fellowship provides students an opportunity to augment their academic careers with experience working in communities, planning and leading a project from the ground up and making an important difference in the lives of others. In addition to their community work, other Program elements help to inspire and inform the Fellows and reinforce their commitment to humanitarian service. These include monthly meetings, symposia on pertinent public health issues and service days. Fellows may look forward to becoming part of a national community of "Fellows for Life," i.e., 3,000 Schweitzer alumni who are continuing to act upon their idealism by leading lives of service.