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NUHS Awards Institutional Scholarships to 11 Students

by Dec 28, 2016

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Congratulations to 11 National University students who were recently awarded various scholarships toward their doctorate degrees in chiropractic and naturopathic medicine, and masters degrees in acupuncture and oriental medicine.

announcing scholarship winners graphicInstitutional scholarships include a variety of corporate, alumni, memorial and university sponsored awards that can range from $1,000 to $23,000. The scholarships are based on criteria that often include GPA and essay requirements reviewed by the Financial Aid Scholarship Committee.

These scholarships are in addition to university scholarships awarded to incoming students based upon merit and prior academic achievement. The awards are given every trimester and are funded mostly by donors and alumni.

“These scholarships represent the generosity of our corporate sponsors and the support of our alumni,” said Marc Yambao, director of financial aid. “I encourage more students to apply and take advantage of the several scholarships available to them.”

Scholarship applications for the spring 2017 trimester will be available in January.

Institutional Scholarships

Lorence Scholarship – Serena Brown

Schonauer Scholarship – Melanie Dec

Conrad Scholarship – Amanda Driscoll

Pickenburg Scholarship – Stephanie Durocher

Cassidy Scholarship – Jessica Lodal

Winterstein Scholarship – Halima Phelps

Rupolo Scholarship – Douglas Valdez

Colonel Sanders Scholarship – Aimee Wrubel

Standard Process Scholarships

Acupuncture Scholarship:

Iulianaa Lixandru

Chiropractic Scholarship:

Halima Phelps

Jo Nell Shaw

Jessica Lodal

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