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NUHS Awards Institutional Scholarships to 12 Students

by Dec 21, 2015

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ational University of Health Sciences recently announced the winners of several institutional scholarships:

Angela Bott, Colonel Sanders Scholarship

Matthew Budavich, Beatty Scholarship

Danielle Burgoyne, Conrad Scholarship

Kaley Burns, Diane Winterstein Scholarship

Christopher Kotwicki, Pickenburg Scholarship

Breanna Kussy, Schonauer Scholarship

Ashley Lederman, Cassidy Scholarship

Nathanial McKee, Colonel Sanders Scholarship

Lindsey Wienckowski, Lorence Scholarship

Robert Koser, Dr. Herman Ulrich Scholarship

Kaylee Hutchinson, Dr. Lee Arnold Scholarship

Brett Pearson, Yochum Scholarship

The scholarships ranged from $1120 – $3580. These awards for current students are based on criteria specific to each particular scholarship, which often include GPA and essay requirements. Several institutional scholarships are awarded in each trimester. These are in addition to university scholarships for incoming students, which are merit awards based on prior academic achievement.

“Institutional scholarships at NUHS are comprised of a variety of memorial, corporate, alumni and university sponsored awards,” says Robert Dame, director of financial aid for NUHS.

Spring trimester scholarship applications will be available soon, and information will also be emailed to students. “We encourage all students to apply if they feel they meet eligibility requirements,” says Robert Dame.

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