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NUHS Honors 13 Students with Institutional Scholarships

by Apr 15, 2015

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

Ryan Bakosh – Roberts Scholarship Andres Nunez – Foot Levelers Scholarship
Matthew Budavich – Smith Scholarship Nyarai Paweni – Wolf-Carr Scholarship
Kaley Burns – NUHS Scholarship Michelle Perisic – Gear Scholarship
Erin Emley – Conrad Scholarship Megan Procaccini – Alumni Scholarship
Heather Hastings – Chalmers Scholarship Ravi Rai – Nuetzel Scholarship
Jessica Hiipakka – Smith Scholarship

Tyler Lehman – Buchholz Scholarship

Janelle Mackowiak – Anderson Scholarship and Standard Process Scholarship

The scholarships ranged from $800 – $2800. These awards for current students are based on criteria specific to each particular scholarship, which often include GPA and essay requirements.

“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.

Summer trimester scholarship applications will be available online the beginning of June, and information will also be emailed to students. “We encourage all students to apply if they feel they meet eligibility requirements,” says Robert Dame. “You can’t win an award if you don’t apply!”

National University awards several institutional scholarships each trimester. These are in addition to university scholarships for incoming students, which are merit awards based on prior academic achievement.

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