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Three Students Awarded Standard Process Scholarships

by Oct 14, 2015

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Three National University students were recently awarded generous scholarships sponsored by Standard Process, Inc.

The two winners of Standard Process Scholarships in the amount of $2000 each were DC student Dustin Houser, and ND student Mary Simon. Receiving a $2500 award for the Standard Process Acupuncture Scholarship is Sarah Brooks Fiedler.

Criteria for both the DC/ND and Acupuncture awards included a list of personal contributions to the university, the community and the student’s chosen profession, as well as an essay and minimum GPA requirement.

“Standard Process has been a solid supporter of our students and our university for many years, ” says NUHS President Joseph Stiefel. “We are grateful for their commitment to help produce outstanding professionals in natural health care.”

Standard Process contributes $8500 each year for scholarships given to National University students and makes the final decision on award winners based on their evaluation of applications. The Financial Aid office notifies students of application deadlines. For more information on how to apply for the next round of Standard Process scholarships, or to receive information on the many other university scholarships you may qualify for, contact [email protected].

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