Information is available on Navy, Air Force, and Army Health Professions scholarship in the Student Affairs Office. These scholarships provide educational expenses and a monthly stipend. Students who apply and are accepted accrue active military duty on a year-to-year basis, with a minimum of two year service obligation.
CMU’s Out-of-State Tuition Merit Award grants
in-state tuition rates for any student studying in a Mount Pleasant-based program. Another program, CMU’s Neighboring Regions Award
, grants in-state tuition rates to any resident from Indiana, Ohio, Illinois or Wisconsin with at least a 3.3 GPA or any resident from the province of Ontario, Canada with at least a 3.0 GPA. No applications are required. To learn more, visit https://go.cmich.edu/tuitionandaid/graduate/Pages/scholarships.aspx
.Michigan State Loan Repayment Program Overview & Updates
MSLRP helps employers recruit and retain primary medical, dental, and mental healthcare providers by providing loan repayment to those entering into MSLRP service obligations. MSLRP service obligations require participants to provide full-time primary healthcare services in Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs) at not-for-profit health clinics for two years.
Lapeer County Medical Scholarship
This fund was established to promote various medical related purposes, including scholarship. Applicants must be residents of Lapeer County, at least a second year-enrolled college student in a pre-science medical professional career such as medical, dental, nursing, or physician’s assistant program; and maintain a 3.2 GPA. Preference is given to applicants based on financial need. Award – minimum $500.00. Scholarship information is available at http://www.lapeercountycommunityfoundation.org/Scholarships.htm
. Contact Information: Ashley White – Executive Director of the Lapeer County Community Foundation Scholarship Program at 810-664-0691 or email@example.com
Muskegon County Medical Society Alliance Scholarship
The MCMSA's scholarships are available to students enrolled in one of the medical/healthscience fields such as pre-PA/PA, pre-med/medicine, nursing, physical therapy, dietetics, bio-medical engineering, medical technology, radiology, medical school, etc. The student must be a resident of Muskegon County and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2. He/she must be a sophomore and currently enrolled in a medical/health science field. Reapply for renewal. Visit http://www.mcmsa.org/scholarship.html
to check for the April deadline to be considered for next year. Funds vary. The application packet is available at http://www.muskegoncc.edu/Include/StudentServices/2014-2015/Muskegon%20County%20Medical%20Society%20Alliance.pdf
. Contact Information: Muskegon County Medical Society Alliance C/O Ms. Shirley Green 2574 Morton Avenue Muskegon, MI 49441 Fax (231) 759-9000.
Program Specific Ahmad Hakemi
Students accepted into PA Program with preference given to students with a financial need with a 3.4 GPA. (Estimated as of 2014 was $1500. *Amounts can changes year to year. )Burns
A student enrolled in a program with The Herbert H. and Grace A. Down College of Health Professions, with plans of applying for the Physician Assistant Program. Preference will be given to the students with the greatest financial need from one of the following Mid-Michigan area schools: St. Johns, Dewitt, Westphalia, Fowler, Pewamo, Hubbardson, Carson City, Perrington, Ashley, Ovid-Elsie with a GPA 3.0. (Estimated as of 2014 was $1,000.)Gamez(Estimated as of 2014 was $1,000.)Ron Nelson
Student must be accepted into the Physician Assistant Program. Preference will be given to a student from a rural or underserved area, have a proven financial need, and should have previous community involvement and leadership skills with a GPA 3.5 or higher. (Estimated as of 2014 $500. *Amounts can changes year to year)Wintermyer