Scholarship

March 1, 2016

 

NSU offers supplemental scholarships throughout the year based on academic merit, community service, and/or financial need, and/or in acknowledgment of outstanding service to the University community. Scholarships are generally awarded at least once a year as well as at least once a year for outstanding clinical intern.

NSUHS offers a Family Member Scholarship which is designed for directly related family members who concurrently enroll into NSUHS. Please speak with the Program Director or Academic Dean for further information.

The 2016 nuherbs Co. Scholarship Program will award three scholarships to aid students of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in their studies.

1) nuherbs Scholarship: $2,000.00
2) Herbal Times Scholarship: $1,500.00
3) Jade Dragon Scholarship: $1,000.00

The eligibility requirements are as follows:

1) A current student with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0**

2) Attend a participating ACAOM accredited acupuncture school.

3) Submit a completed application, including an essay, to your school´s financial aid office by April 22, 2016.

Download a copy of the application here:

http://www.nuherbs.com/_file/student_scholarship_app_16.pdf

The essay question for 2016 is:
“How would you contribute to the wider TCM community beyond being a great practitioner?”

Read the past essays here:

www.nuherbs.com/giving/scholarship

About nuherbs Chinese Medicine Scholarship Program:

Reintroduced in 2007 this industry first scholarship program initially ran from 1999 to 2001. Through this scholarship program, nuherbs Co. has pledged its ongoing support to the future of Chinese Medicine and this beautiful heritage of healing.

**You must be enrolled in an ACAOM accredited school at the time of the application. You also must plan to attend the Fall 2016 term. Students graduating Spring or Summer 2016 or entering Fall 2016 are not eligible. You do not need to provide transcripts with your application. By processing your applications your schools are verifying that you have the requisite grade point average or its equivalent at schools that do not issue letter or number grades.