The Oklahoma State Regents is inviting the students for its Chiropractic Education Scholarship Program introduced for the year 2020. The residents of Oklahoma for at least five years and also enrolled in or have been accepted to an accredited chiropractic school are eligible for this scholarship program.
The aim of the Chiropractic Education Scholarship Program is to help residents of the state of Oklahoma who is pursuing the study of chiropractic at an accredited out of state college. The award amount will be sufficient enough to pay for various expenses related to their higher and quality education.
The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education is known as the state legal pile for providing public education at the collegiate level. The organization is a co-ordinate system of colleges and universities that are located around the country.
Who May Be Eligible?
To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- The student must be a resident of Oklahoma for at least five years before the date of application.
- The student must be enrolled in or have been accepted to an accredited chiropractic school.
- Scholarship awardees under this program shall maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. The cumulative grade point average will be determined after the summer trimester for fall scholarship eligibility, and after the fall trimester for spring scholarship eligibility.
- A student may participate in the program for no more than four years.
How to Apply
Eligible applicants who want to apply for the award can download the application form and submit it along with the asked credentials through mail at:
Chiropractic Education Scholarship Program
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
Post Office Box 108850
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73101
- First-year students must include with this application a statement of admission to a college of chiropractic by a school official.
- Students beginning chiropractic study before the summer 2017 term must consist of an official transcript with this application. Students with a cumulative grade point average below 3.00 will not be considered for participation in the program.
- Fall scholarship eligibility will be determined after the summer trimester.
The organization will provide various annual award amounts, but it will not exceed $6,000 per student. The award will be sent to an official of the chiropractic school for distributing to the student towards their educational expenses such as tuition, fees, books, etc.
The deadline for all documents to be submitted is July 31, 2020.