University of Southern Indiana

Scholarships and Aid

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A full list of College of Nursing and Health Professions scholarships also is available.

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Name
# of Awards
Amount
Cash Award
Academic Achievement Award in Respiratory Therapy
1
$200
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Highest GPA for second year respiratory therapy student. Not renewable. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Better Breathers First Year Academic Award
1
$100
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Highest GPA for second year respiratory therapy student. Not renewable. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Houser Respiratory Disease Clinical Award
1
$100
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Student recognized for demonstrating excellent clinical ability and dedication. Not renewable. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Kuhlenschmidt Clinical Skills Award
1
$100
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Second year student demonstrating excellent clinical ability and dedication. Not renewable. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Most Valuable Peer Award
1
$100
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Second year student chosen by his/her peers as the individual demonstrating the greatest amount of emotional and academic support for other class members. Not renewable. May not be awarded to a graduating senior.
Robert & Sharon Hooper Respiratory Therapy Scholarship
2
$200
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: To be awarded to two respiratory therapy students to help offset the cost of the Kettering Review. 1) Highest GPA. 2) For greatest financial need. Not renewable, but may be re-awarded (if they still have highest GPA or most need). May not be awarded to a graduating senior. Student Financial Assistance must validate need.
Selection Process:
  • Faculty to select
Criteria: Full-time students at the University of Southern Indiana enrolled in an undergraduate pre-clinical program which prepares them to seek employment in the fields of gerontology, geriatrics, long-term care and/or long-term care administration. Preference shall be given to students who are enrolled full-time in a specific health-related degree program with work experience and/or volunteer service related to gerontology. Preference shall be given to undergraduate students with junior or senior status or graduate students with at least one academic year of study remaining at the time the scholarship is received. Students who are in good academic standing at the University of Southern Indiana and maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher on a 4.0 scale when the scholarship is awarded and received. Applicants shall submit to the selection committee a one-page essay describing their career goals. The scholarship is not automatically renewable, but may be renewed if the recipient continues to meet the eligibility requirements of the scholarship.

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