Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Scholarships

The Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine scholarships are awarded to students who will be enrolled full-time and meet specific criteria.

Incoming Student Scholarships:

NWHSU’s institutional scholarships help you reduce the cost of attendance since they do not need to be paid back. You may be eligible to receive more than one of our available scholarships. Apply for these scholarships during the Admissions application process in your application portal.

  • Diversity Scholarship – students who have demonstrated service or leadership in diversity organizations or activities
  • International Scholarship – students who are not U.S. citizens and require a visa to enter the country
  • Legacy Scholarship – students whose immediate family member is a NWHSU alumnus
  • Merit Scholarship – students with an admission GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Join us for Discovery Day and earn a $1,000 Scholarship. Learn more here.
  • See below for more scholarship options
Incoming and Current Student Scholarships:

Our Donor Partners are pleased to offer a variety of scholarships to incoming and current students. Scholarship volume is limited, and awards are competitive. Students who apply will be considered for all scholarship for which they are eligible.

Apply here for the Fall 2023 term. The scholarship application deadline is Monday, July 31, 2023 for the Fall 2023 term.

Current Student Standard Process Scholarship:

Established to recognize an individual who has made a significant impact at Northwestern Health Sciences University. The recipient must show excellence demonstrated by outstanding, initiative, impact of work, and community involvement. By recognizing excellence, this award will motivate others to be involved in service to their communities, NWHSU and the profession of natural health care. Recipients will receive a $2500 scholarship.

The Standard Process scholarship application will open soon for the Winter 2024 term

Incoming and Current Student Scholarship Limit:

Students are not eligible to receive a combination of scholarships and/or tuition remission benefits totaling more than 100% of the cost of their tuition.