Money Tree Billing Scholarship — Winter

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for this scholarship applicants must:

  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Be a current student enrolled in the Chiropractic program in the winter
  • Have overcome personal, social, and/or physical obstacles pursuing an education and/or be from a living environment or academic setting that may have hindered educational pursuits

Award Details

  • The scholarship is awarded to two qualified students (one in the fall and one in the winter)
  • The scholarship recipients will receive an award equal to $2,000 for the Chiropractic program
  • Complete the application procedure TBD (see below)

Scholarship Financial Parameters

  • Current students may only apply for the Money Tree Scholarship twice a year. (Once enrolled, a student may apply)
  • Students may receive other scholarships that are equal or less than the remaining portion of their tuition. However, 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.
  • The Money Tree Scholarship is reserved for a qualified candidate and will not be awarded if there are no qualified applicants.


Fall Scholarship: Complete the application procedure TBD (see application form below)

Award Notification

The Fall Money Tree Scholarship applicant awardee will be notified via email

Application Form

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Upon Completion of Your Education

By reducing your educational debt, the Money Tree Scholarship allows you to focus your time and energy on serving your community through your clinical practice. The ultimate goal of this scholarship is to inspire you to continue to serve communities in need of health care after graduation and to keep you engaged with the campus community. Therefore upon graduation, Money Tree Scholarship recipients will serve two years as Alumni Ambassadors under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Admissions.

Upon receipt of a scholarship award, an adjustment may be made to your financial aid package to meet federal regulations and institutional policies.