Radiologic Technology Scholarships

Radiologic Technology 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
  • Legacy Scholarship – students whose immediate family member is a NWHSU alumnus
  • 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.

The Winter 2025 term scholarship cycle will open soon.

  • Students who apply will be considered for scholarship for which they are eligible based on scholarship criteria.
  • Scholarship application essays are reviewed by a committee and scored based on the quality of responses to the essay questions. Please note, essay questions are subject to change for each new application cycle.
  • For Scholarship essay writing help, please refer to:
  • *NOTE: Incoming students need to be accepted to NWHSU by the scholarship deadline to be eligible for donor scholarships.
  • NOTE: Award recipients who change their start term forfeit the scholarship awarded and must re-apply in the application cycle for their new start term.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT):

American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) offers multiple student scholarships as well as professional development scholarships once you obtain registration. Visit their website for more detailed information.

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.