Fall Term Gets Underway with 212 New Students

Kate Martin | September 13, 2012

University Provides $84,000 in New Student Scholarships This Term

The Northwestern community expanded last week, as 212 new students started classes at Northwestern. The incoming class includes:

  • 130 students in the College of Chiropractic
  • 23 students in the College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
  • 24 students in the School of Massage Therapy; and
  • 34 students in the College of Undergraduate Health Sciences

Nearly 40 incoming students are benefitting from Northwestern’s scholarship program which provides merit, legacy, and international student scholarships. The incoming class includes three international students receiving a $1,000 first-term scholarship. Two hail from Canada and one from Hong Kong. Six students are receiving a $2,500 first-term Legacy scholarship, and one student a $500 Legacy scholarship; this scholarship is available to students whose immediate family member graduated from Northwestern. Additionally, 26 students are receiving a $2,500 merit scholarship, available to first-term students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above.

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