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A.T. Still University (ATSU) Financial Aid and Scholarships

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www.atsu.edu/department-of-student-affairs/enrollment-services

A T Still University of Health Sciences (ATSU) participates in various Federal student financial assistance programs. The financial aid programs are designed to provide assistance to students who are currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment, but whose financial resources are inadequate to meet the full cost of their education.

Here are some of the scholarships provided by A.T. Still University of Health Sciences 

  • External Scholarship

  • Internal ASTU Scholarship

    • Scholarships for Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health
      • American Dental Partners Foundation Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to students entering into their 3rd or 4th year as ASDOH students and in good academic standing. Recipients must demonstrate professionalism and the qualities necessary for entering a dental group practice with evidence that they possess the following attributes: a record of successful teamwork; clinical excellence; and outstanding leadership skills. 
      • ATSU Diversity Excellence Award: ATSU is dedicated to supporting a diverse student body to become the future of quality healthcare for underserved communities. The Diversity Excellence Award supports students from all backgrounds to enhance the educational experience at ATSU. The Diversity Excellence Award rewards students dedicated to reducing healthcare disparities who demonstrate academic success, leadership, and community engagement. This award is for students going into their final year of study, is based on merit and not financial need. Selection is not limited to students from a minority or
        underserved background, but rather students actively working to improve the wellbeing and healthcare of diverse communities.
    • Scholarships for Arizona School of Health Sciences
      • Board of Trustees Scholarship: The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial support to ATSU students with financial need.
      • Norman Gevitz, PhD, NonEndowed Scholarship: The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to underrepresented minority and/or economically disadvantaged students at ATSU with financial need.
    • Scholarships for College of Graduate Health Studies
      • Norman Gevitz, PhD, Scholarship: The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to an ATSU underrepresented student that can demonstrate financial need based upon the current academic year FAFSA results.
    • Scholarships for Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
      • Alvina M. Britz Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial support for a KCOM student.
      • Arthur L. Harbarger, D.O., Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to KCOM students that can demonstrate financial need based upon the current academic year FAFSA results.
    • Scholarships for Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health
      • Kirksville Dental Group Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to a MOSDOH student that is in good standing and can demonstrate financial need based upon the current academic year FAFSA results. First preference is given to students who graduated from high school in one of the following Missouri counties: Adair, Chariton, Clark, Knox, Linn, Lewis, Macon, Marion, Putnam, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby, or Sullivan. Second preference is given to someone who graduated from a Missouri high school north of I-70. Third preference is given to a student who graduated from any high school in Missouri.
      • Kirksville Preferred Merchants' Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to an ATSU - Missouri student that is a long-time resident of Northeast Missouri. Recipients must have received their high school and/or undergraduate education in Northeast Missouri. Preference will be given to a current KCOM or MOSDOH student that will begin their 2nd year in the upcoming academic year.
    • Scholarships for School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona
      • Joe Gibson Scholarship: Dr Joe Gibson was a Phoenix-area Emergency Medicine Physician who was killed while on a training run in 2009. Dr Gibson exemplified many qualities which current education programs seek to instil in their students: dedication to improving medicine, wonderful bedside manner, a collaborative team spirit at work, and a well-rounded lifestyle. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance to SOMA and ASHS-PA students. Recipients must be in good academic standing, and lead or participate in activities related to the school and/or community charities in addition to normal expected academic pursuits. In doing so, this individual represents a well-balanced professional lifestyle.
      • Dr Art Mollen Health Lifestyle Scholarship: This scholarship was established by Arthur J. Mollen, DO, and Paige Mollen. The Mollen Foundation is dedicated to educating and empowering schools and communities to transform their lives by adopting healthy habits to achieve life-long benefits. The Mollen Foundation offers a comprehensive approach to healthy living through food education, physical activity, leadership, and resiliency skills The Mollen's believe their Foundation's mission aligns with that of ATSU's mission of mind, body, and spirit. This scholarship provides financial assistance to SOMA students entering into their 4th year. Preference will be given to applicants in the state of Arizona. Applicants should demonstrate leadership through involvement in school-related activities focused on a healthy lifestyle; educating the community on health improvement; and a focus on the student's personal development of lifestyle and wellness habits in order to better care for patients.
  • Graduate Health Professionals Scholarship

Federal Aid based on Family Income

Lower the family income higher is the amount of aid one can expect to receive. No sufficient information is available about the federal aid for those with different family income. For more information, please refer to the official website. This helps students who are coming from low-income homes to pay for their degree.

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