About the Scholarship

The Franklin D. Boyce Annual Health Scholarship program is awarded by the John Randolph Foundation in the memory of the service of Mr. Boyce as CEO of the medical center.

The scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled or planning to enroll in an institution of higher learning for an undergraduate or graduate degree program in the fields related to health.

The scholarship program is provided in order to promote health occupations by encouraging more students to enter this career.


Franklin D. Boyce Annual Health Scholarship Awards

  • The recipients of the scholarship program are awarded an amount of $2500.

  • The students may use the scholarship amount to pay for tuition and fees, on-campus dormitory, meal plan expenses, and books and supplies.

  • The scholarship committee selects the recipients of the scholarship program based on certain eligibility criteria.

  • The scholarship is funded through private donations and the John Randolph Foundation Endowment.


Franklin D. Boyce Annual Health Scholarship Application

The applicant must be eligible based on the criteria set by the scholarship committee in order to apply and receive the scholarship program.

The applicants must complete the John Randolph Foundation Scholarship Application which is available on the official website of the organization. The following documents must be submitted along with the application:

  • High school or college transcripts.

  • Student Aid Report (SAR) including the Expected Family Contribution (EFC).

  • FAFSA Application.

  • Three letters of recommendation.

  • Personal statement and essay based on the topic prompted.


Franklin D. Boyce Annual Health Scholarship Application Deadline

The application inclusive of all the required documents must be submitted to the John Randolph Foundation Scholarship Committee before February 15th without fail. No late submissions or incomplete applications will be accepted past the deadline.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be pursuing a full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate course in a health-related field.

  • The student must produce financial need.

  • The student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.