Scholarships for Chiropractic Students

Find College Scholarships for Chiropractic Programs

Medical professionals are hit hard with educational expenses, because additional specialized study is required beyond standard 4-year degree programs.  Paying undergraduate tuition often requires financial assistance from government and private sector sources, and the stakes are even higher for those students enrolled in medical training programs.

Health fields are booming though, due to age demographic shifts and increased need for well-trained health care personnel.  As a result, financial aid opportunities for nurses, technicians, doctors and other health care providers are widespread.  Professional medical associations, like those serving Chiropractic fields, and individual campus financial aid programs are prominent resources for college students enrolled in chiropractic medicine programs.

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Scholarships from Organizations

Whether promoting general complementary health or a particular chiropractic philosophy, national groups provide financial assistance for the next generation of chiropractors.

American Specialty Health provides scholarships for complementary health care, including two $7,500 awards for chiropractic studies. All students who have completed at least one year of study at accredited institution and earned a 3.0 GPA are eligible. Applicants must submit an essay on a complementary health-related topic. Financial need and involvement in career-related activities are also considered when reviewing candidates.

The American Chiropractic Association offers several $1,000 and $2,500 scholarships, which are reserved for outstanding students who are  members of the organization.

The Blair Chiropractic Society offers $1,000 scholarships for students interested in Dr. William G. Blair’s signature methods. Applicants must demonstrate their interest in the Blair Chiropractic Technique by attending at least one Blair Primary Seminar.  Applicants qualify for scholarship awards by enclosing lists of seminars attended, with other application materials, and by submitting required essays related to the Blair technique. Before applying, qualified students should have a cumulative 2.5 GPA at accredited chiropractic schools. Applicants must also be members of a Blair club, if one exists at their school. There is no formal application form for the award, instead, submission of all required materials constitutes an application.

International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations offers two scholarships for chiropractic students:

School-Specific Scholarships

Palmer College of Chiropractic offers an extensive list of scholarships, which assist students enrolled in the college’s chiropractic degree programs.  There are several general scholarships available, such as the Palmer Achievement Award, offering a renewable $1,500 scholarship for high-achieving students, and the Palmer International Student Scholarship, applying $1,500 toward winners’ first trimester tuition. Many other awards are issued, based on specific eligibility requirements.  Some are available only to residents of  particular states and members of certain campus organizations. Some of the college’s unique scholarship offerings include full-tuition scholarships for all state-level Miss America Pageant winners, and special funding set aside for Canadian, Danish, and Italian students.

New York Chiropractic College administers merit- and need-based scholarships for incoming chiropractic students. NYCC Merit Scholarships and NYCC High Merit Scholarships reward those who have earned GPAs between 3.0 and 4.0. The Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarship provides up to $5,000 each, for economically disadvantaged and minority students who agree to practice their profession in the state of New York.  The service-for-tuition agreements require one year of service for each year that financial assistance is accepted. Chiropractic Legacy Scholarships provide $2,500 each, for students following in the footsteps of family members who are licensed chiropractors.

Logan College of Chiropractic University Programs supports degree pursuits with educational scholarships for enrolled students.  Merit-based awards, including endowed scholarships, are offered to outstanding program participants, who qualify based on academic performance and likelihood of succeeding in chiropractic medicine.  The campus financial aid department is also instrumental in landing external assistance for qualified Logan chiropractic students.