ACHE Albert W. Dent Graduate Student Scholarship
March 31, 2018
- Scholarship Description
- The Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives established this scholarship in honor of Albert W. Dent, the first African-American Fellow of ACHE. This scholarship is offered to provide financial aid to minority students in healthcare management graduate programs to help offset tuition costs, student loans and expenses. Offered annually, the Albert W. Dent Graduate Student Scholarship is designated for minority students enrolled in their final year of a healthcare management graduate program.
-You are a Student Associate of the American College of Healthcare Executives and are in good standing
-You are a minority student enrolled in your final year (fall/spring) of full-time study in a healthcare management graduate program - MHA, MPH, MBA in Healthcare Administration or similar - with a graduation date between fall and summer of the upcoming academic year. (If you have a residency as part of your program and the upcoming fall term will be your second year of study, you may apply for a scholarship. If you have already completed your classroom work and are in the residency part of your program, you are not eligible to apply; doctoral students are also not eligible.)
-You are not required to be a Student Associate of the American College of Healthcare Executives. However, during the selection process, preference is given to applicants who are Student Associates of ACHE
-Demonstrate financial need
-U.S. or Canadian citizen
-You are not a previous recipient of this scholarship or the Foster G. McGaw Graduate Student Scholarship
For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
- Scholarship Committee
- One North Franklin St.
- Suite 1700
- Chicago, IL 60606-3529
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