Scholarships 2018-06-11T23:33:53+00:00

Scholarships

At YSU, we provide students with a remarkable educational opportunity. In turn, our students bring rich, diverse experiences, adding to the vibrancy of the Yo San Community.

Thanks to the generosity of our alumni and friends, we are able to reward achievement among our student body with scholarship support. By offsetting the cost of attendance, we hope to ensure YSU remains a dynamic place of learning for all!

Interested incoming and current students must meet specific eligibility requirements and submit the appropriate application with any supporting documentation (if specified) by published deadlines. Deadlines may vary by scholarship programs.
View DAOM Scholarships 2018.
View Additional Scholarships 2018.

MATCM SCHOLARSHIPS (2018)

Founders’ Scholarship

The Founders’ Scholarship recognizes outstanding personal and professional achievements in new and transfer students to the MATCM Program.

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$1,000 in tuition credit.

New MATCM students and transfer students with no more than 48 transfer credits.

Demonstrated outstanding personal and professional achievement(s).
No application is required other than application for admission.

President’s Scholarship

The President’s Scholarship recognizes academic excellence in the pre-clinical years in the MATCM program.

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$1,500 tuition credit per trimester, renewable for six consecutive trimesters (for a total award amount of up to $9,000)

New MATCM students and transfer students with no more than 48 transfer credits.

Up to three (3) awards per trimester.

For the initial award, applicants must submit a completed scholarship application.
The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic performance.

1. Outstanding academic performance
2. Maintaining minimum term GPA of 3.5
3. Maintaining a full-time course load of no less than 12 credits
4. Maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc)

Yo San Legacy Scholarship (MATCM)

The Yo San Legacy Scholarship recognizes academic excellence and perseverance in the MATCM program, and honors the continuation of the 39th generation of the Yo San Legacy as represented by our students.

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$1,000 tuition credit per trimester, renewable for six consecutive trimesters (for a total award amount of up to $6,000).

Currently enrolled MATCM students who has completed at least two years (defined as 96 credit units) in the program.

Up to two (2) awards per trimester.

For the initial award, applicants must submit a completed scholarship application.
The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic performance as well as contributions in general to the YSU community.

1. Outstanding academic performance
2. Maintaining minimum term GPA of 3.5
3. Maintaining a full-time course load of no less than 12 credits
4. Maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc)

The William H. Hazen Foundation Scholarship

The William H. Hazen Foundation Scholarship recognizes extraordinary academic achievement along with talent and demonstrated leadership potential.

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Criteria for continued scholarship disbursement:

$ 4,000 disbursed over three consecutive trimesters.

Currently enrolled MATCM students who have completed at least two years (defined as 96 credit units) in the program.

One award per year.

Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application. The recipient will be selected by a scholarship committee based on the following criteria:
1. Possess a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5
2. Be a recipient of need-based federal financial aid at YSU
3. Demonstrate commitment to a career in Traditional Chinese Medicine

1. Outstanding academic performance
2. Maintaining minimum term GPA of 3.5
3. Maintaining a full-time course load of no less than 12 credits
4. Maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc)

Dean’s Prize

The Dean’s Prize is awarded every trimester to the student with the highest score on the MATCM Graduation Examination.

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$ 150 cash prize

First-time test-takers with a minimum test score of 80% is required.

One award per trimester

Board of Trustees Meritorious Award

The Board of Trustees Meritorious Award is presented annually to the graduating student with the highest final cumulative grade point average (above 3.75). This award is presented at the annual commencement ceremony.

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$ 300 cash prize

Graduating student with the highest final cumulative grade point average
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One award per year.


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DAOM SCHOLARSHIPS (2018)

Chancellor’s Scholarship

The Board of Trustees Meritorious Award is presented annually to the graduating student with the highest final cumulative grade point average (above 3.75). This award is presented at the annual commencement ceremony.

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$1,500 tuition credit per trimester, renewable for three (3) consecutive trimesters (for a total award amount of up to $4,500).

New DAOM students and transfer students with no more than 18 transfer credits

Up to three (3) awards per cohort.

For the initial award, applicants must submit a completed scholarship application. The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic performance in his/her entry-level degree program, as well as documented personal and professional achievements.

Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in the DAOM program, as well as maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc).

Yo San Legacy Scholarship (DAOM)

The Yo San Legacy Scholarship recognizes academic excellence and perseverance in the DAOM program, and honors the continuation of the 39th generation of the Yo San Legacy as represented by our students.

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$1,500 tuition credit per trimester, renewable for three (3) consecutive trimesters (for a total award amount of up to $4,500).

Currently enrolled DAOM students who have maintain satisfactory academic progress in his/her first year of study in the DAOM program.

Up to three (3) awards per trimester.

For the initial award, applicants must submit a completed scholarship application. The recipient(s) will be selected by a scholarship committee based on each applicant’s academic performance as well as contributions in general to the YSU community.

Maintaining satisfactory academic progress in the DAOM program, as well as maintaining in overall good standing (payment of outstanding balances, absence of adverse disciplinary actions, etc).

DAOM Distinction Award

The DAOM Distinction Award is presented annually to the graduating DAOM student who has distinguished himself/herself in the multifaceted arenas of academic achievement, clinic excellence and scholarly activities. This award is presented at the annual commencement ceremony.

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$300 cash prize .

Nominated by the DAOM Faculty for outstanding academic achievement, clinic excellence and scholarly activities.

One award per year.


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Other Funds

Hazen Emergency Fund

The Hazen Emergency Fund was made possible by the generous gifts of YSU alumna Corie Tappin, L.Ac (MATCM Class of 2013). Through this fund, students in both the MATCM and DAOM programs may request an interest-free loan of up to $500 for bona fide emergencies, as long as funds are available. The fund operates on the good faith that the borrowers will repay the loan, as the monies loaned to students comes from the repayment of past borrowers.

To apply for the Hazen Emergency Fund, please contact the YSU Director of Financial Aid.

Other Scholarships

Yo San University strives to provide our students with information on scholarship opportunities.
For more information on the scholarships’ eligibility and deadlines, please visit the respective links provided.

Mayway Scholarship

Mayway is a California-based Chinese herbal medicine distributor with a strong dedication to the advancement of plant-based medicine and environmental preservation. To support these efforts, Mayway offers scholarships to the qualified master’s and doctoral level student in accredited acupuncture/oriental medicine colleges in the US.

More info is available at https://www.mayway.com/scholarships/

NuHerbs Scholarship

Three scholarships are available to students from Yo San University with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA.
The three scholarships to be awarded are:

Nuherbs Scholarship:   $2,000
Herbal Times Scholarship:   $1,500
Jade Dragon Scholarship: $1,000

Through this scholarship program, Nuherbs Co. has pledged its ongoing support to the future of Chinese Medicine and this beautiful heritage of healing.
More info is available at http://nuherbs.com/giving/scholarship

Trudy McAllister Scholarship

The AOM Scholarship Fund established by the Trudy McAllister Foundation supports students who show promise of making significant contributions either to clinical practice and/or to the understanding of the role of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) in a modern context. The Foundation also supports research and related activities that promote the advancement of AOM.

More info is available at http://trudymcalisterfoundation.org/index.php/application/

HealthyLine Scholarship

Three $1,000 scholarships are available each year to three students extraordinarily passionate and driven students about living a healthy lifestyle.

More info is available at https://healthyline.com/healthy-line-scholarship/

The ABORM Annual Scholarship

A $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a student enrolled in either a master’s or doctoral degree program upon successful submission and acceptance for publication of an article in the Journal of Chinese Medicine (JCM). The purpose of the ABORM Annual Scholarship is to foster new scholarly inquiry in the field of Oriental Reproductive Medicine & Infertility for publication in the Journal of Chinese Medicine.

Applications with topic proposals must be submitted to the ABORM by March 31st annually, and the winner will be notified by April 30th of that same year.

More info is available at http://www.aborm.org/about/scholarship.html

Tillman Military Scholar

The Tillman Scholar Program unites and empowers remarkable military veterans and spouses as the next generation of public and private sector leaders committed to service beyond self. The fellowship supports Tillman Scholars with academic scholarships, a national network, and professional development opportunities so they are empowered to make an impact in the fields of medicine, law, business, policy, technology, education and the arts.

More info is available at http://pattillmanfoundation.org/apply-to-be-a-scholar/