The College of Health Sciences and Professions is proud to offer a variety of scholarship funding for our students. More information regarding these scholarships can be found below:
Awarded to juniors and seniors in the College of Health Sciences and Professions who have demonstrated academic excellence and financial need.
Awarded to junior, senior and graduate students majoring in health professions who are graduates of high schools within the 18 Ohio counties formerly served by the Area Six Health Systems Agency.
As a result of alumni contributions beginning in 1986-1987, the college has established an endowed alumni scholarship fund. Scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated academic achievement and who have the ability to excel in their chosen field of study.
Established by Dr. Michael Harter, former dean of the College of Health and Human Services, and Dr. Carol Harter, former vice president for administration at Ohio University. Awarded to minority students enrolled in the College of Health Sciences and Professions and based upon demonstrated academic achievement with financial need considered.
Awarded to graduate students in the CHSP disciplines that were part of the former School of Home Economics (dietetics, nutrition, and child and family studies).
No information available.
Through the generosity of Hilda Richards, the first dean of the former College of Health and Human Services, this scholarship is provided to an African American student enrolled in the College of Health and Human Services and is based upon demonstrated academic achievement and financial need. Dr. Richards served as dean from 1979 until 1986.