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MASTER OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES (MPAS) SCHOLARSHIPS

RVU Scholarships

  • Brandon Trusell Service PA Scholarship: This scholarship will be awarded to one incoming student who has demonstrated a commitment to service. The recipient will receive a tuition waiver of $2,500 ($1,250 per semester). This is a one-year award.
  • RVU Challenge PA Scholarship: This scholarship will be awarded to one incoming student who demonstrates that they have had to overcome previous or on-going hardships to get to where they are today. The recipient will receive a tuition waiver of $2,500 ($1,250 per semester). This is a one-year award.

Outside Master of Physician Assistant Studies Scholarships

  • Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology$2500 scholarship awarded at the APAO Annual Conference to a student in the Clinical phase. Student should have a strong interest in pursuing a career in the oncology field.
  • Certified Medical Educators Scholarship: Certified Medical Educators is honored to offer each year up to $2,000 in scholarships to professional (didactic or clinical) Physician Assistant students in accredited PA programs. The application process includes only 3 sections and applications are accepted throughout the year.
  • Colorado Academy of Physician AssistantsCAPA may award annual student scholarships, funds permitting, to a Physician Assistant student in the state of Colorado.
  • GAPA PA Student Scholarship$1000 scholarship awarded to a Georgia Association of Physician Assistants member that has successfully completed 2 semesters of the didactic year of your PA program at an ARC-PA accredited program.
  • Jessica Stevens Memorial ScholarshipThe Alaska Academy of Physician Assistants has established scholarships to financially assist PA students who are from and plan to return to Alaska. The awards are based on merit and financial need. These awards are targeted for those most in need and committed to the PA profession. The awards are not less than $500 and may be more based upon the number of applicants and scholarship funds for the year.
  • MAPA First-Year PA Student ScholarshipMinnesota Academy of Physician Assistants offer scholarships of up to $2000 to a student that is a member of MAPA, and be currently enrolled as a first year PA student at an accredited PA program.
  • Martin Delvin ScholarshipAwarded to an applicant who has lived or worked in Vermont or is hoping to live in Vermont in the future. Must be a current student member of Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont.
  • PA Foundation ScholarshipsMultiple scholarships available to students that are members of AAPA, attending an ARC-PA accredited PA program, and have successfully completed at least one term of PA studies.
  • SPAO-HNS Student ScholarshipThe Society of Physician Assistants in Otorhinolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (SPAO-HNS) is looking to recognize motivated physician assistant students that have a sincere interest in a career in ENT. Interested students must be enrolled in either an accredited PA Program or post-graduate program.
  • Susan and Tom Lusty Memorial ScholarshipThe American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants is proud to offer at least one $1000 scholarship to deserving PA students who are interested in a career in surgery.
  • Susan Lindahl Memorial ScholarshipThe establishment of this memorial scholarship fund was to cultivate and attract young physician assistant students into the field of orthopaedics. Funds permitting, they will award two (2) $5,000 scholarships each year. Each year during the Annual PAOS CME Conference, PAOS will honor each recipient with their scholarship award.
  • Wisconsin Academy of Physician AssistantsThe WAPA Foundation Scholarship Program provides assistance to PAs, PA students and others who are committed to improving health, education, outreach and furthering the PA profession. Multiple scholarships are available to PA students.

RESOURCES

Students who wish to apply for a loan must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year. RVU students are strongly encouraged to complete their FAFSA prior to April 1st. From there, the Office of Student Financial Services will determine the financial aid eligibility for each student annually.

The University and the RVU Alumni Association offer several scholarships to incoming students each year. These scholarships are offered in the form of partial tuition waivers. Scholarship information and applications are available annually, during the spring prior to matriculation.

Federal and private educational loans are available to graduate students. Students receiving loans for the first time must complete loan entrance counseling and  Master Promissory Note before any funds will be disbursed.

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES

COLORADO CAMPUS
8401 S. Chambers Road

Parker, CO 80134
720-874-2442

For faster response, please direct inquiries to the campus email:
sfs@rvu.edu

SOUTHERN UTAH CAMPUS
255 E. Center Street

Ivins, UT 84738
435-222-1248

For faster response, please direct inquiries to the campus email:
sfssu@rvu.edu