College of Health Professions & Department of Allied Sciences MLS Scholarships
To be eligible for department and College scholarships, applicants must be declared, professional level MLS majors enrolled at NDSU and in good academic and conduct standing in the College of Health Professions.
Allied Sciences Alumni & Friends
Scholarships awarded on the basis of academic achievement, merit, and need. Funding for these scholarships is provided by annual alumni and friends contributions. Applications are available from the Department of Allied Sciences. Postmark deadline is July 1.
Several undergraduate and graduate scholarships are linked to this website; see Students>Awards and Scholarships link.
The ASCP offers scholarships to outstanding students enrolled in a variety of programs; see Students>Laboratory Science Students>Scholarships and Awards.
A $500 award to an allied sciences intern based on *C*ommitment to their major, putting *A*dvice to *P*ractice, and *P*erseverance. Applications are available from the Department of Allied Sciences. Postmark deadline is July 1.
A $750.00 award to a MLS intern based on academic performance, extracurricular involvement and leadership within the college. Applications are available from the Department of Allied Sciences. Postmark deadline is July 1.
Mary Jo Langenwalter CLS Scholarship
Mary Jo Langenwalter, a Wahpeton native, was an employee of MeritCare Transplant Services and was very active in the laboratory science field, as well as in many civic and charitable activities. She believed strongly in education and helping others. $500 tuition scholarships are awarded by the Sanford Health Foundation in her memory and are based primarily on financial need. Students who have been accepted into the internship at Sanford Health-Fargo are eligible to apply before they begin the internship. Deadline for application: May 15
North Dakota Society for CLS
Student ASCLS/NDCLS members who are currently enrolled in their final year of an accredited medical laboratory science program in North Dakota are eligible. The number and amount of the scholarships ($500.00) are approved by the NDSCLS on an annual basis. Applications are available each spring from the NDSCLS secretary/treasurer. An application, brief essay, and transcript of MLS program grades are required.