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S. Rudolph Light Medical Education Scholarship (Deadline: March 1, 2016)

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Who Can Apply: To be eligible for an S. Rudolph Light Medical Education Scholarship, the applicant must have been a permanent Kalamazoo County resident while attending high school or must be a graduate of a Kalamazoo County high school and applying to or admitted to a school of medicine, dentistry or a master’s of nursing program. Must demonstrate the necessary aptitude and other qualities requisite to his/her chosen profession; Able to demonstrate financial need according to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


  1. Two copies of the Scholarship Recommendation Form and Letters of Recommendation completed by adults other than family members. Recommendations should address your aptitude and other qualities essential for your chosen profession. At least one should be from a professor.
  2. Currently enrolled medical dental and nursing students must; submit one copy of the S. Rudolph Light Medical Education Scholarship – Dean’s Form completed by a representative of the dean’s office of the school you attend. This will serve as one of your two required recommendations.
  3. Proof of admission to the medical dental or nursing program if you are entering your first year.
  4. An official college transcript of your undergraduate work. Students enrolled for at least one year as a full-time; medical, dental or nursing student may only provide an official transcript of course work completed while in their graduate program.

Deadline: March 1, 2016

Amount: $2,500

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