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Scholarship Recipients

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Maintaining Your Scholarship

As a scholarship recipient, it’s your responsibility to maintain your enrollment status as a full-time or part-time student throughout the academic year and be in good academic standing at all times, this means maintaining a minimum 2.0 GPA. You must also report your academic program progress and immediately report any problems or changes in your academic status to your Program Analyst.

Important Deadlines

Academic Forms
  • Notification of Academic Problem (IHS-856-9) [PDF - 67 KB]
    Information: Notify your Program Analyst when you begin experiencing academic difficulties that could result in withdrawing from a course or school.

    Due: Immediately
  • Change of Status (IHS-856-10) [PDF - 65 KB]
    Information: Notify your Program Analyst when transferring schools, seeking dual enrollment, changing your anticipated graduation date or seeking a leave of absence from the program.

    Due: Immediately
  • Summer School Request (IHS-856-21) [PDF - 55 KB]
    Information: Notify your Program Analyst if you are attending summer school. This form is required for recipients enrolled in year-long programs as well as recipients making up or taking additional courses during the summer.

    Due: April 22 of the current academic year.
Graduation Forms
Post-Graduate Clinical Training Forms
  • Notification of Deferment Program (IHS-856-14) [PDF - 40 KB]
    Information: Notify your Program Analyst of the post-graduate clinical training program or residency you’ve selected. A Program Analyst must have approved this program when you submitted your Request for Approval of Deferment (IHS-856-11) form.

    Due: As soon as possible.