Program Expenses and Scholarships

Program Expenses


Scholarships

The Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program Scholarships and Fellowships

The CHS Graduate and Professional Student Equity Scholarship

The College of Health Science goal is to achieve a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive College community and set of health professionals. The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the College of Health Sciences mission is to foster an environment of advocacy to cultivate belonging, learning, accountability, equity, and justice for students, staff, and faculty. The College of Health Sciences Graduate and Professional Student Equity Scholarship is available to newly admitted students who contribute to the goal of the College and support the mission of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

This scholarship will be awarded to a newly admitted professional athletic training student enrolled in the Professional Athletic Training Program. To be eligible students must have a cumulative GPA >3.0 and have accepted their admissions offer to the Professional Athletic Training Program.

Required application materials for this scholarship include:

  1. A 200 word essay that describes your unmet financial needs specific to tuition and fees associated with your professional education.
  2. A 200 word essay that describes how you envision diversity, equity and inclusion will play a role in your professional goals and/or future clinical practice.
  3. A 500 word essay that describes how you will contribute to the College of Health Sciences goal of achieving a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive community and health professionals.
  4. A resume that demonstrates and details volunteer activities.

All application materials should be submitted as one PDF to Hanna Hoch at Johanna.hoch@uky.edu. Applications will be reviewed February 1st,  the student selected to receive this scholarship will be notified in February.

The Brian Wise Fellowship

Brian Wise was a 2001 graduate of the Post-Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program and a current member of the College of Health Sciences Hall of Fame. Brian pursued an entrepreneurial career after graduation from the University of Kentucky and has continued to provide support to various communities, organizations, and the College of Health Sciences. 

This scholarship will be awarded to a professional athletic training student currently enrolled in the Professional Athletic Training Program with a cumulative GPA of > 3.5, who demonstrates continued service to their community, organizations, profession, program or College of Health Sciences. Preference will be given to a student who describes entrepreneurial career interests and/or interest in pursuing a career in non-traditional settings of athletic training, although all students are encouraged to apply.

Required application materials:

1. Updated Resume

2. A one page essay describing the applicant's: 1) Service to various communities, organizations, the program and/or the College. 2) Their post-graduation career interests and 5-10 year career goals. 

College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences has scholarship opportunities open to undergraduate, graduate and professional students through the Office of Student Affairs. More information on these scholarships can be found here: College of Health Sciences Scholarships

The University of Kentucky Graduate School

The University of Kentucky Graduate School has multiple fellowship and scholarship opportunities available to graduate and professional students. More information on these opportunities can be found here: UK Graduate School Fellowships and Scholarships

Athletic Training Professional Organizations

There are many different scholarship opportunities available through the state, district and national athletic training organizations. More information specific to each organization can be found below:

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