MedicalFieldCareers.com has released its list of the top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs, as well as a new scholarship program for students who attend the featured schools.

MedicalFieldCareers.com Announces Scholarship for Students Attending Top Historically Black College and Universities That Offer Healthcare Programs

Murrieta, CA, June 19, 2019 — MedicalFieldCareers.com, a great online resource for all students that are training for one of the many wonderful careers in the healthcare field, has announced its list of the top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs, and a new scholarship program for students attending one of the esteemed colleges on the list.

The MedicalFieldCareers.com top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs scholarship awards of $1000 to a current, or future student at any of the featured schools who submits the best 500-word essay on why they are attending a historical black college and why they want to work in the healthcare industry.

Additional eligibility requirements for the award are that the applicant must be 1) at least 18 years of age, 2) have completed high school or the G.E.D., and 3) be enrolled in a healthcare program for the semester they apply for the scholarship at one of the schools featured on MedicalFieldCareers.com’s list of the top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs.

“When we came up with our list of the top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs in the country, we knew immediately that we wanted to do something more to bring recognition to these fine institutions,” said Jeff Lowman, MedicalFieldCareers.com owner and webmaster. “Historically black colleges and universities are such an important piece of American history and they need to be supported. We felt like we needed to do our part to support them and their fine students with a scholarship along with giving the schools recognition.”

The schools featured on MedicalFieldCareers.com top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs list are shown below.

1 – North Carolina A & T State University
2 – Coahoma Community College
3 – H Councill Trenholm State Community College
4 – Tennessee State University
5 – Winston-Salem State University
6 – Gadsden State Community College
7 – Bishop State Community College
8 – Fayetteville State University
9 – Bowie State University
10 – St Philip's College
11 – Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
12 – Spelman College
13 – University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
14 – North Carolina Central University
15 – J. F. Drake State Community and Technical College
16 – Claflin University
17 – Oakwood University
18 – Prairie View A & M University
19 – Jackson State University
20 – Shelton State Community College
21 – West Virginia State University
22 – Lincoln University
23 – Johnson C Smith University
24 – Howard University
25 – Norfolk State University
26 – Tuskegee University
27 – Denmark Technical College
28 – Delaware State University
29 – University of the Virgin Islands
30 – Southern University at New Orleans
31 – Bethune-Cookman University
32 – Lawson State Community College
33 – University of Maryland Eastern Shore
34 – Bluefield State College
35 – Morgan State University
36 – Coppin State University
37 – Alcorn State University
38 – Mississippi Valley State University
39 – South Carolina State University
40 – Hampton University
41 – Voorhees College
42 – Alabama State University
43 – Xavier University of Louisiana
44 – Dillard University
45 – Langston University
46 – Virginia State University
47 – Kentucky State University
48 – Lincoln University
49 – Paul Quinn College
50 – Southern University and A & M College
51 – Southern University at Shreveport
52 – Grambling State University
53 – University of the District of Columbia
54 – Harris-Stowe State University
55 – Alabama A & M University
56 – Morris College
57 – Wilberforce University
58 – Fort Valley State University
59 – Texas Southern University
60 – Albany State University
61 – Benedict College
62 – Morehouse School of Medicine
63 – Saint Augustine's University
64 – Selma University
65 – Meharry Medical College
66 – Shaw University

Applications for the MedicalFieldCareers.com top historically black college and universities that offer healthcare programs scholarship may be submitted online anytime between June 19, 2019 and September 15, 2020. The winner will be chosen on October 1,2020 and will be notified via email.

About MedicalFieldCareers.com

MedicalFieldCareers.com is an online provider of free information on healthcare and medical field career training, certification requirements, and salary and employment outlooks by region. All data featured on the site is pulled from official U.S. Government sources. All training programs and educational institutions featured on the site are accredited by major national accrediting bodies.

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