School of Radiologic Technology Scholarships

Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation has two scholarship opportunities for students in the hospital’s School of Radiologic Technology. Get the details below.

The School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to individuals currently enrolled in Hancock Regional Hospital’s School of Radiologic Technology. Applicants must live in the hospital’s service area* or currently be employed in Hancock County.

One or more of these scholarships is given through the Luminescence Scholarship program. The scholarship is awarded based on academic standing, financial need, and school and community involvement. A personal interview may be conducted before a decision is made.

Applications are due by April 14, 2017.

Download the guidelines and the application for 2017 here. Contact Peggy Welage at (317) 468-4468 for information.

* Service area: ZIP Codes 46040, 46055, 46115, 46117, 46129, 46130, 46140, 46148, 46154, 46161, 46163, 46173, 46176, 46186, 46236, 47337, 47351, 47352, 47384, and 47385.

The School of Radiologic Technology Scholarship for Mt. Vernon High School Graduates

This scholarship is awarded to an individual who graduated from Mt. Vernon High School and is enrolled in Hancock Regional Hospital’s School of Radiologic Technology. The scholarship was made possible through the generous contributions of a local radiologist.

Scholarship recipients are selected annually by the Hancock Regional Hospital Foundation Scholarship Committee and the director of the School of Radiologic Technology. Criteria include academic standing and school and community involvement.

The amount of the scholarship covers the student’s full tuition and books for two years of the program, as long as the student remains in good academic standing in the school. Funds are paid directly to the School of Radiologic Technology.

Application deadline is May 15, 2017. Applications must be mailed or delivered in person to the foundation office by 4 p.m. on this date.

Download the guidelines and the application for 2017 here. Contact Peggy Welage at (317) 468-4468 for information.