PA Program

PA Program

"The Campbell community has been welcoming since the first time I stepped onto the campus, and I have continued to experience the enthusiasm and kindness throughout my first semester. The Campagna Family Dual Physician Assistant and Public Health Scholarship has eased my financial burden so that I might focus on my future goals, and not worry about the financial sacrifices of higher education. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this wonderful gift."

Raleigh Dettlinger, Public Health/Physician Assistant Student
Class of 2018

Scholarships

In addition to the specific requirements list below, each student must meet or exceed any other criteria established by the Scholarship Committees for scholarships awarded from these funds, criteria including but not limited to financial need, academic performance, good conduct, good citizenship, and community service.

Annual Scholarships

Campagna Family Dual Physician Assistant & Public Health Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to an incoming MPAP/MSPH dual degree student with financial need.

*CPHS Alumni Association Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Physician Assistant student based on financial need and GPA. Preference is given to students who are actively involved with the CPHS Alumni Association. Separate essay required in the common application.

Physician Assistant Alumni Annual Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Physician Assistant student with demonstrated financial need and a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Physician Assistant Faculty Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a Physician Assistant student with a demonstrated financial need. First preference is given to students from North Carolina. Second preference is given to students with an interest in the practice of primary care in underserved areas.

*Ransdell Family Fund Scholarship - This scholarship emphasizes advancement of pharmacy healthcare in North Carolina counties experiencing a shortage of pharmacy professionals. It is awarded to a full-time student in good academic standing with a 2.5 or higher GPA and demonstrated financial need. The student must agree to work in an underserved community upon graduation for three (3) years total. Students must express a desire to bring adequate healthcare to a rural population. Visit the NC State Education Assistance Authority for information on counties with primary care physician shortages. Separate essay in the common application required.

*Separate materials/application will be required.

Endowed Scholarships

Lacy and Mary Collier Physician Assistant Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full-time Physician Assistant student. First preference is given to students from Cumberland County, second preference is given to students from North Carolina.

Crow Family Physician Assistant Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full-time student(s) enrolled in the Campbell University Graduate Physician Assistant Program who demonstrates financial need and a commitment to a career as a Physician Assistant.  First Preference to a resident of the State of North Carolina; then to any qualified student.

Carlton and Lynell Martin Physician Assistant Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full time Physician Assistant student. First preference is given to a student who is an employee or family member of an employee of Martin Abattoir Meats, Inc. Second preference is to a member of Clement Missionary Baptist Church, Autryville, North Carolina. 

Lloyd S. Surles Physician Assistant Scholarship - This scholarship is awarded to a full-time student(s) who demonstrates financial need and a commitment to a career as a Physician Assistant. First preference to residents of Harnett County; second preference to residents of the state of North Carolina; then to any qualified student. There are 2 scholarships are awarded annually.