The Community Health Foundation awards up to $40,000 in scholarships each year to local high school and college students pursuing degrees in a wide variety of healthcare fields. We believe it is vital to invest in the health education of area students as they will be our community's healthcare providers in the years to come. 

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Scholarship Recipients

 2020-2021

NOC Registered Nursing 

Fall 2020

Jessica Duncan

Noel Lawver

Spring 2021

Jessica Duncan

Cassandra Hutchison

Noel Lawver

Lexi Morris

Pioneer Technology Practical Nursing 

Fall 2020

Baylee Bonewell

Elizabeth Crosby

Kristi Fuentes

Elissa Jones

Megan Lickliter

Heather Roethlisberger

Nora Summitt

Kim Torres

Jordan Walton

Alli Wilson

Spring 2021

Jordan Boone

Elissa Jones

Kaitlyn Jordan

Titeana Lewis

Megan Licklitter

Kira Looper

Heather Roethlisberger

Candala Shenold

Jamie Ventle

Katelyn Watkins

University Students

Leslie Wilson (Sonography)

Alisa McCleary (RN to BSN)

Makenzie Cummings (Pre-Dental)

Cassandra Mead (BSN)

Danielle McCombs (Nursing)

Kailei Settle (BSN)

Zeya Bartlett (Pre-med)

Lesa McClung (Social work)

Lindsay Hollis (Psychology)

Mitzi Pemberton (BSN)

High School Seniors -Spring2021

Carlie Badley (Ponca City)

Allie Epperson (Ponca City)

Gracie Orr (Homeschool)

Brooke Pruitt (Ponca City)

Kaylee Wimberley (Ponca City)

University Center -
Bachelor's of Science in Nursing
Spring 2021

Caitlin Harris

Foundation Scholarships - All applications should be completed online

High School Senior Scholarship

Graduating Seniors from Kay County, Oklahoma High Schools are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Recipients must plan to attend an accredited educational institution with intent to obtain a degree, license, or certification in a healthcare related field of study. Recipients must have an outstanding academic record, as demonstrated by a high GPA (3.0 or better) and/or SAT scores above the 50th percentile and/or an ACT composite score above 20 and in the top 50% of their class. Scholarships will range from $200-$500. 

Deadline: March 1, 2021

NOC Nursing Scholarship

Northern Oklahoma College Nursing students are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Recipients must be currently enrolled in the NOC nursing program and must have an outstanding academic record, as demonstrated by a high GPA (3.0 or better) and/or SAT scores above the 50th percentile and/or an ACT composite score above 20.  Applicants must have a professor recommendation letter and preference will be given to students planning to reside in Kay County upon graduation. Five fall and five spring $1000 scholarships will be awarded.

Fall Deadline: September 30, 2021

Spring Deadline: January 31, 2022

Healthcare Studies Scholarship

Students from Kay County, OK currently enrolled in any accredited educational institution pursuing a degree, certificate, or license in any healthcare field are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Recipients must have an outstanding academic record, as demonstrated by a high GPA (3.0 or better) and/or SAT scores above the 50th percentile and/or an ACT composite score above 20. Preference will be given to students who plan to reside in Kay County after graduation. Up to twelve $1000 scholarships will be awarded each year. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Community Health Foundation of Ponca City

PO Box 828 Ponca City, OK 74602

(580) 765-0581

chfofpc@gmail.com

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