ACADEMIC Degree Programs
Scholarship & Financial Information
Song Dok Scholarship Fund
The Song Dok Scholarship is specifically designed for current Won Buddhist pre-ministers who wish to enroll in Won Institute courses and for American students who are enrolled in the Preparatory Won Buddhist Studies prerequisite courses and intend to matriculate into the Won Buddhist Studies program. These funds are available to help cover the tuition of both part and full-time students. Individuals interested in applying must submit the Scholarship Application by August 15 for the fall term and December 15 for the spring term. Students can email [email protected] to obtain the application form.
Institutional Aid Scholarship
The Institutional Aid Scholarship is a merit and need-based scholarship awarded to select members of the incoming class of students in the Doctor of Acupuncture, Master of Acupuncture Studies and Chinese Herbal Medicine Certificate program. Individuals interested in applying must submit the Institutional Aid Application by
April 1. The online application form will be available to incoming students via email after January 1 each year.
Janice Mackenzie Scholarship
This is a $1,000 award for current students going into their third year of the Master of Acupuncture or Doctor of Acupuncture program. The scholarship application is sent out annually to students prior to entering their third year, during summer term.
The Janice MacKenzie 5 Element Scholarship is underwritten by Four Seas Acupuncture in Jenkintown. The practice wishes to honor Janice MacKenzie and hopes to encourage and advance the incorporation of 5 Element acupuncture into practice. Janice was a professor of 5 Element acupuncture at the Won Institute since its first acupuncture class in 2005. She was a beloved and passionate teacher who was instrumental in the growth of the Acupuncture Studies program. Janice was a pioneer in advancing acupuncture in Pennsylvania through her work with others in obtaining licensure for acupuncturists in Pennsylvania and had served as president of the Association for Professional Acupuncture, Pennsylvania. She was a community organizer, progressive political activist, author, musician and photographer in addition to being an Acupuncturist and educator. The scholarship aims to honor the rich legacy of her contributions to the profession and to the community.
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