The scholarship is awarded to new students who are children of Sherman College
alumni. It awards $300 per quarter and is renewable for the entire time of
enrollment, as long as the student maintains a full-time course load and
maintains satisfactory academic progress.
Qualified students who are United States veterans may receive benefits from
the Veterans Administration through the GI Bill programs. Veterans should contact
the VA certifying official, located in the Financial Aid Office, immediately
after acceptance by Sherman College to submit an application for veteran’s
Learn more about the Yellow
Ribbon Program for post-9/11 veterans.
International Tuition Scholarship
International students may be eligible for this scholarship up to fifty percent
of tuition and fees. Only those who are non-resident aliens and ineligible
for any Federal financial assistance are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The recipient must sign a statement that he or she will return to his or her
native country upon graduation. If he or she does not return, the scholarship
then becomes a loan and must be repaid to the college. For detailed information,
contact the Admission Office.
(Students must have been enrolled for at least one quarter)
Academic Achievement Scholarship
$500 awarded to a student in sixth quarter or above, based on academic excellence.
B.J. Palmer Philosophy Scholarship
$500 awarded to a student in sixth quarter or above, based on academic excellence
and submission/evaluation of an essay.
Citizenship Award Scholarship
$300 awarded to a student in sixth quarter or above, based on academic excellence
and submission/evaluation of an essay on your contributions to the chiropractic
profession and the community.
Rex Mumford Kasler Memorial Scholarship
A one-quarter scholarship covering full tuition, books and lab fees, awarded
to a current student who demonstrates strong financial need and academic
Outstanding Student of the Year Scholarship
$500 awarded to a student in sixth quarter or above, based on academic excellence and commitment to the college.
$300 awarded to a student in third quarter or above, based on financial need and academic excellence. This scholarship is offered twice per year.
International Chiropractors Association (ICA) Alma Neilson Perpetual Scholarship
Available to students who are members of the ICA.
KR Jones Memorial Scholarship
Awarded by the South Carolina Chiropractic Association.
Medal 75 Trust Fund Scholarship
Awarded annually by the state of Washington, based on academic excellence
and financial need.
Alumni Association Scholarship
Awards $500 quarterly by the Sherman College Alumni Association, based on financial
need and outstanding leadership qualities
American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA) Scholarships
ABCA offers several scholarships: the Harvey Lillard Scholarship Program, the
Dr. Bobby Westbrook Scholarship, the Dr. Hiram Wiggins Scholarship and the
ABCA Pre-Chiropractic Scholarship Award, given to a chiropractic student who
is a member of the ABCA.
Arkansas Chiropractic Association Edith Balkman Memorial Scholarship
$1,000 scholarship for students who are from Arkansas and wish to return there
Sylvia Ashworth Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a single mother who is in chiropractic college, sponsored by the
Federation of Straight Chiropractors and Organizations (FSCO).
Garden State Chiropractic Society Scholarship
Available to a New Jersey resident who is enrolled in chiropractic college.
This is usually a $1,000 award given at the Garden State Chiropractic Society's
The Chiropractic Education Foundation of New York Scholarship
Available to a New York resident who is enrolled in chiropractic college and
plans to return to New York to practice.
This malpractice insurance agency offers a scholarship annually.
FSCO Annual Scholarships
Awarded each fall based on the results of an essay contest.
The Lyle Sherman Loan Fund and Scallon Emergency Loan Fund both make loans
to students to help with emergency situations. Students may borrow up to $500
for 90 days, interest free, to meet unexpected/unplanned financial needs.
There are a number of campus employment opportunities available at Sherman
College. The amount that a student can earn will depend on the needs of the
college and the qualifications of the student. Salaries are higher than the
required federal minimum wage. Applications may be submitted to the Business
Office or directly to the various department heads.
The greater Spartanburg area is located in a region of rapid commercial and
industrial growth. Many area industries run three shifts and offer steady, part-time employment.
The Financial Aid Office maintains a job placement listing to assist students
in finding available jobs in the surrounding area. The college recommends
that all students come to Sherman College prepared to support themselves for
at least the first six months of their college career without the necessity
of taking on additional outside employment.