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Scholarships & Professional Organizations
Financial Assistance Program
The Financial Assistance Program at Baptist College of Health Sciences is designed to assist qualified students with the cost of their education. Scholarships, academic awards, grants, and loans are awarded to recipients who meet specific criteria. For additional information, click Funding Your Education.
SNM ScholarshipsThe SNM is an international scientific professional organization which promotes the science, technology, and practical application of nuclear medicine. Membership is made up of physicians, technologists, and scientist specializing in the research and practice of nuclear medicine. For additional information on the SNM, click www.snm.org.
The SNM offers scholarships for students enrolled in a nuclear medicine program. There are two scholarships named for past presidents of the SNMTS, the Paul Cole scholaships and the Mickey Williams minority scholaships. To check eligibility criteria for scholarships offered through the SNM, click SNMTS Scholarships a.
Students enrolled in the professional curriculum of the nuclear medicine major have the opportunity to participate in several professional organizations related to nuclear medicine technology. As a student, membership is free in each of the organizations listed below.
The SNMTS is a professional organization whose purpose is to encourage technologists in nuclear medicine and related fields to join together for the purpose of maintaining the identity and quality of nuclear medicine and related fields. SNMTS provides continuing development, improvement and expansion of these fields for the betterment of health care services. As a member of SNMTS, students become automatic members of the Southeastern Chapter of SNM, an organization comprised of states in the southeast region of the United States.
The goal of the WTONMT is to promote communication and dissemination of knowledge, and promote continued education and research in the field of nuclear medicine technology through meetings and other activities. To reinforce learning, students enrolled in the nuclear medicine major participate in local meetings of WTONMT. As a member of WTONMT, students automatically become members of the Nuclear Medicine Technologists of Tennessee(NMTT). The NMTT promotes nuclear medicine continuing education and student activities across the State of Tennessee. Students enrolled in the nuclear medicine major participate in student events and continuing education during the annual meeting of the TSNMT.
Alpha Eta Honor Society is an Allied Health Professions National Honor Society whose purpose is to promote scholarship and recognize high attainments and significant contribution to the allied health professions. Student eligibility for membership in the Baptist College Chapter of the Alpha Eta Honor Society require an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher. The student needs to show capacity for leadership and achievement in their chosen allied health field, be a graduate in the top twenty percent of their major, and receive a recommendation from the faculty and Dean of the Division of Allied Health at Baptist College.
Allied Health Student Association: All students enrolled in an Allied Health major at Baptist College may become members of the Allied Health Student Association (AHSA). AHSA promotes collaboration between the different allied health majors. Students participate in activities throughout the year including continuing education, community service opportunities, and College sponsored events.