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ASCLS-Indiana Available Scholarships

Currently 1 ($500.00) Scholarship is available annually to MLS or MLT students enrolled in Indiana approved programs. To qualify for a scholarship the students must be enrolled in an Indiana approved program and meet the criteria of Scholarship Guidelines.

Available ASCLS-IN Scholarship:

  1. ASCLS-IN Scholarship ($500.00) for an MLS or MLT Student .

Available CICBF Scholarship:

  1. 1 ($500.00) CICBF (Central Indiana Biochemistry Forum) Scholarship is available annually from ASCLS-IN.  The scholarships are: (1) Academic Achievement Scholarship for an MLS Student


Applications are mailed to program directors each year in September with a closing date of 31 December for receipt of student application. See Scholarship Guidelines for more information:

Scholarship Guidelines

  • Financial need may be partially determined by reviewing the estimated budget submitted with the scholarship application. Applications will not be accepted unless the budget form accompanies the scholarship application.
  • The number of ASCLS-IN SCHOLARSHIPS and the dollar amount of ASCLS-IN Scholarships shall be determined by the ASCLS-IN Board of Directors.
  • Deadline for scholarship applications shall be DECEMBER 31, of the current year for the students starting their training the past summer.  The Scholarship Committee will have approximately two months to review applications and make selections for rewards. Scholarship forms will be sent to all schools in Indiana.
  • Scholarships will be given to undergraduate students as well as any graduate students who are enrolled in an approved Medical Technology Program in the State of Indiana.
  • Scholarship award checks will be sent to the student’s Program Director/Coordinator. If the student has dropped from the program, the check is to be returned to the ASCLS-IN Scholarship Chairperson.
  • Scholarship applicants must have a minimum GPA OF 2.7 (OR 4.7, based on a 6.0 scale).

The Central Indiana Clinical Biochemistry Scholarship Program


The Central Indiana Clinical Biochemistry Forum was established in 1972 to provide periodic continuing education opportunities for Clinical Laboratory Scientists/Medical Technologists.  The Central Indiana Clinical Biochemistry Forum (CICBF) Scholarship Fund was established in 1988 to promote the study of Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology.  The fund is available for students who are enrolled in an approved Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology Program in the State of Indiana.  The CICBF disbanded in 2002 and their funds were entrusted to the Indiana Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ISCLS, now ASCLS-IN) for future scholarship distribution.


Any student accepted into an approved MT/MLT program, who meets the requirements listed below may apply.

  1. Academic Achievement Scholarship:  One scholarship will be awarded to a MT student each year.  Those who apply must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 based on a 4.0 scale, or a GPA of 5.75 based on a 6.0 scale. Academic achievement is the only requirement for this scholarship.  A transcript of all college work completed must be submitted with the application.

  1. Financial Need/Academic Achievement Scholarship:  Two scholarships will be awarded to MT Students each year and one scholarship will be awarded to an MLT Student each year.  Those who apply must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 based on a 4.0 scale (or a GPA of 5.0 – based on a 6.0 scale) and must also demonstrate financial need as indicated below:

  • Economically Disadvantaged:   Awards may be made to economically disadvantaged students, who without financial assistance might be deprived of the opportunity of completing the professional Medical Technology Program.
  • Financial Crisis: Awards may be made to students who can demonstrate that a precipitous change has occurred in their financial situation, e.g., parents out of work, loss of part-time job, medical or other emergency.
  • A transcript  of all college work completed must be submitted with the application.

Posted January 17, 2014 by ASCLS-IN

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