The Gil Dupré Graduate Student Scholarship
The Louisiana Association of Health Plans is pleased to sponsor the Gil Dupré Graduate Student Scholarship. LAHP established this scholarship as a community service to promote careers in the health benefits industry.
One or more scholarships ranging from $2,500 - $10,000 are awarded annually to Louisiana students who have demonstrated strong promise of leadership in the health care profession, along with significant community involvement. The scholarship is designated for students enrolled in their final year of a graduate management program.
LAHP currently offers its scholarship to the following programs:
- Tulane Health Systems Management - Master of Health Administration
- LSU School of Public Health - Master of Health Policy and Systems Management
- LSU School of Nursing - Master of Advanced Public/Community Health Nursing
- UNO Health Care Management - M.S. or Executive Master of Health Care Management
- UNO Business Administration - M.S. or Executive Master in Business Administration
The award is named for LAHP's founder and long-time chief executive officer who retired in 2012 after a 41-year-career in the health benefits industry.
You are eligible to apply for the LAHP Gil Dupré Graduate Student Scholarship if you meet all of the following criteria:
- You are a student who is enrolled in full-time study for the upcoming term, which begins your final year of didactic work in a Louisiana graduate management program recognized by LAHP.
- You have at least a 3.0 cumulative undergraduate grade-point average (GPA) and at least a 3.0 cumulative first-year graduate GPA.
- You can demonstrate financial need.
- You are a U.S. citizen.
- You have not been a previous recipient of this scholarship.
When to Apply
Applications for the 2017 LAHP Gil Dupré Graduate Student Scholarship will be accepted through November 7, 2016. The student(s) selected to receive the scholarship will be notified by November 18, 2016, and the scholarship will be formally awarded at the LAHP Annual Meeting in New Orleans on December 1, 2016.