Sponsored by McNeil Consumer Healthcare, the makers of Tylenol, the Tylenol Scholarship Program started in 1982. This is one of the well known scholarship programs for those students enrolled in healthcare degree education including medicine, nursing, pharmacology, laboratory sciences, microbiology, physiotherapy, healthcare management and hospital administration. Students enrolled in Master’s level healthcare programs including the Master’s in Public Health degree (MPH) can also apply for Tylenol scholarships.
The Tylenol scholarship program (also known as the Tylenol Future Care Scholarship) is unique in the sense that these scholarships are available to both undergraduate and graduate student applicants from around the world. Forty scholarships of varying amounts are reserved for students in the United States and Canada.
This scholarship program can be used at any accredited university or college in the United States.
• Must be a resident of the 50 United States, Puerto Rico or the District of Columbia.
• Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university, graduate schools, or vocational/technical schools.
• Must be enrolled in a health care related field.
• Must have completed at least one year of undergraduate work or graduate studies by the spring semester of the year that they apply.
• Must have one or more years of school remaining. Class Year Requirement:
• College sophomore
• College junior
• College senior
• Master’s-level study
• Doctoral-level study
Scholarships awarded based on: leadership, academic proficiency and community involvement.
Essays may be a featured part of the application process.
Application Deadline Varies some each year, typically around August 1.
Tylenol Scholarship Application - You may look for information about the Tylenol scholarship application process at the beginning of each year.
The 40 Tylenol Future Care Scholarship winners are announced by the end of August.