The Kozet Boyd Memorial Scholarship

The Kozet Boyd Memorial Scholarship celebrates the legacy of a dedicated professional, passionate educator and beloved community member.

In her honor, this need-based scholarship seeks to help qualifying students underwrite their dream of joining America’s next generation of health care professionals.

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About the Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must demonstrate a level of need that would exclude recipient from being able to finance tuition due to a lack of available assistance, family contributions or other circumstances.
  • Must submit a double-spaced essay of 500-750 words on explaining why he/she wants to be involved in the chosen medical field.
  • Must exhibit exceptional personal and academic commitment to excellence, as determined by review of High School GPA and/or Entrance testing scores.
  • Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident.
  • Must have already applied for admission to Concorde Career Colleges and be in the enrollment process with the only acceptance criteria awaiting approval being financing.
  • Must provide three non-familial letters of references.
  • Must begin studies at Concorde Career Colleges within three months of award date as a new, first-time student and have been accepted as a student with financing being the only acceptance  criteria awaiting approval.
  • Must agree to sign a media waiver for marketing/scholarship promotion usage.

Award Amount

Each award amount is determined on an individual basis in regard to need, available funding according to the committee and number of applicants.

Renewal Guidelines

Students granted funds must earn a 3.0 GPA to maintain reapplication eligibility for each term as a clinical student and midway through completion for a core student.

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About Kozet Boyd

After spending 20 years as a Registered Respiratory Therapist at a Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, Boyd joined Concorde’s North Hollywood campus as a Respiratory Therapy (RT) instructor and dedicated herself to instilling Concorde’s mission and values to students for the next 11 years.

During her time teaching in North Hollywood, she imparted her love of service to move than 1,000 students. She set high standards and expectations for her students, and her class was affectionately known as “RT Boot Camp.”