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180 Medical’s 2022 Scholarship Recipients Announced

180 Medical’s 2022 Scholarship Recipients Announced

180 Medical, one of America’s leading providers of intermittent catheters and ostomy supplies, is pleased to announce the eight winning recipients of the 180 Medical College Scholarship Program and The 180 Medical Ron Howell Caregiver College Scholarship. Meet our 2022 180 Medical Scholarship recipients!

Announcing the 2022 180 Medical Scholarship Recipients

In 2022, 180 Medical received applications from hopeful college students of all ages and backgrounds throughout the United States. As always, it was a difficult choice for the judging committee to narrow down the finalists. Our applicants always share such moving stories about their challenges and triumphs.

The 2022 180 Medical Scholarship recipients truly deserve their scholarship awards, and we’re excited to share more about each of these unique individuals on our blog in the coming months.

2022 180 Medical Scholarship Recipients

The seven finalists who have received a $1,000 180 Medical College Scholarship award are:

  • Ariana White (University of New Hampshire)
  • Hailey Schmidt (Jefferson College)
  • Isabella Anderson (Savannah College of Art and Design))
  • Laura Haney (Diablo Valley College)
  • Lily Wright (Gonzaga University)
  • Molly Kokoski (Simmons University)
  • Taylor Hofmann (Oklahoma State University)

The recipient of the $1,000 180 Medical Ron Howell Caregiver Scholarship award is:

  • Lydia Rose Taylor (Texas Christian University)

180 Medical would like to thank everyone who applied while also encouraging hopeful students to apply or re-apply in 2022.

Congratulations again to all the 2022 180 Medical Scholarship recipients!

180 Medical’s Scholarship Programs

Each year, from January 1st to June 1st, 180 Medical accepts applications from eligible college students across the United States. You can find out more about our annual scholarship opportunities below.

180 Medical College Scholarship Program

2022 is the tenth year of offering the 180 Medical College Scholarship Program, which our company’s founder Todd Brown originally created.

This program is offered annually to college students with specific medical conditions including spinal cord injury, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, neurogenic bladder, and/or an ostomy (ileostomy, urostomy, or colostomy). We recognize that living with these conditions also comes with additional financial burdens, which can make paying for or attending college a challenge.

Todd hoped to help eligible students afford college costs so they can pursue their goals in school and pay it forward someday by making a positive impact.

180 Medical Ron Howell Caregiver Scholarship Program

The 180 Medical Ron Howell Caregiver College Scholarship was begun to aid college students who are unpaid caregivers to a loved one living with a chronic disability.

Caregivers selflessly carry out their tasks each day with love. However, their caregiving responsibilities can also come with financial difficulties and limited time. That’s why 180 Medical created this scholarship program to help out unpaid family caregivers in achieving their dreams. Because 180 Medical recognizes that these students often face limited financial resources and time, the company created this scholarship program to aid these selfless caregivers in pursuing their career dreams.

We’re always in awe of the scholarship applicants’ stories. It’s moving to see their positive spirits, despite the challenges thrown their way in life. So many of them want to use their experiences to go on to help others, and it is an honor to be able to continue our founder Todd Brown’s original vision and help these young students with an education so they can achieve their calling.
Mark Jassey, Chief Commercial Officer

All About 180 Medical

180 Medical is one of America’s leading home delivery providers of intermittent catheters and ostomy supplies. Based in Oklahoma City, the company has 20 years of experience in meeting the supply needs of customers with diagnoses such as urinary incontinence, spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, colon cancer, Crohn’s disease, and many other conditions that require catheterization and ostomy supplies.

If you need to use catheters or ostomy supplies, we encourage you to give us a try. Contact us today to get started!

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About the Author
Jessica is the Sr. Marketing Specialist at 180 Medical, where she's worked for 13 years. Her favorite part of her job is getting to be creative and seeing the positive impact we can make on our customers' lives.

Outside of work, you can find her hanging out at home with her husband and their dogs or browsing garden centers where she will almost certainly buy another houseplant she doesn't really need.