How to Apply


Complete the Application Form on this page. You will be automatically sent a docusign to your email to attach your tax Form 1040. W-2s will not be accepted. The form will need to show your name, address, and Adjusted Gross Income (AGI), which is typically located on line-11 of Form 1040. Students may go back as far as two years, so for 2023, we would accept either a 2021 or 2022 Form 1040.


  • Cannot be an NTP graduate.
  • Only submit one Tax Form 1040.
  • W-2s will not be accepted.
  • Currently must be a US resident.

Applicants will be reviewed on a weekly basis and award offers will expire seven business days following the offer. Each cycle will offer a limited number of full and half awards, which will be dispersed on a first come, first served basis until gone. If all full awards have been dispersed, then any student that qualifies for a full grant will be awarded the half grant. The application period will close upon the commencement of classes, or, once all available grants are awarded and accepted for that recruitment cycle.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'm registered for the NTP Program, can I still receive a grant?

No, the Graham Grant is for incoming students of our Nutritional Therapy Practitioner program.

Can I submit my W-2 instead?

No. W-2s are not sufficient. The document must show your adjusted gross income, which is typically found on line 11 of your 1040.

Can I apply more than once?

You can apply once per enrollment cycle.

Can I apply if I am not a US resident?

Currently, the Graham Grant is being offered to US residents only.

How does the NTA determine if I qualify for a grant?

The Graham Grant Committee will review applicants once per week based on the objective criteria as explained on this page. Awards are limited and offered to qualified applicants on a first come first serve basis.

When will I be notified if I qualify for the Graham Grant?

Applicants can expect to hear back regarding the status of their application within 2 weeks. Following the review of your application, you will be contacted by your Admissions Representative.

Have more questions? Set up a call with Admissions to get your questions answered.


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