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Recipients may for successive Fontaine scholarships with the proviso that they are remaining in the College of Nursing and that they are maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0. For a UMD junior with high academic and professional accomplishment, commitment to professional nursing as well as demonstrated financial need. Student enrolled in the College of Nursing who demonstrates academic merit and financial need. To assist full-time, matriculated graduate or students in the College of Nursing based on demonstrated financial need. Awarded to a nursing student in the Graduate program who demonstrates financial need and academic merit. Scholarship is to support a nursing student in the RN-BS program or the RN Refresher course.
Howard Scholarship: Awarded to a nursing student who will be a Junior, who demonstrates high academic and professional accomplishment and a commitment to professional nursing, as well as financial need. Phyllis Porth Darrell Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a nursing student who will be a Junior or Senior, who demonstrates high academic and professional accomplishment and a commitment to professional nursing, as well as financial need. Jeanne Castonguay Violette Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a nursing student who will be a Senior, leading to the Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Rose Castonguay Memorial Scholarship: Awarded to a nursing student who will be a Senior, who demonstrates high academic and professional accomplishment and a commitment to professional nursing, as well as financial need.
UCLA School of Nursing
UCLA will select one nursing student to receive this prestigious scholarship. The Future of Nursing Scholars program was designed to increase PhD-prepared nurses. The Future of Nursing Scholars program is a multi-funder initiative.
Nursing and Health Sciences
Awards will be made to two newly accepted DPT students each year: 25% of tuition for the duration of the DPT program An award will be made to one newly accepted student to the MS in Nutrition program each year: 25% of tuition for the first two semesters of full time enrollment In partnership with Americorps, SNHS will award a total of three scholarships to Americorps alumni who have been newly accepted on a full-time basis to one of three programs: Nutrition and Health Promotion 25% of tuition for first two academic semesters Nursing 25% of tuition for the first three academic semesters Physical Therapy 25% of tuition for the duration of the DPT program for academic semesters A scholarship will be awarded to one accepted student in each of these programs.
Scholarships and Grants • • Penn Nursing
Penn Nursing’s application fee is waived for RPCVs. Students eligible for this scholarship are enrolled in either a full or part-time MSN graduate nursing program, employed full-time by University of Pennsylvania Health System , and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Please return their completed UPHS Scholarship application to the Penn Nursing Financial Aid Office. Independence Blue Cross Nurses for Tomorrow ScholarshipThis is available to graduate students enrolled in their final year of a master’s degree in an advanced practice nursing program and pursuing a career as a Nurse Educator or an Advanced Practice Nurse.
The Arnold and Marie Schwartz Fund for Nursing Scholarship
The Arnold and Marie Schwartz Fund for Nursing Scholarship was generously donated by Ms. Marie Schwartz, a friend and supporter of NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. This scholarship is designed to support top academic achievers in NYU Meyers College of Nursing Baccalaureate and Master’s Programs. Applicant must submit a typed personal statement of 500 words that describe their commitment to a career in nursing and how this scholarship will support their professional goals.
The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Inc., Nursing Scholarship
The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Inc., Nursing Scholarship is awarded per academic semester and cannot be deferred or renewed automatically. Please complete the application with a brief statement on their commitment to the nursing profession and why applicant are seeking consideration forLouis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Inc., Nursing Scholarship. Please include any information that will be helpful to the College of Nursing Scholarship Committee. All applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to be considered for the Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation Inc., Nursing Scholarship.
These scholarships contribute to the student tuition for up to six consecutive semesters The Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarship may be applied to tuition specific to DNP level courses and may not be applied to Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, Master level courses, prerequisite courses or Foundation classes. Students in the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing or special pricing programs are not eligible for any Oklahoma City University scholarships.
Once applicant applicant are automatically considered for all scholarships for which applicant are eligible. However, applicant are encouraged to note those scholarships which are of particular interest on their application. Selection and Notification of RecipientsSelection criteria vary for individual scholarships but may include academic achievement, financial need, leadership, and extracurricular involvement. Scholarship applications are due March 1 of each year, and recipients are notified in May. Only students selected to receive scholarships will be notified. If applicant are selected, their scholarship award will be credited to their student account in the following fall semester.
Scholarships • University of Virginia School of Nursing
Up to $20,000 Selection is based on student’s scholarship and academic achievements as well as a brief statement the use of the money. Conway Community Scholars is a scholarship program intended to increase Clinical Nurse Leaders in communities across the Commonwealth of Virginia. Eligible applicants are Virginia residents with demonstrated financial need as indicated on the FAFSA. Substantial tuition support is provided for both years of the two year master’s entry CNL Program. Scholars are required to complete a minimum number of community service hours. Open to all students in the post-baccalaureate DNP pathway, with a preference given to UVA SON alumni.