Here are some of the Nursing scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Provides scholarships to graduate students who are pursuing either a master's degree in nursing or a doctoral degree in nursing or a related discipline.
Be a legal resident of North Carolina
Have completed a minimum of six (6) semester hours of course work in their graduate program of study by the application deadline (courses in progress DO NOT meet this requirement)
Be granted unconditional admission to a master’s degree program in nursing or a doctoral degree program in nursing or a related discipline and be classified as a graduate degree student by the college or university*
*Master's program must be located in North Carolina; doctoral program may be outside of North Carolina
Scholarships to students attending IWU majoring in religion and philosophy and intending to serve as either a pastor or missionary, nursing, or education, as determined by IWU.
The Hall- Wesleyan Memorial Scholarship Fund was created by Luella Hall in 1994 in memory of Reverend W.F. Hall, Mary B. Howlett Hall and Delia Howlett. This scholarship was created to benefit IWU students majoring in Religion and Philosophy (intending to serve as a pastor or missionary), Nursing or Education. The fund is now advised by Indiana Wesleyan University.
Scholarships for residents enrolled in a Nursing course.
- Candidates currently enrolled in a nursing program (B.S.N., A.D., Diploma or L.P.N./L.V.N.) and in good scholastic standing at the time of application. - Must be a member of NBNA and/a member of a local chapter (if one exists in your area). -
* The candidate currently must be enrolled in (or applying to) a post-master's nurse practitioner certificate academic credit-bearing program in an NLN- or CCNE-accredited School of Nursing. The program must have application to oncology nursing. * The candidate must have a previous master's degree in nursing, a current license to practice as a registered nurse, and a demonstrated interest in and commitment to oncology nursing. * At the end of the year of scholarship participation, the nurse must submit a summary describing the educational activities in which he or she participated.
Applicants must: 1. Be a Danish Sisterhood member in good standing with the sponsoring lodge. Must be a member for a minimum of one year prior to application deadline. 2. OR be the daughter or son of a Danish Sisterhood Member as listed in requirement 1. 3. Scholarships are awarded for study commencing in the fall of the current year. 4. Have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 on a scale of 4.0. 5. Must have completed a minimum of one full year of study on the undergraduate level seeking to become a registered nurse. 6. If on a graduate level, must be pursuing the nursing profession.
This scholarship was established by the family of Nancy Gerald to honor her memory.
• Junior or senior level college student from 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle
• Exhibit integrity, thriftiness, ambition, good moral character, and a sincere desire to achieve a higher level of education in the field of Nursing
• Maintain a 2.5 or better cumulative GPA while in college
• Major in field nursing at Amarillo College or West Texas A & M University pursuing a career in one of the following:
1. AAS (Associate of Applied Science) Program
2. BSN (Bachelor of Science Nurse) Program – applicant should be in their junior or senior year
MSN (Masters of Science Nurse) Program – applicant will have completed the BSN Program
• AAF General Scholarship Application
• Local scholarship committee
• One time award
This scholarship has been established and designed for NADONA Academy Fellows who are committed to long term care higher education and who are seeking their Baccalaureate, Masters Degree, or higher in Nursing. The following guidelines have been developed for this scholarship: 1. Applicant must be a current member of NADONA/LTC. A copy of the NADONA membership card must accompany the application. 2. Applicant must be currently certified by NADONA as a long term care director of nursing administration. 3. Applicant must be currently working in long term care for a minimum of three years. 4. Applicant must have plans to remain employed in long term care for at least two years after graduation. 5. Applicant must be accepted or enrolled in an accredited nursing program. Proof of acceptance and NLN accreditation must accompany the application. 6. If applicant has previously received monies from any NADONA Scholarships, they are ineligible to apply for four years after receipt of initial award. 7. Applicant cannot apply for more than two NADONA scholarships in any one year. 8. Applicant must provide evidence of community involvement other than employment in long term care.
This scholarship is awarded to a registered nurse pursuing a baccalaureate degree in nursing. It is named in honor of Ina Williams. Now retired, Ms. Williams was dedicated to promoting education and quality patient care in a non-traditional nursing role. She has been a mentor for nurses across the country and was one of the founding members of the ENA Exhibitors Advisory Committee. Her innovative ideas brought numerous opportunities to ENA and emergency nurses. Applicants must be ENA members for a minimum of twelve (12) months prior to applying.
This scholarship is awarded to a registered nurse who is pursing a baccalaureate degree in nursing. This scholarship is named in memory of a longtime ENA member, Margaret Miller, RN, BSN, MSEd. ENA was very privileged to have Margaret as a member. Margaret's limitless energy, commitment to ENA and education is acknowledged in this memorial scholarship. Applicants must be ENA members for a minimum of twelve (12) months prior to applying.
In honor of the commitment and dedication of ENA members, Hyundai USA will be presenting this scholarship for a nurse pursuing a baccalaureate degree in nursing. Applicants must be ENA members for a minimum of twelve (12) months prior to applying.
This scholarship is intended for a registered nurse who is pursing a baccalaureate degree in nursing. This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of the many ENA members and corporations who gave contributions to the Foundation. All ENA members are eligible. This scholarship is given in honor of the state whose members contributed the most donations to the ENAF in the previous years. Applicants must be ENA members for a minimum of twelve (12) months prior to applying.
Eligibility requirements for ALL scholarships:
o A minimum of a 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) is required for consideration.
o Applicants must be attending a NLN, CCNE or AACN accredited school and must provide verification of the schools current accreditation.
o Applicants must be an ENA member for a minimum of twelve (12) months immediately prior to applying. Non-RN category applicants are not required to be an ENA member but a letter of reference from a current ENA member is required.
o Previous scholarship recipients are not eligible to reapply under the same category. However, qualified previous recipients may apply for the next category.
o ENA members having served in the immediate past three years on the ENA Board of Directors, ENA Foundation Board of Trustees, or ENA Foundation Scholarship Review Team are ineligible to apply.
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