Undergraduate or Graduate Scholarships
Dean’s Diversity Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship supports a nursing student who is from a group underrepresented in nursing (minorities, males) or from disadvantaged backgrounds. The student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The scholarship, created in 2016 by Dean Patty Cowan, is intended to provide tuition support at the in-state rate for one year. It is given to one student per year.
Deborah Dorsa Carman/Beaumont Foundation of America Annual Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the Beaumont Foundation of America on behalf of Jon M. Huntsman, Sr. in honor of Deborah Dorsa Carman, MNSc, BSN, to support underserved nursing students. Preference is given to those who make a commitment to stay as faculty in nursing upon graduation.
Madelyne M. and Edward C. McCarty Nursing Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship goes to Union or Marion county student(s) with a grade point of 3.0 or higher. It is intended for either second year BSN students or students in our Master’s, PhD, or DNP programs.
National Active and Retired Federal Employee Association, Chapter 93 Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate or graduate level student who has demonstrated an interest in practicing gerontology. It was established by the local chapter of active and retired federal employees.
Howard A. and Johnnie Allison Moum Endowed Nursing Scholarship honoring Benni Ogden Fambrough
This scholarship was established by the late Howard and Johnnie Moum to honor and recognize Benni Ogden Fambrough who provided years of assistance to the Moum’s. Benni is a retired College of Nursing faculty member and former Director of Advancement and Community Relations. This scholarship goes to deserving nursing students in any of our nursing programs.
John K. Cook, Jr. and Lucille W. Cook Endowed Scholarship in Nursing
This scholarship will be used to support students in good standing and enrolled in the College of Nursing, with a preference for awarding scholarships to those students who are determined by the College of Nursing to need financial support and with a preference that the scholarship be awarded to students who have served, or are currently serving, in the U.S. Armed Services or to a student whose family member served in or is serving in the U.S. Armed Services.