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Mabel C. Sargent Scholarship
The Wyoming Community Foundation offers the Mabel C. Sargent Scholarship to provide financial assistance to juniors or seniors at the University of Wyoming who plan to pursue careers in nursing.

The eligible candidate must be a junior or senior enrolled in the University of Wyoming, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree .  The candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0.  Selection is based on academic achievement, leadership ability and community service.

Award:   6 awards of $5000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Wyoming Community Foundation, 313 South 2nd Street, Laramie, WY 82070, (800)708-7878; [email protected]

 

Madeline Pickett (Halbert) Cogswell Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship for $1,000 is provided through the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.  It is awarded to a student enrolled in an approved school of nursing.

Eligibility includes being a member, or a descendent, of the NSDAR

Deadline: February 15

Contact: National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1776 D Street, Washington DC 20006

Telephone: 202 628-1776

 

Mae B. Wilkin/Phyrne Lorenz Scholarship Fund

The Native Daughters of the Golden West offer several scholarships, through donations, to their members, or family members.  No specific field of study is noted, so nursing students who meet the eligibility requirements below may apply.

Eligibility includes being born in California and enrolled in studies in any university, college, vocational or trade school located within the state of California.

Contact: Native Daughters of the Golden West, 543 Baker Street, San Francisco CA 94117-1405

Telephone: 415 563-9091

 

Marcelle Dodson Estes Scholarship
The University of West Florida offers the Marcelle Dodson Estes Scholarship to encourage students to pursue higher education.  It was established in 1986 by Pensacola resident Marcelle Dodson Estes, who was committed to community service.  The eligible candidate must be a sophomore, junior or senior enrolled in the University of West Florida.  The candidate must be pursuing a career in a health-related field.  Preference is given to students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $1100
Deadline:  Not specified

Contact:  University of West Florida, Nursing Department, VWF, 11000 University Parkway, Bldg. 18, Main Lobby, Pensacola, FL 32514; (850) 474-2881

 

March of Dimes Graduate Nursing Scholarships

This well known and respected organization offers several $5,000 scholarships annually to nurses enrolled in maternal/child health nursing programs.  Applications are to be sent via email only.

Eligibility includes already being a Registered Nurse, and seeking to train at the masters or doctoral level to focus their career in maternal and child health.

Deadline: mid January yearly

Contact: March of Dimes Education Services, 1275 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains NY 10605

Telephone: 914 997-4609 (for assistance)

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

 

Margaret Jones Memorial Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Hawaii Community Foundation.  Created in memory of a nurse killed during World War I, the scholarship is awarded enrolled in the BSN or MSN nursing program in Hawaii or a mainland USA university. The applicant must be a college junior, at minimum.

Eligibility includes a grade point average of at least 3.0

Contact: Hawaii Community Foundation, 827 Fort Street Mall, Honolulu HI 96813

Telephone: 808 537-6333 or 888 731-3863

 

Marguerite McAlpin Memorial Scholarship for Nursing

This scholarship of $300 is available through the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Washington. It is awarded to a descendent of a U.S Armed Forces veteran who is enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate study of nursing.

Contact: American legion Auxiliary Department of Washington, P.O. Box 5867, Lacey WA 98509

Telephone: 360 456-5995

 

Marion A. Lindeman Scholarship

The Oregon Student Access Commission offers access to over 400 scholarships.  They are available to students throughout the state, but some are specific to students from certain high schools in specific counties.

This is one of many scholarships available to students in the state.

You must register on the commission’s site and then fill out an online application.

For accurate and up to date information you are advised to visit the links below.

Deadline: February 16 – March 1

Contact: Oregon Student Access Commission, 1500 Valley River Drive, Eugene OR 97401

Telephone: 541 687-7395

Email: [email protected]

 

Marion Huber Learning Through Listening Awards

These awards of $6,000 are given to students who, through hard work and perseverance, have overcome stiff learning disabilities to graduate high school with excellent grade point averages.  Recipients may then use these funds to assist them in furthering their education in college or university studies in nursing, or any other career field of their choosing.

Contact: Learning Ally National Headquarters, 20 Roszel Road, Princeton NJ 08540

Telephone: 800 221-4792

 

Marian Stephens Wethington Memorial Nursing Scholarship
Mesa State College offers the Marian Stephens Wethington Memorial Nursing Scholarship to encourage students in Colorado to pursue careers in nursing.  The eligible candidate must be a full or part-time student at Mesa State College Department of Health Sciences, working toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.  The eligible candidate must be a junior and must have a GPA of at least 3.0.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award: $300
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:   Mesa State College, Financial Aid Department, 1100 North Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501; (970) 248-1398

 

Marilyn Lenio Nursing Scholarship
Cochise College offers the Marilyn Lenio Nursing Scholarship to encourage Arizona residents to pursue careers in nursing by providing financial assistance.  The eligible candidate must be enrolled full-time at the Cochise College Nursing Program pursuing an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing.  The eligible candidate must be a sophomore and have a GPA of at least 3.5.  The candidate must also be a Cochise County Resident and U.S. citizen.  Selection is based on financial need.

Award:  3 awards of $500
Deadline:  April 13

Contact:  Cochise College, Office of Financial Aid, 4190 West Highway 80, Douglas AZ, 85607; (800) 966-7943, extension 4100; [email protected]

Marilyn Tomey Memorial Scholarship
The Henry County Community Foundation offers the Marilyn Tomey Memorial Scholarship to encourage students in Indiana to pursue careers in nursing.  It was established by the family of Marilyn Tomey to honor her commitment to nursing and community service.  The eligible candidate must be a resident of Henry County who is enrolled at a college or university in Indiana full-time, pursing a degree in nursing.  The candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and show a commitment to service to others through nursing.

Award:  $500 – $2000
Deadline:  March 16

Contact:  Henry County Community Foundation, Scholarship Administrator, 700 South Memorial Drive, P.O. Box 6006, New Castle, IN 47362; (765) 529-2235; [email protected]

 

Marion A. and Eva S. Peeples Foundation Trust Scholarship
Johnson County Community Foundation offers the Marion A. and Eva S. Peeples Foundation Trust Scholarship to graduates of high schools in Indiana.  The eligible candidate must enroll in a college or university in Indiana pursuing a degree in nursing, dietetics or technology education.  Preference is given first to Franklin Community High School students, next to students who reside in Johnson County, and then to students who attend high school in Indiana.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award: $500 – $2000; renewable
Deadline:  March 16

Contact:   Kim Minton, Scholarship Administrator, P.O. Box 217, Franklin, IN 46131; (317) 738-2213; [email protected]

Marion A. Lindeman Scholarship
The Oregon Student Access Commission offers the Marion A. Lindeman Scholarship to employees of Willamette View Health Center or Willamette View Terrace.  The eligible candidate must be enrolled at least part-time in a degree program pursuing a degree or certificate in nursing, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy or other health-related field.  At the time of application the candidate also must have completed a year of employment at Willamette View Health Center or Willamette View Terrace.  Selection will be based on financial need.

Award:  up to $1000
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:  Cheryl Connolly, Scholarship Processing Coordinator, Oregon Student Access Commission, 1500 Valley River Drive, Suite 100, Eugene, OR 97401; (541) 687-7400; [email protected]

 

Marsha’s Angels Scholarship

This scholarship of up to $2,000 is awarded to qualifying students entering their first year of nursing training in any accredited program throughout the United States.  There are some slight variations on this fact; please see the web site for details.

There is no age limit on this scholarship, so if you have decided to change professions and become a nurse later in life, you are welcome to apply.

Deadline: June 30

Contact: Marsha’s Angels, P.O. Box 401, Valley Center KS 67147-0401

 

Mary Alice Hartigan Scholarship for Nursing

This scholarship, available through the Heartland Foundation, is awarded to a student enrolled in nursing program aimed at focusing on surgical nursing care.

Eligibility includes residents within the Heartland areas of Missouri, Iowa, Kansas or Nebraska.  A financial need must also be demonstrated.

Deadline: July

Contact: Heartland Foundation/empower, 518 S. Sixth Street, St. Joseph Missouri 64501

Telephone: 816 271-7200 or 800 447-1083

 

Mary Ann Reinert Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Heartland Foundation. It is awarded to a nursing student pursuing a specialty in surgical nursing.  The applicant must be enrolled in full time studies in an approved program. Eligibility includes a demonstrated financial need and the applicant must live in the Heartland area of the USA.

Deadline: July

Contact: Heartland Foundation/empower, 518 S. Sixth Street, St. Joseph Missouri 64501

Telephone: 816 271-7200 or 800 447-1083

 

Mary B. Rhodes Medical Scholarship
The Woman’s Missionary Union Foundation offers the Mary B. Rhodes Medical Scholarship to children or international missionaries planning to go on international missions.   The Women’s Missionary Union Foundation works to support Christian missions worldwide by securing financial support.  The eligible candidate must be a child of a missionary, enrolled in an accredited college or university,  pursuing a degree in nursing, medicine, pharmacy or dentistry.

 

Award:  Not specified
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:   Linda M. Lucas, Administrative Assistant, Woman’s Missionary Union Foundation, 100 Missionary Ridge, 100 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL 35242; (205) 408-5525; [email protected]

 

Mary Butler Woods Nursing Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is available through the Sinclair School of Nursing. Preference for the award of this scholarship will be given to relations of those who hole/held membership with the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Application can be made internally at the school of nursing.

Contact: Missouri University Sinclair School of Nursing, Office of Student Affairs, S235 School of Nursing, Columbia MO 65211

Telephone: 573 882-0277 or 800 437-4339

 

Mary Ellen Hatfield School Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the South Carolina Nurses Foundation, who distribute several awards and scholarships each year.  It is awarded to an RN or LPN seeking to further the education in nursing.

Eligibility is determined by committee

Contact: The South Carolina Nurses Foundation, 1821 Gadsden Street, Columbia SC 29201

Telephone: 803 898-0850 or 803 252-4781

Email: [email protected]

 

Mary Free Bed Guild of Grand Rapids – Minority Scholarship Program
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital offers the Minority Scholarship Program for minority students pursuing degrees in nursing or rehabilitation therapy programs.The eligible candidate must be enrolled in or accepted to an accredited university in a nursing program.  The candidate must also have a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrated leadership skills.   The candidate must be a resident of the West Michigan area and be Black or African American, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian, or other Pacific Islander

Award:  Varies
Deadline:  March 31

Contact:  Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, 235 Wealthy SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503; (800) 528 8989; [email protected]

 

Mary Marshal Nursing Scholarships

There are 2 scholarships under this title, one for a Licensed Practical Nurses and one for Registered Nurses.   Both scholarships are administered through the Virginia Department of Health.

Students may be enrolled either in full time or part time studies.

Deadline: May 1 – June 30 (both programs)

Contact: Virginia Department of Health, 109 Governor Street, Suite 1016 East, James Madison Building, Richmond VA 23219

Telephone: 804 864-7435 or 800 694-7349

 

Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement Awards

Though this scholarship is awarded to a student who is legally blind or visually impaired, it is possible to study in fields of nursing where this disability won’t hold you back.

Learning Ally gives out nine awards in total are given out to students receiving a bachelors, masters or doctoral degree.  Recipients are chosen by committee in honor of their proven excellence in academics and leadership.

Eligibility includes being a registered Ally learner

Deadline: March 15

Contact: Learning Ally National Headquarters, 20 Roszel Road, Princeton NJ 08540

Telephone: 800 221-4792

 

Mary T. Price Fund

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation provides numerous scholarships for students attending post secondary education colleges and universities in West Virginia.  Many of these can be used to help support a nursing education. Each has specific criteria, so it is recommended you review each scholarship’s eligibility.

General eligibility includes attending full time studies and a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

You will be required to fill out an online application to check for eligibility for other scholarships.

Deadline: January 15

Contact: The Greater Kanawha valley Foundation, 900 Lee Street East, 16th Floor, Charleston WV 25301

Telephone: 304 346-3620

Email: Susan Hoover – [email protected]

 

Mary Virginia Macrae Memorial Merit Award

This award of $400 is awarded to a students enrolled in any study at any post secondary education institution.  No specifications are mentioned so this would be available to applicants seeking help with their nursing education.

The award is distributed through the American Legion Auxiliary Department of Iowa. This organization has several other scholarships and merit awards available.

Eligibility for all includes being a descendent of a US veteran.

Contact: American Legion Auxiliary Department of Iowa, Sharon Anderson, Department Education Chairman, 709 3rd Street S.E., Altoona Iowa 50009

Telephone: 515 957-0803

 

Maryland Higher Education Commission

This foundation provides scholarships to students seeking higher professional education.  Students may be attending either full time or part time studies. Amounts of $1,000 or more will be awarded to qualifying applicants.

Eligibility includes education in programs for nursing and other health care related fields. It is also based upon proven financial need.

Deadline: as per your chosen schools deadlines

Contact: Maryland Higher Education Commission, 6 N. Liberty Street, Baltimore MD 21201

Telephone: 410 767-3301 or 800 974-0203

 

Massachusetts Long Term Care Foundation Scholarship
Rhode Island College offers the Massachusetts Long Term Care Foundation Scholarship to support Rhode Island College students pursuing careers in nursing, specializing in long-term care.  The eligible candidate must have worked full- or part-time for a nursing home or assisted living facility in Massachusetts for at least one year at the time of application.   The candidate must also be enrolled in or accepted to a nursing program at an accredited college, university or nursing school.

 

Award:  $300
Deadline:  May 31

 

Contact:   James T. Hanbury, Director of Financial Aid, Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI 02908, (401) 456-8033

 

Masters Scholarship- ONCC
The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation and the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC) offers the Masters Scholarship to encourage nurses to pursue careers in oncology nursing.  Founded in 1975, the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is dedicated to promoting excellence in education, patient care, administration and research in oncology nursing.   Since 1975, ONS has grown to over 200 chapters and over 25 special interest groups.  It has become a leader in advocacy activities worldwide.  The eligible candidate must be a registered nurse, pursuing a Masters of Science in Nursing degree who has demonstrated a commitment to oncology nursing.

Award:  $3000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Foundation, 125 Enterprise Drive, Pittsburgh PA, 15275, 412 921-7373, [email protected]

 

Masters Scholarship- ONS
The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation offers the Masters Scholarship to encourage nurses to pursue careers in oncology nursing.  Founded in 1975, the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is dedicated to promoting excellence in education, patient care, administration and research in oncology nursing.   Since 1975, ONS has grown to over 200 chapters and over 25 special interest groups.  It has become a leader in advocacy activities worldwide.  The eligible candidate must be a registered nurse, pursuing a Masters of Science in Nursing degree who has demonstrated a commitment to oncology nursing.

Award:  $3000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Foundation, 125 Enterprise Drive, Pittsburgh PA, 15275, 412 921-7373, [email protected]

 

Masters Scholarship I
The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation offers the Masters Scholarship I to encourage nurses to pursue careers in oncology nursing.  Founded in 1975, the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is dedicated to promoting excellence in education, patient care, administration and research in oncology nursing.   Since 1975, ONS has grown to over 200 chapters and over 25 special interest groups.  It has become a leader in advocacy activities worldwide.  The eligible candidate must be a registered nurse, pursuing a Masters of Science in Nursing degree who has demonstrated a commitment to oncology nursing.

Award:  $3000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Foundation, 125 Enterprise Drive, Pittsburgh PA, 15275, 412 921-7373, [email protected]

 

Masters Scholarship II
The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation offers the Masters Scholarship II to encourage nurses to pursue careers in oncology nursing.  Founded in 1975, the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is dedicated to promoting excellence in education, patient care, administration and research in oncology nursing.   Since 1975, ONS has grown to over 200 chapters and over 25 special interest groups.  It has become a leader in advocacy activities worldwide.  The eligible candidate must be a registered nurse, pursuing a Masters of Science in Nursing degree who has demonstrated a commitment to oncology nursing.

Award:  $3000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Foundation, 125 Enterprise Drive, Pittsburgh PA, 15275, 412 921-7373, [email protected]

 

Maude T. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund
Johnson County Community Foundation offers the Maude T. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund to graduates of Franklin Community High School pursuing careers in nursing.  The Johnson County Community Foundation was established to improve the quality of life for residents in Johnson County Indiana.  The eligible candidate must be a senior graduating from Franklin Community High School, planning to enroll in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program at an accredited school of nursing. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award: $1500
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:   Kim Minton, Scholarship Administrator, P.O. Box 217, Franklin, IN 46131; (317) 738-2213; [email protected]

 

McFarland Charitable Foundation Scholarship
The Havana National Banks offers the McFarland Charitable Foundation Scholarship to encourage students to pursue nursing careers in Havana, IL.  The eligible candidate must be a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a degree in nursing.  The candidate must agree to practice as a registered nursing in Havana, IL for one year for each year the candidate receives a scholarship. If the candidate does not fulfill the service requirement, the scholarship must be repaid.

Award: $7000 – $12,000
Deadline:  May 15

Contact:   Larry Thomson, Vice President and Senior Trust Officer, Havana National Bank, 112 South Orange Street, P.O. Box 200, Havana, IL 62644; (309) 543-3361

 

M. Elizabeth Carnegie Scholarship
The Nurses Educational Funds, Inc. offers the M. Elizabeth Carnegie Scholarship to African-American students pursuing doctoral degrees in nursing.   The eligible candidate must be an African American registered nurse who is a member of a professional nursing association.  The candidate must be enrolled in a doctorate program in nursing or related field.  Selection is based on academic achievement and demonstrated service to the nursing profession.  Candidates are required to submit GRE or MAT scores.

Award:  $2500
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:   Nurses Educational Funds, Inc., Kristen Oikle, Scholarship Coordinator, 304 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010; 212 590-2443; [email protected]

 

10,000 Degrees (formerly Marin Education Fund)

This organization gives access to many scholarships to assist students who want to attend college. Whether it is for undergraduate studies in nursing, professional and technical trades, child care or other studies, this organization gives students the resources they need for a higher education.

The organization provides a number of scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements. Many of these however can be used by students seeking a career in nursing.

Some of the scholarship areas include:

Professional and Technical Training Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

Outside Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships listed under each of these headings.  Please visit the web site below for more specific details

Contact: 10,000 Degrees, Marine Community Foundation, 781 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 140, San Rafael CA 94901

Telephone: 415 459-4240

 

Medcenter One Nursing Student Tuition Loan Program
The Medcenter One College of Nursing offers the Medcenter One Nursing Student Tuition Loan Program to encourage students to pursue nursing careers by proving financial assistance.  The eligible candidate must be a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in good standing, pursuing a degree at Medcenter One College of Nursing.    This loan must be repaid either through working at Medical One Health Systems or by making direct payments to Medcenter One College of Nursing.

Award: $2750
Deadline:  May 15

Contact:   Medcenter One College of Nursing, 300 North Seventh Street, Bismark, ND 58501, (701) 323-6371

 

Medtronic Physio-Control Advanced Nursing Practice Scholarship
The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) Foundation offers the Medtronic Physio-Control Advanced Nursing Practice Scholarship with the support of Physio-Control, Inc., the world’s leading provider of external defibrillators.   The eligible candidate must be an emergency nurse pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing degree and must he an ENA member.  The candidate must also have a GPA of 3.0.  Preference will be given to candidates pursuing careers in cardiac nursing.  Selection will be based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $3000
Deadline:  June 1

Contact:   Emergency Nurses Association Foundation, 915 Lee Street, Des Plaines IL, 60016; (847) 460-4100

 

Melissa Sengbusch Inspirational Program

This scholarship is available through the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.  It is an undergraduate scholarship that awards $10,000 for a four year program f study in nursing.

Eligibility includes maintaining a minimum 3.0 grade point average throughout the program.

Contact: University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Killebrew-Laporte Center for Admissions and Student Affairs, Claire M. Fagin Hall, Suite M-5, 418 Curie Boulevard, Philadelphia PA 19104-4217

Telephone: 215 898-8191

Email: [email protected]

 

Merle Dozier Strange Scholarship

This is an internal scholarship available through the Sinclair School of Nursing.  This endowed scholarship is available to undergraduate or graduate students meeting the schools eligibility requirements.

One application only is required to apply for any of the schools internal scholarships.  Please contact the school for further details.

Contact: University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing, Office of Student Affairs, S235 School of Nursing, Columbia MO 65211

Telephone: 573 882-0277 or 800 437-4339

 

Mern Shafman Memorial Nursing Scholarship
Bloomfield College offers the Mern Shafman Memorial Nursing Scholarship to students pursuing careers in nursing at the Bloomfield College Frances M. McLaughlin Division of Nursing.   The Nursing program at Bloomfield College was designed to provide a balance of professional studies, liberal arts and practical experience.  The eligible candidate must be a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Bloomfield College.  The candidate must also have a GPA of at least 3.0.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:   $500; renewable
Deadline:  Not specified

Contact:   Bloomfield College, 467 Franklin Street, Bloomfield, NJ 07003; 973 748-9000; [email protected]

 

Mesa County Medical Society & Auxiliary Nursing Scholarship
Mesa State College offers the Mesa County Medical Society & Auxiliary Nursing Scholarship to encourage students in Colorado to pursue careers in nursing.  The eligible candidate must be a full-time senior at Mesa State College Department of Health Sciences, working toward a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.  The candidate must be a resident of Mesa County and must have a GPA of at least 3.0.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.  The recipient of the award must agree to work in Mesa County for at least two year after graduation.

Award: $1500
Deadline:  March 1

Contact:   Mesa State College, Financial Aid Department, 1100 North Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501; (970) 248-1398

 

Michigan League for Nursing Scholarships

The Michigan League for Nursing Scholarships offers access to several scholarship programs.  The eligibility criteria for each is different; please review theses carefully.

Scholarships available:

 

Michigan League for Nursing/MCNEA/MACN Scholarship

This year’s award amount is $1,000, available to a nursing student enrolled in either a Licensed Practical Nurse, Associate or Bachelor Degree of study.

Deadline: March 1

 

Michigan Nursing Scholarship
The Michigan Department of Treasury offers the Michigan Nursing Scholarship to encourage Michigan students to pursue careers in nursing.  The eligible candidate must be enrolled in a college or nursing school in Michigan, pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Licensed Practical Nurse certification or Master of Science in Nursing degree.  Eligible candidates must be in good academic standing.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $500
Deadline:  September 1

Contact:  Michigan Department of Treasury¸ Office of Scholarships and Grants, P.O. Box 30462, Lansing, MI 48909; (888) 447-2687; [email protected]

 

Michigan Nursing Students Association (MNSA)

A search function for scholarships is available.

 

Mid-Atlantic Cardiovascular Foundation Nursing Scholarship

Contact: 410-484-9520

 

Middlesex County (NJ) Medical Society Foundation Scholarship
The Middlesex County Medical Society Foundation, Inc. offers the Middlesex County Medical Society Foundation Scholarship to encourage student in Middlesex County, New Jersey to pursue careers in health-related fields.  The eligible candidate must be a resident of Middlesex County for at least five years at the time of application.  The candidate must also be enrolled in an accredited nursing program, medical school or pharmacy school.  Selection is based upon academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $500 – $1500
Deadline:  March 15

Contact:  Mary Alice Bruno, Executive Director, Middlesex County Medical Society Foundation, Inc., 575 Cranbury Road, B-7, East Brunswick, NJ 08816; (732) 257-6800; [email protected]

 

Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) Research Grant
The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing offers the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) Research Grant to encourage registered nurses to complete research in nursing.  The eligible candidate must be a registered nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing degree.  The candidate must also have a research project ready to begin immediately upon receipt of the grant.  The candidate must be a member in good standing of the Midwest Nursing Research Society and Sigma Theta Tau International.

Award:  $2500
Deadline:  April 1

Contact:   Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Program Department, 550 West North Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202; (888) 634-7575, (317) 634-8171; [email protected]

 

Mildred B. Price Nursing Scholarship Fund
The Central Indiana Community Foundation offers the Mildred B. Price Nursing Scholarship Fund to Indiana students pursuing careers in nursing.  The eligible student must be a resident of Stake, White, Sullivan, Madison, Pulaski, Knox, Hamilton or Grant County, Indiana.  The candidate must also be enrolled in or have been accepted to a nursing program at an accredited college or university in Indiana, with a GPA of at least 2.5.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $1000
Deadline:  March 2

Contact:   Scholarship Administrator, Central Indiana Community Foundation, English Foundation Building, 615 North Alabama Street, #119, Indianapolis, IN 46204; (317) 634-2423; [email protected]

 

Mildred I. Martignone Nurse Scholarship

This is one of many scholarships available to student residing in the state of Oregon. Please review the PDF document for qualifications (some scholarships available to graduating students of certain high schools) or contact the Oregon Student Access Commission directly.

Contact: Oregon Student Access Commission, 1500 Valley River Drive, Suite 100, Eugene OR 97401

Telephone: 541 687-7400 or 800 452-8807

 

Mildred Nutting Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is available through the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).  It is available to students already enrolled in a nursing program.

Contact: National Chairman, DAR Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 2906, Ridgeland MS 39158-2906

The DAR Society offers access to many other scholarship programs as well.  Please see the main web site for further details.

Main Contact: National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, 1776 D Street, NW Washington DC 20006

Telephone: 202 628-1776

 

Mildred West Reed Memorial Scholarship

This is a partial scholarship available through the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. As an internal scholarship, one application only is required to apply.

Contact: Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, Admissions, Godhaux Hall 207, 461 21st Avenue South, Nashville TN 37240

Telephone: 615 322-9192

 

Minnesota Nurse Faculty Loan Forgiveness Program

Contact:  Mohamed Samaha, [email protected]

Telephone: 651-201-3870

 

Minnesota Nurse Faculty Loan Forgiveness Program
The Minnesota Nurse Faculty Loan Forgiveness Program was established to recruit and retain health care professionals to needed areas and facilities in Minnesota.The eligible candidate must in the final year of a Masters or doctoral program that prepares him or her to be nurse educators.  For loan forgiveness, program participants must teach at least 12 credit hours, or 720 hours per year (including prep time), for a minimum of three years in a postsecondary nursing program.

Award:  Varies
Deadline:  March 31

Contact:   Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Rural Health and Primary Care, P.O. Box 64882, St. Paul, MN 55164-0882. [email protected]

 

Minority Nurse Magazine Scholarship
The Alloy Media + Marketing offers the Minority Nurse Magazine Scholarship Program to racial and ethnic minority nursing students.  The eligible candidate must be in the third or fourth year of an accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program or in an accelerated program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree or a Master of Science in Nursing degree.  The eligible candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0.

Award:  $1000 – $3000
Deadline:  February 1

Contact:   Pam Chwedyk, Alloy Media + Marketing, Alloy Education Division, 211 West Wacker Drive, Chicago IL, 60606; 312 525-3095; [email protected]

 

Missouri Department of American Legion

The legion hosts seven different scholarships, some of which could be used towards college or university studies in nursing. Funds available range from $250 to $500.

Eligibility for most of these scholarships includes being a resident of Missouri and a descendant of, or a member themselves, of the American Legion. Please visit the legions web site for more precise qualifications for each available scholarship.

The available scholarships include:

Charles L. bacon Scholarship

Commanders Scholarship

Erman W. Taylor Scholarship

Joseph J. Frank Scholarship

Lillie Lois Ford Scholarship

M.D. Jack Murphy Scholarship

Shane Dean Voyles Memorial Scholarship

Deadline: April 20

Contact: The American Legion Department of Missouri, Inc. Attn: Education and Scholarship Committee, P.O Box 179, Jefferson City MO 65102-0179

Telephone: 573 893-2353 or 800 846-9023

 

Missouri Professional and Practical Nursing Student Loan Program
The Missouri Department of Health offers the Missouri Professional and Practical Nursing Student Loan Program to encourage nurses to work in underserved areas of Missouri by providing financial.  The eligible student must be a resident of Missouri, enrolled in an accredited nursing program in Missouri with a GPA of at least 2.5.  Preference is given to students who reside in underserved areas of Missouri, minority students and previous recipients of Missouri Professional and Practical Nursing Student Loans.  Recipients can have the loan forgiven through working in rural or underserved area of Missouri.

 

Award:  $2500 – $5000
Deadline:  June 30

Contact:   L. Gail Ponder, Health Program Representative, ATTN: Health Care Access and Assessment, Missouri Department of Health, P.O. Box 570, Jefferson City MO, 65102-0570; (800) 891-7415; [email protected]

 

MLN Scholarship
The Missouri League for Nursing, Inc. offers the MLN Scholarship to encourage qualified student achieve careers in nursing.  The eligible candidate must be enrolled in an accredited college, university or nursing school pursuing the LPN certification, an Associate Degree in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree or a Master of Science in Nursing degree with a GPA of at least 3.0.  The candidate must also be a resident of Missouri and have an active nursing license in Missouri.

Award:  $1000
Deadline:  October 25

Contact:   Missouri League for Nursing, Inc., P.O. Box 104476, 604 Dix Road, Jefferson City MO, 65110; (573) 635-5355

 

Monsignor John J. McMahon
Mount Carmel College of Nursing offers the Monsignor John J. McMahon Scholarship to provide students with financial assistance to encourage them to continue their undergraduate nursing education.  Founded over 100 years ago by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is one of the largest schools in Ohio that offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.  The eligible student must be a junior or senior enrolled in the Mount Carmel College of Nursing and must be a dietetic intern.  The candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0.  Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Award:  $2000
Deadline:  May 1

Contact:   Mount Carmel College of Nursing, 127 South Davis Avenue, Columbus, OH 43222; (614) 234-5800; [email protected]

 

Morris K. Udall Undergraduate Scholarship

Contact: (520) 901-8500

 

Mother M. Constantine Scholarship
Mount Carmel College of Nursing offers the Mother M. Constantine Scholarship to provide students with financial assistance to encourage them to continue their undergraduate nursing education.  Founded over 100 years ago by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Mount Carmel College of Nursing is one of the largest schools in Ohio that offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.  The eligible student must have completed at least one year of full-time enrollment at the Mount Carmel College of Nursing.  The candidate must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and must be actively involved in community service.

Award:  $1000
Deadline:  May 1

Contact:   Mount Carmel College of Nursing, 127 South Davis Avenue, Columbus, OH 43222; (614) 234-5800; [email protected]

 

Most Valuable Student Competition

Contact: Elks National Foundation Programs Department, 2750 N. Lakeview Avenue, Chicago, IL

Telephone: 773/755-4732

Email: [email protected]

 

Mount Sinai Hospital’s BSN Student Scholarship/Work Repayment Program

Contact: The Mount Sinai Hospital, One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1144, New York, NY 10029

Telephone: (212) 824-7240

Email: [email protected]

 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Boyd Scholarship Endowment Fund

Contact: Office of Student Affairs, S235 School of Nursing, Columbia, MO 65211

 

Myron D. Kiesling Scholarship
The Wyoming Community Foundation offers the Myron D. Kiesling Scholarship to encourage students from Weston County to study engineering and other technical fields.  The scholarship was established by Myron Kiesling, a navy veteran of World War II.  The eligible candidate must be a graduate of a high school in Weston County with a GPA of at least 3.0.  The candidate must also be entering in or already enrolled in a college or university pursing an undergraduate degree in nursing or engineering.  However, preference is given to engineering students and students attending the University of Wyoming.

Award:  2 awards of $2000
Deadline:  May 1

Contact:   Mount Carmel College of Nursing, 127 South Davis Avenue, Columbus, OH 43222; (614) 234-5800; [email protected]

 

Myrtle Longenbach Memorial Scholarship Fund

Contact: Office of Student Affairs, S235 School of Nursing, Columbia, MO 65211

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