2013-2014 HRSA Nursing Scholarship Program - page 3
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I know it is entirely too early but I wanted to get a thread going for all of you who are planning to apply for the NSP this upcoming year. I know it is becoming more and more popular and there are always questions and people... Read More
- 0Feb 27, '13 by hellosunI know it's been a while since anyone's posted on here but I just did some more research on this scholarship after the admissions adviser to my accelerated bsn program mentioned it to me last summer. I was just accepted into the program and will be starting in May.
As for the scholarship, does anyone have an idea of how competitive it is? Do you think they would award it to someone who is pursuing nursing as a second degree?
Thanks for any information you might have!! Good luck everyone =)Last edit by hellosun on Feb 27, '13 : Reason: wrong word
- 1Feb 27, '13 by driven2012Hey
I definitely believe they do award to individuals pursuing nursing as a second degree or career change. You are eligible as long as your are accepted/enrolled in an accredited nursing program (including accelerated BSN). I just got into an entry level masters program for nursing and completed my undergrad in another non nursing degree. If you go to the HRSA website they have all the information regarding the scholarship for the 2012 cycle. The 2013 application should be available sometime in March. Good luck to you and congrats on getting into your program!
- 0Feb 27, '13 by AmyWynnWell I finished my application tonight for the HRSA, I sure hope this goes well in my direction. I have three children two of which are in college now and I Need to assist them with college and having a large student loan hinders the ablitiy of helping them get their lifes started in the educational fields. Also, I have a precious 1yr old grand-daughter I would love to start saving for her education as well. Nursing has been a great blessing to me. I dearly love being a nurse practitioner and helping patients out. To see my patients return to my office with good news that their sugars are down or their BP is better or they lost weight all from the education they received from me at their previous appt. Nursing is a great rewarding career. I wish everyone luck and remember to say a Prayer. We all need it.
- 1Mar 8, '13 by AmyWynnHas anyone else applied for this years 2013-2014 HRSA Nursing Scholarship Program? No one has posted. I wish everyone luck but this sure would help me out tremidously, I seen a recent post with tips and I didn't do all of those tips so I hope my application doesn't get over looked. I really need the assistance. Good luck to everyone.
- 0Mar 8, '13 by AmyWynnHas anyone else applied for this years 2013-2014 HRSA Nursing Scholarship Program? No one has posted. I wish everyone luck but this sure would help me out tremidously, I seen a recent post with tips and I didn't do all of those tips so I hope my application doesn't get over looked. I really need the assistance. Good luck to everyone.
- 0Mar 18, '13 by defpotec2020Can you guys help me figure out how this is supposed to work?
- The NURSECorps scholarship application deadline is May 2 and requires we already be accepted into the program.
- The ADN program I am applying to has an application deadline of May 31 and requires applicants to already have their CNA.
- The Spring semester CNA class ends mid-May. The state CNA test isn't available until mid-June.
- 0Mar 18, '13 by hanoi98I am applying also, and badly need it. I quit my job to go to school fulltime. Raising a 5-year-old son with $800/ month. I am in the first semester of the ADN program. I really hope to get it for the next school year. The date line is 5/2. Should I submit my application early? If after I graduate from the ADN, and go to a RN-BSN program, can I keep renew my contract and get one more year of scholarship?
Please share your experience and advice, I really appreciate everything
- 0Apr 7, '13 by winterravenHey folks, also applying to HRSA Nursing Scholarship program this year.
My EFC falls within the 0-5500 range, but I'm unsure if it's even possible to get it because they never leave the EFC 0 range? If that's correct does that mean they just choose the applicants who are EFC 0, then EFC 1, then EFC 2, etc? Or do they choose within that 0-5500 spectrum? /so confused.