Educational Assistance Scholarship Directory

Educational Assistance
&
Scholarship Directory
For the Health Professions
Published by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council
Education and Research Foundation
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM FACILITIES ............................................................................................................................ 9
BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM DALLAS ...................................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR ALL SAINTS MEDICAL CENTER FORT WORTH ........................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR HEART & VASCULAR HOSPITAL....................................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR INSTITUTE FOR REHABILITATION ............................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT FRISCO ......................................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT GARLAND .................................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT IRVING ......................................................................................................................... 9
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT SOUTHWEST FORT WORTH .................................................................................. 9
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT WAXAHACHIE ............................................................................................................ 9
BAYLOR REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AT GRAPEVINE ........................................................................................ 10
BAYLOR REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AT PLANO.................................................................................................. 10
BAYLOR SPECIALTY HOSPITAL....................................................................................................................................... 10
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER ................................................................................................................... 10
THE HEART HOSPITAL BAYLOR PLANO...................................................................................................................... 10
METROCREST HOSPITAL AUTHORITY FACILITIES............................................................................................................... 10
TRINITY MEDICAL CENTER ............................................................................................................................................ 10
RHD MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER CAMPUS ........................................................................................................... 10
TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES (THR) FACILITIES..................................................................................................................... 11
TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES ........................................................................................................................................... 11
TEXAS HEALTH ARLINGTON MEMORIAL................................................................................................................... 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL AZLE ......................................................................................... 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL CLEBURNE ............................................................................. 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL FORT WORTH ........................................................................ 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL HURST-EULESS-BEDFORD ................................................ 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL SOUTHWEST FORT WORTH .............................................. 11
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL STEPHENVILLE .................................................................... 12
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL ALLEN ................................................................................................ 12
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL DALLAS .............................................................................................. 12
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL KAUFMAN ......................................................................................... 12
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL PLANO................................................................................................ 12
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL WINNSBORO .................................................................................... 12
TEXAS HEALTH SPECIALTY HOSPITAL ........................................................................................................................ 12
CENTENNIAL MEDICAL CENTER ............................................................................................................................................... 12
CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS.................................................................................................................................. 12
COOK CHILDREN’S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................ 12
DALLAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ..................................................................................................................................... 13
DENTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER .................................................................................................................................. 13
DOCTORS HOSPITAL ........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER ATHENS ................................................................................................................................. 13
ENNIS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ....................................................................................................................................... 13
GLEN ROSE MEDICAL CENTER .................................................................................................................................................... 13
HAMILTON GENERAL HOSPITAL ................................................................................................................................................ 13
HCA – NORTH TEXAS DIVISION ................................................................................................................................................... 13
HOSPITAL PARTNERS OF AMERICA – DALLAS REGION ....................................................................................................... 14
HUGULEY MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER ............................................................................................................................... 14
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INTEGRA HOSPITAL – PLANO ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
JPS HEALTH NETWORK ................................................................................................................................................................... 14
KINDRED HOSPITAL OF DALLAS ................................................................................................................................................. 14
LAKE POINTE MEDICAL CENTER ............................................................................................................................................... 15
LAS COLINAS MEDICAL CENTER ................................................................................................................................................. 15
MARY SHIELS ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
MEDICAL CENTER OF ARLINGTON ............................................................................................................................................ 15
MEDICAL CENTER OF LEWISVILLE ............................................................................................................................................ 15
MEDICAL CENTER OF MCKINNEY .............................................................................................................................................. 16
MEDICAL CENTER OF PLANO....................................................................................................................................................... 16
MEDICAL CITY DALLAS HOSPITAL .............................................................................................................................................. 16
METHODIST HEALTH SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
METHODIST CHARLTON MEDICAL CENTER .......................................................................................................................... 17
METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTER.................................................................................................................................. 17
METHODIST MANSFIELD MEDICAL CENTER ......................................................................................................................... 17
NAVARRO REGIONAL HOSPITAL ................................................................................................................................................. 17
NORTH HILLS HOSPITAL ............................................................................................................................................................... 17
PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL .............................................................................................................................................. 17
PARKLAND HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................ 18
PLAZA MEDICAL CENTER OF FORT WORTH ........................................................................................................................... 18
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF COMMERCE ............................................................................................................................. 19
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF DENTON................................................................................................................................... 19
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF GREENVILLE .......................................................................................................................... 19
RICHARDSON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ......................................................................................................................... 19
TENET HEALTH SYSTEM – CENTRAL REGION....................................................................................................................... 19
TEXAS SCOTTISH RITE HOSPITAL ............................................................................................................................................... 19
TEXOMA MEDICAL CENTER ......................................................................................................................................................... 20
TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ........................................................................................................................................ 20
TRINITY MOTHER FRANCES HEALTH SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................... 20
UT SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL......................................................................................................................... 20
WEATHERFORD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER ..................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
WILSON N. JONES MEDICAL CENTER ........................................................................................................................................ 20
FEDERAL PROGRAMS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 21
FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN PROGRAM ............................................................................................................................ 21
FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT (FSEOG) ................................................ 21
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR DISADVANTAGED HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS PROGRAMS
(FADHPS) ................................................................................................................................................................................ 21
HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENT LOAN .................................................................................................................... 21
NURSING STUDENT LOAN ............................................................................................................................................... 21
PARENT LOAN (PLUS) ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
PELL GRANT.......................................................................................................................................................................... 21
ROBERT C. BYRD HONORS SCHOLARSHIP ................................................................................................................. 22
STAFFORD LOANS ............................................................................................................................................................... 22
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SUPPLEMENTAL LOANS FOR STUDENTS (SLS) .......................................................................................................... 22
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS .................................................................................................................. 22
STATE PROGRAMS ............................................................................................................................................................................. 22
ACADEMIC COMMON MARKET (ACM) .......................................................................................................................... 22
LICENSE PLATE INSIGNIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ............................................................................................. 22
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR LVNS STUDYING TO BECOME RNS..................................................................... 22
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR RURAL OR GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS ................................................. 22
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR RURAL OR VOCATIONAL NURSING STUDENTS ............................................. 22
STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN PROFESSIONAL OR VOCATIONAL
NURSING ................................................................................................................................................................................ 22
STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR ETHNIC RECRUITMENT ......................................................................... 22
TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATION BOARD LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM FOR
PROFESSIONAL NURSES ................................................................................................................................................... 22
TEXAS OUTSTANDING RURAL SCHOLAR RECOGNITION PROGRAM ................................................................ 23
TEXAS PUBLIC EDUCATION GRANT ............................................................................................................................. 23
TEXAS TUITION EXEMPTION PROGRAM .................................................................................................................... 23
TUITION EQUALIZATION GRANT (TEG) ..................................................................................................................... 23
OTHER PROGRAMS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 24
MEDICAL ASSISTING .......................................................................................................................................................... 24
ABE AND ANNIE SEIBEL FOUNDATION (INTEREST FREE EDUCATIONAL LOAN FUND) .......... 24
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANTS ENDOWMENT (MAXINE WILLIAMS
SCHOLARSHIP FUND) .......................................................................................................................................... 24
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS (AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY
NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S SCHOLARSHIP...................................................................................................... 24
MEDICAL RECORDS ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
AMERICAN MEDICAL RECORD ASSOCIATION (FOUNDATION OF RECORD EDUCATION
UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP) ................................................................................................................ 24
AMERICAN HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (GRACE WHITING MYERS
– MALCOLM T. MACEACHERN STUDENT LOAN FUND) .......................................................................... 24
FOUNDATION OF RECORD EDUCATION OF AHIMA (LOANS AND GRANTS) ................................... 24
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY .................................................................................................................................................. 24
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (EDUCATION AND RESEARCH FUND –
SKONIE UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP) ............................................................................................... 24
UNITED CEREBAL PALSY ASSOCIATIONS OF New York STATE (PHYSICAL THERAPY
SCHOLARSHIP)....................................................................................................................................................... 25
NURSING ................................................................................................................................................................................ 25
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSE ANESTHETISTS (EDUCATION LOANS) ................................. 25
FOUNDATION OF THE NATIONAL NURSES ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS .............. 25
MATERNITY CENTER ASSOCIATION (HAZEL CORBIN ASSISTANCE FUND-STIPEND AWARDS)25
NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR LONG TERM HEALTH CARE (REGISTERED NURSE
EDUCATION AWARD)........................................................................................................................................... 25
NURSES’ EDUCATIONAL FUNDS ...................................................................................................................... 25
ONCOLOGY NURSING FOUNDATION (SCHOLARSHIPS) ......................................................................... 25
AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION (BACCALAUREATE OR COORDINATED
PROGRAM) ............................................................................................................................................................... 25
AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION (KRAFT GENERAL FOODS FELLOWSHIP
PROGRAM) ............................................................................................................................................................... 25
REHABILITAION.................................................................................................................................................................. 25
AMERICAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOUNDATION, INC .................................................................. 25
AMERICAN RESPIRATORY CARE FOUNDATION (STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS)............ 25
AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE HEARING FOUNDATION (YOUNG SCHOLARS AWARD FOR
MINORITY STUDENTS) ....................................................................................................................................... 25
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (NSDAR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
SCHOLARSHIPS)..................................................................................................................................................... 25
INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING’S DAUGHTERS AND SONS (HEALTH CAREERS
SCHOLARSHIPS)..................................................................................................................................................... 25
MISCELLANEOUS ................................................................................................................................................................ 26
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S FOUNDATION (NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS)..................................................................... 26
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COSTEP (THE COMMISSIONED OFFICER STUDENT TRAINING AND EXTERN PROGRAM) ....... 26
INDIAN PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ................................................................................................................ 26
HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND ...................................................................................................................... 26
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH – NATIONAL CENTER FOR RESEARCH RESOURCES
(MINORITY HIGH SCHOOL RESEARCH APPRENTICE PROGRAM) ....................................................... 26
CHASE BANK (FRANKLIN LINDSEY STUDENT LOAN FUND) ................................................................ 26
OTHER RESOURCES ......................................................................................................................................................................... 27
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES OF NURSING: SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID RESOURCES FOR NURSING
STUDENTS ................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
OFFICIAL GUIDE TO UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE NURSING PROGRAMS (GOOGLE BOOKS)..................................... 27
NURSINGSCHOOLS.COM: THE NURSING SCHOOL DIRECTORY ............................................................................................. 27
MEDI-SMART NURSING EDUCATION RESOURCES .............................................................................................................. 27
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INTRODUCTION
As students prepare for college, they often realize that their financial resources are not enough to
cover the costs. The escalating costs of attending college can become very discouraging for many
individuals.
Financial aid programs were developed to help students pay for college. With financial assistance
from federal and state government programs, as well as a variety of other programs, students have
discovered that they can afford a college education.
This guide is designed to aid students in their search for financial assistance programs. It lists a
variety of forms of financial assistance available to students. It does not list all of the available
assistance. Instead, we have focused on programs of interest to health care students. We have
concentrated on the most common, popular programs, and omitted many of the more random and
specialized programs.
To utilize the programs to the fullest extent, it will be beneficial to become a knowledgeable
financial aid consumer. The following information will be helpful to you:
When applying for Federal and State Governmental Assistance, every individual must begin with
the application process. The first application is the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).
Some schools will also ask that you complete a Financial Aid Form (FAF) in place of, or in
addition to, the FAFSA. You will mail these applications to a specified address for processing.
After these applications have been completed, you will begin the application process with the
Financial Aid Department at your school. The school will examine both application processes to
determine your eligibility for financial aid.
When completing the FAFSA, FAF, or Financial Aid Department applications, you will need a
copy of your completed Income Tax Return Form from the preceding academic year. The
applications require information contained on the form.
It is best to begin the application process as soon after January 1 of the preceding academic year as
possible. Qualified applicants who submit their information early tend to see more favorable
results.
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Some of the basic requirements for receiving Federal or State Financial Assistance are as follows:
1. Male recipients between the ages of 18 and 26 years must register for the draft to receive
financial aid.
2. Applicants must be making satisfactory academic progress toward a degree or certificate.
3. Applicant must sign a Statement of Educational Purpose and a Certification Statement on
Refunds and Default.
4. Applicant must sign and Anti-Drug Abuse Act Certification
5. Applicant cannot be in default or currently owe refund on a federal grant or loan
When applying for financial assistance other than federal and state programs, you will need to
further research the programs. Each program will require a completed application, as well as
additional information such as personal references, transcripts, letters of nomination, essays and
proposals.
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For more information on financial assistance, please contact the following:
Federal Student Aid Information Center
PO Box 84
Washington, DC 20044
(800) 433-3243
Institutional Review Branch
Region VI
1200 Main Tower, Room 2150
MS 06-5080
Dallas, TX 75202
(214) 767-3811
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Texas College and University System
PO Box 12788
Austin, TX 78711
800-242-3062
www.hhloans.com
Department of Health and Human Services
(For Health Professional Students)
Region VI
1200 Main Tower Building, Room 1100
Dallas, TX 75202
(214) 767-3301
Good luck in your search!
Healthcare Human Resource Services
Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council Education and Research Foundation Workforce Center
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BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM FACILITIES
All of Baylor Health Care Systems’ entities offer the same tuition assistance
programs to eligible individuals.
Nursing Scholarship Program – Scholarships are available to nursing
students enrolled in schools of nursing. The amount of each scholarship is
$500.00 per semester, renewable for each semester as long as the student
maintains a B average of 3.0 GPA for current semester, up to a maximum
of 6 semesters ($3,000). (Note: Funds do not support pre-requisite classes).
BAYLOR HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
3500 Gaston Ave., Dallas, TX 75246
(214) 820-0111
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR ALL SAINTS MEDICAL CENTER FORT WORTH
1400 Eighth Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 926-2544
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR HEART & VASCULAR HOSPITAL
612 N. Hall St., Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 820-0600
www.bhvh.com
BAYLOR INSTITUTE FOR REHABILITATION
909 N. Washington, Dallas, TX 75246
(214) 820-9300
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT FRISCO
5601 Warren Pkwy., Frisco, TX 75034
(214) 407-5000
www.bmcf.com
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT GARLAND
2300 Marie Curie Blvd., Garland, TX 75042
(972) 487-5000
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT IRVING
1901 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75061
(972) 579-8100
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT SOUTHWEST FORT WORTH
7100 Oakmont Blvd., Fort Worth 76132
(817) 346-5700
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR MEDICAL CENTER AT WAXAHACHIE
1405 W. Jefferson Street, Waxahachie, TX 75165
(972) 923-7000
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www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AT GRAPEVINE
1650 W. College St., Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 488-7546 Metro: (817) 481-1588
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER AT PLANO
4700 Alliance Blvd., Plano, TX 75093
(469) 814-2000
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR SPECIALTY HOSPITAL
3504 Swiss Ave., Dallas, TX 75231
(214) 820-9756
www.baylorhealth.com
BAYLOR UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
3500 Gaston Ave., Dallas, TX 75246
(214) 820-0111 Toll Free: (800) 422-9567
www.baylorhealth.com
THE HEART HOSPITAL BAYLOR PLANO
1100 Allied Dr., Plano, TX 75093
(469) 814-3278
www.baylorhealth.org
METROCREST HOSPITAL AUTHORITY FACILITIES
TRINITY MEDICAL CENTER
2001 N. Jefferson. Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 577-6000
www.titusregional.com
Tuition Assistance – Must be a full-time employee for 6
months to be eligible. At the end of each semester, a portion of their
scholastic fees will be reimbursed. (Amounts not available. Contact
hospital directly.)
Patient Care Nursing Assistant – A person may attend work as a Patient
Care Nursing Assistant while attending school.
Internship – GN internship available for graduates in certain hospital units
RHD MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER CAMPUS
7 Medical Pkwy., Dallas, TX 75234
(972) 247-1000
www.rhdmemorial.com
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TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES (THR) FACILITIES
All of the below listed Texas Health Resources’ entities offer the same tuition
assistance programs to its employees. Intern programs are specific to each facility.
Tuition Assistance – Offer tuition reimbursement for employees only.
Student must maintain a C average, and have been employed a minimum
of 6 months.
TEXAS HEALTH RESOURCES
612 E. Lamar Blvd., Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 462-7900 Metro: (817) 792-2600
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH ARLINGTON MEMORIAL
800 W. Randol Mill Rd., Arlington, TX 76012
(817) 549-6100
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL AZLE
108 Denver Trl., Azle, TX 76020
(817) 444-8600
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL CLEBURNE
201 Walls Dr., Cleburne, TX 76033
(817) 641-2551
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL FORT WORTH
1301 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 250-2000
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL HURST-EULESSBEDFORD
1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford, TX 76022
(817) 685-4000
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL SOUTHWEST
FORT WORTH
6100 Harris Pkwy., Fort Worth, TX 76132
(817) 433-5000
www.texashealth.org
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TEXAS HEALTH HARRIS METHODIST HOSPITAL ERATH COUNTY
411 N. Belknap, Stephenville, TX 76401
(254) 965-1500
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL ALLEN
1105 Central Expressway N., Suite 100, Allen, TX 75013
(972) 747-1000
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL DALLAS
8200 Walnut Hill Ln., Dallas, TX 75231
(214) 345-6789
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL KAUFMAN
850 Hwy. 243-W, Kaufman, TX 75142
(972)932_8200
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL PLANO
6200 W. Parker Rd., Plano, TX 75093
(972) 981-8000
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL WINNSBORO
719 W. Coke Rd., Winnsboro, TX 75494
(903) 342-5227
www.texashealth.org
TEXAS HEALTH SPECIALTY HOSPITAL
1301 Pennsylvania Ave., 4th Floor Main, Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 250-5500
www.texashealth.org
CENTENNIAL MEDICAL CENTER
12505 Lebanon Rd., Frisco, TX 75035
(972) 963-3333
www.contennialmedcenter.com
CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER DALLAS
1935 Medical District Dr., Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 456-7000
www.childrens.com
COOK CHILDREN’S HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
801 Seventh Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104
(682) 885-4000
www.cookchildren.org
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DALLAS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
1011 N. Galloway Ave., Mesquite, TX 75149
(214) 320-7000
www.dallasregionalmedicalcenter.com
DENTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
3535 S. I-35 E., Denton, TX 76210
(940) 384-3535
www.dentonregional.com
DOCTORS HOSPITAL
9440 Poppy Dr., Dallas, TX 75218
(214) 324-6100
www.doctorshospitaldallas.com
Tuition Assistants – Student must be a full time or part time employee.
The student must be in good standings and maintain a B average.
EAST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER ATHENS
2000 S. Palestine, Athens, TX 75751
(903) 676-1000
www.etmc.com
ENNIS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
2201 W. Lampasas St., Ennis, TX 75119
(972) 875-0900
www.ennisregional.com
GLEN ROSE MEDICAL CENTER
1021 Holden St., Glen Rose, TX 76043
(254) 897-2215
www.glenrosemedicalcenter.com
Nursing Scholarship Programs – Roger E. Marks Foundation, only for
graduating seniors.
HAMILTON GENERAL HOSPITAL
400 N. Brown St., Hamilton, TX 76531
(254) 386-1600
www.hamiltonhospital.com
Tuition Assistants – Student must be a full time employee, been
employed for more than 90 days. Each calendar year the student will be
awarded with $1,500 ($100 forgiveness).
Scholarships – Auxiliary Scholarship is for local High School Students.
HCA – NORTH TEXAS DIVISION
6565 N. MacArthur Blvd., Suite 350, Irving, TX 75038
(972) 401-8750
www.hcanorthtexas.com
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HOSPITAL PARTNERS OF AMERICA – DALLAS REGION
7 Medical Pkwy., Dallas, TX 75234
(972) 247-1000
www.hospitalpartners.com
HUGULEY MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER
11801 S. Freeway, Fort Worth, TX 76115
(817) 293-9110
www.huguley.org
Tuition Assistance – Full and part-time employees are eligible upon
completing a 90 day entry period and have a satisfactory work period.
Class course work must maintain or improve current skills and qualify
employee for a position reasonably achieved at Huguley. $5,000 maximum
annually for full-time employees; $2, 500 annually for part-time employees.
Must maintain an “A” or “B” average. There is no reimbursement
available for an average grade of “C” or below. Pass/Fail courses are
reimbursed at 100% if passes, 0% if failed.
Internship – Huguley has 12 Emergency, ICU and Med-Surg internships
depending on the availability and are always offered during the summer
following graduation.
Scholarships – Huguley donates funds to Tarrant County College and
Southwestern Adventist University for scholarships to be allocated as they
see fit.
INTEGRA HOSPITAL – PLANO
2301 Marsh Ln., Plano, TX 75093
(972) 428-1600
www.integahospitalplano.com
Tuition Assistance – Available for full-time employees following 6
months of employment. $5,000 annually and must be relevant degree plan
to professional role or hospital.
Internship programs available. Contact hospital directly for more details.
JPS HEALTH NETWORK
1500 S. Main St., Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 921-3431 Metro: (817) 429-5156
www.jpshealthnet.org
Tuition Assistants – Based on grades and non-nursing class’s. The
student must have been employed for no less than 6 months and be a full
time employee. With the grade of an A, student will receive 100%
reimbursement, with the grade of a C, student will receive 70%
reimbursement.
KINDRED HOSPITAL OF DALLAS
9525 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75243
(214) 355-2600
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www.khdallas.com
www.kindredhealthcare.com
Tuition Assistants – Student must be employed no less than 60 days, full
time and part time employees are granted $2,500 per calendar year. Tuition
assistants does not cover cost of books.
LAKE POINTE MEDICAL CENTER
6800 Scenic Dr., Rowlett, TX 75088
(972) 412-2273
www.lakepointemedical.com
LAS COLINAS MEDICAL CENTER
6800 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75039
(972) 969-2000
www.lascolinasmedicalcenter.com
Scholarship – Offers an ADN program through teleconference. Has 10
spots open each semester. Must have completed 6 months of employment
and their pre-requisites. 100% funded by Hospital Corporation of
America. Students have no up front cost.
MARY SHIELS
3515 Howell St., Dallas, TX 75204
((972) 713-3500
www.maryshiels.com
Tuition Assistants – Student must be a full time employee, with 1 year of
employment. The assistant’s is designed with cost related directly to the
student’s growth within the hospital. If the student quits within 6 months
after receiving assistants, then they must refund 50%. Per calendar year
$1,500 is awarded. The student must maintain a C average from an
accredited institution.
MEDICAL CENTER OF ARLINGTON
3301 Matlock Rd., Arlington, TX 76015
(817) 465-3241
www.medicalcenterarlington.com
MEDICAL CENTER OF LEWISVILLE
500 W. Main St., Lewisville, TX 75057
(972) 420-1000
www.lewisvillemedical.com
Tuition Assistance – Up to $5,000 annually. $10,000 maximum.
I have a question about their information with HCA
Nursing Programs –
1.
Onsite nursing program available for hospital employees in
affiliation with El Centro College (fully paid for by facility).
2.
Affiliation with UT Arlington for RN to BSN program (discounted
tuition of less than $5,000 annually. $10,000 maximum).
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3.
Graduate nurse internships provided in all areas.
4.
GVN internships for those agreeing to enter RN program (RN
tuition covered through tuition reimbursement).
MEDICAL CENTER OF MCKINNEY
4500 Medical Center Dr., McKinney, TX 75069
(972) 547-8000
www.medicalcenterofmeckinney.com
Tuition Assistance – The student must be a full time employee and have
been employed for 1 year. The student will receive a $1,000 per year and up
to $5,000 for 5 years. Part time employees will receive half ($500) per year,
up to $2,500.
MEDICAL CENTER OF PLANO
3901 W. 15th St., Plano, TX 75075
(972) 596-6800
www.medicalcenterofplano.com
Tuition Assistance (under revision) - $1,500 per semester toward tuition,
books, etc. $5,000 annually for full-time employees. $2,000 annually for
part-time employees. There is a waiting period of one year before
eligibility.
Internship – Internships are offered for graduate nurses yearly in January
and June. The areas of internship are based on staffing needs.
MEDICAL CITY DALLAS HOSPITAL
7777 Forest Ln., Dallas, TX 75230
(972) 566-7000
www.medicalcityhospital.com
Tuition Reimbursement – Available for full-time and part-time
employees that have been employed by MCDH for one year.
Internship – Available every January or June for graduating RN’s.
METHODIST HEALTH SYSTEM
441 n. Beckley Ave., Dallas, TX 75203
(214) 947-8181
www.methodisthealthsystem.org
Tuition Reimbursement – Methodist Health System encourages and
supports efforts by its employees to improve job skills and educate
themselves for advancement by providing financial assistance for
educational development. We have a competitive tuition reimbursement
policy for qualifying employees.
Educational Assistance Program – Nursing School Benefit. – To
qualify for this program, an employee must be full time, PRN or part-time
status, and enrolled or intending to enroll in an Approved Nursing
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Program.
Nursing Scholarship – Methodist Health System Foundation maintains
special endowment funds for nursing scholarships. These scholarships are
awarded to people working toward nursing degrees, including LVN,
A.D.N, BSN or master’s degree in nursing. Employees of Methodist
Health System receive special consideration. The scholarships are intended
to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and supplies. Anyone interested
can fill out an application by going to www.Methodisthealthsystem.org and
go to ‘giving opportunities’ to learn more about the foundation.
MHS-ECC Nursing Program - This program is a joint venture between
Methodist Health System and El Centro College. Methodist Health System
is considered a Distance Learning Site, however major control of the
Program is held by El Centro College. This program is reserved for MHS
employees, and only ten are accepted every semester. Immediate family
members of employees do qualify. Certain pre-requisites must be met
before being accepted into the program. All tuition, fees and textbooks
are paid by MHS.
METHODIST CHARLTON MEDICAL CENTER
3500 W. Wheatland Rd., Dallas, TX 75222
(214) 947-7777
www.methodisthealthsystem.org
METHODIST DALLAS MEDICAL CENTER
1441 N. Beckley Ave., Dallas, TX 75203
(214) 947-8181
www.methodisthealthsystem.org
METHODIST MANSFIELD MEDICAL CENTER
2700 E. Broad St., Mansfield, TX 76063
(682) 622-2000
www.methodisthealthsystem.org
NAVARRO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
3201 W. Hwy. 22, Corsicana, TX 75110
(903) 654-6800
www.navarrohospital.com
NORTH HILLS HOSPITAL
4401 Booth Contactoway Rd., North Richland Hills, TX 76180
(817) 255-1000
www.northhillshospital.com
Tuition Assistants – Students that are employed full time will receive
$5,250 per year, students that are part time will receive $2,625 per year. The
student must maintain a C average or higher. If the student makes below a
C, then no reimbursement will be given.
PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL
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400 SW 25th Ave., Mineral Wells, TX 76067
(940) 325-7891
www.ppgh.com
Clinical Assistance Scholarship Program – Program based upon patient
care needs and the financial position of the Hospital District. Upon
licensure, the health care professional must return to work for the Hospital
District. The Administrator/CEO determines the number of scholarships
granted each year. Applicant must be a resident of Palo Pinto County
Hospital District. Student must maintain an overall “B” GPA or a 3.0
cumulative. The hospital will fund up to $3,000 per year for registration,
tuition, books, supplies, fees, and other direct-related pre-approved course
expenses. If applicable, a childcare stipend of up to $200 per month may
be granted for children under the age of 12 for full-time students attending
the fall and spring semesters. A childcare stipend of $100 per month may
be granted for full-time students attending the summer semester. The
Hospital District will offer the professional a full-time position upon
attaining a licensure or certification.
Education Assistance (reimbursement) – Employees can apply for
educational assistance up to $2,500 annually with a $10,000 maximum
lifetime limit. All full-time, regular employees who have completed a
minimum of one year full-time employment are eligible. Expenses eligible
for reimbursement include: tuition, registration and required fees such as
building use and lab fees. Reimbursement under this policy is limited to
the grade received. See below table:
Grade
Received
A
B
P
C
Lower
than C
Amount
of
Reimbur
sement
100%
75%
75%
50%
0%
PARKLAND HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SYSTEM
5201 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 590-8000
www.parklandhospital.com
Tuition Assistance – Students that are full time employees will receive
$5,000 per year. The student must maintain a C average or higher. The
school must be an accredited institution. Tuition does not cover the cost of
books. The student must have been employed more than 6 months to
receive assistants. They must maintain a fully successful evaluation.
PLAZA MEDICAL CENTER OF FORT WORTH
900 Eighth Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76104
(817) 336-2100
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www.plazamedicalcenter.com
Tuition Assistance – The Learning Institute Program provides a rich
benefit to employees seeking educational advancement for the purpose of
improving their skills related to their current position and/or advancement
within the company. Full time employees receive $10,000 per calendar year,
part time receive $5,000 per calendar year and PRN staff receive $5,000 per
year.
Life Time Maximum – Full time employees may receive up to $20,000,
part time employees may receive up to $10,000, and PRN staff are eligible
to receive $10,000.
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF COMMERCE
2900 Sterling Hart Dr., Commerce, TX 75428
(903) 886-3161
www.hmhd.org
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF DENTON
3000 I-35 N., Denton, TX 76201
(940) 898-7000
www.dentonhospital.com
PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL OF GREENVILLE
4215 Joe Ramsey Blvd., Greenville, TX 75403
(903) 408-5000
www.hmhd.org
RICHARDSON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
401 W. Campbell Rd., Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 498-4000
www.richardsonregional.com
Tuition Assistants – Tuition assistants for all employees. There is no
specific GPA required. Nursing students must have completed 1 semester
of clinical rotation, and work part time externship.
TENET HEALTH SYSTEM – CENTRAL REGION
13737 Noel Rd., Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75240
(469) 893-2000
www.tenethealth.com
TEXAS SCOTTISH RITE HOSPITAL
2222 Welborn St., Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 559-5000
www.tsrhc.org
Tuition Assistants – Tuition assistants for all full time employees after 1
year of continuous employment. Offered assistant’s is for tuition and fees
of approved courses grade A-100%, B-75%, and C-50%. Maximum
allowance of up to $3,000 a year.
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TEXOMA MEDICAL CENTER
1000 Memorial Dr., Denison, TX 75020
(903) 416-4000
www.texomamedicalcenter.com
Tuition Assistance – Must be a full or part-time employee. Must have
completed 6 months of employment and completed reimbursement
application prior to registration. Must maintain a “C” average or better for
eligibility.
Assistance excludes books, registration fees, etc.
Reimbursement amounts in accordance with Texas state tuition rates per
calendar year.
TITUS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
2001 N. Jefferson, Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 577-6000
www.titusregional.com
Tuition Assistance – Full and part-time employees are eligible to receive
tuition assistance after successful completion of his or her trial period and
250 hours of service. The first scheduled day of the course must fall on or
after the employee’s eligibility date. Courses qualifying for reimbursement
must be completed in an accredited, recognized educational program.
Courses must be “career related”. The maximum tuition assistance per
employee will not exceed $800 per semester, or $1,600 per school year.
The overall lifetime amount allowed to any employee will not exceed
$6,400. Must maintain a “C” average or greater or “P” for pass.
TRINITY MOTHER FRANCES HEALTH SYSTEM
800 E. Dawson, Tyler, TX 75701
(903) 593-8441
www.tmfhs.org
UT SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
5909 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75390
(214) 645-5555
www.utsouthwestern.org
Tuition Assistants – Student must be a full time employee for at least 6
months. Assistants of up to $2,000 per year. Grade average of a C must be
maintained. The course or program must be in relation to students field of
work.
VA RESIDENCY PROGRAM (VALOR STUDENTS) 2009-2010
VA North Texas Health Care System
4500 S. Lancaster Rd.
Dallas, TX 75216
WILSON N. JONES MEDICAL CENTER
500 N. Highland Ave., Sherman, TX 75092
(903) 870-4611
www.wnj.org
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Tuition Assistance Program – Up to $6,000 per semester ($2,000 per
semester up to 3 semesters). Eligible following the completion of the first
semester of RN school. The pay back is an agreement to work for their
facility for 2 years. Following that, the grant is forgiven.
Tuition Assistance – Must maintain a “C” average or greater. Will
reimburse 90% for an “A”; 80% for a “B”; and 70% for a “C”. This is for
employees only. Must be employed for 90 days to be eligible. $750 max
per semester.
WEATHERFORD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
713 e. Anderson, Weatherford, TX 76086
(817) 341-2273
www.weatherfordregional.com
FEDERAL PROGRAMS
FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN PROGRAM
http://www.ed.gov/programs/fpl/index.html
FEDERAL SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANT
(FSEOG)
http://www.ed.gov/programs/fseog/index.html
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR DISADVANTAGED HEALTH PROFESSIONS
STUDENTS PROGRAMS (FADHPS)
http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/DSA/
http://www.federalgrantswire.com/scholarships-for-health-professionsstudents-from-disadvantaged-backgrounds.html
HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENT LOAN
http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/DSA/hpsl.htm
The Health Professions student loan is specific to the university of
attendance in addition to state and federal programs.
NURSING STUDENT LOAN
Contact local university.
PARENT LOAN (PLUS)
http://www.parentplusloan.com
PELL GRANT
http://www.ed.gov/programs/fpg/index.html
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ROBERT C. BYRD HONORS SCHOLARSHIP
http://www.ed.gov/programs/iduesbyrd/index.html
STAFFORD LOANS
http://studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALSWebApp/students/english/studentloa
ns.jsp?tab=funding
SUPPLEMENTAL LOANS FOR STUDENTS (SLS)
http://www.ed.gov/finaid/landing.jhtml
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS
http://www.gibill.va.gov/
STATE PROGRAMS
ACADEMIC COMMON MARKET (ACM)
http://www.collegefortexans.com/cfbin/tofa2.cfm?ID=47
Texas limits ACM participation to graduate level programs only.
LICENSE PLATE INSIGNIA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
http://em.tsu.edu/financialaid/scholarships/lincese.php
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR LVNS STUDYING TO BECOME RNS
http://www.campusrn.com/scholarships/scholarship_list.asp?browse=S
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR RURAL OR GRADUATE NURSING
STUDENTS
http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/rules/tac3.cfm?Chapter_ID=22&Subchapter=
F
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR RURAL OR VOCATIONAL NURSING
STUDENTS
http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/rules/tac3.cfm?Chapter_ID=22&Subchapter=
F
STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR ETHNIC MINORITIES IN
PROFESSIONAL OR VOCATIONAL NURSING
http://cbgm41.thecb.state.tx.us
STATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR ETHNIC RECRUITMENT
http://cbgm41.thecb.state.tx.us
TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATION BOARD LOAN
REPAYMENT PROGRAM FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSES
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http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/rules/tac3.cfm?Chapter_ID=21&SubChapter
=Z
TEXAS OUTSTANDING RURAL SCHOLAR RECOGNITION PROGRAM
http://www.orca.state.tx.us/index.php/Rural+Health/Grant+Fact+Sheets
/Outstanding+Rural+Scholar+Recognition+Program+(ORSRP)
TEXAS PUBLIC EDUCATION GRANT
Contact your local university.
TEXAS TUITION EXEMPTION PROGRAM
http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/facts/cd/Page20.htm
TUITION EQUALIZATION GRANT (TEG)
http://debtfree.elearners.com/how-to-pay-forschool/IncentivesByState.aspx?State=TX&incentive_type_id=7&incentive_i
d=532&incentive_category=1
http://www.icut.org/documents/TEG_Stretching_Minds_Stretching_Mone
y_1_26.pdf
http://www.gsfc.org/Main/publishing/pdf/2006/2006_gteg_regs.pdf
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OTHER PROGRAMS
MEDICAL ASSISTING
ABE AND ANNIE SEIBEL FOUNDATION (INTEREST FREE
EDUCATIONAL LOAN FUND)
http://www.uiw.edu/finaid/loanasst1.html
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANTS
ENDOWMENT (MAXINE WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP FUND)
http://www.aama-ntl.org/endowment/scholarship/app.aspx
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
(AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY NATIONAL PRESIDENT’S
SCHOLARSHIP
http://www.legion-aux.org/Scholarships/index.asp
MEDICAL RECORDS
AMERICAN MEDICAL RECORD ASSOCIATION (FOUNDATION OF
RECORD EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP)
http://www.ahima.org/search/results.asp?text=scholarships
AMERICAN HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIATION (GRACE WHITING MYERS – MALCOLM T.
MACEACHERN STUDENT LOAN FUND)
FOUNDATION OF RECORD EDUCATION OF AHIMA (LOANS AND
GRANTS)
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (EDUCATION
AND RESEARCH FUND – SKONIE UNDERGRADUATE
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SCHOLARSHIP)
UNITED CEREBAL PALSY ASSOCIATIONS OF New York STATE
(PHYSICAL THERAPY SCHOLARSHIP)
NURSING
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF NURSE ANESTHETISTS
(EDUCATION LOANS)
FOUNDATION OF THE NATIONAL NURSES ASSOCIATION
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
MATERNITY CENTER ASSOCIATION (HAZEL CORBIN
ASSISTANCE FUND-STIPEND AWARDS)
NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR LONG TERM HEALTH CARE
(REGISTERED NURSE EDUCATION AWARD)
NURSES’ EDUCATIONAL FUNDS
ONCOLOGY NURSING FOUNDATION (SCHOLARSHIPS)
AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION (DIETETIC TECHNICIAN)
AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION
(BACCALAUREATE OR COORDINATED PROGRAM)
AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION (KRAFT
GENERAL FOODS FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM)
REHABILITAION
AMERICAN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOUNDATION, INC
AMERICAN RESPIRATORY CARE FOUNDATION (STUDENT
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS)
AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE HEARING FOUNDATION
(YOUNG SCHOLARS AWARD FOR MINORITY STUDENTS)
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (NSDAR
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SCHOLARSHIPS)
INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING’S DAUGHTERS AND
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SONS (HEALTH CAREERS SCHOLARSHIPS)
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S FOUNDATION (NEW
YORK LIFE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN IN
HEALTH PROFESSIONS)
COSTEP (THE COMMISSIONED OFFICER STUDENT TRAINING
AND EXTERN PROGRAM)
INDIAN PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH – NATIONAL CENTER FOR
RESEARCH RESOURCES (MINORITY HIGH SCHOOL RESEARCH
APPRENTICE PROGRAM)
CHASE BANK (FRANKLIN LINDSEY STUDENT LOAN FUND)
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OTHER RESOURCES
American Association of Colleges of Nursing: Scholarships and
Financial Aid Resources for Nursing Students
http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Education/financialaid.htm
Official Guide to Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Programs
(Google Books)
http://books.google.com/books?id=La7ayp6GDgC&pg=PA25&lpg=PA25&dq=scholarship+and+grant+
guide+for+nursing+students&source=web&ots=fG_SChsrnc
&sig=yei5qvwb3wJJmbJ0WAgDmq3qbGo&hl=en&sa=X&oi
=book_result&resnum=2&ct=result
NursingSchools.com: The Nursing School Directory
http://www.nursingschools.com/financial-aid/
MEDI-SMART Nursing Education Resources
http://www.nursingschools.com/financial-aid/
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