Applying for the NURSE Corps Scholarship Program;

A total of 16 students from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing were among those chosen to receive these scholarships out of more than 700 applicants from over 2,600 schools. The NURSE Corps Scholarship application process is highly competitive, with less than 10 percent of the applicants receiving the scholarship.

For 2015, the NURSE Corps Scholarship Program isn’t even accepting applications yet.

Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing is ranked among the top 20 nursing programs in the country for students receiving NURSE Corps scholarships for their commitment to helping vulnerable populations receive access to primary care.

Nurse Corps Scholarship Program | allnurses

For 2015, the NURSE Corps Scholarship Program isn’t even accepting applications yet.

NURSE Corps Scholarship Program enables students accepted or enrolled in a diploma, associate, baccalaureate or graduate nursing programs, including RN to BSN, RN to MSN-NP, Direct Entry MSN-NP program to receive funding for tuition, fees and other educational costs in exchange for working at an eligible NURSE Corps site upon graduation.

The Nurse Corps Scholarship Program is offered by the U.S. Health Resources and Service Administration. Nursing students enrolled in associate, diploma, baccalaureate and graduate degree programs are eligible to apply. The purpose of this scholarship program is provide educational funding for students who agree to commit at least two years of work upon graduation from school at an approved Critical Shortage Facility. The scholarship funds pay for tuition fees, books and other costs associated with a nursing degree program. Although preference is given to students with the greatest financial needs, U.S. Citizens and individuals with lawful residence status may apply for the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program.How to apply to the NURSE Corps Scholarship program, which enables students, who are accepted or enrolled in diploma, associate, baccalaureate, or graduate nursing programs, to receive funding for tuition, a monthly stipend, books, clinical supplies, uniforms, fees, and other educational costs.