FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AT NC SCHOOLS OR HOSPITALS THAT OFFER NURSING & OTHER HEALTHCARE PROGRAMS
AND HOW YOU QUALIFY FOR ASSISTANCE

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ALAMANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

All applicants for admission are encouraged to inquire through the financial aid office about scholarship, grant, and loan possibilities. All requests for college administered financial aid require an application that should be made prior to registration. All recipients for financial aid must be in good academic standing and must maintain that standing to continue eligibility. For more information, contact the Financial Aid/Veterans Affairs Coordinator, Alamance Community College.

Nursing scholarship at Alamance:

ALAMANCE-CASWELL MEDICAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP - Residents of Alamance or Caswell counties who qualify on the basis of academic promise and performance may apply for this annual fund that assists Nursing students.


APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Financial aid at Appalachian State University includes general scholarships, loans, federal, and state grants. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office.


ASHEVILLE-BUNCOMBE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The financial aid program at Asheville-Buncombe is designed to assist those students who would not be able to attend without some form of assistance. Applying for financial aid early will ensure that the application is considered for the available grants-in-aid, loans, scholarships, and student employment. In general, aid is awarded based on need, academic potential, and future promise. Interested students must first apply to the college for admission and submit the appropriate financial aid forms. Additional information can be obtained from the Director of Financial Aid at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College.

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BARBER-SCOTIA COLLEGE

Barber-Scotia College participates in a variety of financial aid programs including federal and state grants, loans, and scholarships. To obtain more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Barber-Scotia College.


BARTON COLLEGE

The objective of the financial aid program at Barton College is to provide financial assistance to qualified students who would not otherwise be able to begin or continue their college education. Early application for financial aid is recommended. Aid comes from federal and state loans and grants, institutional resources, scholarships, and work-study programs. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office.


BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students seeking financial aid at Beaufort County Community College must contact the Financial Aid Office prior to fall semester registration. Applying early is recommended. Aid includes general scholarships, loans, federal grants, and state grants. Aid forms are available through the Student Financial Aid Office, Beaufort County Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Beaufort:

ALVIS SCHOLARSHIP

CHRIS MOFFITT SCHOLARSHIP

ROBERT PAGE SCHOLARSHIP

WALLACE-EAKES SCHOLARSHIP

WASHINGTON WOMEN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP


BELMONT ABBY COLLEGE

Financial aid at Belmont Abby College is available on a year-to-year basis and includes grants, workstudy, loans, and scholarships. Direct inquiries to Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid, Belmont Abby College.


BENNETT COLLEGE

Financial aid at Bennett College includes grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study. Full Presidential Scholarships, tuition and merit scholarships, and federal and state grants are available. For more information, contact the Director of Financial Aid, Bennett College.


BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Bladen Community College provides financial assistance through federal and state grants, loans, and scholarships. Students applying for financial aid must complete the FAFSA. Further information may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, Bladen Community College.


BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Blue Ridge Community College’s Office of Financial Aid assists students in making the appropriate application for aid based on financial need. The College offers general scholarships, loans, and federal and state grants. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Blue Ridge Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Blue Ridge:

Scholarships are made available through Pardee Hospital, Memorial Mission Hospital, and Park Ridge Hospital.


BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The office of Student Financial Services provides information on the variety and scope of financial assistance available to students who qualify for aid. Brunswick offers both federal and state grants and a number of general scholarships. Contact Sharon Wright, Director of Student Financial Services, Brunswick Community College.

Nursing Scholarship at Brunswick Community:

DOSHIER HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP

THE LADANE WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP

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CABARRUS COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES CABARRUS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Financial assistance is available for accepted or enrolled students who show evidence of need. The applicant should file for aid prior to the fall semester. Students are eligible for federal and state grants, Guaranteed Student Loans, and the Veteran’s Educational Assistance Program. Also available are general scholarships and the Student Nurse Loan Program through Cabarrus Memorial Hospital. For further information contact Joann Yerchason, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences.

Nursing Scholarships at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences:

LOUISE HARKEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

CONCORD ROTARY CLUB

FIVE OAKS NURSING CENTER

CONCORD JUNIOR CHARITY LEAGUE

CABARRUS COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY

ROYAL OAKS OPTIMIST CLUB


CALDWELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students seeking financial aid have an obligation to complete all required applications and needs assessment forms. Upon notification of financial aid awards, students must maintain satisfactory academic progress. Detailed information regarding financial aid procedures can be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, Caldwell Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Caldwell Community:

CCC NURSING FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

CALDWELL COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP- Aids students enrolled in nursing training who would otherwise be unable to attend school.

CALDWELL COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY STUDENT AID FUND - Provides scholarships in health-related programs of study.

CALDWELL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY, INC. NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

FUND - Aids deserving students enrolled in the Nursing program, with the first preference given to employees of Caldwell Memorial Hospital.


CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY OF PHARMACOLOGY

Scholarship aid is available to entering pharmacy students whose overall GPA is equal to or exceeds 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale). State resident students may qualify for additional financial assistance under the North Carolina Health Science and Math Loan Program. Other federal and state educational loans may be awarded based upon the student’s financial need as well as federal and state grants. Further information may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office, Campbell University.


CAPE FEAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Several types of financial aid programs designed to meet the needs and goals of the individual student are offered at Cape Fear Community College. Students with a demonstrated financial need may qualify for grants, scholarships, low-interest loans, and college work-study. Financial aid is granted on a yearly basis, and students must apply each academic year. Assistance is awarded on a priority basis to students who meet the date of March 15th of each year and who demonstrate the greatest need. Further information may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, Cape Fear Community College

Scholarships at Cape Fear:

THE EAK'S SCHOLARSHIP

THE HICKMAN SCHOLARSHIP

MINISTERING CIRCLE SCHOLARSHIP

HARPER-NEWBOLD SCHOLARSHIP

THE WALKER SCHOLARSHIP

WILMINGTON'S WOMAN'S CLUB SCHOLARSHIP


CAROLINAS COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES/CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER

Carolina College of Health Sciences offers a variety of financial aid packages which include grants, loans, workstudy, and in-house scholarships. To get more detailed information on the forms of financial aid offered at Carolinas contact the Office of Financial Aid.


CAROLINAS MEDICAL CENTER

Financial assistance is available for students at Carolinas Medical Center in the form of NC College Foundation Loans, NC Student Loans for Health, Science, and Mathematics, VA-approval loans, scholarships, and federal and state grants. Tuition is also reimbursed to all full-time employees enrolled in job-related courses. For further information contact the Department of Radiologic Technology or Medical Technology Program, Carolinas Medical Center.

Medical Technology Scholarship at CMC:

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP- A student can apply for this scholarship if he/she agrees to work one year at Carolinas Medical Center after completing medical technology school.


CARTERET COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The college participates in a variety of financial aid programs including the Veteran’s Educational Assistance program, Social Security and the Vocational Rehabilitation Program, loans, scholarships, and grants. All financial aid programs are designed to provide assistance to students of exceptional financial need who would otherwise be unable to attend college. For more specific aid information, contact the Financial Aid Office, Carteret Community College.

Health Careers Scholarship at Carteret:

JOANNA C. RUBIN MEMORIAL LOAN FUND - Loans are open to students in Allied Health programs:

Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care Technology, and Practical Nursing. Recipients must be attending on at least a halftime basis, must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, must demonstrate financial need by filing the appropriate financial statements required by the College, and must maintain satisfactory academic progress.


CATAWBA COLLEGE

Catawba College provides various forms of financial assistance to students. Applications for assistance should be made through the Office of Financial Assistance, Catawba College.


CATAWBA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Programs of financial aid available at Catawba Valley Community College include federal grants/loans, the NC Student Loan Program for Health, Science, and Mathematics, scholarships and grants from state and local organizations, and special programs, i.e., College Work-Study, Veterans Benefits, and Vocational Rehabilitation. Specifics of the financial aid available can be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Catawba Valley Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Catawba Valley:

NURSE SCHOLARS PROGRAM - For NC residents accepted in the Nursing program who are willing to contract to work in NC as Registered Nurses.

NURSE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP LOAN - For students enrolled in the Nursing program. To apply students must be NC residents and demonstrate financial need. These funds are repaid by contracting to work in NC as a Registered Nurse.

LOUISE YOUNT SCHOLARSHIP - Established in honor of Miss Yount, nursing instructor at CVCC who developed the college’s nursing program. Awarded annually to students in the Nursing program. Scholarship covers the cost of tuition and partial cost of textbooks and uniforms. Recipients must show academic promise and demonstrate financial need.

CVCC FOUNDATION, INC. - A non-profit corporation established by the college to assist students through scholarships. For more detailed information on available scholarships contact the CVCC Foundation Inc., 2550 Hwy. 70 Southeast, Hickory, NC 28602, 828-327-7000 Ext. 4288


CENTRAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial assistance may be awarded in the form of a grant, scholarship, loan, part-time employment, or a combination thereof. The assistance is generally awarded on the basis of need, determined by the amount the student’s family can afford to pay toward the educational costs. Awards are made on a first-come, first-served basis, with returning students given priority. Awards are given out until all available funds are exhausted. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office, Central Carolina Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Central Carolina:

CENTRAL CAROLINA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY - For books and tuition. Applicants should apply through the Nursing department.

ESTHER BURKE SCHOLARSHIP - Named for former instructor at Central Carolina. Application is made through the Nursing department.

LOLA SMITH HIGHT TAYLOR NURSING SCHOLARSHIP- CCCC FOUNDATION, INC. - A non-profit corporation established by the College to assist students through scholarships. For information on available scholarships contact the CCCC Foundation, Inc., 1105 Kelly Drive, Sanford, NC 27330, 919-718-7231


CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Central Piedmont Community College provides financial assistance through federal/state grants and loans and general scholarships. Students applying for financial aid with CPCC must complete the FAFSA. Further information may be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs, Central Piedmont Community College.


CHOWAN COLLEGE

Financial aid at Chowan College includes federal grants and loans and scholarships. For more detailed information, contact the Financial Aid Office, Chowan College.

Health Careers Scholarship at Chowan:

CHOWAN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS - Awarded annually, these scholarships can range from $5,250 to $8,000. All Scholarships are renewable for up to three years if the student maintains an overall GPA of 3.0 (B average).


CLEVELAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

To be eligible for grants, loans, or scholarships at Cleveland Community College, a student must first apply to the College for admission and be accepted. Financial need and academic standing are two of the criteria upon which aid decisions are generally based. The Office of Financial Aid can answer any questions students have regarding the awarding of monies. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Cleveland Community College.

Health Careers Scholarships at Cleveland:

WACHOVIA TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIPS - Awarded annually to two students enrolled full-time in the second year of technical curriculum (Radiologic Technology). Award is based on need and scholastic promise.


COASTAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

In applying for financial aid at Coastal Carolina, students must follow the admissions requirements for specific areas of interest:

Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technician, and Surgical Technology. Students in these areas must successfully pass the Comparative Guidance and Placement Test (CGP) in order to qualify for financial assistance. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Coastal Carolina Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Coastal Carolina:

NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP

NURSE SCHOLARS PROGRAM


COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE

College of the Albemarle participates in programs designed to supplement the family contribution when documented student financial need exists. Awards are granted in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, and tuition assistance. For more detailed information contact the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, College of the Albemarle.

Nursing Scholarships at COA:

EDNA FENSTAMACHER NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

BONNIE S. HAWKINS SCHOLARSHIP

DR. ZACK D. & MARTHA ANDERSON OWENS NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

REGINA PEAL SCHOLARSHIP

FUND CARRIE ROEBUCK NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

DR. E.G. BOND NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

HOLT MUIR NURSING SCHOLARSHIP


CRAVEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Craven provides two types of financial aid ­ gift-aid in the form of grants and scholarships and self-help aid that consists of loans and part-time employment. The specifics of all aid programs awarded are discussed at the time the student signs the award letter. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Craven Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Craven:

ANN ROBINSON DUNN NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded annually to an Associate Degree Nursing student with financial need and GPA of 3.0. Amount of scholarship varies according to student need and available funding.

CRAVEN, PAMLICO, HONES MEDICAL - AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP - Associate Degree Nursing student with a minimum 3.0 GPA and financial need can apply.

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DAVIDSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Davidson County Community College awards financial aid to deserving students who have applied to the College and been accepted for admittance. The College provides aid in the form of federal/state grants, loans, and workstudy programs. Davidson County Community College also acts as a referral agent for the Individual Referral Scholarship program. Students interested should contact the Davidson County Employment Training (DCET) at 845 East Center Street, Lexington, NC 27292 or the Office of Financial Aid, Davidson County Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Davidson County Community College:

LANDA SUE MARKHAM MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

EVERETT A. SICELOFF MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

EXCELLENCE IN NURSING AWARD FEDERAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS


DUKE UNIVERSITY

Duke University can assist students wishing to pursue a course of study in the area of allied health with various financial resources. Eligibility is based upon acceptance into the University and the student’s own financial resources. Applicants should request forms and information at the earliest possible date to allow for processing and interviewing. Contact the Duke University Office of Undergraduate Financial Aid.

Health Careers Scholarships at Duke:

PHARMACY RESIDENCY SCHOLARSHIP

DUKE EMPLOYEE TUITION FINANCIAL AID FOR DISADVANTAGED HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS


DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING

Duke University offers several scholarships primarily based on financial need. These scholarships are provided to the University through personal endowments and corporations. For freshmen, many awards are renewable for four years if a 2.8 or higher GPA is maintained. Upper-class students must maintain a 3.0 average or higher or be subject to cancellation of the scholarship. Contact the Duke University Office of Undergraduate Financial Aid, Duke University.

Scholarships at Duke’s School of Nursing:

MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS

NEED-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS

GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS PROGRAM

TRAINEESHIP GRANTS MARIA JORDAN SCHOLARSHIP

FUND KEHAYA NURSES SCHOLARSHIP

SCHOOL OF NURSING LOYALTY SCHOLARSHIP

TEAGUE NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

THOMPKINS SCHOLARSHIP

WHITEHEAD ROUND SCHOLARSHIP

WILSON SCHOLARSHIP

LAUREL CHADWICK GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

KNEEDLER SCHOLARSHIP

KERBS SCHOLARSHIP

ENDOWMENT FUND STONE SCHOLARSHIP

ENDOWMENT FUND TURNER SCHOLARSHIP

ENDOWMENT FUND ALLEN FAMILY NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

HINSHAW GARDINER SCHOLARSHIP

HEARST NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

ANNA HOYNS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

SCHOOL OF NURSING'S DUKE MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTY WIVES SCHOLARSHIP


DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial aid at Durham Technical Community College is awarded based on the need of the student and primarily through Pell Grants. Any students who receive financial aid must maintain satisfactory progress in their course studies. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

Nursing Scholarships from DTCC:

NURSE SCHOLARS PROGRAM

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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

East Carolina University makes every effort to assist students in the continuation of their education by providing financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, long and short-term loans, and part-time employment. The University offers assistance to students based on need and, in some cases, on academic merit. Detailed information pertaining to the application process, types of aid available, and academic requirements can be obtained from the East Carolina University Student Financial Aid Office. Students should contact appropriate deans and department chairpersons in Nursing, Clinical Laboratory Science, and Occupational and Physical Therapy concerning scholarships available in their respective disciplines. East Carolina University, University Student Financial Aid Office.


EDGECOMBE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Awards for campus-based programs are made on the basis of need as determined by the submission of an institutional application and the Student Aid Report for the Pell Grant. The ETC Scholarship Committee selects recipients according to financial need or academic standing and character. Applications and detailed information about specific programs of financial aid are available from the Financial Aid Office, Division of Student Affairs, Edgecombe Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Edgecombe:

NASH GENERAL HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP LOAN/GRANT - Nash General Hospital makes available to selected Nursing students grants/scholarships. Contact must be made with Ms. Georgia K. Lewis, RN, Nash General Hospital, Rocky Mount, NC

MARTIN COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP - A scholarship loan fund for prospective NC Nursing student. Funds are for tuition and books for each quarter of schooling required to become eligible for the State Board of Nurses Examination. Contact must be made with the Director of Nursing Office.

NC NURSING ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP DISTRICT 20 - Must be full-time, second-year student in Nursing with demonstrated leadership ability during first year of nursing education. Applicants are required to write an essay, "What I Have To Offer Nursing That Is Unique."

PILOT CLUB OF TARBORO - Awards scholarship to second-year nursing student with financial need. Recipient should be Edgecombe County citizen.


ELIZABETH CITY STATE UNIVERSITY

Elizabeth City State University offers various forms of financial aid including state and federal grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study. Applications for aid can be obtained from the Office of Student Financial Aid at ECSU.


ELON COLLEGE

Elon College makes every effort to provide qualified students with financial assistance to meet college expenses, depending upon the funding available each year from grants, scholarships, loans, and employment. Students wishing to be considered for financial aid must submit the appropriate applications to the Office of Financial Aid, Elon College.

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FAYETTEVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Any student wishing to be considered for financial aid at Fayetteville Technical Community College must submit an application to the American College Testing Center. Students must be citizens of the United States, be enrolled in a program of study for at least six months on a full-time or part-time basis, and maintain satisfactory academic progress. Requests for financial aid should be made when applying for admission to the institute. Any questions concerning aid should be directed to the Financial Aid Director, Fayetteville Technical Community College.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Fayetteville Community College:

FEDERAL FUNDS FOR NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS - Specifically for Associate Degree Nursing students. Detailed information is available from Financial Aid Director.

RADIOLOGIC TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP - For students pursuing the Associate Degree in Radiologic Technology. Detailed information is available from the Financial Aid Director.


FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY

All full-time and half-time students who meet the requirements of the University are eligible for a variety of state and federal aid programs. For more information, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid, Fayetteville State University.


FORSYTH TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Scholarships, grants, and loans are made to students in need of assistance. Information and applications are available through the Office of Student Financial Services, Forsyth Technical Community College.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Forsyth Tech:

MEDICAL ALLIANCE OF THE PIEDMONT ALLIED HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded annually to secondyear students entering Allied Health Programs other than Nursing.

MEDICAL ALLIANCE OF THE PIEDMONT - Awards entering Associate Degree Nursing students with scholarships.

RUFUS DALTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Needbased scholarships awarded annually to students in or entering Associate Degree Nursing or Licensed Practical Nursing Program.

JANE GAITHER MURRY SCHOLARSHIP - Annually awarded to a deserving student entering the Associate Degree Nursing curriculum.

THE PILOT CLUB SCHOLARSHIP - Need-based scholarship awarded annually to females entering an Associate Degree Nursing program.

MR. & MRS. HENRY F. SNYDER SCHOLARSHIP - A need-based scholarship awarded annually, with priority given to male students entering Associate Degree Nursing, Licensed Practical Nursing, or other Allied Health Programs.

AMERICAN LEGION 40 AND 8 SCHOLARSHIP - Need- based scholarships awarded annually to students entering the Associate Degree Nursing program.

AMERICAN LEGION LADIES SCHOLARSHIP - Scholarships awarded annually on a need basis to females entering the Associate Degree Nursing program.

MARY B. LAUERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded annually to one full-time student with the highest cumulative grade point average upon entering the second year of Associate Degree Nursing program.

LYNNE BREEDLOVE O'ROURKE MEMORIAL - Annually awarded to an outstanding student entering the second year of Radiologic Technology.


FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY

All full-time and half-time students who meet the requirements of the University are eligible for a variety of state and federal aid programs. For more information, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid, Fayetteville State University.


FORSYTH TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Scholarships, grants, and loans are made to students in need of assistance. Information and applications are available through the Office of Student Financial Services, Forsyth Technical Community College.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Forsyth Tech:

MEDICAL ALLIANCE OF THE PIEDMONT ALLIED HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded annually to secondyear students entering Allied Health Programs other than Nursing.

MEDICAL ALLIANCE OF THE PIEDMONT - Awards entering Associate Degree Nursing students with scholarships.

RUFUS DALTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Needbased scholarships awarded annually to students in or entering Associate Degree Nursing or Licensed Practical Nursing Program.

JANE GAITHER MURRY SCHOLARSHIP - Annually awarded to a deserving student entering the Associate Degree Nursing curriculum.

THE PILOT CLUB SCHOLARSHIP - Need-based scholarship awarded annually to females entering an Associate Degree Nursing program.

MR. & MRS. HENRY F. SNYDER SCHOLARSHIP - A need-based scholarship awarded annually, with priority given to male students entering Associate Degree Nursing, Licensed Practical Nursing, or other Allied Health Programs.

AMERICAN LEGION 40 AND 8 SCHOLARSHIP - Need- based scholarships awarded annually to students entering the Associate Degree Nursing program.

AMERICAN LEGION LADIES SCHOLARSHIP - Scholarships awarded annually on a need basis to females entering the Associate Degree Nursing program.

MARY B. LAUERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded annually to one full-time student with the highest cumulative grade point average upon entering the second year of Associate Degree Nursing program.

LYNNE BREEDLOVE O'ROURKE MEMORIAL - Annually awarded to an outstanding student entering the second year of Radiologic Technology.

FORSYTH MEDICAL CENTER AUXILIARY VOLUNTEER SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to second-year student holding a grade point average of at least 2.0, with six credit hours or more in Health Technologies.

ALLEN & PARALEE JAMES SCHOLARSHIP - Scholarships awarded annually to students entering their second year of the Certified Nursing 2 program. Priority is given to employees of The Homestead and their family members.

DON ANGEL NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS - Awarded annually to students in the Associate Degree Nursing program or the Licensed Practical Nursing program. Priority is given to employees of Angel Care Incorporated and their family members.

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GARDNER-WEBB COLLEGE

Gardner-Webb College attempts to help meet the financial need of qualified deserving students in various forms of financial aid including loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study programs. Announcements of academic scholarships and other awards are generally made between February 15th and May 1st of each year. All correspondence concerning applications for financial aid should be addressed to the Financial Aid Office, Gardner-Webb College.


GASTON COLLEGE

Gaston College awards financial aid consisting of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment to students in need of assistance. The aid is available for an entire academic year or for part of the year. Students are required to complete an application for admission and the appropriate financial aid forms. Inquiries and correspondence should be addressed to the Financial Aid Office, Gaston College Myers Center.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Gaston College:

THE MOTHER BERNICE WILSON ENDOWED NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to nursing students, with recipient selection based on need and community service.

EVELYN RANKIN STOWE ENDOWED NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Open to Gaston College students seeking an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. Selection based on career interest, academic achievement, and community involvement.

THE A. LEONEL BRUNNEMER NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Annually awarded to nursing students.

THE EMERALD CARE HOME HEALTH NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Established by the Gaston County Home Health Agency to enhance area health care by assisting Gaston College students pursuing nursing degrees. Selection based on combination of academic achievement and need.

VIRGINIA BRANDON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to students in trade, industrial, technical, business, and nursing programs. Recipients are selected based on a combination of academic achievement and need.


GASTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Scholarships are available to every student in the Radiologic Technology Program for the last 21 months of the program. After a three-month probationary period, each student is evaluated and the scholarship is awarded if satisfactory grade averages are achieved and maintained. Scholarship funds are available to qualified students. For more information contact Gaston Memorial Hospital, Department of Educational Services, Radiologic Technology Program.


GREENSBORO COLLEGE

Greensboro College encourages academic excellence in students and rewards outstanding achievers with academic scholarships. Information on the variety and scope of these academic scholarships can be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, Greensboro College.


GUILFORD COLLEGE

Guilford College attempts to help meet the financial needs of qualified students through state and federal grant/loan programs as well as community and Guilford College scholarships. Aid is awarded based on need or exceptional academic or other merit achievement. For further information contact the Director of Student Financial Assistance and Planning, Guilford College.


GUILFORD TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Guilford Technical Community College offers financial assistance to qualified students through gift-aid (scholarships and grants), and through self-help (college work-study and loans). Applications for scholarships and information regarding specific details on the financial aid process can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Guilford Tech:

WILLIAM & JUANITA VENABLE SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to nursing majors with a GPA of at least 2.5, is need-based and recipient must be a North Carolina resident.

COLLEGE PLACE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to nursing majors, and is based on financial need.

BRENTWOOD PRESBYTERIAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to student pursuing a Nursing major, and is based on financial need with first preference given to residents of the City of High Point, NC.

GUILFORD MEDICAL & DENTAL MANAGERS SCHOLARSHIPS - Awarded to students in the programs of Medical Assisting, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, and Office Systems Technologies. Must be Guilford County resident, have a 2.5 GPA or higher, and be in a secondyear program.

KAREN LYNN CANADA ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to second-year Emergency Medical Science (EMS) majors.

PHILLIP C. WRAY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to second-year Emergency Medical Science (EMS) student, must be enrolled at least half-time.

DR. JAMES B. HOWELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to second-year Dental Hygiene majors and second-quarter Dental Assisting majors with Guilford County residency.


HALIFAX COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial Aid in the form of state and federal grants. Loans are available at Halifax Community College as well as scholarships from many individuals, businesses, and civic organization in the Roanoke Valley area. Scholarship amounts range from $100 to full payment of tuition, fees, and books. To obtain more information on aid contact the Office of Associate Dean of Students, Halifax Community College.

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HAYWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial aid at Haywood Community College is awarded on the basis of need in three basic forms: gift-assistance, work, and loans. Most local scholarships require students to be residents of North Carolina. Students must be in good academic standing and complete a financial statement prior to April 1st in order to be given full consideration for the following academic year. More detailed information can be obtained from the Financial Aid Director, Haywood Community College.


HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY

High Point University provides various forms of financial aid to students including loans including loans, grants, and work-study. Applications for aid should be made through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid Department, High Point University.

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ISOTHERMAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Isothermal provides federal, state, and local financial aid programs for students determined by the American College Testing Service to be in need. Recipients must maintain satisfactory progress in their course study for eligibility. The Director of Financial Aid is available to discuss the applications process with students and give more detailed information. Contact the Director of Financial Aid, Student Services, Isothermal Community College.

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JAMES SPRUNT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

All students who apply for financial aid will be informed of the college’s decision once they have submitted all necessary information required by James Sprunt Community College. For more detailed information contact the Office of the Dean of Administrative Services, James Sprunt Community College.


JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The College attempts to help meet the financial needs of qualified, deserving students. The aid received can be utilized for tuition, fees, books, room and board, travel, and personal expenses necessary to maintain the student in good standing with the school. Students who need assistance should contact the Office of Financial Aid, Johnston Community College.

Nursing & Health Careers Scholarships at Johnston:

BETSY JOHNSTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP

DISTRICT #3 NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

JOHNSTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS SCHOLARSHIP

JOHNSTON COUNTY FORTY & EIGHT SOCIETY OF NURSES TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP

SAMPSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP

WAYNE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP

WAKE MEDICAL CENTER SCHOLARSHIP/LOAN

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LENOIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Deserving and qualified students will find a number of financial options available to them at Lenoir Community College including loans, grants, scholarships, and employment programs. For detailed information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Lenoir Community College.


LENOIR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

The Radiologic Technology Program at Lenoir Memorial Hospital is a hospital-based program. The School does not give scholarships to students but does accept scholarships for students from other sources. Additional information can be obtained from Lenoir Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology.


LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE

Lenoir-Rhyne College provides flexibility and comprehensive coverage in its student financial aid program. Because of endowed funds and current gifts to the college, tuition is less than the cost of a student’s education. Each student receives a scholarship but also is responsible for the remaining balance of fees through a combination of loans and grants. Each student also is responsible for completing the Lenoir-Rhyne Financial Aid application, and the Financial Aid Form, which should be mailed promptly after January 1 and prior to March 15th to the College Scholarship Service. Inquiries about the financial aid package should be addressed to the Financial Aid Office, Lenoir-Rhyne College.

Nursing and Health Career Scholarships at Lenoir-Rhyne:

BRIAN/BEAVER HEALTH CARE SCHOLARSHIP

DENISE GAIL POWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

DR. GEORGE W. & SUE H FARRIS SCHOLARSHIP

EVERETT J. & PAULINE F. SOX ENDOWMENT GROVER R. & RACHEL SPENCER HERMAN SCHOLARSHIP

LETTIE PATE WHITEHEAD FOUNDATION BRONNENBERG NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

FUND PETTY BAUCOM CALLANAN NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

LENOIR-RHYNE COLLEGE RACHEL MAE SUGGS CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP

SARAH ELIZABETH WALKER SCHOLARSHIP

DR. FRANCES FARTHING NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

JAMES M JOHNSTON TRUST NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

MARY & HELEN BELL SCHOLARSHIP

FUND TROUTMAN-DURMER SCHOLARSHIP

FUND VIEWMONT OPTIMIST CLUB/BETH BREWER GREGG NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

WILLIAM E. "JACK" BASS, SR., ENDOWMENT FUND


LOUISBURG COLLEGE

Louisburg College offers a variety of financial aid programs to students. Applications for aid must be received by May 1st and should be addressed to the Office of Financial Aid, Louisburg College.

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MARS HILL COLLEGE

Financial aid at Mars Hill College is available on a yearto- year basis and includes grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships. Direct inquiries to the Director of Financial Aid, Mars Hill College.


MARTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial aid for students at Martin Community College includes federal and state grants. Students seeking financial aid should contact the Financial Aid Office, Martin Community College.


MAYLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students wishing to receive financial assistance from Mayland Community College must apply to the Office of Financial Aid for information on the types of financial resources available and eligibility requirements. Call or write the Office of Financial Aid, Mayland Community College.


McDOWELL TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

McDowell Technical Community College provides eligible students with contributions toward educational costs. The package may consist of a combination of grants from federal or state agencies, as well as scholarships and loans. More detailed information is available from the Student Financial Aid Director, McDowell Technical Community College.


MERCY SCHOOL OF NURSING

The financial aid program at Mercy School of Nursing is designed to assist qualified students who demonstrate evidence of financial need. Application may be made after the student has been accepted for enrollment. The student is responsible for sending the completed FAFSA to the College Scholarship Service and for having a copy of the report sent to the School of Nursing. The school participates in the Stafford Loan Program and limited private sources of aid are also available, usually with specific criteria and application forms. The Mercy Hospitals Educational Loan Program (H.E.L.P.) is designed for students who are willing to commit to employment at Mercy after graduation. Students wanting to apply for the loan need to complete an application for either the Mercy School of Nursing or another nursing program, be interviewed by the selection committee, and sign an employment contract with Mercy Hospitals. For more information on financial aid, contact the Mercy School of Nursing.


MEREDITH COLLEGE

Meredith College offers various forms of financial aid including grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study. Applications for aid can be obtained from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Assistance, Meredith College.


MILLER-MOTTE TECHNICAL COLLEGE

Students applying for financial aid at Miller-Motte must first complete FAFSA and FSA applications. An appointment is arranged at which time the student is informed of the types and amounts of aid for which he/she qualifies. Forms of aid include state and federal grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships. For more detailed information contact the Director of Financial Aid, Miller-Motte Technical College.


MITCHELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Mitchell Community College provides qualified students with a variety of financial aid options. To be considered for aid, students must obtain and complete an ACT Family Financial Statement Form and designate that the information be sent to Mitchell. Forms should be mailed at least 2-3 months prior to enrollment. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office.

Nursing Scholarships at Mitchell:

HOLBROOK NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - From the Davis Hospital Foundation, this scholarship is awarded annually based on performance and need of applicant with selection made by the College’s Scholarship Committee.

ELIZABETH HILL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to promising students or applicants, based on selection by the College’s Scholarship Committee.

MITTIE HUSKINS CALDWELL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP FUND - Scholarship committee selects a promising student or applicant in the Associate Degree Nursing Program.


MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial Aid at Montgomery Community College features an aid package consisting of grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships. The Financial Aid Officer is available on campus to discuss with students the specifics of applying for aid and the types of aid available. For more information contact the Financial Aid Officer, Montgomery Community College.

Nursing and Health Careers Scholarships at Montgomery:

HIGHSMITH ALLIED HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP - To receive this scholarship a student must be enrolled in an Allied Health Program, attend as a full-time student, and be a North Carolina resident. MONTGOMERY COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION - Recipients must be North Carolina residents, enrolled at least on a half-time basis with a GPA at or above the level required for graduation. Priority is given to students ineligible for the Pell Grant with second priority to contiguous county residents.


MOSES H. CONE HEALTH SYSTEM

Available financial aid for students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology or Medical Technology Program include federal and state grants, VA loans, and Guaranteed Student Loans. Applicants who qualify and/or are seeking academic financial assistance may make application to the respective agencies upon notification of acceptance in either program. Forms are available in the school office. Contact the Radiologic Technology Program, Moses H. Cone Health System.

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NASH COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Nash Community College works to ensure each student deserving of financial aid will obtain some form of financial assistance. It is the student’s primary responsibility to secure and return to the Financial Aid Office a Nash Technical College Financial Aid application and to apply for a Pell Grant by completing and mailing a current application for Federal Student Aid. The Financial Aid Officer is available to discuss with students details of their awards. Contact the Financial Aid Officer, Nash Community College.

Nursing Scholarship at Nash:

ABBOTT LABORATORIES SCHOLARSHIPS - Established to promote entry into vocational and technical fields. Recipients must be enrolled full-time in one of the following: Industrial Pharmaceutical, Associate Degree Nursing, Information System Technologies, Electrical/Electronics Technologies, or Electronics Engineering.

EVELYN H. BENNETT NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded to an outstanding second-year nursing student from Nash or surrounding counties.

WINNIE EDWARDS BROWN NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Given to a second-year student pursuing an Associate in Nursing Degree.

MYRTLE O. CASH SCHOLARSHIP - Tuition is given to a first- or second-year nursing student based on financial need and scholastic promise.

ANNIE LOUISE GAYNOR MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Available to an outstanding nursing student selected by the College.


NORTH CAROLINA A&T UNIVERSITY

The University makes every effort to provide qualified students with financial assistance to meet their undergraduate expenses, dependent upon the funding available from four basic sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and employment.

Any student who wishes to be considered for financial aid must submit the appropriate applications to the College Scholarship Service, the American College Testing Service, and the Student Aid Report. First-year students should apply for financial aid at the same time they apply for admission to the University. Contact can be made with the Office of Student Financial Aid, NC A&T State University.


NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY

NC Central University offers a number of scholarships in the Bachelor of Science Nursing program. Other sources of available financial aid include grants, loans, and workstudy. Information regarding application for any financial aid must be made through the Director of Financial Aid, NC Central University.


NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

An aid package consisting of a combination of financial resources including scholarships, grants, loans, and workstudy is made available to eligible students of NC State University. Students seeking financial assistance must first apply for the Pell Grant by March 1st in order to qualify for funds for the following fall semester. Detailed information regarding the complete financial aid process is available at the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

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PAMLICO COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students seeking financial aid from Pamlico must first submit a FAFSA to determine financial need. Students with demonstrated financial need may qualify for grants, scholarships, and work-study. Application forms and additional information may be obtained by contacting the Financial Aid Office, Pamlico Community College.


PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

To receive financial aid at Piedmont Community College, a student must complete an application to the college and the appropriate financial aid forms. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office, Building A, Piedmont Community College.


PITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The Financial Aid Office at Pitt Community College can provide interested students with information on how to apply for loans, scholarships, grants, and work-study. Students are encouraged to obtain information from their respective high school guidance counselors on local businesses, organizations, and foundations that award scholarships. For further information on the financial aid process, contact the Office of Financial Aid, Pitt Community College.


PRESBYTERIAN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

Students enrolled in Presbyterians Healthcare System healthcare study programs are eligible for financial assistance in the form of scholarships and loans. Detailed financial aid information can be obtained from the Program Director, Presbyterian Healthcare System.


PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING

Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing’s financial aid program is designed to assist students who cannot meet the entire cost of their education. The aid awards are given in the form of grants, scholarships, or loans. All financial obligations to the School must be met by the end of each term in order to be considered for academic advancement or financial assistance. For more information contact Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing, Office of Admissions.

Nursing Scholarships at Presbyterian:

SALLY CARSON DOWD SCHOLARSHIP - A high academic achiever scholarship based on a combined score of 1000 or above on the SAT, rank in the upper third of the high school graduating class, and completion of college preparatory courses with electives in the physical and social sciences.

T.M. BARNHARDT, SR. SCHOLARSHIP - An annual scholarship for a first-year student that will help to pay tuition, fees, and books.

ROBERT A. MOORE PEDIATRIC SCHOLARSHIP - Generally awarded to a senior nursing student with an interest in Pediatric Nursing.

AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIPS - Awarded for outstanding service and commitment.

TRIMBLE SCHOLARSHIP - This scholarship was established in December 1971 by Frederick M. and Eliza C. Trimble.

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QUEENS COLLEGE

Acceptance to Queens College first is a requisite if students wish to apply for any financial aid. Students must also complete and submit two application forms: the Queens College Application for Financial Aid to be sent to the College’s Financial Aid Office and the Financial Aid Form, which is submitted to the College Scholarship Service in Princeton, New Jersey. (List Queens College code #5560 as the institution to receive the report.) More detailed information can be obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, Queens College.

Nursing Scholarships at Queens:

JAMES D. VAIL III & MARGARET C. VAIL FELLOWSHIPS - Awarded to adult students based on past academic achievement, scholarly promise, personal achievement, character, and leadership potential. It is available to BSN and MNA candidates. Application is made by submitting a statement. For more information, call the Admissions Office at Queens.

CAROLINE M. JONES SCHOLARSHIP - Awarded based on merit to a senior nursing major who has completed 12 credit hours in the MSN program.

MAURICE B. LANDERS SCHOLARSHIP - A need-based scholarship awarded to adult students accepted into the undergraduate nursing major or graduate nursing program.

NEED-BASED NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS - Awards based on financial need. Students must submit a FAF to determine eligibility.

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RALEIGH SCHOOL OF NURSE ANESTHESIA

Financial aid to attend Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia is granted through UNC-Greensboro’s BSN program. Contact: Dr. Ilene Kohlenerg, UNC-Greensboro School of Nursing, 336-334-5016, for information detailing the specifics of the assistance available.


RANDOLPH COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Admission to Randolph Community College does not guarantee automatic financial aid. Students must apply for financial resources at the college six-to-eight weeks prior to enrollment. Resources are only available to students with proven financial need. More detailed information can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office, Randolph Community College.


RICHMOND COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Numerous types of financial aid are available to students who have been accepted to Richmond Community College. Awards of aid are given in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships. A financial aid application must be submitted to the College’s Financial Aid Officer, and decisions are made by the Financial Aid Committee. To obtain more information on financial aid, contact the Office of Financial Aid, Richmond Community College.


ROANOKE-CHOWAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial aid is available to qualified students in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment. Students enrolled with six or more credit hours will receive the majority of the financial assistance available. Recipients must maintain satisfactory academic progress. All forms, guidelines, and regulations pertaining to the financial process at Roanoke-Chowan Community College are available in the Financial Aid Office, located in the Student Development Services Department. Any requests for financial aid should be made no later than 6-10 weeks prior to the date of expected enrollment. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office, C/O Student Development Services Department.


ROBESON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students enrolled at Robeson Community College are expected to contribute as much as possible toward their education. The College will try to supplement the difference with a combination of loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study positions as well as parttime employment. Application forms and additional information may be obtained by writing, calling, or visiting the Financial Aid Office, Robeson Community College.


ROCKINGHAM COMMUNITY COLLEGE

A variety of financial resources are available to deserving students at Rockingham Community College. The College provides federal and state grants, work-study, and a number of scholarships given to the College by businesses, groups, and individuals. For more detailed information on the scope of these financial resources, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid, Rockingham Community College.


ROWAN-CABARRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The Financial Aid Office at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College will work to custom-design a financial aid package for students in need of assistance. The package consists of loans, grants, scholarships, and, in some cases, work-study or part-time employment. Applications for financial aid are accepted throughout the year. Assistance will be given as long as funds are available. For more information contact the Financial Aid Officer, Rowan- Cabarrus Community College.

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SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE

Saint Augustine’s provides deserving students with financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships. Applications for financial aid must be made by March 15th to the Office of Financial Aid, Saint Augustine’s College.


SALEM COLLEGE

Financial aid is available for qualified students in the form of loans, grants, and scholarships. Applications and inquiries should be addressed to the Director of Financial Aid, Salem College.


SAMPSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Sampson Community College provides various forms of financial aid to students. Application for financial aid must be made through the Financial Aid Office, Sampson Community College.


SANDHILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

In an effort to ensure that no potential student be denied an education because of financial need, Sandhills Community College offers qualified students a variety of financial resources. An application for admission to the College and a financial aid form must be completed in order to be considered. A variety of scholarships from local groups and businesses are often available to eligible students. Specific information on the nature of these scholarships can be obtained from the Dean of Students Office and the Financial Aid Office. Direct aid inquiries to the Financial Aid Director, Sandhills Community College.


SHAW UNIVERSITY

Financial aid at Shaw consists of grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study. Students must first apply for admission to the University and submit a FAFSA by May 1st to determine aid eligibility. For more information about financial aid contact the Office of Financial Aid, Shaw University.


SOUTH PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

South Piedmont Community College has a variety of financial aid resources. The College provides federal and state grants, work-study, and scholarships. Students are eligible to apply once they have completed and submitted a FAFSA to establish financial need. For more information about financial aid contact the Office of Financial Aid, Financial Aid Coordinator.


SOUTHEASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study are the types of financial aid available to students at Southeastern Community College. The College publishes an annual handbook that details each type of aid and how to apply. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid, Southeastern Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Southeastern:

NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS - Offered on a competitive basis. Emphasis is on the student’s academic capabilities. Funds are provided by local organization and individuals.


SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students seeking financial aid at Southwestern Community should apply from January through March of each year, making sure that the Pell Grant is applied for in order to be considered for other forms of aid. Early application will ensure that available funds are distributed to those in greatest need. The Financial Aid Office receives scholarships throughout each year. Students are advised to check the Scholarships List often to obtain new information. Application forms and additional information may be obtained from the Student Financial Aid Office, Southwestern Community College.


STANLY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Every student is encouraged to apply for financial aid when applying to the college for admission. Stanly provides three types of aid to assist in meeting educational expenses: grants, scholarships, loans, and employment. Various scholarships from industry, and civic and social clubs are also available through the Financial Aid Office. Information detailing the specifics of the assistance can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office, Stanly Community College.


SURRY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students seeking financial assistance from Surry Community College must first apply for admission to the College. The college provides a combination of funding sources for qualified students including grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study. A number of scholarships also are available through the Surry Community College Foundation. Applications for aid and requests for the Surry Community College Financial Aid Information brochure should be sent to the Financial Aid Office, Student Services Division, Surry Community College.

Nursing Scholarships at Surry:

AMERICAN LEGION NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

BEVERLY ENTERPRISES SCHOLARSHIP

LOCKE-WEBB MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

NORTH ELKIN EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS SCHOLARSHIP

SHARON T. HUNT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

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TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

A limited number of scholarships provided by private citizens, civic, fraternal, and religious groups are available to qualified students. For more information contact the Financial Aid Officer, Tri-County Community College.

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT ASHEVILLE

UNC-Asheville offers a variety of financial aid programs for students in the form of grants, loans, work-study, and scholarships. Students seeking financial aid have an obligation to complete all required applications and needs assessment forms and maintain satisfactory academic progress. Applications and detailed information about specific programs of financial aid are available from the Office of Financial Aid, CPO 2230, University of North Carolina at Asheville.


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL

Applications for financial aid should be made at the earliest possible date, specifically when applying for admission. The University offers a wide variety of financial aid programs for students with proven financial need. Some are designated for students with outstanding academic achievement. Contact the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SCHOOL OF NURSING

Interest in receiving financial aid should be indicated when students apply for admission to the University. Students are encouraged to seek funding from sources outside the University, particularly from local businesses, organizations, and clubs. Nursing students in need of financial assistance are eligible for loans and scholarships on the same basis as other students in the University. Contact the Student Aid Office, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Chapel Hill School of Nursing Scholarships:

JAMES M. JOHNSTON SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS VICKI L. AFRECAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

ANONYMOUS DONOR SCHOLARSHIP

PROGRAM CORA PITTS BARBEE SCHOLARSHIP

CAROL BEERSTECHER BLACKWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MONA LOUISE CURRIE MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

FRANCES EMILY GILREATH NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

ANN PIERCE TROWBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP

MARTHA HOLT WINDHAM MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE

UNC-Charlotte offers a comprehensive packageof financial aid including loans, grants, scholarships, and part-time employment to assist students in meeting their educational expenses. Applicants for financial aid must complete all necessary financial aid forms, be accepted for admission, and work toward a degree. Address correspondence to Director of Student Financial Aid, UNC-Charlotte.

Nursing scholarships at UNC-Charlotte:

CANNON SCHOLARSHIP OF NURSING RUTH C. CLARKE SCHOLARSHIPS IN NURSING MECKLENBURG COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO

UNC-Greensboro provides financial aid to eligible students, with emphasis on supplementing the contribution of student and parents with an appropriate combination oqf loans, grants, and scholarships to make a complete aid package. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office, UNC-Greensboro.

Nursing Scholarships at UNC-Greensboro:

DR. RUBY GILBERT BARNES SCHOLARSHIP

VERA BELLE COPELAND LASHLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

BRIDGETT WILSON RIDGE SCHOLARSHIP

KATIE B. SHEPHERD SCHOLARSHIP

JOHN W. UMSTEAD, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

WESLEY LONG COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIP

ETHEL STEWART KISER SCHOLARSHIP

NELL HENDRIX KNIGHT SCHOLARSHIP

VICTOR AND EMMA BATES SCHOLARSHIP

GREENSBORO HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP

ANNE MURPHY SCHOLARSHIP

BRENDA WELLING RECHTINE SCHOLARSHIP

MARGARET C. MOORE SCHOLARSHIP

FUND CASSELL/SAPERSTEIN SCHOLARSHIP

DAPHINE DOSTER SCHOLARSHIP

DORIS MEADOR SCHOLARSHIP

BETTY WOODRUFF SCHOLARSHIP


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE

UNC-Pembroke attempts to help meet the financial needs of qualified and deserving students. A financial aid package may consist of a combination of grants from federal or state agencies as well as scholarships and loans. For more information on the types of financial resources available to eligible students, write the Office of Financial Aid, University of North Carolina at Pembroke.


UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT WILMINGTON

The financial aid program at UNC-Wilmington seeks to provide assistance to those students in need. UNCW determines financial need by calculating the difference between the amount a student or family can contribute and the actual educational costs. Questions concerning financial aid should be directed to the Financial Aid Office, University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

Nursing Scholarships at UNC-Wilmington:

MEDICAL AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP

FORTY & EIGHT NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

MINISTERING CIRCLE OF WILMINGTON BILLIE BURNEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

LOUISE OGDEN WRIGHT NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

THERESA BENSTEN MEMORIAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

EDITH GRAHAM TOMS SCHOLARSHIP

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VANCE-GRANVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Vance-Granville Community College offers financial aid in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships. Any student who desires financial assistance should complete an American College Testing (ACT) application and an application for admission to the College. The Vance-Granville Community College Endowment Fund Corporation currently provides 22 scholarships to deserving students. Eight additional scholarships are funded through the North Carolina General Assembly along with several awards given by private groups. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office, Vance-Granville Community College.

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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT BOWMAN GRAY MEDICAL CENTER

Applicants (incoming freshmen) who have been invited for an interview will receive a Bowman Gray Loan/ Scholarship Application form that must be completed and returned promptly to the Financial Aid Officer. Upon acceptance by the School, the Financial Aid Office will notify applicant of the estimated aid available. For further information concerning financial aid contact Wake Forest University School of Medicine.


WAKE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Wake Technical Community College’s Financial Aid Administrator oversees the disbursement of funds to qualified students. Wake Tech expects all recipients of financial aid to maintain good academic standing. The Financial Aid Administrator is available Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 12 noon, and 1-5 PM in LeMay Hall. Students may call or write for a consultation to Financial Aid Officer,Wake Technical Community College.

Scholarships at Wake Tech:

Scholarships are available to students in Health Care fields. They are awarded annually, based on need or scholastic achievement/potential, by private clubs, persons, organizations, businesses, and hospitals.


WATTS SCHOOL OF NURSING

Financial aid at Watts is available as scholarship, grant, and/or loan. The amount and variety of aid varies, depending on need. A combination of aid can be awarded to assist the student. Students interested in receiving aid must first apply to Watts for acceptance into the school. Students are also responsible for completing the American College Testing (ACT) Program’s Family Financial Statement or the College Scholarship Service’s (CCS) Financial Aid Form and have the information forwarded to Watts. For questions concerning financial aid, a student can call, write, or visit the Watts School of Nursing.

Nursing Scholarships at Watts:

CRAIN SCHOLARSHIPS - An extensive scholarship program for persons residing in Durham County.

RUTH R. CRAIN NURSING SCHOLARSHIP - Given to first-year nursing students during the second semester of the first year.

RUTH DARLING CRAIN SCHOLARSHIPS - Two scholars are named from the first-year, first-semester class to receive funds for the second year. CRAIN AWARD - A cash prize awarded to the student with the highest scholastic average at the end of the first year at Watts.

PAT MANN SCHOLARSHIP - Given to a “B” average nursing student who displays enthusiasm, concern for patients, and is helpful and effective. Nominations are taken from faculty and classmates. ETHEL CLAY PRICE SCHOLARSHIPS - Available to students with at least a 2.0 quality point average after completion of first semester. Awarded to those with the greatest financial need as determined by Watts Alumni Association, which administers award. Applications are available by writing to the Watts Alumni Association, 3643 North Roxboro Road, Durham, NC 27704

FRIENDS OF WATTS HOSPITAL SCHOLARSHIPS - Three scholarships awarded annually to each class. Need is determined by student's financial aid forms, budget interviews, and completion of one or two semesters of study.

FEDERAL NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS - Granted yearly dependent upon available funding. Eligibility is determined by exceptional financial need. First-year students may apply after first semester.

PHYSICIAN’S SCHOLARSHIP - Gift from the doctors on staff, awarded to a student with financial need, based on performance in clinical nursing courses.


WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Financial aid at Wayne is awarded for one academic year at a time. Students can reapply for each year they wish to receive assistance. It is suggested that potential recipients attend one of the Financial Aid Workshops generally held in January to assist students with procedures for applying for aid. The appropriate federal and local financial aid forms are explained at the workshop. Private businesses, organizations, clubs, and individuals donate many scholarships, and the donating party generally makes the selection with notification forwarded to the financial aid office. To receive more information contact the Office of Financial Aid,Wayne Community College.


WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

Western Carolina provides a financial aid program designed to meet the needs of students who would otherwise not be able to attend. The financial aid awards are made on the basis of need and academic promise, and can be renewed if satisfactory academic progress is maintained. Admission to the University is a prerequisite for applying for aid, and students are encouraged to apply prior to March 31st to Western Carolina University.


WESTERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Students pursuing full-time studies at Western Piedmont Community College may be eligible for a variety of financial resources. The college offers grants, loans, and scholarships from a number of sources. Information on the application process and the resources available can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office,Western Piedmont Community College.


WILKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Wilkes Community College provides financial assistance in the form of grants, scholarships, part-time employment, and loans for students enrolling for six or more credit hours. Aid is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic potential. Over 80 scholarships provided by private businesses, organizations, clubs, and individuals are available at Wilkes Community College. The awarding of these scholarships is generally based on financial need, academic ability and any special requirements set by the donor. Applications for aid should be submitted by May 1st, preceding fall enrollment. Awards will be distributed until all funds are exhausted. Contact the Office of Financial Aid,Wilkes Community College.


WILKES REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

Wilkes Regional Medical Center awards work/scholarship grants to students desiring to take advantage of a part-time employment program. Information and applications are available through the Radiologic Technology Program, Wilkes Regional Medical Center.


WILSON TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Wilson Technical College provides interested students with a Financial Aid brochure that details the types of assistance available and the correct procedures for applying. The brochure is available through the Office of Student Services. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office,Wilson County Technical College.

Nursing Scholarship at Wilson Tech:

WILSON MEDICAL AUXILIARY - Annually awarded to a first-year Nursing student.

WANDA TARTELTON SCHOLARSHIP - Annually awarded to a second-year nursing student.


WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY

Winston-Salem State’s financial aid program is designed to supplement the resources of the student/ parent in meeting education costs. Applicants for financial aid must complete several forms including admission to the University, Financial Aid Form (FAF) or Family Financial Statement (FFS), and the WSSU Financial Aid Application. All students must apply for the Pell Grant. Early submission of the forms will help ensure adequate assistance will be given, based on need. The WSSU Financial Aid Handbook is available for students to review prior to applying. For more information, contact the Student Financial Aid Office, Winston-Salem State University.

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