311 Everett L. Marshall Building
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Nursing Bridges to Doctorate Program is to facilitate the transition of diverse and underrepresented students in Master's degree programs in Nursing into PhD programs for doctoral training in health disparities research. The program is funded by the National Instititutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
The Nurse Faculty Loan Program was created to recruit students enrolled in advanced nursing education programs to teaching positions at nursing schools across the country. Funded by a grant through the Department of Health and Human Services, the Nurse Faculty Loan Program provides loan debt reduction benefits of up to 85% in exchange for fulfilling a four year service requirement as an instructor in a school of nursing. The application and additional information can be downloaded here....
U.S. Army Nurse Corps provides scholarships. The information can be downloaded here...
U.S. Airforce Scholarship Info Here
The EMU Financial Aid Office provides the most current information on the university, state, or federal scholarships and loans. EMU Financial Aid Office
Nursing students may also apply for the School of Nursing and the College of Health and Human Sciences small scholarships. Many thanks to our donors who provided funds for these scholarships:
Dr. Everett & Mrs. Helen Marshall
Milton J. Ratner
Beyer Memorial Hospital
Cleo Jackson Kaltz
Maxine and Donald Barr
Wyle G. Bonine
Flossie Harris Whyte
Dr. Maurice and Mrs. Virginia Landers
Dr. Mary Sue Marz
Nursing students should contact the School of Nursing to obtain information about these scholarships. Generally, the call for scholarship application is made during the winter semester and awards are announced during the spring. The average size of these scholarships is $500-$1,000.
Nursing students might seek scholarships from the other sources. These are some of the useful links. The School of Nursing is not responsible for the accuracy of the information provided on these sites.