Nurse Corps Scholarship: Nursing students that meet the requirements can apply for the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program. The scholarship will cover your tuition, fees, and other educational costs if you are accepted. When you graduate, you labor at a Critical Shortage Facility in exchange.
This scholarship is very important because many Americans lack access to essential medical care.
This covers examinations, preventative screenings, and vaccinations. This occurs when communities lack enough healthcare professionals.
In the United States, there is still a demand for nurses. These problems are addressed in part by the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program.
Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
You qualify if you meet the following requirements:
1. Are a U.S. citizen (born or naturalized), a national, or a lawful permanent resident;
2. Have been accepted into or are currently enrolled in a nursing degree program at a U.S.-accredited nursing school;
3. Will start classes no later than September 30; and
4. Have no outstanding federal judgment liens.
5. Do not now have a service obligation;
6. Do not have any outstanding federal debts
Note: We give funding preference to those who need the most help financially.
- Graduate School Scholarships Programme
- International Scholarships for Women
- Bright Futures Scholarship Programme
- Coca-Cola Scholarship Programme
Accepted or enrolled in a nursing degree program at a nursing school in the United States or a U.S. territory that is accredited:
- Diploma Nursing School
- Collegiate School of Nursing (CSN)
- Associate Degree School of Nursing (ADN) (BSN, graduate degree)
- Nurse Practitioner Graduate Program; Nursing Bridge Program (RN to BSN, RN to MSN-NP, Direct Entry MSN-NP)
1. A minimum 2-year commitment to service in exchange for 1-2 years of scholarship support (full-time status)
2. For full-time students who require financial support for more than two years, a 1-year additional service obligation per scholarship year (4 years maximum support)
Status: full-time a minimum of 45 weeks a year, or 32 hours per week. Patients must get clinical services for 26 hours.
Financial Advantages funding for tuition, necessary fees, a monthly stipend for support, and any other reasonable educational costs that arise annually (e.g., books, supplies, uniforms)
Is the Scholarship Taxable?
Yes. Your scholarship award as a whole is taxable. All grants are reported to the IRS. Additionally, they don’t deduct any local or state taxes from any scholarship payouts.
Nurse Corps is unable to offer tax advice. They advise you to speak with a tax expert if you require assistance or have inquiries about taxes.
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