Scholarships & Grants
Future of Nursing Scholars Program
This grant, funded in large part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is awarded each year to two doctoral students, and provides each recipient $125,000 of funding over the course of three years. The goal of the program is to build a new generation of PhD-prepared nursing leaders—skilled in science, research, and innovation; mentored by key health care, business, and policy leaders; and networked together across the country—to create real transformational change in health and health care.
Jonas Scholars Program
The program was created in 2008 to support doctoral nursing students to increase the number of doctorally-prepared faculty available to teach in nursing schools nationwide, as well as the number of advanced practice nurses providing direct patient care. Through an institutional grant to the school, the Program provides financial assistance, leadership development and networking support to expand the pipeline of future doctorally- prepared nurse faculty and advanced practice nurses.
Nurse Faculty Loan Program
Available to MSN, Post-Master’s, and PhD students who are interested in pursuing a career as a nursing educator, this loan forgiveness program is funded by HRSA – up to 85% forgivable. Awards may vary and can be awarded as high as $35,500, and require a 4-year work commitment as a full-time faculty member at any school of nursing.