The College of Nursing actively seeks financial resources to assist students. Governmental funds are available, and RNs can usually find local part-time work. The university also has limited funds available. Students who need financial aid should contact the College of Nursing graduate coordinator. Also you can contact the University Financial Aids Office for financing options. College of Nursing research and teaching assistantships are also available.
Assistantships. Students must be registered and able to meet the skill and credit-hour requirements for the available teaching and research assistantships. For more information, students should meet with the college graduate coordinator.
Scholarships. Scholarships, awarded on the basis of GPA and need, are available to degree-seeking master’s students. Recipients must take at least 2 credit hours per semester to maintain the scholarship. They must also maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. See the college graduate coordinator or the graduate secretary for more information.