The Thomas Edison State University Foundation manages or provides the funds for the following scholarships to be awarded to nursing students at the University.
Scholarships for Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN Program students:
- Helene Fuld Health Trust Fund Scholarship
- Janssen Pharmaceuticals Scholarship
Scholarships for all nursing students:
- Thomas Edison State University Foundation Nursing Scholarship
- W. Cary Edwards Foundation Nursing Scholarship
- Walter and Louise Sutcliffe Foundation Scholarship
Other Nursing Scholarships offered by external organizations and specifically directed toward nursing students are listed below:
- AffordableColleges.com Scholarships for Nursing Students
- American Association of Colleges of Nursing Resources
- AORN Scholarships and Grants
- HRSA Nursing Scholarship Program
- Institute For Nursing Scholarships
- Jeannette Rankin Women's Scholarship Fund
- MinorityNurse Nursing Scholarships
- MoneyGeek Scholarship Guide for Women
- Money Geek Guide to Paying for College
- National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program
- National Student Nurses Association
- New Jersey Hospital Association Scholarships
- NLN Foundation for Nursing Education Scholarship Resources
- Nursing Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources
- AfterCollege and AACN Nursing Scholarship
- Army Nurse Corps Association Scholarship Program
- CampusRN Scholarships - Annual
- Caring.com Scholarships 2015
- F.A. Davis Scholarship
- Global Health Nursing Fellowship
- March of Dimes Graduate Nursing Scholarship
- National Health Service Corps
- NJSNA Institute for Nursing Scholarships
Apply for Scholarships
For students in nuclear-related programs, the NRC Scholarship remains open. Apply from the NRC Scholarship webpage
Check out our Outside Scholarships page, including the site for Military/Family Members.
Should you have questions about our scholarships, please email the Scholarship Committee.
AfterCollege.com and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing provide $20,000 each year toward nursing scholarships. Four times each year, they give $2,500 to 2 students who are seeking a BSN, MSN or a Doctorate in Nursing, and the next application deadline is coming up soon.
View additional scholarship information.
The scholarship program is for baccalaureate or higher degree nursing and anesthesia students. In 2016, ANCA will be selecting up to 15 students to receive $3,000 scholarships.
For 2016, the scholarships will be presented in memory of Captain Bruce K. Clark, a member of the United States Army Nurse Corps who, in May 2012, gave his life in service to his country while deployed to Afghanistan. He was a graduate of The University of Brockport, State University of New York and served previous assignments at Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI and William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, TX.
View the ANCA website for more information.
CampusRN’s nationwide scholarship program is the most comprehensive of its kind for nursing programs and nursing students because it features scholarship winners from six different regions across the country in which CampusRN has launched state edition sites. CampusRN will award six $2500 scholarships to a needy and deserving nursing student in each region. Thomas Edison State University is registered with CampusRN for scholarship purposes.
Application deadline: May 1st each year
Download the Rules, Regulations, and Application.
Caring.com is offering three $1,500 scholarships to university students attending an accredited U.S. college or university who care for aging relatives. Submit your story though a 1500-word essay or 2-minute video telling us about your journey.
Award Amount: $1500
For more information, view F.A. Davis Scholarship
The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) is excited to announce it's Global Health Nursing Fellowship (GHNF) at Project Limón, Nicaragua!
GHFN is a program for nursing students, recent graduates, and nursing professionals alike looking for an immersive experience into rural healthcare. Each fellowship is tailored to the participant’s experience, interests, and educational goals. As a Fellow, participants will gain exposure to international healthcare services, continue to improve upon nursing skills and abilities, as well as gain experience in providing culturally sensitive care to children and their families.
In contrast to our shorter programs, GHNF's four-week structure gives you a chance to form lasting relationships, view an underserved population from within and use your skill set in an international setting. We know that nurses offer a unique and important role in patient care, and this program strives to use those exact skills and knowledge in the global community. You also have the opportunity to improve your Spanish through your interactions with locals (but it isn't a requirement for the program).
Our GHNF program is available during the months of June and July at our project site in Limón, Nicaragua. Our program provides not only a valuable experience for resumes or employment applications, but will expand your knowledge and perspectives on international healthcare. We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis. Once our program reaches capacity, interested individuals will be placed on our waiting list.
Detailed information regarding fellowship cost, accommodations, and the enrollment process can be found at http://www.fimrc.org/ghnf/
To recognize and promote excellence in nursing care of mothers and babies, the March of Dimes offers several $5,000 scholarships annually to registered nurses enrolled in graduate education with a focus on maternal-child nursing.
Visit marchofdimes.com/scholarship for more information and to apply.
The National Health Service Corps is a program where a Nursing student can apply for scholarship while in school or can apply for loan repayment after graduation. They must work in a medically underserved area of the country and in turn they will get their loans repaid tax free. They can choose where in the country they wish to work. The PDF file provides an overview of the programs.
- National Health Service Corps Scholarships pay for tuition, fees, a monthly stipend, and other reasonable educational expenses for up to four years. After graduation, students serve at least two years at a National Health Service Corps approved site in a high-need area.
- The National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment Program has an initial award of up to $60,000 for two years of full-time service a National Health Service Corps approved site in a high-need area. After the initial two-year commitment, providers may be eligible to receive additional support in exchange for continued service; up to $170,000 for five years of service. With continued service beyond five years, clinicians may be able to pay off all their student loans.
View the National Health Service Corps website for more information.
The Institute for Nursing was founded in 1988 as the charitable affiliate of the New Jersey State Nurses Association (NJSNA). The purpose was to have a mechanism to receive contributions to provide scholarships, research grants, and to increase education programs. The Institute complements the work of NJSNA, the largest nursing organization in the state, by raising funds and developing and managing grants to support advances in research, education, and clinical practice.
The most longstanding of the Institutes many activities are the nursing scholarship and research grant programs. These two annual competitions provide tuition assistance for students enrolled in entry level nursing, career mobility, and advanced nurse research in both clinical and academic settings. Since 1989, The Institute for Nursing has given out more than a half million dollars in scholarships. Scholarships have been given to nurses who are students in all three nursing programs, RNs who are seeking their BSNs, LPNs who are working to become RNs, and individuals who are looking to become RNs.
Rules, Regulations, and Application: Download here