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UNDERGRADUATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OPTIONS

Information about undergraduate scholarships and other means of financial assistance can be found on our admissions website. Information specific to the College of Nursing is listed below.

College scholarship information

Contact information
Larry Vanden Busch
College of Nursing
(414) 288-3918

Student work-study employment

The College of Nursing offers positions in the college office and Learning Resource Center during the fall and spring semesters.

Open positions are posted on JobConnection.

Complete an application online and submit it and your availability to Cathy Kreiter, business affairs coordinator, in Clark Hall, room 247. Or call (414) 288-3802.

Marquette nursing scholarships

The College of Nursing has a variety of scholarship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate nursing students. Depending on criteria/scholarship requirements, eligible students are invited to apply.

Statement of need

If all options for assistance have been exhausted, submit a statement of need to the director of academic business affairs, Clark Hall, room 245. The College of Nursing has a small amount of funding that may be awarded to students with exceptional need. Note: Students who have not registered with the Office of Student Financial Aid at (414) 288-4000 or completed a FAFSA will not be considered for aid by the College of Nursing.

 

GRADUATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OPTIONS

Contact information

Larry Vanden Busch
College of Nursing
(414) 288-3918

Tom Marek
Graduate School
(414) 288-5325

For more information regarding financial aid, visit Marquette Central.

Grant-funded research assistant positions

Opportunities are posted in the Clark Hall Terrace (ground floor).

Tuition scholarship

You can apply for tuition scholarships through Marquette's Graduate School (Holthusen Hall, room 305). Tuition scholarship credits are awarded each fall. Full-time students are given preference for these scholarship credits. Awards are variable (usually two-five credits per student).

Teaching assistant/research assistant positions

Application materials are available from the College of Nursing, Clark Hall, room 245. Application forms are e-mailed to students in late February/early March, the application deadline is typically March 31. Award notification is sent out in April/May for the academic year beginning the following August.


Federal Nurse Traineeship Award

(M.S.N., D.N.P, or Ph.D. level; must have R.N. licensure)
The award includes up to 18 credits of tuition scholarship for the academic year. Students must agree to work with underserved populations upon graduation. Application materials are available in February for the academic year beginning the following August.

Marquette nursing scholarships

The College of Nursing has a variety of scholarship opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate nursing students (need-based and competitions). Several scholarships have been designated specifically for students in the direct-entry program. A statement of need serves as application for these funds. Please submit by March 1. Depending on criteria/scholarship requirements, eligible students are invited to apply.

Statement of need

If all options for assistance have been exhausted, submit a statement of need to the director of academic business affairs, Clark Hall, room 245. The College of Nursing has a small amount of funding that may be awarded to students with exceptional need. Note: Students who have not registered with the Office of Student Financial Aid at (414) 288-4000 or completed a FAFSA will not be considered for aid by the College of Nursing.

Financial aid/student employment contacts


NON-MARQUETTE UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE NURSING AND CNA SCHOLARSHIPS

Other nursing scholarships are available from outside agencies. For a listing of potential scholarships, please see: http://www.nursingdegree.com/Scholarships/

For those interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant, please see: http://www.cnaclasses.com/scholarships/


COLLEGE OF NURSING SITE MENU

The Marquette Neighborhood Health Center

The center is designed as a nurse managed health center, under the auspices of the Marquette University College of Nursing, providing community access to health care services while enhancing educational opportunities for nursing students. Learn more about MNHC.