The College of Nursing is very fortunate to have numerous alumni and friends who invest in the education of our nursing students by establishing scholarships. The College of Nursing faculty and staff select students who meet the criteria for the scholarships in the fall and again in the spring. The students are informed through the University of Iowa College of Nursing through the Student Services Listserv each fall and spring when the application process for scholarships is open. For all of the scholarships that have financial need as a criterion, the College of Nursing requires a FAFSA to be completed.
We are very grateful to have such loyal alumni and friends who have chosen to give back to the University of Iowa College of Nursing.
|SCHOLARSHIP TITLE||Eligibility Criteria||Description|
|Evelyn McCann Student Financial Aid Fund||A student who will be enrolled in the College of Nursing next fall who demonstrates financial need and academic merit.||This scholarship was established by the late Miss Evelyn McCann of West Liberty, IA.|
|Gladys Benz Pediatric Nursing Memorial Scholarship Fund||A licensed nurse in the graduate program with an interest in pediatrics. The awardee must also demonstrate academic merit, extraordinary service and leadership to peers and to the College of Nursing.||The scholarship was established in memory of Ms. Gladys Benz, former faculty member of the College of Nursing and who authored the first pediatric nursing textbook.|
|Grace Keeffer Clark Scholarship||A pre-licensure BSN student who will be enrolled full time next fall and demonstrates financial need and academic merit.||The scholarship was established by Mrs. Grace Keefer Clark (GN 1932).|
|Grace Wormer A.N.S. Scholarship Fund||A student who will be enrolled in the College of Nursing next fall and who demonstrates academic merit and leadership through a recognized College of Nursing student organization.||This scholarship was established through a trust established by the late Grace Wormer. Miss Wormer was a retired University librarian.|
|Harold and Shirley Shoup Reihman Scholarship Fund||A full-time pre-licensure BSN student enrolled in the first semester of their nursing education and demonstrate financial need and academic merit.||Mrs. Reihman was an alumnus of the University of Iowa College of Nursing, Class of 1951. Mrs. Reihman grew up in the area of the Amanas.|
|Hearst Foundation Nursing Scholarship for Underrepresented Groups||A student who is an undergraduate student and underrepresented within the profession of nursing. In addition, the students must demonstrate financial need and be a U.S. Citizen.||The Hearst Scholar has responsibility for meeting leadership expectations and contributing to the College of Nursing community. In addition to the Hearst scholarship, there is an additional award to cover books and supplies for educational purposes.|
|Ida Lee Goodsell Memorial Scholarship||A graduate student in the College of Nursing who demonstrates a special interest in financial need, academic merit and high character.||The late Samuel and the late Grace Goodsell established this award in memory of their daughter Ida Lee. She died in China at the age of 3 and the family believed that she may have lived if nursing care was available.|
|Illeen M. Rohling Nursing Scholarship Fund||An undergraduate student in the College of Nursing with preference given to students from Muscatine County, Iowa, and who demonstrate academic merit and financial need.||The late Mr. Ron Rohling of Muscatine established the scholarship in memory of his sister Illeen.|
|Janice Denehy Graduate Studies Fund||A licensed nurse in the graduate program who will be enrolled next fall.||The fund is to be used to support research and activities of students in the area of children’s health care within The University of Iowa College of Nursing. Dr. Denehy is a graduate from the College of Nursing master’s program in pediatrics and an Emeritus faculty member.|
|John and Wendy Boardman/Amenity Foundation Palliative Care Scholarship||A student in the pre-licensure BSN or Graduate student in the College of Nursing with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, an interest in hospice and/or palliative care, and financial need.||John and Wendy Boardman are both graduates of the University of Iowa College of Nursing. They established the former Amenity Hospice of Eastern Iowa.|