School of Nursing Scholarship Application
All University of Delaware Nursing students who wish to be considered for a Nursing Scholarship are asked to fill out the form below. Please contact Fay Wood with any questions at:
Your first name.
Your middle initial.
Your last name.
Your University of Delaware ID number. Usually starts with 7 and nine digits long.
Please answer the questions below and provide the best address to reach you.
Please provide the most reliable email method where we can contact you.
If necessary, indicate your Apartment number, building or other special address information here.
List the best phone number to contact you.
Please complete the following prompts on academics.
Indicate your program type, start date with year and semester (i.e. 2011 Fall) and your projected graduation date.
Traditional 4 Year BSN
RN to BSN/MSN
Program Start Date
The year and semester you began your program in this formal: YYYY Semester, i.e. 2011 Fall.
Program End Date
The PROJECTED year and semester you will graduate from your program in this formal: YYYY Semester, i.e. 2011 Fall.
Your current cumulative GPA. Do not round.
Have you filled out the FAFSA forms for the next academic year?
In order to receive scholarship consideration you MUST complete the FAFSA. form
The amount of scholarship funds you are requesting.
The semester(s) and year you are requesting scholarship funds for in this format: YYYY Semester, i.e. 2011 Fall.
Report other sources of funding, aid, reimbursement or scholarships you are currently receiving.
Area(s) of Interest
Indicate any areas of interest or specialization for you within the field of nursing.
Indicate any professional organizations to which you belong.
Indicate your current employer or previous work experience in the nursing field.
Indicate any volunteer expereiences you may have had that are related to your nursing career.
Please indicate any hardships ( financial, health, emotional, etc.) which may impact your education. .
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