For students studying in Mizzou (University of Missouri) Sinclair School of Nursing, consider applying for a scholarship. The nursing school offers about 100 internal scholarships aside from the external ones. An example is the General Federation of Women’s Club of Missouri, Inc. Mental Health Scholarship. This is not an endowment type of funding, but every year the organization is giving an outright amount to fund this scholarship program. The assistance is usually awarded to a deserving student pursuing nursing degree and is undertaking study about mental health nursing at the university. The amount of assistance that is awarded varies slightly every year. The sponsor also has other requirements aside from the typical documents needed by the Office of Student Affairs.
In order to apply for this internal scholarship, students must submit their application to the Sinclair School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs. Once the scholarship application is received by the office, they will become eligible for this scholarship as well as to other internal scholarship (there are about 100 internal scholarships and other external ones) in which the applicants meet the eligibility requirements and criteria. It is also necessary for the students to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid/FAFSA on file. Scholarships awardees and amounts they will receive usually vary from year to year.
This scholarship can be the stepping for nursing students who desire to advance his/her knowledge and talents in the field of mental health in nursing. For further inquiries about this scholarship program, applicants can go to the Sinclair School of Nursing Office of Student Affairs.