Scholarships

Students are encouraged to apply to local and civic organizations in their community for scholarships. Parents should check with employers for financial assistance given to dependents continuing with their education. All awards and scholarships received by the student must be reported to the Financial Aid Office. NOTE: Freshman nursing students are not eligible for scholarships from the College until the second semester of the first year.  Students who return to the program after a nursing course failure during the first year are eligible to apply for scholarships after successful completion of the repeated nursing course.  Senior students who must return to the program to complete a failed nursing course after graduation activities are not eligible for St. Elizabeth CoN scholarships.  St. Elizabeth College of Nursing provides a number of scholarships funded by private sector organizations or individuals. Some of these scholarships include:

  • Anna Krukonis Memorial
  • Katherine Ryan Vyner Memorial
  • Marian Weynachter Memorial
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Center Guild
  • Dr. Elliott Friedman Memorial
  • St. Elizabeth College of Nursing Alumni
  • Ida Rosenthal Memorial
  • Woman's Christian Association
  • Slocum-Dickson Foundation
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Staff
  • Bertha Murnane Memorial
  • St. Elizabeth Trauma Service Award
  • Thomas & Mary Capraro Memorial
  • Paul Dwyer Memorial
  • Sister W. Marie Scholarship
  • Francis J. Roche Memorial
  • Galvin and Boise Memorial
  • Rose Kolmer Memorial
  • Nancy Roman Memorial
  • St. Elizabeth School of Nursing Class of '57
  • Utica Memorial Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Memory of Sister M. Regina
  • Mary Rose Butler Schuessler Memorial Nursing Scholarship