March 05, 2013

Summer 2013 Tuition Waivers

Hello Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Students!

Please note that tuition waivers for the summer term need to be in to Dr. Nancy MacMullen no later than March 25th. The applications can be obtained either from the secretary, Vanyette Exton or online at http://www.govst.edu/chhs/dn/bsn/default.aspx?id=5654.

Please include a letter which states why you deserve the waiver, your community service, if you are an active member of a nursing organization, and finally your professional goals. Please remember that the tuition is competitive and depends upon the number of credit hours completed, the number of credit hours you will be enrolling for in the summer term, and the needs of the college.

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October 08, 2012

Schweitzer Fellowship Opportunities for Graduate Students

The Chicago Area Schweitzer Fellowships Programs is looking for outstanding service-minded graduate students in health, social service and public interest professions to apply for the 2013-14 Schweitzer Fellowships.

Each year, 30 students from a wide range of disciplines are selected as Schweitzer Fellows to design and implement innovative projects aimed at improving the health and well-being of underserved communities throughout Chicago. The Schweitzer Fellowship provides students an opportunity to augment their academic careers with experience working in communities, planning and leading a project from the ground up, and making an important difference in the lives of others. In addition to their community work, other Program elements help to inspire and inform the Fellows and reinforce their commitment to humanitarian service. These include monthly meetings, symposia on pertinent public health issues, and service days. Fellows may look forward to becoming part of a national community of “Fellows for Life,” i.e., 2,500 Schweitzer alumni who are continuing to act upon their idealism by leading lives of service.

If you are interested the deadline to apply is Friday, February 1, 2013.

Application and Information can be obtained below.

2013-2014 Application

FAQs about the Schweitzer Program

Schweitzer Flyer

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September 11, 2012

AfterCollege and AACN Nursing Scholarship Deadline: October 31

AfterCollege.com and our partner the American Association of Colleges of Nursing provide $20,000 each year toward nursing scholarships. Four times each year, we give $2,500 to 2 students who are seeking a BSN, MSN or a Doctorate in Nursing, and our next application deadline is coming up soon.
Complete the short application here: AfterCollege and AACN Nursing Scholarship

Please visit the scholarship page above for more details!

Best of luck,
Elena Romanyuk
AfterCollege, Inc.

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Healthcare Jobs for Chicago Southland: Scholarships and Support Services for CHHS Students Now Available!

A Unique Opportunity: Deadline: September 28, 2012

Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland is offering a unique opportunity for students enrolled in Governors State University’s College of Health and Human Services. As steady job growth is predicted in the healthcare industry, $250,000 has been set aside to assist existing health and health science students with scholarships and supportive services that encourage development and preparation of a well-trained, able and agile health care workforce.

Eligible students will be awarded $500 scholarships that may be used toward tuition, fees, books and/or graduation expenses. Scholarships are issued on a first-come, first-served basis while funding is available. U.S. Military veterans receive priority status.

More than Just a Scholarship

As you prepare for success, we understand that financial assistance is only one piece of the puzzle. To further assist you, we have designed the program to provide comprehensive support services in addition to the scholarship funds.

Support services include:

• Free childcare at GSU’s on-campus Family Development Center (as long as the individual is a student, and throughout the first 90 days of employment);
• Life skills and economic empowerment coaching (based on individual need);
• Resume writing, interview preparation, and job placement services (upon completion of degree or certificate program);
• Job readiness training (up to 36 hours, if needed).


Note: All scholarship recipients are required to complete a 30-minute orientation with Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland staff and attend a one-hour Job Developer Assessment session/meeting.

How to Obtain Your Scholarship Application Packet

To obtain an application packet for the Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland Scholarships, click on the link below:

Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland Application Packet

Or stop by the College of Health and Human Services Grants Office, located at Hantack House, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Hantack House is located on the western edge of the campus).

More Information on Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland

As many industries experience lay-offs and job losses, the healthcare industry remains a critical driver in regional economies across the nation. Employment growth in the healthcare sector continues to be driven by significant increases in demand for healthcare and assistance because of an aging population and longer life expectancy. In addition, projected retirements for current healthcare workers will necessitate a pipeline of skilled individuals ready to enter health care occupations. [U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration]

Governors State University’s Health Care Jobs for Chicago Southland is an equal opportunity program, awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Employment and Training Administration (ETA) with funding made possible through President Obama's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

The funds support a coordinated system of networks that provide vocational training, case management, job placement, and other supportive services to unemployed, dislocated, and incumbent workers, enabling them to pursue healthcare careers. The project focuses on the suburbs south of Chicago – Cook, Will, Kendall, Grundy, and Kankakee counties. GSU’s partner agencies include:

• CAAN Academy of Nursing, Matteson
• Family Development Center at GSU
• Proactive Community Services, Hazel Crest
• Robert Morris University, Chicago & Tinley Park Campus
• South Metropolitan Higher Education Consortium, GSU Campus
• Southland Health Care Forum & Southland Health Careers, Chicago Heights
• SouthSTAR Services, Chicago Heights
• YWCA Metro Chicago - South Suburban Center, Chicago Heights

Partner agencies are long-standing organizations in the region with considerable experience in workforce development, as well as an in-depth knowledge of the needs of healthcare and healthcare-related fields and industry. Governors State University provides overall coordination and leveraging of partners’ capacity to develop, articulate, and coordinate health career pathways. This network of providers offers expertise in recruitment, intake, assessment, employment and education training, job placement and retention and case management services of eligible individuals. Educational outcome will vary from short-term certificate programs to degrees, Associate, Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral; all recognized and needed by healthcare employers. The desired outcome is that program participants become employed in a healthcare job and continue their advancement in education and healthcare employment opportunities in this region through bridging skills and development of career ladders.

This workforce solution is funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the institution that created it. Internal use by an organization and/or personal use by an individual for non-commercial purposes is permissible. All other uses require the prior authorization of the copyright owner.

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November 28, 2011

The Clara Bell Royster Nursing Scholarship

We would like to make you aware of the Clara Bell Royster Nursing Scholarship. The funds for the scholarship are dervived from chapter fundraising efforts and donations from patrons, so no exact amount has been given.

To qualify:

The applicant must be an Illinois resident

All applications are considered regardless of race, creed, or national origin

The application must be an undergraduate pursuing an ADN, BSN, or a Master's degree in an accredited school of nursing

The application must have completed at least one year of nursing courses including one semester of clinicals

The application must have maintained a minimum grade point average of 2.5/4.0 in all nursing courses

The application with the highest scholastic ability and leadership potention will be selected

Former recipients may re-apply for the Clara Bell Royster Scholarship for succeeding years

The dollar amount of the scholarship awarded is determined annually

Applications for the scholarship can be obtained in the Department of Nursing. Please see Vanyette Exton, Department Secretary for a copy of the forms. The deadline for the application to be submitted to the scholarship committee (address supplied on the application) is December 15, 2011.

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June 27, 2011

Traineeship Award for Graduate Students

Money for tuition, books and fees is available for Graduate Nursing Students through the Advanced Education Nurse Traineeship Program (AENT)

To be eligible for the scholarship one must:

1) Be a citizen of the United States, a non-citizen national, or foreign national who possesses a visa permitting permanent residence in the United States (Individuals on temporary or student visas are NOT eligible to receive AENT support);

2) Be enrolled full-time or part-time in an advanced education nursing program for preparation as clinical nurse specialist, nurse administrator, family nurse practitioner, advance practice nurse in forensics, advanced practice nurse in informatics, and nurse educator;

3) Be enrolled as a student in good standing in an advanced practice nurse education program at GSU

4) Maintain “good academic standing” (3.5) while enrolled

5) Have completed at least 6 credit hours of coursework in the program

Application is available in the Department of Nursing. If you have any other additional questions please contact Linda McCann at lmccann@govst.edu or 708.534.4035.

Awardees will be chosen on the basis of their GPA. Students receiving AENT funds must agree to work in underserved areas upon completion of the program.

The application deadline is August 1st for funds that will be distributed for the Fall 2011, Spring 2012, and Summer 2012 terms.

Application Form

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January 26, 2011

James and Helen Hassett Endowed Scholarship in Nursing

Attention currently enrolled students in the graduate and undergraduate nursing programs in the College of Health and Human Services as the James and Helen Hassett Endowed Scholarship in Nursing is awarding $750 for the Spring 2011 semester. Please see the attached flyer regarding eligibilty and application as the deadline to apply is February 21, 2011. If you have any questions, please call the Alumni Relations Office at 708.534.4128.

Hassett Endowed Scholarship

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January 18, 2011

NFLP Monies Now Available to MSN Students

Good News! Money is available for tuition, books and fees from the Nurse Faculty Loan Program for DNP and now MSN Students who are planning to teach nursing upon graduation. The application is attached (Download file). Application deadline is immediate and will continue to be accepted until applications are exhausted. Please submit your application to the nursing department secretary, Vanyette Exton, Governors State University, One University Parkway, University Park, IL 60484. She will ensure that your application is numbered and submitted to Dr. MacMullen immediately. Letters will be sent out by February 15, 2011 indicating whether or not you are a recipient of the loan.

To be eligible for the loan one must:

• Be a U.S. citizen or national of the U.S. or lawful permanent
resident of the U.S. and its territories
• Be enrolled as a student in good standing in an advanced
practice nursing education program at GSU
• Maintain "good academic standing" (3.0) while enrolled
• Have no judgment liens entered against him/her based on the
default on a Federal debt, 28 U.S.C. 3201(e)

Contact Nancy MacMullen (708.534.4043) or Linda McCann (708.534.4035) for information.

Applicants will be chosen on the basis of their GPA on a "first come, first served basis". Students receiving NFLP funds are eligible to cancel up to 85 percent of the loan amount by teaching nursing for four years post degree completion.


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August 30, 2010

AANP Foundation Educational Scholarships and Project/Research Grants

At a time when finances limit opportunities, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) Foundation is proud to announce $92,000 in offerings available for nurse practitioner (NP) educational scholarships and project/research grants through the AANP Foundation Scholarship & Grant Program 2010 Funding Cycle.

The AANP Foundation works year-round with leaders in the NP community, members of the Corporate Partner Council (CPC) and other corporate supporters in the healthcare industry to evaluate funding needs and define the allocation of financial support. This year, the wide-range of topics supported through grant offerings for practicing NPs include, childhood obesity, diabetes and nutrition. The 2010 Funding Cycle also offers NP student scholarships at the master’s and doctoral levels.

Complete details related to the AANP Foundation Scholarship & Grant Program 2010 Funding Cycle, including a full list of offerings, eligibility requirements, application information and deadlines, are available on the AANP Foundation website, www..aanp.org/foundation.

Availability Published: August 16, 2010
Deadline to request Application materials: October 22, 2010
Application Submission Deadline: October 25, 2010
Scholarship & Grant Award Recipients Announced: December 23, 2010
Funding Period: January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2010

The AANP Foundation has been committed to supporting the continuing education efforts of Nurse Practitioners since its first Scholarship and Grant Program Funding Cycle in 1998. As of December, 2009, the AANP Foundation had awarded $659,650 worth of scholarships and grants. This amount is expected to reach $742,650 by the end of 2010.

Beginning in 2011, the AANP Foundation will be announcing new humanitarian service projects and planned giving opportunities to expand its support of Nurse Practitioners. An electronic newsletter will be released soon to keep NPs appraised of the AANP Foundation’s exciting new programs and services. Please visit our website at www..aanp.org/foundation often for the most current updates. We look forward to partnering together on projects that benefit NPs and the communities they serve.

For any questions please contact:
Margaret Crump, MPH
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) Foundation
Manager of Programs and Volunteers
mcrump@aanp.org
(512) 442-4262 X 5210

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Scholarship Category - Doctorate - Download file

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July 13, 2010

TRAINEESHIP FUNDS AVAILABLE

Traineeships are available from the Federal Government through the Advanced Education Nurse Traineeship Funds (AENT). To apply please find attached the requirement sheet and the application form. Funding for the program is competitive and will depend upon GPA. If you have any questions please contact Linda McCann at 708.534.4035 or l-mccann@govst.edu. Please submit your application no later than August 13, 2010 to the attention of Linda McCann in the Department of Nursing.

FORMS:

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September 08, 2009

Words From GSU Bookstore - Textbook Tax Credit

Recently, the Obama administration launched economic stimulus package includes a new Textbook Tax Credit for which many GSU students are eligible. This new government program will now reimburse students for up to 100% of the cost of required textbooks and other course materials. For example, if your student has out-of-pocket course material expenses or tuition and fees during 2009 or 2010 and no other financial grant aid covers those expenses, they would be able to claim the expenses as a credit. For each student the credit is limited to $2,500.

In the past, the Hope and Lifetime Learning credits did not cover textbooks. This exclusion disadvantaged many students for which textbooks are a high proportion of their total costs of higher education. This stimulus bill creates the American Opportunity Tax Credit, which will credit 100% of a student’s first $2000 in tuition, fees, and course materials, and 25% of the next $2000. The credit is also 40% refundable, so even if a student doesn’t owe taxes, he or she can effectively get a 40% rebate from the federal government for all tuition, fees and course materials.

At the bookstore, we are very excited about this new government program and want to ensure that our students are aware of this new opportunity. We are spreading the word here in the Bookstore, but it would make a huge difference if you could help us raise awareness by mentioning this tax credit in class to ensure that all students hear about it.

I have attached a flyer with the main points about the credit. For more information, you can check out www.textbookaid.org


Best wishes for the new semester,

Stephen Baine

Governors State University Bookstore

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September 01, 2009

Fall 2009 Graduation Applications

Graduation Applications are due in to the Registrar’s Office on Tuesday, September 8, 2009. You can obtain the graduation application and your progress report by going to http://www.govst.edu/appreg/t_registrar.aspx?id=1757. Please remember to sign both forms before turning them in. Late applications will not be accepted.

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July 30, 2009

Nurse Faculty Loan Program Monies

Good News! Money is available for tuition, books and fees from the Nurse Faculty Loan Program for DNP Students. The application is attached (Download file). Application deadline is August 20, 2009. Please submit your application to the nursing department secretary, Vanyette Exton, Governors State University, One University Parkway, University Park, IL 60484. She will ensure that your application is numbered and submitted to Dr. MacMullen immediately. Letters will be sent out by August 25, 2009 indicating whether or not you are a recipient of the loan.

To be eligible for the loan one must:

* Be a U.S. citizen or national of the U.S. or lawful permanent resident of the U.S. and its terrories
* Be enrolled as a student in good standing in an advanced practice nursing education program at GSU
* Maintain "good academic standing" (3.0) while enrolled
* Have no judgment liens entered against him/her based on the default on a Federal debt, 28 U.S.C. 3201(e)

Contact Nancy MacMullen (708.534.4043) or Linda McCann (708.534.4035) for information.

Applicants will be chosen on the basis of their GPA on a "first come, first served basis". Students receiving NFLP funds are eligible to cancel up to 85 percent of the loan amount by teaching nursing for four years post degree completion.

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March 11, 2009

The Minority Internship Program

The Minority Internship Program is an unique program that enables students to gain practical experience while earning academic credit. the program is designed specifically for minority students, from any program, who are attending full-time. The undergraduate minimum cumulative GPA requirement is 2.75 on a scale of 4.00, and 3.25 on a 4.00 scale for graduates.

Please see the links below for more detail in the qualifications for the internship, as well as the application. The application deadline is April 10, 2009.


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February 03, 2009

Lambda Pi Alpha Sorority Scholarship

Applications are being accepted for the Lambda Pi Alpha Sorority - Beta Mu Chapter Scholarship. You can obtain information regarding the scholarship by going to their website at www.lambdapialpha.org. The application deadline is April 30, 2009. The completed application forms, letters of recommendation, and transcripts should be mailed to: Leretha R. Thomas at 3912 West 76th Place, Chicago, IL 60652. Please visit the above website for further instructions and qualifications.

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September 09, 2008

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition Waivers

Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition Waivers (1 each) are available periodical by trimester. Applications can be obtained either outside the Department of Nursing or from the Department’s Secretary. Information regarding the tuition waiver can be found at http://www.govst.edu/chhs/dn/bsn/default.aspx?id=5654. This is a competitive process. The Nursing Faculty selects the tuition waiver recipients. A waiver gives the student a tuition-free trimester of classes; the student is responsible for the fees. The eligibility for the undergraduate and graduate tuition waivers is slightly different so please pick up the appropriate forms. Please submit your applications to your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann by the appropriate date listed on the forms, the decision will be made by the faculty and you will be notified prior to the start of the trimester. If you have any questions, please email (l-mccann@govst.edu) or phone (708/534-4035) your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann.

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March 10, 2008

Lambda Pi Alpha Sorority Scholarship

Lambda Pi Alpha Sorority is an African American Nursing Sorority that was founded in 1930 at McHarry Medical College School of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee. The Beta Mu Chapter of Lambda Pi Alpha was organized in 1934 at Provident Hospital, Chicago, Illinois.

The sorority's primary goal is to raise the professional standards of nursing. They have accomplished this by establishing scholarships for nursing students, stimulating registered nurses to continue their education, and participating in community activities.

The sorority is awarding a scholarship in the amount of $1,500 to a deserving upper level undergraduate nursing student in a B.S.N. program. The sorority is interested in assisting African American students, U.S.A. citizens, toward completion of a course of study in professional nursing.

In order to qualify for the scholarship, the student must:

1) Submit an official school transcript showing a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
2) Submit a typed statement of reason or desire to receive this financial scholarship.
3) Submit three (3) letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a nusring faculty member.
4) Be an undergraduate student who has completed at least one semester of nursing coursework.
5) Successfully complete an interview with the scholarship committee.

The completed application form, which can be obtained from our secretary, Brenda Parham in the Department of Nursing, letters of recommendation, and transcripts should be mailed to:

Leretha R. Thomas
3912 West 76th Place
Chicago, IL 60652

The application deadline is April 30, 2008.

For more information please visit their website at http://www.lambdapialpha.org

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February 20, 2008

IL Dept. of Health Nursing Education Scholarship Program

The Illinois Department of Public Health Nursing Education Scholarship Program Pursuant to The Nursing Education Scholarship Law (ILCS 975/) for the 2008-2009 Academic Year appliation will be available online at http://app.idph.state.il.us/RuralHealth/nesp/ beginning March 1, 2008. The deadline for the application is May 31, 2008.

The purpose of the program is to increase the number of nurses available for employment in Illinois by offering scholarships to overcome financial barriers to education. With regards to GSU, the program provides financial assistance to qualified individuals pursing a baccalaureate degree or a graduate degree in nursing.

In order to be eligible, an applicant must be:

a resident of Illinois for at least one year prior to application, and be a citizen or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States;

enrolled in or accepted for admission to a nursing program in Illinois that is approved by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations, Division of Professional Regulations; and

in need of financial assistance based on applicant's 2008-2009 Student Aid Report.

If you have any questions regarding the application process you can call the Center for Rural Health at 217.782.1624 or toll free at 800.821.3635.

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February 04, 2008

Looking for Nursing Mentors!!!
Prairie State College Nursing Retention Program

The Illinois Education Foundation is partnering with Aetna, ISAC, and PSC in a comprehensive program designed to help students attain a nursing degree. We need registered nurses to serve in the program as mentors. Do you have one hour per month to meet with a nursing student? If so, please contact Risa Denenfeld at (312) 920-9605 or risa.denenfeld@iledfoundation.org.

The nursing flyer can be downloaded by selecting this button. Download file.

The IEF Mentor Job Description and Illinois Education Foundation Mentor Application can be obtain by sending an email to Risa Denenfeld at the email address stated above.

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July 27, 2007

The NLN Foundation Minority Faculty Preparation Scholarship

The NLN Foundation Minority Faculty Preparation Scholarship has been created to provide financial support to students in master's degree nursing education programs who identify as underrepresented minorities and are preparing for the nurse faculty role. Two scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $5,000 each. For more information and to download an application, please visit www.nlnfoundation.org.

Application Deadline: Friday, August 10, 2007

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July 26, 2007

Annie Lawrence Scholarship by Dr. Constance Edwards

When the University went from smaller departments with their own chairs Nursing, Communications Disorders, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy were combined as NCOP with Dr. Lawrence as chair. PT and OT were created while Dr. Lawrence was chair. Dr. Lawrence was highly respected by all of the programs and worked with them as closely as she did with nursing to insure all of the programs' quality and integrity.

Dr. Lawrence was the chair for the Nursing Program through all of its accreditation self studies and report writings. All nursing faculty, support course faculty and students were involved in the processes and students and community people were held accountable to be articulate about the GSU programs. She became a NLNAC site visitor after we received initial accreditation. Through much of our initial work when accreditation concerns was not a GSU priority Dr. Lawrence stood firm for the nursing program's quality and even used her own money at times to keep the nursing program properly positioned. She was on advisory boards of many of the other nursing programs in the state and consulted with several schools on their nursing programs. She insured that the GSU nursing faculty were well connected with other nursing programs and with programs within GSU. She was the lead instructor and mentor for the Nurse Administrator track in the graduate program when nursing offered 3 Functional role areas: Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Educator and Nurse Administrator. The nursing faculty insured that she was the first Professor Emeritus from CHP when she retired. She secured the Nurse Traineeship grant and passed it down to me to keep up and reapply for, which we did through time when it was a challenge to position our part-time students to be eligible for it. Dr. Lawrence was the Director of the Department of Education and Registration prior to coming to GSU. She was also President of the Illinois Nurses Association. She was highly respected by the organization that was called the Illinois Association of Deans and Directors. No doubt the "Directors" was added to the organizations names to assure that GSU would have representation even though our head was not a Dean. To my knowledge GSU never missed being represented on any organization because our status was not Dean. Even when our CHP had its first and only nurse as acting dean, the person serving as Program Director for nursing was highly respected and accepted at that Deans and Directors meeting, I believe mostly due to Dr. Lawrence status in State of Illinois Nursing and her insistence of positioning the GSU nursing programs as being among the best in the state. We had nursing cohorts around the state when they were called Outreach programs because Dr. Lawrence insisted that we provide nurse education where other nursing programs would not. It was a "condition of employment for nursing faculty to belong to the Illinois Nurses Association". She was very regulation conscious and GSU was never out of compliance with any state regulation, thus our foundation for the nursing program at GSU is a very solid one. She is a strict parliamentarian and a member of a national organization of parliamentarian. She consulted with several nursing programs to build up their programs, especially the ones that were feeder schools to GSU.

The Annie Lawrence Scholarship will be available for Winter 2008 trimester for a nursing student. For more information and an application for the Annie Lawrence Scholarship please go to GSU Alumni Association.

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March 07, 2007

Spring/Summer 2007 Tuition Waivers

Spring/Summer 2007 Tuition Waivers. Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition Waivers (1 each) are available for the Spring/Summer 2007 trimester. Applications can be obtained either outside the Department of Nursing or with the Department’s Secretary. The Nursing Faculty selects the tuition waiver recipients. A waiver gives the student a tuition-free trimester of classes; the student is responsible for the fees. The eligibility for the undergraduate and graduate tuition waivers is slightly different so please pick up the appropriate forms. Please submit your applications to your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann by April 1, 2007, the decision will be made no later than April 13, 2007. If you have any questions, please email (l-mccann@govst.edu) or phone (708/534-4035) your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann.

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September 04, 2006

Winter 2007 Tuition Waiver Information

Winter 2007 Tuition Waivers. Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition Waivers (1 each) are available for the Winter 2007 trimester. Applications can be obtained either outside the Department of Nursing or with the Department’s Secretary. The Nursing Faculty selects the tuition waiver recipients. A waiver gives the student a tuition-free trimester of classes; the student is responsible for the fees. The eligibility for the undergraduate and graduate tuition waivers is slightly different so please pick up the appropriate forms. Please submit your applications to your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann by November 1, 2006, the decision will be made no later than November 17, 2006. If you have any questions, please email (l-mccann@govst.edu) or phone (708/534-4035) your Academic Advisor, Linda McCann.

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