A nationwide nursing shortage has and will continue to cause devastating impacts in our healthcare system. The need is great, and the call to care has never been louder. In an unprecedented campaign to recruit students who already hold bachelor’s degrees in non-nursing fields, William Carey University is doing its part to fill the need for nurses by launching a new scholarship initiative to empower the next generation of nurses as they answer the call to care.
Prospective nursing students with a prior bachelor’s degree in any field and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher may apply to Carey Health Science’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program with a 25-65% tuition reduction. This scholarship program is designed to enter more qualified, compassionate nurses into the healthcare field by making a career in nursing more attainable than ever. Change your life and the lives of others by answering the call to care at William Carey University.
Scholarship amounts are based on these academic performance-based tiers:
3.0 – 3.39 GPA – 25% scholarship
3.4 – 3.69 GPA – 45% scholarship
3.7 – 4.0+ GPA – 65% scholarship
Scholarship applies to all courses in the BSN program of study, not NUR courses exclusively. Scholarship applies to tuition rates only. Students will be responsible for paying all associated fees. If the student qualifies for VA benefits, they will receive the higher amount go financial assistance only.
Applicant Prerequisites & Requirements
In addition to all other nursing admission criteria, prospective students must:
Have a previous Bachelor’s degree in any field
Have and maintain a 3.0+ cumulative GPA. GPA will be based only on courses required for the BSN degree and calculated at the end of each academic term. If GPA requirements are not maintained, scholarship will be forfeited for the following term. Scholarship can be reinstated at the corresponding discount level for the recalculated GPA if the student resumes a 3.0+ cumulative GPA the following term.
The Nursing BSN program is offered in an in-person format at all three William Carey University locations. The curriculum includes traditional class instruction along with labs, clinicals, and preceptorship.
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The baccalaureate and master’s degree programs in nursing at William Carey University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org
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