School of Nursing and Health Studies

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Funding your education

There are many options for funding your education which may include both federal and state Financial Aid and scholarships. 

School of Nursing & Health Studies Scholarships

The School of Nursing and Health Studies (SNHS) offers a variety of scholarships, including Recruitment and Retention scholarships based on Merit, Research, Community-engagement, and those to support students experiencing an emergency or hardship. SNHS scholarships strive to ensure that higher education remains accessible and extends the mission of the School. By establishing a School-wide NHS scholarship program, incoming and continuing students in all of our programs have the opportunity to apply to multiple scholarships using a universal application. The School’s scholarships are funded primarily by donations and institutional resources thus availability of funding varies annually. Retention scholarships are intended for continuing students and require the student to apply. Recruitment scholarships are intended for graduate students who are in the process of applying to the program and do not require an application. Scholarship applications are generally reviewed and awarded in the Fall through Spring quarters each year.

The SNHS Scholarships reflect the values and mission of the school: 

  1. Improving the Health of Diverse Communities: these types of scholarships consider a student’s commitment to community engagement and diversity. 

  2. Excellence in Education: these types of scholarships consider a student’s academic merit.

  3. Hardship and/or Financial Need-Based: these types of scholarships consider extenuating circumstances that may have impacted a student’s academic progress or success. 

All SNHS students are encouraged to apply. 

Deadline for Spring 2020 Scholarships is February 1st, 2020!

 

Apply for Spring 2020 Scholarships 

 


Other scholarship opportunities

Most scholarships are merit-based while some may require evidence of financial need, community service, or affiliation with certain groups or programs of study according to their decision-making criteria.

Be sure to read the application requirements carefully. 

Federal Student Aid and the US Department of Education

By applying for Financial Aid, you will be considered for various grants and educational loans! Be sure to visit the UW Bothell Financial Aid and Scholarship site.

The US Department of Education offers other opportunities to finance your education. 

Loan repayment programs

  • The Health Professional Loan Repayment Program was created to attract and retain licensed health professionals to serve in critical shortage areas in Washington state. The program provides educational loan repayment assistance to licensed primary care health professionals.