ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING (ADN) students who have successfully completed one semester of the Associate Degree Nursing Program may be available for scholarship assistance if they have proof that they do not qualify for federal financial aid. The following scholarship application should be submitted to the Associate Degree Nursing Office along with documentation of ineligibility for federal aid.
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
Nursing Scholarships/Academic Scholarships
Dr. Roger Weiner Associate Degree and Practical Nursing Scholarship
Application Packs may be obtained at Coahoma Community College’s (CCC) Allied Health Training Center.
Eligibility requirements include:
THE BOLIVAR MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION is a Scholarship program for students who are enrolled in Delta State University, Coahoma Community College, or Mississippi Delta Community College. The scholarship is presented yearly to the college and will be awarded and managed by the Leaders of Institution’s Nursing Program. The student must have been accepted in the nursing program, have at least a 3.0 GPA, full-time, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and fulfill acceptable progress guidelines in the program. There is a length of obligation to work in Bolivar County: student receiving one or two semesters shall be employed for a minimum of one year, three or four semesters will be employed for a minimum of two years, and for five semesters for a minimum of three years. Applications will be available at the Robert G. “Brick” Mason Building at 901 Ohio Avenue, Clarksdale, MS.
The ROBERT SWATZELL HEALTH SCIENCES SCHOLARSHIP is designed to provide financial assistance to those students enrolled in a certificate or degree program offered in the Health Science Division. These funds are stipulated for students with no other means of financial assistance.
Certificate Programs, limited to $500 per student per program:
Students in the EKG/Phlebotomy/Nursing Assistant programs may qualify for up to $750 if entered into one additional Certificate program.
Associate Degree Programs, limited to $1,000 per student per program:
These funds are designed to assist the student specifically during the summer semester(s) between the first and second year of studies. The qualifying student should maintain a 3.0 GPA in all core subjects; students with a 2.5 GPA may be recommended.
A listing of additional academic and other student scholarship can be found in the Coahoma Community College Catalog.