Before applying at any FNU Scholarship, please note the following:

  • Students can only apply to a maximum of ONE FNU scholarship at any given time.
  • International students, if they qualify, may only apply for the International Scholarship (for an Associate Degree program).
  • Students that are receiving financial assistance from Vocational Rehabilitation, Military Active Duty, or VA do not qualify for any FNU scholarship
  • The following Scholarships do not apply to students studying in an ESL program.

 

FNU Scholarship Beneficiary Requirements for everyone

Students that are awarded a scholarship are required to perform community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of a scholarship; if you do not complete your hours within the specified time period (end of semester), you will forfeit the scholarship.

For more information on the requirements to fulfill your community service, contact the Academic Advising Office.

Amount of hours required:

Program

Required # of Volunteer Hours

Total hours required by the end of the program

Verification Form Due

Associate degree programs

25 per semester

150

The last Monday of the semester

Bachelor degree programs

25 per semester

300

The last Monday of the semester

Graduate degree programs

25 per

Semester

75

The last Monday of the semester

ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP

girl graduate portraitThe Academic Scholarship is granted to freshmen and transfer students according to their GPA and/or SAT/ACT scores. The list below specifies the yearly amount awarded. Recipients of this scholarship must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA every semester to continue to be eligible for the Academic Scholarship.

• This scholarship is awarded at time of enrollment and renewed every academic year.

ACT

16 – 20

21 – 25

26 -30

31 – 36

SAT

770 – 970

980 – 1180

1181 – 1350

1360 – 1600

GPA 2.0 – 2.4

1,260.00

1,386.00

1,512.00

1,638.00

GPA 2.5 – 2.9

1,764.00

1,890.00

2,016.00

2,142.00

GPA 3.0 – 3.5

2,268.00

2,394.00

2,520.00

2,646.00

GPA 3.6 – 4.0

2,772.00

2,898.00

3,024.00

3,150.00

 

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

ALPHA PHI SIGMA – MU ZETA PRESIDENTIAL AWARD

alpha phi sigma logoThe Alpha Phi Sigma – Mu Zeta Presidential Award is for those students who are Honor Society members and active members of the Mu Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma. The award of $1,000.00 is given every year to the winner of an essay contest on the subject of “How can an FNU degree assist you in becoming an ethical member within your profession?” Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Deadline: July 31st and December 31st of every year.
All documents must be turned in, in a sealed envelope to the Advising Office before July 31st of each year.
Basis for Selection: The content of the essay and the writing skills exhibited in the essay.
Sum Awarded: $1,000.00 will be applied to the student’s tuition at the moment of graduation from a Bachelor or Master Degree program.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR THE ALPHA PHI SIGMA–MU ZETA PRESIDENTIAL AWARD

The applicant must:
1. Be actively enrolled in an UPPER LEVEL or GRADUATE degree program at Florida National University (Students enrolled in the MBA program may apply).
2. Be enrolled at least half time in the junior or senior year of one of the following degree programs: Bachelor of Criminal Justice or Bachelor in Legal Studies
3. Be an active member of the Mu Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma
4. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5
5. Have participated in a MINIMUM of eight (8) Mu Zeta Chapter or Florida National University extracurricular events (ex. fundraisers, meetings, trainings, etc.) during the year prior to applying.
6. Provide One letter of recommendation from a faculty member
7. Submit a paper. Topic: How can an FNU degree assist you in becoming an ethical member within your profession?

BACCALAUREATE INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP

graduation cap on student decorated with Venezuelan flag This scholarship has been established for International Students interested in enrolling in a baccalaureate program at FNU. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Sum awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost.
The student must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above to be eligible for this Scholarship for the following semester.
Source: University revenue.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 150 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

BERTA REDONDO SCHOLARSHIP

study group of students talkingThis scholarship has been named after one of the founders’ family members whose love and dedication to our institution left a mark in the development and growth of the institution. It is awarded to FNU graduates of any degree program enrolling in the BSN Advance and BS-RRT in order to honor them for their outstanding effort completing a degree program at FNU.

Basis for Selection: Be an FNU graduate.
The students status as an ALUMNI (AE) must be verified (transcripts or internal database) before scholarship can be applied.
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost.

Students receiving the Berta Redondo Scholarship will be entitled to only one scholarship per academic year.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 150 – 300 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

CITY OF HIALEAH PARKS & RECREATION SCHOLARSHIP

City of Hialeah Parks & Recreation LogoThrough the City of Hialeah Scholarship Board, Inc., FNU will offer scholarships for students engaged in City of Hialeah youth programming. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

THE APPLICANT MUST:
1. Be a City of Hialeah resident who is a Junior or Senior in high school
2. Have a 2.5 GPA or greater
3. Be between 17 – 19 years old

For more information, see a City of Hialeah Education Specialist or Park Director.

Students that are awarded an FNU scholarship are required to perform community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

FNU students at Domestic Violence RallyThis scholarship is awarded to top applicants who have demonstrated commitment to community service. In order to qualify, applicants must turn in a documented list of community service activities completed in high school. This document must be signed by the high school counselor or cap advisor. Applications are available at the Academic Advising Office.

• Annual award of $1,500 per year.
• Renewable every year. Recipients must submit documentation of continued community service.
• Students that are awarded an FNU scholarship are required to perform community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

Please note that students with full tuition scholarships are unable to apply for any other scholarships.

DIAZ-BALART SCHOLARSHIP

Lincoln Diaz-Balart at Press ConferenceThe Díaz-Balart Scholarship has been established by Florida National University to honor the Díaz-Balart family. Political immigrants from Cuba, the Díaz-Balart family has continued in the United States its long history of public service, which began many years ago in their homeland. The scholarship is awarded to a student who is an immigrant to the United States of America. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

The scholarship is to be awarded every year to the winner of an essay contest, written by high school candidates on the subject of “Educational Opportunities within the American Democracy”.

Deadline: June 1
Basis for Selection: Must be an immigrant to the United States of America. The content of the essay and the writing skills exhibited in the essay.
Source of the Díaz-Balart Scholarship: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The complete tuition cost of the program for baccalaureate and associate degree programs offered by FNU.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 150 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

Application procedure for the Diaz-Balart scholarship
THE APPLICANT MUST:
1. Be a graduating senior of a Dade County public or private high school.
2. Be a U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen, or other eligible non-citizen (humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant, refugee status, asylum).
3. Provide two testimonials from school, business, church and/or leaders in the community testifying to good moral character and reputation.
4. Demonstrate financial need.
5. Submit official high school transcript with the application.

DR. MANUEL VIAMONTE SCHOLARSHIP

Radiology students and professor pose for photo in classroomThe Dr. Manuel Viamonte Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship to be awarded to a Radiology Technology student. The scholarship will be awarded every year to the winner of an essay contest, open to high school candidates, on the subject of “The Importance of studies in Radiology.
Deadline: June 1
Basis for Selection: The content of the essay and the writing skills exhibited in the essay.
Source: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The complete tuition cost of the Radiology Technology program.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

Application procedure for the Dr. Viamonte scholarship

The applicant must:
1. Be a graduating senior of a Dade County public or private high school.
2. Be a U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen, or other eligible non-citizen (humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant, refugee status, asylum).
3. Provide two testimonials from school, business, church and/or leaders in the community testifying to good moral character and reputation.
4. Submit an essay on “The Importance of studies in Radiology.”
5. Demonstrate financial need.
6. Submit official high school transcript with the application.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 150 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

Dental Students and Alumni at FNU pose for a photo after dentistry seminarThe FNU Alumni Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. This scholarship is to be awarded every year to any graduate from one of FNU’s programs who enroll in another program. The purpose of the scholarship is to help the graduates of FNU continue in their journey of academic fulfillment and attainment. Specific programs are not eligible for the alumni scholarship. These programs are: MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Basis for Selection: Student must be a graduate from one of FNU’s programs.
The students status as an ALUMNI (AE) must be verified (transcripts or internal database) before scholarship can be applied.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Deadline: N/A
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost (based on the tuition of either the undergraduate or the graduate program the student is enrolling in).

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU ALUMNI (AE) FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

Dental director Dr. Restrepo poses with Alumnus in front of FNU BannerThe FNU Alumni (ae) Family Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. This scholarship is to be awarded every year to any immediate family member (spouse or children) of an FNU graduate. The purpose of the scholarship is to help the graduate’s family member continue on his/her journey of academic fulfillment and attainment. This scholarship is for career programs and specific programs are not eligible for this scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Basis for Selection: Student must be an immediate family member (spouse or children) of an FNU graduate. The students status as an ALUMNI (AE) must be verified (transcripts or internal database) before scholarship can be applied.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Deadline: N/A
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost (based on the tuition of either the undergraduate or the graduate program the student is enrolling in).

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP

FNU Women's Soccer Team USCAA 2017 Runner-UpIs a Florida National University Scholarship to be awarded to Men or Women Athletes who still have collegiate athletic eligibility remaining who possess the athletic ability and academic standards necessary to prosperously build upon the Department of Athletics Mission Statement. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Deadline: N/A
Basis for Selection: Meet academic standards and athletic expectations of Florida National University, its Athletic department and the athletes respective sport coach.
Source: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: Any dollar amount up to all tuition for a baccalaureate degree program (does not include textbooks, uniforms, other required materials or program-related fees/incurred expenses) offered by Florida National University.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 300 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU ATHLETIC FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP

Baseball teamIs a Florida National University Scholarship to be awarded to an incoming freshman that has graduated from an approved high school the prior year with a graduating GPA of 2.0 and will be pursuing a Bachelor’s (BA/BS) Degree at FNU. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

This person must possess the academic standard (2.0) and maintain a 2.0 GPA every semester to continue to be eligible for the Academic Scholarship.
Deadline: N/A
Basis for Selection: Meet academic standards and show proof of approved High School Diploma from previous year to study at FNU.
Sum Awarded: Annual award of $500.00 per year

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 300 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU ATHLETIC INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP

Students wearing different country flagsIs a Florida National University Scholarship to be awarded to an international student pursuing a Bachelors (BA/BS) Degree at FNU. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

This person must possess the academic standard (2.0) and maintain a 2.0 GPA every semester to continue to be eligible for the Academic Scholarship.
Deadline: N/A
Basis for Selection: Meet academic standards and show proof of international eligibility to study at FNU.
Sum Awarded: Annual award of $1,500.00 per year

The scholarship does not cover Registration and Application fees. All remaining fees must be paid on time or the student will lose his/her eligibility to the scholarship and special tuition rate.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 300 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU ATHLETIC TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP

Is a Florida National University Scholarship to be awarded to a transfer student from another 2 or 4-year institution with a transferring GPA of 2.0 pursuing a Bachelor’s (BA/BS) Degree at FNU. This person must possess the academic standard (2.0) and maintain a 2.0 GPA every semester to continue to be eligible for the Academic Scholarship. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Deadline: N/A
Basis for Selection: Meet academic standards and show proof of transfer status to study at FNU.
Sum Awarded: Annual award of $750.00 per year

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 300 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

Full Athletic Scholarships are based on 12 credits a semester (24 credits for a School year and no classes during the SUMMER). Any extra credit requested by the students aside from the 24 credits to be taken in the calendar year will have to be paid by the student.

FNU BAHAMIAN SCHOLARSHIP

The FNU Bahamian Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. The scholarship is to be awarded every year to Bahamian Citizen that apply and will be attending Online/Virtual Classes only.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the published tuition cost for a masters, baccalaureate or associate degree and diploma programs offered by FNU.
FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU / GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP

The FNU/Government Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. The scholarship is to be awarded every year to government employees. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Basis for Selection: Must be a government employee; referral must be from a government agency.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost for a masters, baccalaureate or associate degree program offered by FNU for the employee and 15% for the employee’s family member.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU GRADUATE ASSISTANT AND TEAM MANAGER SCHOLARSHIP

Are Florida National University Scholarships to be awarded to the following:
A: the Graduate Assistant Scholarship is awarded to a student registered in one of FNU’s Master programs:
B: the Team Manager Scholarship is to be awarded to a student registered in one of FNU’s baccalaureate degree programs:

…and has proven knowledge and background of how an Athletic Department functions.

The person must possess the academic standard and athletic stability necessary to promote the functionality of the Athletic Department and build upon the Athletic Departments’ Mission Statement.
Specific programs are not eligible for this scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Florida National University will award 2 scholarships per team.
Deadline: N/A
Basis for Selection: Meet FNU’s Academic standards and athletic expectations. Demonstrate functionality within the Athletic Department and the respective sport for which the student(s) will work with. Each applicant will go through an interview process.
Sum Awarded: Any dollar amount up to all tuition for a graduate or baccalaureate degree program offered by Florida National University.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

FNU M-DCPS HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS SCHOLARSHIP

FNU will offer one scholarship, per senior high/charter school, each year to a graduating senior that meets the following criteria:

THE APPLICANT MUST:
1. Be a U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen, or other eligible non-citizen (humanitarian parole, Cuban-Haitian Entrant, refugee status, asylum).
2. Be enrolled as a senior in one of the local M-DCPS Senior High Schools or Charter Schools
3. Have a 2.5 GPA or greater
4. Be recommended by two teachers and/or counselor.
5. The high school needs to submit the selected student’s required documentation (copy of report card) to the University for Acceptance.
6. Scholarship recipients must submit quarterly information on their academic grades and the number of credits taken per semester.

All applicants must complete the required scholarship application form and submit it to FNU’s Office of the Vice-President of Academic Affairs.

Deadline: June 1
Basis for Selection: The content of the essay and the writing skills exhibited in the essay. Topic: “The Importance of a University Education”
Source: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The complete tuition cost of the program for a baccalaureate or associate degree program offered by FNU (excluding the following programs – Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant).

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 150 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE DAPHNE CAMPBELL NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship has been established to honor and recognize Mrs. Daphne Campbell, Florida House Representative and distinguished member of our community. Mrs. Campbell was born in Haiti where she attended SOD Nursing School and received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Presently she holds an RN license and her heart and efforts are in the improvements and enhancements of the state’s health system.

The scholarship is to be awarded every year to a future nursing student (ADN or BSN) based on the following guidelines:

1. Be a graduating senior of a Dade County Public or private high school.
2. Cumulative GPA of 3.0
3. Provide two reference letters from school, business, church and/or leaders in the community.
4. Submit official high school transcripts with the application.
5. Demonstrate financial need
6. Complete an essay on “The Value of Nurses in the Health Field” (at least 500 words).

Sum awarded: The complete tuition cost of the program (does not include textbooks, uniforms, other required materials or program-related fees/incurred expenses).
Source: University revenue.

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 150 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PREVIOUSLY GRADUATED FROM FNU

This scholarship has been established for International Students previously graduated from an ESL program at FNU. Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: Nursing, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

The scholarship is to be awarded to international students who have graduated from an ESL program at FNU and will re-enroll in an associate degree program.

Basis for Selection: Applicant must have completed Intermediate Level or demonstrate proficiency in the English Language. All applicants will be interviewed by the ESL Division Head.

Sum awarded: The Scholarship is merit based and will cover up to 50% of the tuition.
The student must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above to be eligible for this Scholarship for the following semester.

The scholarship does not cover Registration and Application fees. All remaining fees must be paid on time or the student will lose his/her eligibility to the scholarship and special tuition rate.

Source: University revenue.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 150 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

JOSE REGUEIRO SCHOLARSHIP

The José Regueiro Scholarship, in honor of the President of the institution, is a Florida National University scholarship. The scholarship is to be awarded every year to the winner of an essay contest, open to high school candidates, on the subject of “The Importance of a University Degree.”

Deadline: June 1
Basis for Selection: The content of the essay and the writing skills exhibited in the essay.
Sum Awarded: The complete tuition cost of the program of his/her choice from the Associate of Arts or Science Degree programs offered by FNU (excluding the following programs – Nursing, MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant).

Application procedure for the J. Regueiro scholarship

The applicant must:
1. Be a graduating senior of a Dade County public or private high school.
2. Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
3. Provide two testimonials from school, business, church and/or leaders in the community testifying to good moral character and reputation.
4. Submit an essay on “The Importance of a University Degree.”
5. Demonstrate financial need.
6. Submit official high school transcript with the application.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 150 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

LITTLE ANGELS CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT CENTER SCHOLARSHIP

little girls at school writing The Little Angels Children Development Center Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. This scholarship is to be awarded every year to children that graduate from the Little Angels Children Development Center and will enroll in one of FNU’s programs after they have graduated from high school. The purpose of the scholarship is to help the prospective students in their journey of academic fulfillment and attainment.
Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: MSN, Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Basis for Selection: to have graduated from the Little Angels Children Development Center. The Little Angels Children Development Center must provide a letter stating the student attended the center.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Deadline: N/A
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition (based on the tuition of either the undergraduate or the graduate program the student is enrolling in).

Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

THE MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AT FLORIDA NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

medical professional students discussing xrayMedical professionals residing in the state of Florida can apply for a scholarship with Florida National University.

The Medical Professional Scholarship at Florida National University can be awarded every year to active employees of the Medical Profession residing in the State of Florida, who are not graduates from FNU, and plan to enroll in an approved Health Care program.

Basis for Selection: Must be an active employee in the Medical profession in the State of Florida. To be eligible the applicant must provide a letter from the employer’s Human Resources Department or the most recent pay stub and a work ID.
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuitioncost for a masters, baccalaureate, or associate degree program offered by FNU*.
*Specific programs are not eligible for the scholarship. These programs are: MSN, Respiratory Therapy AS, and Physical Therapist Assistant.
Students receiving the Medical Professional Scholarship will be entitled to only one scholarship per academic year.
Students awarded this scholarship will be required to perform 75 – 300 community/university service hours (hours are dependent on the program enrolled in). These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

MSN-NURSE EDUCATOR CONCENTRATION SCHOLARSHIP

The MSN/Nurse Educator Concentration Scholarship is a Florida National University scholarship. This scholarship is to be awarded every year to students enrolled in the MSN-Nurse Educator concentration. The purpose of the scholarship is to help Nurses to be well prepared to contribute to the education of future Nurses.

Basis for Selection: Students must be accepted and enrolled in the program (MSN-Nurse Educator Concentration). Comply with the admissions requirements for the program (MSN-Nurse Educator Concentration).
Source of the Scholarship: University revenue.
Deadline: N/A
Sum Awarded: The scholarship covers 20% of the tuition cost.

Students awarded this scholarship are required to perform 75 community/university service hours. These hours are a mandatory component as a recipient of an FNU scholarship.

FNU reserves the right to modify or terminate this and all scholarships at FNU’s sole discretion.

 

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