Chamberlain University Scholarship – East Region

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University-East Region (includes the following states: New Jersey and Virginia).  The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University in one of the east region campuses.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:

In what ways have you contributed to your community, work or charitable organization. Beyond your career aspiration or current employment, how do you plan to use your degree to enrich and give back to your community?

  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Chamberlain University Scholarship – North Region

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University-North Region (includes the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio). The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University at one of the north region campuses.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:

In what ways have you contributed to your community, work or charitable organization. Beyond your career aspiration or current employment, how do you plan to use your degree to enrich and give back to your community?

  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Chamberlain University Scholarship – South Region

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University-South Region (includes the following states: Georgia, Louisiana, and North Carolina).  The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University at one of the south region campuses.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:

In what ways have, you contributed to your community, work or charitable organization. Beyond your career aspiration or current employment, how do you plan to use your degree to enrich and give back to your community?

  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Chamberlain University Scholarship – West Region

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University-West Region (includes the following states: Arizona, California, Nevada and Texas). The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University at one of the west region campuses.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:

In what ways have you contributed to your community, work or charitable organization. Beyond your career aspiration or current employment, how do you plan to use your degree to enrich and give back to your community?

  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Chamberlain University Scholarship RN/BSN Online

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled in the Chamberlain University RN/BSN Online program. The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled in the Chamberlain University RN/BSN Online Program.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:

In what ways have you contributed to your community, work or charitable organization. Beyond your career aspiration or current employment, how do you plan to use your degree to enrich and give back to your community?

  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Chamberlain Global Health Education Scholarship

This scholarship is ONLY for students who will be planning on going on a Global Health Education Program trip.

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University. The scholarship will be disbursed in full in advance of the trip but after the trip cancellation deadline. The student must also enroll or participate in NR 441, which includes participating in the international clinical experience to receive the disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University.
  • Applicant must complete and submit the online application for global health program (NR441). Click here to go to website: GHEP Website
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include the January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above on 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:Describe the importance of providing health care to those who have not had access to services. Provide examples of how you have provided assistance to others in need from your community, work, or school environment. 
  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.

Dr. Connie Curran Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Connie Curran started out as a nurse before moving into consulting and executive positions during a career focused on health care and education. Connie was such a strong voice for nursing and committed to expanding quality nursing programs and giving students the opportunity to enter her beloved profession.

Born and raised in Berlin, Wis., Ms. Curran often said she was inspired to become a nurse after a tornado hit her hometown in 1956 and she saw women in crisp white nursing uniforms driving Red Cross trucks and aiding townspeople. At 17, Ms. Curran entered nursing school at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

In 2010, Dr. Curran started Best on Board, a firm aimed at equipping health care trustees with tools and ultimately bringing more nurses, minorities and other underrepresented groups onto health care organizations’ boards. Ms. Curran also served on the boards of Adtalem Global Education, DePaul University, IDX Systems, the University of Wisconsin Foundation, Allegiance Corp. and Pyxis.

Dr. Curran died of complications from breast cancer in 2015. She had battled breast cancer for 13 years.

Scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University. The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:Describe the importance of providing service to others and how you have either specifically benefited from or provided assistance to others in your school, community or work. Provide evidence on how your service has impacted others. 
  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by completion of the FAFSA.

Kathleen Modene Memorial Scholarship

“After meeting Kathy for the first time, I remember thinking how incredibly intelligent, fun-spirited and congenial she was. I knew from that day, if I ever had any questions, she was the woman to go to.”

This was the impression of many people who came to know Kathleen “Kathy” Modene, a former Chamberlain University colleague, who passed away in May. Her compassion, caring nature and commitment to helping others led Kathy to follow her childhood dream of becoming a nurse.

Upon completing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, she began her career in pediatrics at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Her journey in academia included the Master of Science degree in nursing, which combined her love of pediatrics with a specialty in mental health nursing. During her tenure at Deaconess College of Nursing, Kathy served as a faculty member, dean of academic affairs and coordinator for the associate degree in nursing program. The influence of her life’s work will long be felt in the success of countless nurses, faculty, staff and other professionals whose lives she touched.

Two scholarships valued up to $1,500 each will be awarded to eligible students enrolled at Chamberlain University. The recipient must be enrolled for each session/semester at the time of disbursement. The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:

  • Applicant must be enrolled at Chamberlain University.
  • Applicant must have successfully transferred or completed at least twenty-four (24) credit hours (may include January session).
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant must complete an essay no more than 500 words on the following topic:Describe what distinguishes your passion for nursing and identify the three most important attributes of an exemplary nurse. Explain how you will demonstrate these attributes throughout the remainder of your training and career.
  • Applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or leader in the community who is familiar with the applicant but is not related.
  • Applicant is to be judged in need of financial assistance from information obtained from the Office of Financial Aid, in part by the completion of the FAFSA.