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<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Students who wish to be considered for UNMC academic scholarships should complete the UNMC Scholarship Application found on their People Soft TO DO LIST by April 1 or within 45 days after acceptance to the CON.  The application is completed only once upon admission to the CON.  Some graduate scholarships may also require application through the Graduate Studies Office. </li>
 
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Students who wish to be considered for UNMC academic scholarships should complete the UNMC Scholarship Application found on their People Soft TO DO LIST by April 1 or within 45 days after acceptance to the CON.  The application is completed only once upon admission to the CON.  Some graduate scholarships may also require application through the Graduate Studies Office. </li>
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Graduate students interested in graduate assistantships should apply by June 1 and October 1 to the College of Nursing Student Services.  Interviews will be conducted by departments or faculty with money designated for graduate assistantships after June 1 for the academic year and October 1 for spring semester. </li>
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<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Graduate students interested in graduate assistantships should apply by June 1 and October 1 to the College of Nursing Student Services.  Interviews will be conducted by faculty with money designated for graduate assistantships after June 1 for the academic year and October 1 for spring semester. </li>
 
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Graduate student scholarship funds are reviewed and awarded by the Professional Graduate Nursing Program Admission, Progression, Graduation and Scholarship Committee, and the PhD Affairs Council, annually prior to the fall semester.  Occasionally, awards become available for allocation at other times during the academic year, and the Professional Graduate Nursing Program Admission, Progression, Graduation and Scholarship Committee and/or the PhD Affairs Council hold special meeting(s) to determine recipients of those awards.</li>
 
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">Graduate student scholarship funds are reviewed and awarded by the Professional Graduate Nursing Program Admission, Progression, Graduation and Scholarship Committee, and the PhD Affairs Council, annually prior to the fall semester.  Occasionally, awards become available for allocation at other times during the academic year, and the Professional Graduate Nursing Program Admission, Progression, Graduation and Scholarship Committee and/or the PhD Affairs Council hold special meeting(s) to determine recipients of those awards.</li>
 
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">If applicants appear equally qualified for a scholarship, funds are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and to students who have demonstrated success in the Graduate Programs. Other considerations in the event of a tie, include, but are not limited to, full time status in the Graduate Program and service to the University.  Students’ cumulative grade point averages are used to determine academic excellence.<br /><br />Some funds from the University of Nebraska Foundation are derived from monies designated for both undergraduate and graduate students.  The graduate student portion of the funds is based upon the percentage of graduate students in the total CON student population.</li>
 
<li style="margin-bottom:15px;">If applicants appear equally qualified for a scholarship, funds are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and to students who have demonstrated success in the Graduate Programs. Other considerations in the event of a tie, include, but are not limited to, full time status in the Graduate Program and service to the University.  Students’ cumulative grade point averages are used to determine academic excellence.<br /><br />Some funds from the University of Nebraska Foundation are derived from monies designated for both undergraduate and graduate students.  The graduate student portion of the funds is based upon the percentage of graduate students in the total CON student population.</li>

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