Scholarship Application Information
Scholarship Application

Union County College (UCC) Scholarships
In addition to federal and state funded aid, scholarships are available to assist qualified students to meet their educational expenses. UCC Scholarships are applied for and administered through Union County College.

Trinitas School of Nursing Scholarships
The nursing scholarships listed below are awarded to Trinitas nursing students who are in good standing, enrolled in clinical nursing course (Generic track: NURE 132 and above, LPN-RN track: NURE 250 and above), and who demonstrate academic excellence and/or financial need. Awards are based on available funds and awarded to students based on GPA rank order or demonstrated financial need. Students must also meet further eligibility requirements specific to the scholarship criteria.

Applications for School of Nursing scholarships are available on the School of Nursing website and in the School of Nursing office and must be completed for all nursing scholarships (including the Kellogg Scholarship). Please direct questions regarding School of Nursing scholarships to the Trinitas School of Nursing Office.

Please Note:
> A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required for Trinitas School of Nursing scholarships.

> A minimum GPA of 3.25 is required for Kellogg Scholarships.

> Students who have been unsuccessful with a nursing course are ineligible for school of nursing scholarships.

Scholarship Application Procedure
> Email or submit a completed School of Nursing Scholarship Application (click the link at the top of this page) with a current transcript (printed from the UCC Owl's Nest student portal) to the Trinitas School of Nursing Administrative Assistant by July 15th for the Fall semester and January 5th for the Spring semester. Late applications are not accepted.

> Students must also complete and file a FAFSA and a UCC Financial Aid application with the UCC Financial Aid office to be eligible for School of Nursing scholarships.

> Students must submit a new application each semester for scholarship award consideration.

> Some scholarships require US citizenship as part of the eligibility requirements, permanent residents and eligible non-citizens may be eligible for select nursing scholarships.

School of Nursing Scholarships and Eligibility Criteria

JC Kellogg Foundation Scholarship
Kellogg Scholarships are made possible through the generosity the JC Kellogg Foundation. Kellogg Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis each semester to students who have completed NURE 132 or NURE 250 or higher and who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25. Scholarships will be awarded based on the available funds to students with the required GPA. Students must submit a School of Nursing Scholarship application and meet the criteria specified for the scholarship.

Denise Manley Farnham Memorial Fund Scholarship
Awarded each semester to a student with a commitment to nursing and a genuine caring for people. The student will have an interest in public health nursing and demonstrate a financial need.

Switzer Foundation Scholarship
Awarded each semester to female students who are US Citizens, who have legal residency within 50 miles of New York City, and who have a demonstrated financial need.

Trinitas Professional Education Assistance Program Scholarship(s)
Awarded each semester to students entering a clinical nursing course who have demonstrated academic excellence and/or a financial need.

Hetzel Family Scholarship
Awarded each semester to a male and a female student who demonstrate satisfactory academic progress with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above. The student must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Financial need may be considered. Eligible students will have completed NURE 131 or NURE 250.

Summit Area Public Foundation – Cole-Matreyek Memorial Fund Scholarship(s)
Awarded each semester to students entering a clinical nursing course. This scholarship award is based on academic performance. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required. Financial need may be considered.

Janice B. Pasko Memorial Scholarship
Awarded each semester to a Generic program student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and documented financial need. The student must also show evidence of being a caring individual.