Anna Pearl Sherrick Scholarship
PURPOSE OF SCHOLARSHIP:
Anna Pearl Sherrick founded the Montana State University - Bozeman College of Nursing in 1937 and served as its first director. Through her leadership, the MSU-Bozeman Nursing Program grew and developed with an emphasis on well prepared faculty members and innovative delivery of education to meet Montana's unique needs. It is Dr. Sherrick's dedication and foresight which provided the foundation for the nationally recognized programs of excellence at the MSU-Bozeman College of Nursing today. In 1989, Dr. Sherrick published a book entitled "Worldwide Events Influencing Nursing in Montana." Dr. Sherrick generously donated these books and the proceeds of their sale to the College, and a scholarship has been established in her name.
NUMBER OF AWARDS: Varies
- Has been a participant in MSNA/MNA (not necessarily as a member or officer).
- Has a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50.
- Has completed at least one semester in the nursing curriculum.
- Has submitted a paragraph of interest addressing the following:
Why MSU-Bozeman was selected for study
Financial need (will be used as a tie breaker, all other criteria being equal)
APPROXIMATE NOMINATION DEADLINE: November
SELECTED BY: College of Nursing Scholarship Committee
The Undergraduate Program Assistant is responsible for processing the Scholarship Authorization Form.