General Nursing Scholarships and Certifications
The UCHealth Memorial Foundation Nursing Scholarship and Clinical Certification program fosters the professional development of clinical staff in Southern Colorado. This program is only possible through partners like you who believe in education and excellence. Since 2015, $201,000 has been awarded to 98 clinical staff members employed at UCHealth in Southern Colorado pursuing their education. With your help, the number of staff supported will only grow.
Employees of UCHealth in Southern Colorado are encouraged to visit The Source to learn more and apply.
Nursing Scholarships and Clinical Certifications
Scholarships play an essential role in ensuring top-notch patient care, innovative medical advancements and a brighter, healthier tomorrow. Scholarships are available to support employees’ academic pursuits towards certification, licensure, associate’s degree, master’s degree, doctorate, or continuing education opportunities.
UCHealth CNO Scholarship
The UCHealth CNO Scholarship, established by Tamera Dunseth-Rosenbaum in 2019, provides financial support to employees pursuing advanced nursing degrees.
UCHealth School of Radiology Scholarships
The UCHealth Memorial School of Radiologic Technology was established in 1969 and has since graduated more than 400 radiographers with 140 of those still working in our community. It is a hospital based training program that lasts 23 months and provides hands-on classroom training. The students receive an extensive and varied education in the theory and practice or radiologic techniques.
UCHealth School of Radiologic Technology Scholarships
Health sciences professions are wanting for qualified technicians ready to serve in specialized medical roles. UCHealth School of Radiologic Technology Scholarships help students and professionals get the support they need to achieve a successful career and deliver extraordinary care throughout the Southern Colorado community.
Rob Lowery was a dedicated member of the UCHealth Memorial Radiology Department for over 10 years where he impacted thousands of lives and forged countless friendships. In his memory, his family has created a radiologic technology school scholarship in his name.