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NURSING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMSchool Year 2012-2013 FormsUPLOAD FORMS TO ONLINE APPLICATIONhttps://programportal.hrsa.govFor Questions, please call 1-800-221-9393 (TTY: 1-877-897-9910), Monday through Friday(except Federal holidays) 8:00am to 8:00 pm EST, or email GetHelp@hrsa.gov.OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012Paperwork Reduction Act Public Burden StatementAn agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of informationunless it displays a current OMB control number. Disclosure of information sought is voluntary; however, if notsubmitted, except for questions related to Race/Ethnicity on the online application, an application will beconsidered incomplete and therefore will not be considered for an award. The information applicants supplywill be maintained in a system of records and subject to disclosure as set forth under the Privacy ActNotification Statement in the NSP Application and Program Guidance. The public reporting burden for thiscollection is estimated to average 5 hours per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searchingexisting data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collectionof information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection ofinformation, including suggestions for reducing this burden, to HRSA Reports Clearance Office, 5600 FishersLane, Room 10-33, Rockville, Maryland 20857.

Nursing Scholarship ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHealth Resources and Services AdministrationNURSING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMAUTHORIZATION TO RELEASE INFORMATIONI, , hereby authorize:(Print Name - First, Middle Initial, Last)1) The school where I am accepted for enrollment/am enrolled/was enrolled while applying for andparticipating in the Nursing Scholarship Program to disclose information pertaining to my schoolenrollment to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and/or its contractors. Informationpertaining to my school enrollment includes, but is not limited to, my transcripts and grades, academicstanding, enrollment and degree status, curriculum and examination requirements for graduation, tuitionand fees, leave-of-absence, withdrawal, or dismissal from school. This information will be used by DHHSto determine my eligibility to continue to receive scholarship benefits and the amount of those benefits.2) The entity/entities where I am/was approved to provide service in satisfaction of my Nursing ScholarshipProgram obligation to disclose to DHHS, and/or its contractors, information pertaining to my compliancewith the Nursing Scholarship service requirements. Such information includes, but is not limited to, mypractice location(s), practice responsibilities, work schedule or other documentation indicating the hoursthat I worked and the hours I was away from the site, records relating to my work performance and (ifapplicable) the circumstances relating to the termination of my employment at the service location.3) The DHHS, and/or its contractors, to release my name, address(es) and social security number to see if Iappear on the Excluded Parties List System.This authorization takes effect on the date that I sign this release form. If I do not become a participant, thisauthorization shall remain in effect until September 30, 2012. If I become a participant, the above authorizationsshall remain in effect until the date my Nursing Scholarship commitment has been fulfilled. These authorizationsmay be revoked by me in writing at any time.(Signature of Individual)(Date)(Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number)Must be received by 5pm EST May 8, 2012Please upload to the NSP Portal: https://programportal.hrsa.gov/2OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012

Nursing Scholarship ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHealth Resources and Services AdministrationVERIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE/GOOD STANDING REPORTThis Verification of Acceptance/Good Standing Report certifies that the student identified below has been accepted for admissionor is enrolled in good standing for the 2012-2013 academic year as indicated. (To be completed by a school official only.)1. Student’s Name (Last, First, Middle)2. Student’s Social Security Number (Last 4 digits)3. Nursing program the student is admitted to/enrolled in:AssociateBaccalaureateMastersDiplomaDoctoral4. When will/did the student enter the nursing program for which funding is being requested: (mm/yy):5. Is the student in good academic standing?YesNo6. Is the student considered Full-Time or Part Time in the nursing program? Full-TimePart-Time7. Length of the full-time nursing program (years and/or months):8. Date professional nursing classes begin for the 2012-2013 academic year (mm/yy):9. Nursing program end date (Completion of required classes for graduation) (mm/yy):10. Anticipated date of graduation (mm/yy):11. Student’s total cumulative Grade Point !verage (GP!):12. Is there a contingency to the student’s acceptance to the program? Examples include the student needing torepeat a course or the student receiving an “Incomplete” status for a course.YesNoIf YES, please explain:(All contingencies must be met by the start of the Fall 2012-2013 term.)Nursing Program Accreditation (The NSP will only fund students attending fully accredited institutions)Name of National or Regional Accreditation Organization:Accreditation Expiration / Renewal Date: (mm/yy):Is accreditation provisional?YesNoSchool InformationNursing School Official Contact InformationName of School:Name & Title:Address:Phone Number:City:State:Zip Code:Fax:E-mail Address:By signing my name below, I certify that the information provided on this Verification of Acceptance/Good Standing Report is accurate and complete to thebest of my knowledge and belief. I understand that any willfully false information may be punishable as a felony under U.S. Code, Title 18, Section 1001.Signature of Nursing School Official:DateMust be received by 5pm EST May 8, 2012Please upload to the NSP Portal: https://programportal.hrsa.gov/3OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012

Nursing Scholarship ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHealth Resources and Services AdministrationESSAY QUESTIONSEach response should be limited to 2,500 characters or less (approximately ½ page), one pageper essay. We recommend that you use a standard word processing tool (e.g., Microsoft Word,Word Perfect) to respond to the questions. The applicant must provide the first initial and lastname and the last four digits of the social security number at the top of each document.Essay 1: How will you contribute to the mission of the Nursing Scholarship Program in providingcare to underserved communities?Essay 2: What defines an underserved community? What experiences have you had that haveprepared you to work with underserved populations?Essay 3: Please discuss your commitment to pursue a career in nursing.Must be received by 5pm EST May 8, 2012Please upload to the NSP Portal: https://programportal.hrsa.gov/4OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012

Nursing Scholarship ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHealth Resources and Services AdministrationNURSING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM!C!DEMIC OFFICI!L’S RECOMMEND!TION LETTER - INSTRUCTIONSIf the applicant is currently enrolled in the nursing program, the letter should be from a non-relativeacademic official - the applicant’s Department Chair, Faculty advisor or a Faculty member of thatacademic program who is familiar with the student. If the applicant has not begun the nursing programassociated with the scholarship, the letter should be from the Department Chair, Faculty advisor, or aFaculty member of the applicant’s most recent academic program who is familiar with the applicant; Theletter must be based on the academic official’s observations or knowledge of the applicant, and shouldnot be submitted by the same individual submitting the non-academic official recommendation letter.The letter should be on the institution’s letterhead and include the following: Student’s first initial and last name;Last 4 Digits of Student’s Social Security Number;Evaluator’s Name (Printed);Title;Address (unless already on letterhead);Signature;! description of the academic official’s relationship to the applicant and the length of time theofficial has known the applicant;AND A discussion of the following points:1. The applicant’s education/work achievements;2. The applicant’s ability to work and communicate constructively with other people; and,3. The official’s assessment of the applicant’s particular characteristics, interest and motivationto serve populations of greatest need in health professional shortage areas. Thisassessment should include the official’s knowledge of the applicant’s work experiences,pertinent course work, special projects, research, or other activities that demonstrate aninterest in and commitment to serving underserved populations.Must be received by 5pm EST May 8, 2012Please upload to the NSP Portal: https://programportal.hrsa.gov/5OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012

Nursing Scholarship ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesHealth Resources and Services AdministrationNURSING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMNON-!C!DEMIC OFFICI!L’S RECOMMEND!TION LETTER - INSTRUCTIONSThe Non-Academic Recommendation Letter should be from a non-relative who is familiar with theapplicant’s professional, community and/or civic activities, especially those related to underservedcommunities. The evaluator can be an employer or previous employer, community leader, colleague, oranyone who has knowledge of the applicant’s interest and motivation to provide care to underservedcommunities. The letter should not be submitted by the same individual submitting the academicofficial recommendation letter.The letter should include the following: Student’s first initial and last name;Last 4 Digits of Student’s Social Security Number;Evaluator’s Name (Printed);Title or Organization;Address (unless already on letterhead);Signature;A description of the evaluator’s relationship to the applicant and the length of time theevaluator has known the applicant;AND A discussion of the following points:1. The applicant’s community/civic or other non-academic achievements;2. The applicant’s ability to work and communicate constructively with other people; and,3. The evaluator’s assessment of the applicant’s particular characteristics, interest andmotivation to serve populations of greatest need in health professional shortage areas. Thisassessment should include the evaluator’s knowledge of the applicant’s work experiences,pertinent course work, special projects, research, or other activities that demonstrate aninterest and commitment to serving underserved populations.If the letter is from an individual representing a particular organization or institution, the letter shouldbe on official letterhead.Must be received by 5pm EST May 8, 2012Please upload to the NSP Portal: https://programportal.hrsa.gov/6OMB No. 0915-0301 Expiration: 9/30/2012

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