Federal financial aid is available to qualified students who are accepted to Conemaugh School of Nursing and submit the required financial aid forms. For a complete list of Conemaugh's Financial Aid Programs, click here!
Conemaugh School of Nursing's financial aid team can also help you determine if you are eligible for additional support, including:
Our team can also develop affordable payment plans that meet the needs of each student.
After accepting the offer to be a Conemaugh School of Nursing student and submission of the acceptance fee, a financial aid packet will be mailed to the student's home. To be eligible for federal and state financial aid programs, students must complete and submit the following documents:
Students who complete the necessary financial aid documents will be notified of their award by mail mid-summer. The notification will also include:
The financial aid award letter will also list how each funding source will be disbursed each semester of the academic year.
Scholarship opportunity notifications are sent out to School of Nursing students once the Financial Aid Office is made aware of the scholarship. Notifications are sent via email as well as posting the scholarship outside the financial aid office on the scholarship board.
Scholarships are also available through the 1889 Foundation. These scholarships are based on clinical and academic performance. Applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered. Award recipients for the 1889 Foundation Scholarships are notified in the Spring of each academic year.
PNC Education Loan Center Achiever Scholarship https://pnc.financialliteracy101.org/scholarship/
NCHASCN Scholarship: Eligibility and Application *Deadline 2/15/18
The Florence Grady-Fasick Scholarship: Eligibility and Application Information *Deadline 03/30/18
Students of CMMC are required to successfully complete all scheduled courses before advancing to the next level and/or semester. It is the policy of CMMC to monitor the academic progress of a student in his or her program of study. Satisfactory academic progress (SAP) is measured at the end of each semester.
In accordance with the schools’ academic promotion policies, a student is considered to be making SAP if he or she achieves a passing grade of no less than a “C” in all enrolled courses within the curriculum plan and receives a clinical performance grade of “Satisfactory” in each course where applicable. The student must also complete the education program requirements within 150% of the published length of the program. Please refer to the academic promotion policy of each education program for further detail.
If a student fails to make SAP, the student’s financial aid is cancelled and the student is withdrawn from the program entirely. As a result, CMMC does not offer an appeal process by which a student who is not meeting SAP standards can petition the school for reconsideration of his or her eligibility of FSA funds.
A student who is withdrawn from the program must reapply for admission. A student who previously failed to make SAP is given a financial aid warning at readmission. The student may continue to receive FSA funds for one payment period after re-admittance. Should the student fail to meet SAP after that payment period, he or she loses his or her financial aid eligibility and is again withdrawn from the education program. A student is only permitted one re-admission to a CMMC program of study.
For Conemaugh School of Nursing's Gainful Employment Disclosures, please click here.