Loyola Nursing School - KLFY News 10

Loyola Nursing School

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The nursing school at Loyola University has secured nearly $1.2 million from the U.S. Public Health Service for aid to graduate nursing students who plan to teach. The program is for students getting a doctorate in nursing practice. Up to 85 percent of the loan is forgiven if they obtain a full-time faculty position in a U.S. nursing school and stay there for at least four years. Nursing school director Ann Cary says it is the biggest student-support award the university has ever offered. Administrative coordinator Lisa Williams says tuition is about $34,000 a year. She says the first 15 students to earn doctorates in nursing practice recently graduated and have nine months to find a full-time faculty job.

Powered by WorldNow

1808 Eraste Landry Rd, PO Box 90665,
Lafayette LA 70509

Telephone: 337.981.4823
Fax: 337.984.8323
Email: tip10@klfy.com

Can’t find something?
Powered by WorldNow
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Young Broadcasting of Louisiana, Inc. A Media General Company.