Scholarship and Award Applications for 2022-2023

Due January 1, 2022

AUM School of Nursing students are able to apply for several different scholarships and awards. Criteria and requirements for each can be reviewed at this link.

Please submit your School of Nursing scholarship application no later than January 1, 2022.

School of Nursing

The AUM nursing program has a rich history of excellence in nursing education. Over the years, we have developed new program options to increase access to education, and we are committed to helping you achieve your educational goals. The university core values serve as a foundation to the education of our students and are embraced by the faculty and staff:

  • A student-centered experience
  • Citizenship and community
  • Standard of excellence
  • Commitment to constant improvement
  • Diversity of people and perspective with a culture of inclusiveness, promotion of lifelong learning and an environment of collaboration

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares diverse healthcare professionals who are collaborative providers and leaders in the delivery of high quality, accessible, culturally-competent and compassionate care.

The undergraduate nursing program has two different pathways to the BSN degree:

  • The Bachelor of Science in Nursing. This is a traditional BSN track for non-nurses preparing for initial licensure as a professional registered nurse.
  • The RN to BSN program. This is a totally online Educational Advancement for Registered Nurses (EARN) track for RNs who hold a nursing diploma or associate’s degree nursing and would like to earn a BSN.

The graduate program consists of a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. The MSN program has two tracks:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
  • Nurse Educator for Interprofessional Practice

The School of Nursing also offers post-graduate certificates in Nursing Education and Family Nurse Practitioner.

LocationMoore Hall 101Office Hours8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Mail AddressP.O. Box 244023, Montgomery, AL 36124Physical Address for Deliveries7461 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117

Faculty & Staff

Adams, Haley
Advising & Recruiting Manager
Moore Hall 325 D
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All, Anita
Moore Hall 310
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Baker, Heather
Assistant Clinical Professor
Moore Hall 309
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Assistant Professor/Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Moore Hall 308
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Colvin, Natasha
Moore Hall 317
(334) 244-3883
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Conner, Kris
Advising & Recruitment Manager
Moore Hall 325 B
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Freeman, Julie
Associate Professor, Coordinator for the RN to BSN Program, Graduate Program Coordinator
Moore Hall 306
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Justice, Ellen
Assistant Clinical Professor
Moore Hall 313
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Miller, Debra
Clinical Assistant Professor
Moore Hall 318
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Odom, Cindy
Advising Assistant
Moore Hall 325
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Williams, Kecia
Moore Hall 303
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Clubs & Organizations


Auburn University Montgomery Association of Nursing Students (AUMANS) is the local affiliate chapter of the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) in the School of Nursing. AUMANS work together to coordinate events that enhance faculty and student engagement through volunteering in the community, participating in class pinning, and supporting the School of Nursing curriculum. Members have the opportunity to utilize numerous benefits such as scholarships, awards, and discounts on NCLEX preparation resources, hotel reservations, professional printing, professional attire and accessories, and many more.

AUMANS membership is obtained once a student has entered his/her upper division courses, completed their national registration for NSNA and submitted local dues. Upon successful completion of the first upper division semester, each Nursing cohort elects a group of their peers to hold office within the AUMANS organization in representation of their cohort. Serving as an officer provides excellent leadership experience notable to highlight in a professional resume and carry on throughout one’s career.

Sigma Theta Tau- Kappa Omega Chapter

For more than 90 years, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) has been recognizing and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service. The Kappa Omega chapter at Auburn University at Montgomery is proud to have been a part of this global community of nursing for 27 years.

Nursing professionals not previously inducted as nursing students can join STTI as a Nurse Leader. Students in graduate programs who meet the Nurse Leader criteria shall be eligible to be considered as a Nurse Leader at any point in the program.

The Kappa Omega Chapter is currently looking for nominations or self-nominations from the community. For more information, please contact Dr. Julie Freeman at [email protected]  or (334) 244-3142.

Kappa Omega Research Grant

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