CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Higher Education Policy Commission approved rules for a nursing scholarship program at its meeting Friday. The program was revamped in a bill passed earlier this year by the state legislature.

State Higher Education Chancellor Dr. Paul Hill said other groups had been overseeing the program but there was agreement to allow the HEPC to handle it because it operates similar scholarship programs.

“It was decided that we could efficiently run that program because we run lots of other scholarship programs. It’s just something we had expertise in,” Hill said Friday.

Those students who apply can receive anywhere from $1,000 to $15,000 scholarship awards with an agreement to practice in hospitals and other health-care facilities in the state from 1-2 years.

The HEPC also approved an engineering management program for Bluefield State College at Friday’s meeting.

bubble graphic

3

bubble graphic

Comments

  • Philipp

    You ought to be a part of a contest for
    one of the greatest websites on the net. I am going to recommend
    this site!

    Here is my site ... Grigory Berezkin (www.linkedin.com)

  • Dumb Liberals

    This sounds like they are “tying a pork chop around their necks, just to get the dog to play with them.”

    A word to the wise - Flee this state as it is, under the current liberal, democratic, (d), socialist ownership, a dead-end path for ANY career field.

  • sammy

    Paul Hill and the HEPC cannot manage what they have now, let alone adding a nursing scholarship program to their plate.