Alice Hamm Memorial Scholarship
In July of 1970, the Alice Hamm Memorial Scholarship was established by the GRMC Auxiliary. The scholarship is designed to assist those individuals completing and R.N. program. In 1983, the program was extended to include LPN programs, and in 1984 was extended to other programs in health related fields.
The recipient must:
Be a resident of New Mexico
Be currently enrolled in an accredited health care related program
Maintain a 2.5 GPA average
Assume responsibility for submitting grades at the end of each semester to the Human Resources Office at GRMC.
- The scholarship application shall include one each of an academic and a personal reference. Preference will be given to applicants who express intent to work after graduation at GRMC if a position is available.
- There are no restrictions for the use of the money received. However, it is preferred that the money be used for tuition, books and/or laboratory fees.
- The scholarship fund is paid in the allotted amount of half for the first semester and the other half for the second semester, provided a 2.5 GPA is maintained. A successful candidate may reapply for a second year scholarship funding. Rejected candidates may also reapply.
Revised and approved on June 2, 2003
June Rhoades and Patsy Miller