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Montana State University receives $2.2 million grant for program that aims to recruit and graduate American Indian and Alaska Native nurses


The four-year Nursing Workforce Diversity grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration will allow the MSU College of Nursing to offer scholarships to 15 American Indian and Alaska Native nursing students enrolled in its Caring for Our Own Program, or CO-OP. When combined with other funding opportunities, such as the college’s Indian Health Service Scholarship and Montana Advantage Nursing Scholarships, the college is now able to offer funding to almost all of the program’s students, according to Laura Larsson, CO-OP program director and a nursing professor.

Larsson said the college is thrilled to receive the grant.


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