Awarded to a student who has completed at least one year of study in a medical related career program. Eligible applicants must be Ohio residents, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, and be in need of financial aid.


Provides financial assistance to students from Ohio County, West Virginia and Marshall County, West Virginia, in their quest for post-secondary education. This scholarship is designed to support the dreams of a student(s) who needs financial assistance; funds are not awarded simply based upon academic performance.


Jack McKeever, owner of Angelina Stone and Marble established this scholarship to assist students in the BPR program who demonstrate potential for academic success and future success in the historic preservation and building restoration industries.












Through a partnership with Belmont Savings Bank this scholarship is awarded to a Second year student (45+ total credit hours) who is enrolled in a two year business program and is either working in the financial services industry or is planning for a career in this industry. The student must be pursuing a major in Accounting, Business Administration & Leadership, Small Business Administration & Entrepreneurship, or Office Administration.












A generous contribution to the Belmont College Foundation was made through the estate of Dr. Mary Ellen Clay to establish an endowed nursing scholarship in memory of her parents Walter C. and Christena Stevens Clay. Income from the endowment is devoted to scholarships for students pursuing associate degrees or certificates in registered nursing and practical nursing. In accordance with Dr. Clay’s wishes, preference is given to students from Harrison, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, and Belmont counties in Ohio.












The Belmont College Employee Scholarship is funded by college employees who participate in the Annual Fund Campaign. The goals of providing this institutional scholarship award are to encourage persistence within the higher education system in Belmont, Harrison, and Monroe Counties (Ohio) and to identify and support students who desire a college education and possess a proven record of academic excellence.

This scholarship fund was established memory of Gust Maistros, the founder of Bell Nursing Home in St. Clairsville, Ohio. Nursing faculty submit nominations based on the following criteria: This scholarship is presented following completion of the first two quarters of study in the PN Program, and after the first quarter of the PTN/TAN Program. Funds awarded must be used toward direct educational expenses.


The purpose of the Allegheny Restoration Scholarship is to provide full tuition financial assistance for two semesters to one, first-year Belmont College student who is pursuing an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Building Preservation/Restoration. Successful candidates will be first-year Belmont College students who are pursuing an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Building Preservation/Restoration (BPR). Special consideration will be given to applicants recommended by the BPR Program Chair. To apply, candidates will complete the General Application. Scholarship recipients are chosen from the pool of qualified applicants by the Belmont College Scholarship Selection Committee based on scholarship selection criteria.


The purpose of the Donna M. Bukowski, RN Nursing Opportunity Scholarship is to allow those students pursuing a career in the field of nursing an additional source of funding for tuition costs. This Scholarship will function to encourage persistence within the nursing program and support students who desire to continue their college education by becoming registered nurses through our ADN program.


Hess Corporation, a leading global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas, is the benefactor of the Hess Corporation Scholarship. This scholarship is to be awarded to incoming and current students enrolled in a full and/or part-time associate degree or certificate program. Multiple awards, valued at up to $3,000 each, will be awarded.


The Nita C. Lewis Pathway to Nursing Scholarship was been established by Mr. J.I. Lewis in memory of his wife, Nita, who served as a paramedic instructor for Belmont College (then Belmont Technical College) and was an outreach educator for Belmont County Emergency Medical Service. To be eligible for the scholarship, candidates must reside in Belmont County and be in pursuit of an associate degree in registered nursing or a certificate in practical nursing. Special consideration will be given to applicants who are non-traditional students and/or whose service as an EMT or as a Paramedic can be verified through the Ohio Department of Public Safety. In addition to the General Application, applicants must submit a short essay stating why they want to become a nurse.

















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