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Frequently Asked Questions: 

 Any MSU DNP student (from either the Family/Individual or Psych/Mental Health track) are eligible to apply.  

Applicants must be a citizen of the US, a foreign national having in her/her possession a visa permitting permanent residence in the US, or a non-citizen national. Individuals on temporary students visas are not eligible to receive ANEW support.

Up to 20 ANEW Scholars may be funded each academic year.  Applicants will need to re-apply for funding annually.  The applicants will be selected before the beginning of the fall semester.

Applicants must be a citizen of the US, a foreign national having in her/her possession a visa permitting permanent residence in the US, or a non-citizen national. Individuals on temporary students visas are not eligible to receive ANEW support.

Yes you can. Montana residents may receive preference.

You do not have to live in rural Montana to be selected as a Scholar; however, you must be willing to commit to completing your clinical hours and seeking employment in a rural and/or medically underserved area in Montana.

Students willing to go to clinical partner sites may receive preference over other applicants.

The application is online and will open again in Spring 2021.

You will submit documentation for mileage ($0.58/mile) reimbursement through the Montana AHEC Clinical Reimbursement Website.

At the end of fall and spring semester.

Your award amount may need to be adjusted to accommodate for your scholarships.

No, the Round 1 application is short. After the initial round, some applicants will be invited to participate in the Round 2 interview.

ANEW Scholars will be notified of their selection status after the completion of all Round 2 interviews.

Up to 3 or 4 academic years

You will only receive funds once an academic year for books. It will be your responsibility to budget the money accordingly.

 

Questions?

Stacy Stellflug, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC
Phone: 406-672-3353
Email: stacy.stellflug@montana.edu