The Presbyterian School of Nursing Alumni Association pays tribute to Annie Rhyne and promotes excellence in education by recognizing deserving students that are seeking a nursing degree. Two scholarships per calendar year, in the amount of $1500 each, are available.
Miss Annie Rhyne was Presbyterian Medical Center's night supervisor for over 25 years. She did the staffing, made rounds and assisted the students from 11-7. She also lived in the dorm until her retirement. In 1956 the Alumni Association started a loan program in her name to support the students. Today the fund that honors Miss Rhyne's service is a scholarship.
Download and complete the application. Read all requirements carefully. Please include all requested information and signatures.
The deadline for application if July 1 of each year. All applications will be held until the Annie Rhyne Committee reviews them in July.
Each request will be considered on an individual basis and the applicant will be notifed (in writing) within 8 weeks of the deadline regarding the Committee's decision.
Please note, if you are awarded a scholarship, funds will be paid directly to your academic institution.
Applicant must be:
- A graduate of the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing, OR
- A graduate of the ASN program at Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens University, OR
An employee of Novant Health in the Charlotte region with at least 3 years of service (part-time or full-time) with Novant Health
Applicant must be seeking a degree in nursing.