This scholarship is made possible by Edward and Priscilla Ryan in memory of Claire Gingras Doherty. Eligible students must be enrolled in a nursing program and be registered for a minimum of 6 credits.
Rosemarie (Cataldo) Fitzpatrick '56 had a deeply rooted connection to HCC. She graduated in 1956, and the school yearbook shows her voted by her classmates as the graduate with the most school spirit. In the wake of her untimely death, her family endowed this scholarship as a lasting memorial to Rosemarie's legacy.
This fund was endowed by the sons of Frances H. Gosselin upon her passing. They were deeply moved by the compassionate care their mother received and they chose to fund a scholarship for a student in HCC's Practical Nursing Program.
Doris Kemble was a beloved member of the HCC Nursing faculty. In recognition of her deep commitment to her students, her mother endowed five scholarships in her memory.
The medical staff of Providence Hospital endowed this scholarship for a new or continuing nursing student.
This scholarship was endowed by Dr. Richard Provost '49 for a continuing nontraditional student or a student who has interrupted his or her education, and enrolled in any Nursing program. Preference is given to an individual who may have served in the Medical Corps as Corpsman.
Very pleased with the nursing care given to his family members at the Willimansett Nursing Home, Michael Szczur established this scholarship for a new or continuing student, with preference given to someone who is or has been employed at the Willimansett Nursing Home in Chicopee, or is a resident of Chicopee.