Each year St. Alexius Medical Center Foundation provides scholarships to students and/or employees pursing a degree in healthcare in our region. There are four scholarship opportunities. You can donate to a scholarship fund to help students in the region advance their healthcare skills or you can apply for a scholarship.
Gay Wallentine Memorial Scholarship - $1500
The Gay Wallentine Memorial Scholarship was established May 18, 1990, to provide financial assistance to eligible nursing students. It was set up in memory of Gay Wallentine, former director of Critical Care Services at St. Alexius Medical Center who died suddenly in February of 1990. Preference is given to nursing students pursuing a BSN or MSN who are residents of North Dakota and interested in working at St. Alexius Medical Center.
Tony Niemann Sholarship - $250
The Tony Niemann Scholarship is given in memory of Tony Niemann, a former St. Alexius Cardiac Cath Lab RT. Tony graduated in 1966 from the St. Alexius School of Radiology. He was employed at St. Alexius for nearly 35 years and retired in 2004. He passed away shortly after his retirement. Applicants must be enrolled in the St. Alexius School of Radiologic Technology.
Brita Eriksen Memorial Scholarship - $1500
The Brita Eriksen Memorial Scholarship was established by Dr. Johan Eriksen in memory of his wife, Brita. The scholarship is for students attending health education programs conducted by or associated with St. Alexius Medical Center. It’s also offered to a St. Alexius employee who is paying for their continuing education while employed at St. Alexius. Such programs may include Radiology, Medical Technology, Anesthesiology and Respiratory Therapy.