The Foundation of the National Student Nurses Association (FNSNA) has announced that Morningside University student Quinnlan Frost, a junior nursing major, has been selected for a $3,000 Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) Scholarship. This prestigious acknowledgment comes from the FNSNA Scholarship Selection Committee as a testament to Frost’s outstanding accomplishments and dedication to pursuing a career in nursing.

“Quinn Frost exemplifies the commitment, intellect, and compassion that define the nursing profession. This scholarship highlights Quinn’s academic excellence and dedication to the field of nursing. We are incredibly proud of him and confident that this recognition will only further support his pursuit of excellence in nursing,” said Dr. Jackie Barber, dean of the Morningside University Nylen School of Nursing.

The FNSNA has long been at the forefront of supporting nursing students in their educational endeavors. This scholarship is part of the Foundation’s ongoing efforts to recognize excellence and support future nursing professionals financially.

In celebration of this year’s scholarship sponsors and remarkable scholars, the FNSNA honored the achievements during the 72nd Annual Convention Opening Ceremony of the National Student Nurses’ Association on April 3. Additionally, a Virtual FNSNA Awards Ceremony is planned to further commemorate the 2024 scholarship sponsors and scholars. This virtual event will take place on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at 5:30 p.m.