The Mary Marshall Nursing Scholarship Program as authorized by Section 23-35.9 through 23-35.13 and 32.1-122.6:01 of the Code of Virginia (hereinafter referred to as Program) provides annual nursing scholarships from the Nursing Scholarship and Loan Repayment Fund pursuant to 54.1-3011.1 and 54.1-3011.2 of the Virginia Code for part time and full time students that are residents of Virginia and enrolled in an undergraduate Registered Nurse (RN) nursing program. Undergraduate nursing programs are defined as those leading to an associate degree, diploma, or baccalaureate degree in nursing. This revolving Nursing Scholarship and Loan Repayment Fund is maintained by fees authorized by Virginia Code section 54.1-2400 that charges one dollar for every practical nurse and registered nurse obtaining a licensure or renewal in Virginia pursuant to 54.1-3011.1. This fund also includes any funds appropriated by the General Assembly for the purposes of the fund; and any gifts, grants, or bequests received from any private person or organization. All scholarship awards are made by an Advisory Committee appointed by the Virginia State Board of Health. The Virginia Department of Health (VDH)-Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE)-Health Workforce serves as the staff element to the Advisory Committee and plays no role in the determination of scholarship recipients. The Advisory Committee recommends to the State Commissioner of Health the award selection with due regard given to scholastic attainment, financial need, character, and adaptability to the nursing profession. Recipients are required to start employment as a RN in Virginia within a certain amount of time as a service obligation. The service obligation is one month for every $100 received.