The Alumni Association, open to all graduates, fosters an ongoing commitment to GSC by providing continuing education and other activities for members. GSC maintains contact with graduates via the BlueStreak Newsletter (PDF)
As part of the more than 5,500 alumni serving in health care settings around the globe, GSC offers resources for you to stay connected. For more information on alumni happenings or services offered to you, contact the Student Services Secretary at (513) 862-2389, or inquire at the College's Reception Desk, Good Samaritan Hospital Level 8MN.
Scholarship funds are available to graduates of the GSHSN and GSC who are currently enrolled in a degree program. Each spring, applications are considered anonymously by the Graduate Scholarship committee. To apply for a scholarship, contact the Student Services Secretary at (513) 862-2389 or Clare Allaire or check your next Blue Streak newsletter.
Would you like to hold a special event for your class at our next Homecoming/Reunion weekend? We can supply you with address lists and help you with mailings. Contact the Student Services Secretary at (513) 862-2389 or Clare Allaire.
Do you know someone you would like to refer to the Good Samaritan College of Nursing and Health Science? If so, have the applicant list your name and graduation date on his/her application and GSC will waive the application fee.
Health Sciences Library
Alumni can utilize the library services at either TriHealth hospital location.
At Good Samaritan Hospital, the library is located on Level 3. Its hours are:
|Monday - Thursday
||8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
||9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Bethesda Library is located on the ground floor and its hours are:
|Monday - Friday
||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Or, you can e-mail. The library's reference services, books and access to full text electronic journals are available to alumni.
Alumni are welcome to use the various CDs, DVDs, audiotapes, videos and computer equipment in this facility. Contact the Media Coordinator for more information (513) 862-2518.
Program-to-program articulation is available for all graduates. Most individual testing for transferable nursing credits has been eliminated, creating a natural and easy entry to colleges for completion of a BSN. For information, contact the college or university you are interested in attending.
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