College Art Faculty Shows at Banfill-Locke

College Invites Public to College Hour Reading by Local Authors, Sept. 10

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes New Faculty to Fall Semester

College's Annual Prairie Home Delights Fundraiser, Sept. 25

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes Students to Fall Semester with Week of Activities

Fall Picnics Kick-Off New Academic Year at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Welcomes Chinese Exchange Faculty Member

Community Organizations Step Forward to Sponsor College's Annual Prairie Home Delights Scholarship Fundraiser, Sept. 25

Roles Cast in College Fall Play, "The Laramie Project"

Senator George McGovern Speaking at Anoka-Ramsey's Cambridge Campus - Public Welcome

President Johns of Anoka-Ramsey Community College Named 2008 Pacesetter of the Year

Discover Possibilities at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Open House

College Students Cut Acting Chops to Perform Intriguing Docu-Drama, "The Laramie Project" Oct. 24, 25, 30, 31, Nov. 1

Coffee House Series Rocks Anoka-Ramsey Community College Each Month, October Through April

Prairie Home Delights Grossed More Than $27,500 for Student Scholarships at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Bachelor’s in Special Education Continues at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Through Partnership Renewal with St. Cloud State University

Cambridge Campus Hosts Renowned Author

New Season, New Coaches, New Life for Men's Basketball Program at Anoka-Ramsey Community College

New Board Members Bring Wealth of Experience to Coon Rapids Campus Foundation

College Art Faculty Curates Watercolor Invitational

New Board Member Brings Wealth of Experience to Cambridge Campus Foundation

College Offers Wide Array of Veterans' Services

Anoka-Ramsey Art Faculty Receives Printmaking Award

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Hosts Fallen Comrade Ceremony Nov. 12 to Honor Veterans

Women's Volleyball Team Forges to Successful Season Close

College Student Art Sale-Unique Gifts, Good Cause, Great Value

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KARE11 Features Anoka-Ramsey

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Proceeds Deliberately After State Deficit Announcement

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Thanks Donors at Second Annual Legacy Dinner

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Embarks on Strategic Planning Process; Public Invited

Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation Donates $25,000 for Nursing Scholarships at Cambridge Campus

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Rams Defeat St. John's JV

Rams Split Weekend Games

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Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation Donates $25,000 for Nursing Scholarships at Cambridge Campus

December 10, 2008
Nursing students in their second semester at Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus each received a $1,000 scholarship this school year due to the generosity of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation who donated $25,000 to the campus Foundation. This marks the sixth year that Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation has made a donation of this magnitude to nursing students at the Cambridge Campus.
The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation
The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation, (from left) including Neil Hendrickson, Greg Gibbons, Lowell Becker, Loren Nelson, Del Larson, Ray Magnuson and Alvin Berglund, proudly continues its support of Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Nursing Program with a $25,000 donation to nursing scholarships at the college.

"It can be, and often is, a life-changing experience for students to receive a scholarship such as this," says Dr. Patrick M. Johns, President of Anoka-Ramsey Community College. "It not only helps a student financially but, as we have heard through countless testimonials, it shows the student that someone believes in them, and this can have a lasting impact. So, on behalf of the college and those students, I thank Memorial Hospital Foundation for their unwavering commitment to education and for making a difference in the lives of future nurses."

Registered nursing is one of the top ten fastest growing jobs. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, new registered nurses are expected to fill more than a million job openings nationwide this decade. The registered nursing program at the Cambridge Campus was initiated in January 2003 in response to Minnesota's nursing shortage and to provide area health care workers an opportunity to continue training to become registered nurses and stay in their own communities. The college also offers the nursing program at its Coon Rapids Campus.

For more information about the Anoka-Ramsey Community College nursing program, please call 763-433-1125 or visit