Financial aid is awarded based on demonstrated need. To be eligible for full financial consideration, applicants must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 28, 2012. The FAFSA is available on-line at
The Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program (both subsidized and unsubsidized), Perkins Loan, Primary Care Loan and the School of Medicine Loan are the primary sources of aid. Washington residents who apply on time will be considered for Graduate University Grant and Graduate Tuition Exemption. Parental information must be included on FAFSA to be considered for School of Medicine scholarship and Title VII aid.
The School of Medicine (SOM) scholarship is need based and requires financial information from the student and his or her parents. Please visit the
Student Financial Aid website for more detailed
budget information of medical school estimate costs for the current year.
Laptop computers are required and this cost may be added to the student’s financial aid budget. Information on laptop requirements and reimbursement of cost will be provided with orientation materials. Outside employment is discouraged while the student is enrolled in medical school.
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