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Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid (part of the Office of Admissions) assists students in obtaining loans, grants and scholarships from various federal, private and school sources. Wanda L. Rollins, MNO, the Financial Aid Director, works closely with students and their families to decide the financial plan for their medical education. The Office of Financial Aid is committed to providing students access to funds for which they qualify. Financial need, the principal consideration in determining how much total aid an individual receives, is determined by a national needs analysis service. Students must complete the School of Medicine financial aid application, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and the Need Access online application.

The Deans’ and Satcher-Pamies Scholarships are merit scholarships available to incoming students based on outstanding academic and personal achievement. Application for these scholarships are by invitation of the Admissions Committee only.

Throughout their education, students who are on financial aid must maintain contact with the Office of Financial Aid, keep the office informed of any changes in their financial situation, and finalize the details of their financial aid processing. Individual debt management and credit counseling sessions are provided to students. A mandatory exit interview session that summarizes total borrowing and repayment plans takes place prior to graduation.

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Revised 3/02/17