Outside Scholarship Programs

The following outside scholarship programs are provided to assist applicants and current students with their search for funding outside of the School of Medicine. National scholarship programs are listed after the state scholarship programs. With the exception of federal service scholarships, receipt of outside scholarship funding does not affect a student’s eligibility for institutional scholarship funds. For scholarship programs that do not have a dedicated web site, please contact our office for more information.

Both the HPSP and NHSC scholarship programs pay full tuition and fee charges and provide a monthly stipend in exchange for a service commitment after medical school. Students apply directly to the U.S. Military (HPSP) or the U.S. Public Health Service (NHSC) for federal service scholarship programs.

ALABAMA

  • Joanna F. Reed Medical Scholarship
    – open to legal residents of AL
    – contact medfinaid@georgetown.edu for information

ARKANSAS

  • Roy and Chris Sturgis Endowed Scholarship
    – must be a legal resident of AR and demonstrate financial need
    – must be attending Georgetown School of Medicine
    – contact medfinaid@georgetown.edu for information

CALIFORNIA

COLORADO

CONNECTICUT

  • Dr. Frank and Florence Marino Scholarship
    – must have completed the first-year of medical school
    – must have attended Connecticut public or parochial school for at least 8 years (K-12) and graduated from a Connecticut public or parochial high school
  • Hellenic Medical Society of New York
    – open to CT residents of Hellenic Heritage
    – must have completed the first-year of medical school
  • Swiss Benevolent Society Scholarship
    – must be of of Swiss parentage (either the student or one of the student’s parents must be a Swiss national)
    – must be a permanent resident of CT for at least 2 years
    – must demonstrate academic merit
  • Wellsford and Mildred Clark Scholarship
    – open to students who have been a CT resident for at least five (5) years
    – must be entering the fourth-year of medical school
    – awards are based on financial need and academic merit

DELAWARE

  • Delaware Scholarship Incentive Program
    – open to legal residents of DE
    – student must be currently enrolled in an out-of-state school and pursuing a degree that is not offered by the University of Delaware
  • Elsie B. Moore Scholarship
    – open to legal residents of DE
    – must be newly admitted to medical school or be a current first-year medical student
    – must demonstrate financial need
  • Swiss Benevolent Society Scholarship
    – must be of of Swiss parentage (either the student or one of the student’s parents must be a Swiss national)
    – must be a permanent resident of DE for at least 2 years
    – must demonstrate academic merit

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

FLORIDA

  • J. Hugh & Earle W. Fellows Foundation
    – subsidized low-interest loans available to medical students
    – must be a legal resident of one of the following FL counties: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, or Walton
  • Joanna F. Reed Medical Scholarship
    – open to legal residents of the following FL counties: Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf
    – contact medfinaid@georgetown.edu for information

GEORGIA

HAWAII

  • Kamehameha Schools Outreach Support Scholarships
    – The Nā Hoʻokama a Pauahi Scholarship is available to Native Hawaiian undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need
    – The ʻImi Naʻauao Scholarship is available to Native Hawaiian graduate students who demonstrate academic merit

IDAHO

  • Idaho Medical Association
    – scholarship and loan repayment opportunities for legal residents of ID or students who have a strong interest in practicing medicine in ID

ILLINOIS

KANSAS

MAINE

  • Finance Authority of Maine Loan Program
    – open to legal residents of ME
    – low-interest subsidized loans available to medical students
  • Foundation for Seacoast Health
    – open to legal residents of Kittery, Elliot and York, ME
    – awards are based primarily on scholastic aptitude and performance, personal achievements, leadership, and community involvement

MARYLAND

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Berkshire District Medical Society
    – open to legal residents of Berkshire County, MA
    – interest-free loans of up to $5,000 per year
  • Charles River District Medical Society
    – open to legal residents of Needham, Newton, Waltham, Wellesley and Weston, MA
    – must have completed the first-year of medical school
  • Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
    – The Foundation administers over 130 scholarships and two interest-free educational loans. Students who apply to the program may be eligible for many of these funds. Once a student completes the online application, CFWM will determine all funds for which a student may be eligible
    – must be a legal resident of Western MA as defined by the Foundation
  • Essex South District Medical Society
    – must have at least a five (5) year residency in one of the following communities: Beverly, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Lynn, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Middleton, Nahant, Peabody, Rockport, Salem, Saugus, Swampscott, Topsfield or Wenham, MA
    – preference will be given to applicants who wish to return and practice medicine in one of the above communities
  • Middlesex North District Medical Society
    – open to legal residents of Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Groton, Lowell, Pepperell, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro or Westford, MA
    – must have completed the first-year of medical school
  • Norfolk District Medical Society
    – must have at least a five (5) year residency in MA
    – must be a member of both the Norfolk District and the MA Medical Societies
    – must have completed the first-year of medical school and apply before completing the third-year of medical school

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • Foundation for Seacoast Health
    – open to legal residents of Portsmouth, Rye, New Castle, Greenland, Newington, or North Hampton, NH
    – awards are based primarily on scholastic aptitude and performance, personal achievements, leadership, and community involvement
  • New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
    – open to legal residents of NH
    – awards made based upon financial need, academic merit and community service and other experience

NEW JERSEY

NEW YORK

  • Canisius College – Joanne B. & Dr. George E. Schreiner Scholarship
    – must be a graduate of Canisius College and be attending Georgetown School of Medicine
    – contact Canisius College at studentservices@canisius.edu for information
  • Hellenic Medical Society of New York
    – open to NY residents of Hellenic heritage
    – must have completed the first year of medical school
  • Swiss Benevolent Society Scholarship
    – must be of of Swiss parentage (either the student or one of the student’s parents must be a Swiss national)
    – must be a permanent resident of NY for at least 2 years
    – must demonstrate academic merit

OHIO

OREGON

PENNSYLVANIA

RHODE ISLAND

VIRGINIA

WISCONSIN

NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS


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