medical scholarships

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by saiyagirl, Nov 16, 2002.

  1. saiyagirl

    saiyagirl Guest

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    sup homies,

    i was hoping we could make a list of scholarships for healthcare/medical school with their websites. lord knows i'm a broke child and my parents are broke too (i'm the last of four), and i know many of you are in the same boat.

    so, here we go:

    National Health Service Corps
    http://nhsc.bhpr.hrsa.gov//get_involved/scholarships.html
    Eligible: medical students (or pre-meds with an acceptance letter), residents

    HCA Cares
    http://www.hcacares.com/
    Elligible: Healthcare workers displaced since 9/11/01.
     
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  3. saiyagirl

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    does no one love me?
     
  4. poloace

    poloace Senior Member
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    woah... calm down there... good post though.
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  5. AegisZero

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    If you look in the MSAR or Princeton Review guide, it will describe the scholarship options available at each school.

    Definitely look in-state first though, since tuition there is relatively cheap and any loan you might take can be paid back even during residency.

    Most big-name private schools will give you tons of money to attend if you are in-need, so if you feel you have a good shot of getting in definitely go for it.

    So I think overall, a good mix of in-state and private schools (the balance of which is determined by how competitive your credentials are) will ultimately result in a good deal/full ride for you.

    Good luck!
     

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