Scholarships and Grants - Financial Aid in Health Medical Physics - Updated 2020

Medical withdrawal). Federal aid funds will pay tuition, fees, contracted room and board (where applicable), and other related educational expenses, including, but not limited to, charges from Health Services, the Library, the Housing Office, and Campus Police. Circumstances that may be considered when ing include but are not limited to military training or duty, health or family issues, work related transfer. and Janie Joiner Boutwell Scholarship provides scholarships for full-time students enrolled in art, business, Christian Ministries, education, engineering, health science, law, music, or natural science as a course of study. The fund provides scholarships to assist students preparing for a medical career or majoring in music or art with preference being given in that order. Preference is given to students interested in the field of mental health. The Mobile Medical Endowment Trust was established by the Medical Society of Mobile County to assist students with financial need. Please contact the Medical Society of Mobile for further information.
Tuition: $16,758
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Ranked as: #127 in Best National University
Tuition: $17,910
State: AL
Acceptance: -
If a department program sets the stipend level for its students above the maximum compensation level but then requires the students in that program to pay for their own tuition, fees and health insurance costs from stipend proceeds, only the portion of the stipend remaining after tuition, fees and insurance payment would be considered as these students’ compensation relative to the maximum compensation level allowed. Health insurance is covered under the scholarship award to the student and can be processed via payment request.

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Ranked as: #127 in Best National University
Tuition: $22,696
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Ranked as: #88 in Best National University
Tuition: $28,100
State: AL
Acceptance: -
The Frank Fitts, Jr., Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually to medical students at the University of Alabama School of Medicine Tuscaloosa Regional Campus (UA College of Community Health Sciences). The scholarship was created by Cynthia Ford (Fitts) Thomas to address the needs of medical students who bear a high debt load upon graduation from medical school. Eligibility: University of Alabama School of Medicine students who are completing their third and fourth years of clinical education at the UA College of Community Health Sciences are eligible for this scholarship. The Dr. Sandral Hullett Endowed Scholarship was established in 1992 with gifts from the Capstone Health Services Foundation and proceeds from the 1991 Fiesta Bowl to honor Dr. Sandral Hullett, one of the first African-American residents to graduate from The University of Alabama Family Medicine Residency, which is operated by the UA College of Community Health Sciences. Eligibility: University of Alabama School of Medicine students completing their third and fourth years of clinical education at the UA College of Community Health Sciences are eligible for this scholarship. Dorothy Pieroni in 2012 to support medical students at the University of Alabama School of Medicine Tuscaloosa Regional Campus (UA College of Community Health Sciences) interested in entering primary care. Eligibility: University of Alabama School of Medicine students who are completing their fourth year of clinical education at the UA College of Community Health Sciences are eligible for this scholarship. The Larry Mayes Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually to medical students at the University of Alabama School of Medicine Tuscaloosa Regional Campus (UA College of Community Health Sciences) who elect a community medicine experience in a medically underserved setting in the United States or abroad during their third or fourth year of medical school.
Ranked as: #76 in Best Regional University in South Coast
Tuition: $15,588
State: AL
Acceptance: -
This Scholarship is for exceptional AUM pre-health science student with a desire to attend medical school. This scholarship is awarded to an exceptional AUM pre-health student with the desire to attend vet school. This scholarship award is given to an exceptional AUM student who is enrolled in the pre-health concentration. The applicant must be a full member of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), the Pre-Health Honor Society. The purpose of this award is to provide scholarships for pre-health sciences student interested in attending medical school in the AUM College of Sciences. It is awarded to exceptional students majoring in the pre-health sciences discipline. The purpose of this award is to provide scholarships for students in a health related curriculum in the AUM College of Sciences. The student must be a pre-health Biology major (excluding pre-dentistry or pre-veterinary).
Ranked as: #103 in Best National University
Tuition: $28,026
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Ranked as: #47 in Best Regional College in South
Tuition: $9,450
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Tuition: $13,356
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Ranked as: #25 in Best Regional College in South
Tuition: $7,800
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Circumstances that may be considered when ing include but are not limited to military training or duty, health or family issues, work related transfer. and Janie Joiner Boutwell Scholarship provides scholarships for full-time students enrolled in art, business, Christian Ministries, education, engineering, health science, law, music, or natural science as a course of study. The fund provides scholarships to assist students preparing for a medical career or majoring in music or art with preference being given in that order. Preference is given to students interested in the field of mental health. The Mobile Medical Endowment Trust was established by the Medical Society of Mobile County to assist students with financial need. Please contact the Medical Society of Mobile for further information.
Ranked as: #81 in Best Regional University in South Coast
Tuition: $11,736
State: AL
Acceptance: -
Medical withdrawal). Federal aid funds will pay tuition, fees, contracted room and board (where applicable), and other related educational expenses, including, but not limited to, charges from Health Services, the Library, the Housing Office, and Campus Police.