- Financing a Medical Education (pdf), presentation by Siobhan Keenan, Assistant Director of Financial Aid at Harvard Medical School
- Fee Assistance Program (FAP) (AAMC)
- Pay for Medical School (AAMC)
- Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools (FIRST) (AAMC)
- The Cost of Applying to Medical School (AAMC)
- You Can Afford Medical School (AAMC)
- The Financial Aid Application Process (AAMC)
- Medical School Admissions Requirements (MSAR), first year expenses and financial aid information
- US Department of Education
Special Funding Opportunities
- The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans (deadline: October 28, 2021): Each Fellowship supports up to two years of graduate study in any field and in any advanced degree-granting program in the United States. Immigrants and children of immigrants are eligible. The Fellowship provides $25,000 in stipend support, as well as 50% of required tuition and fees (up to $20,000) for two years.
- Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program (Army | Navy | Air Force)
- National Health Service Corps: Opportunities for scholarship and loan repayment in exchange for primary care service in a high-need health professional shortage area. Site options may include rural health clinics, Indian Health Service (IHS) clinics, public health department clinics, hospital-affiliated primary care practices, managed care networks, prisons, and U.S. Immigration, Customs & Enforcement sites.
- The National Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship (deadline: September 24, 2021): The scholarship is open to any student enrolled full time in the following accredited graduate programs- medicine (allopathic or osteopathic), dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, public health/policy, and physician assistant and is awarded to "students with outstanding academic records, leadership and who are committed to serving Hispanics."