Student Finance Handbook
The Office of Student Finance has put together a handbook for all students. It contains up to date information and instructions. Please click here to access this handbook.
The cost of financing a medical education can be daunting, but the office of student finance at Albert Einstein College of Medicine is available to assist you in preparing to meet it. Staff members are committed to clarifying the process of applying for financial aid so that you may explore various options that exist for funding your medical education. Read this information carefully and use it as a reference guide to help select from the numerous avenues of funding available to you.
Applicants to the M.D./Ph.D. (also known as the Medical Scientist Training Program — MSTP) and Ph.D. programs should note that this website is intended primarily for students enrolling in the M.D. program at Einstein. Tuition for students in these programs is remitted and a stipend is offered. Students in such programs are encouraged to contact the appropriate graduate division for information regarding tuition waivers and stipends. The office of student finance reviews grant applications for M.D. students only.
The office of student finance awards grant assistance on the basis of demonstrated financial need. In addition, a number of scholarships not based on financial need are awarded by the admissions office.
Upcoming Deadlines for Outside Scholarships
A Place For Mom Annual Senior Care Innovation Scholarship
A Place for Mom is proud to annually offer a $1,000 scholarship to five university students who intend to use their education to help the senior population through their fields of study. These may include nursing, medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, sociology, social work or gerontology. This scholarship will be awarded to a citizen or a Permanent Resident of the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec) who is enrolled and currently taking classes at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec), and will grant selected applicants a $1,000 financial donation for their compelling essays on how to improve the quality of life for seniors.
Deadline: April 15, 2015
Dr. Frank and Florence Marino Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Applicants must have attended Connecticut public and/or parochial schools for at least eight years; graduated from a Connecticut public or parochial high school; and be attending medical school and entering their 2nd, 3rd or 4th year in fall 2015.
Deadline: May 8, 2015
Amount: Not specified
Link to the appplication: Dr. Frank and Marino Scholarship Fund 2015
Alan and Ruth Borenstein Medical Scholarship Fund
The Alan and Ruth Borenstein Medical Scholarship Fund is pleased to invite all second, third and fourth-year students to apply for the 2015-2016 academic year. Scholarship(s) will be awarded based upon financial need, community involvement, scholastic record and good moral character. Applciation are available in the Financial Aid office. Completed application should be returned to our office no later than June 10,2015
You can also obtain an application in the link below.
Deadline: June 10, 2015
Amount: up to $10,000
Physicians of Tomorrow Awards
The AMA Foundation has made it a priority to assist medical students in handling the rising cost of medical education. The Physicians of Tomorrow Awards were created in 2004 to provide financial assistance to medical students facing spiraling medical school debt. The Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarships reward current third-year medical students who are approaching their final year of medical school.Students interested in applying for the Physicians of tomorrow Award must do so through the medical school dean's office or the dean's designate. Please review the eligibility requirements below and contact your medical school if you are interested. They will be able to provide you with the application form.
Deadline: The nomination deadline this year is May 29th at 5pm Central Standard Time
We manage numerous scholarships and each one has its own specific criteria (there is only one application to complete). There is not a minimum GPA requirement. Students must have some demonstrated need, but the overall amount varies. We look for students who demonstrate commitment to social justice and LGBTQ concerns, exemplify leadership in their communities, and demonstrate the ability to be academically and personally successful. All applicants must be from the Northwest.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund