See the options for student financial aid, School of Medicine scholarships, research, fellowships and externship opportunities in KU's four-year medical doctor degree program.
Student Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Aid at the University of Kansas Medical Center provides comprehensive services in financial aid. We are here to help students identify ways to cover the costs of their education and become informed consumers who are responsible for their finances. We are located in G035 Dykes Library. Visit us today to learn more about opportunities available through our office.
FAFSA School Code
To apply for financial aid, complete a FAFSA at www.studentaid.gov. Our school code is 001948, the same as the main campus in Lawrence. Contact us if you have questions or need help at (913) 588-5170 or email@example.com.
Calculate your Costs
Visit the Registrar's website for current tuition and campus fees for students in the M.D. program on our campuses in Kansas City, Salina and Wichita.
Enroll & Pay
Help with using Enroll & Pay. If any file format prevents you from accessing the information, please contact us for assistance. In order to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please note the nature of your accessibility concern, the format in which you prefer to receive the material, the web page address of the requested material, and the best way to contact you. You may reach send this information to firstname.lastname@example.org or reach us at 913-588-5170.
School of Medicine Scholarships
Many scholarship opportunities are available to support medical students, whether enrolled or looking to enroll. Generally, these scholarships have specific criteria, and you're considered ineligible for School of Medicine scholarships if you are a recipient of the Kansas Medical Student Loan (KMSL), National Health Service Corps Scholarship, Indian Health Service Scholarship or a military scholarship. Students enrolled in a combined degree program are also deemed ineligible for these scholarships.
There are two types of scholarships:
- Direct application to the sponsoring agency
- Scholarships awarded by the School of Medicine Scholarship Committee
Scholarship awards determined by the Office of Cultural Enhancement and Diversity will be based on the School of Medicine scholarship application and reviewed by the Scholarship Committee.
School of Medicine scholarships are generally non-renewable and may be based on financial need and/or merit as well as responses to the questions on the application. Please be aware that only those who complete the School of Medicine scholarship application will be considered for a scholarship, and you must reapply each year.
Additional information can be found on the Student Affairs SharePoint site. Incoming students will receive an e-mail with a specific deadline date based on their date of acceptance. Applications received after specified deadlines will not be considered.
Research, Fellowship and Externships
Detailed information, application forms and deadlines are available in the Office of Student Affairs unless otherwise noted. Inquiries regarding International Health Opportunities and International Exchange Programs should be addressed to the Office of International Studies, fourth floor, Student Center Building or the International Programs website.