External Aid

ABODO Scholarship

Addiction Resource Scholarship

Albertson & Davidson, LLP

Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Medical School Diversity Scholarship

Car Insurance Comparison Safe Driver Scholarship

Anthony Castelli Attorney's Veteran's College Scholarship

Chameleon John

Coupon Follow Scholarship

Custody Change Single Parent Scholarships

The Dallas Woman's Club Foundation Scholarship (Instructions and application available in the Scholarships office (Ashbel Smith Building, Room 2.208)

Diamond Herbs Scholarship Award

Welsford and Mildred Clark Medical Memorial Scholarship Fund

Comedy Driving Scholarship

Discover Scholarships

Dolman Law Group Scholarship

DrugNews Scholarship

Fulbright Scholar Program

Gagne, Scherer & Associates Scholarship

David Ghozland Scholarship Program

Healthcare & Nursing Education Foundation Nursing Scholarships

LendEDU Scholarship

Minority Nurse Magazine Scholarship Program

Monitor My Home Scholarship

National Garage Door Atlanta Asthma and Allergy Scholarship

Nurse Corps Scholarship Program

Nursing.org Nurses First Scholarship

Pan American Round Tables of Texas - Florence Terry Griswold Scholarship

Paul Giannetti Attorney at Law Caregiver Scholarship

PDFfiller Scholarship

Public Health Scholarships

Quit Smoking Community Scholarship

ResumeSamples.net Scholarship

The SallieMae Fund  www.salliemaefund.org


Scholarship Guidance (SG Scholarships)

SeniorAdvisor.com In-Home Care Innovation Scholarship

(The) SignatureCare Emergency Center Student Scholarship

Snap Scholarship

State Student Assistance Agencies http://www2.ed.gov/students/college/aid/other.html

Texas Association of Developing College (TADC) Urban Scholarship Fund

TMA (Texas Medical Association) Minority Scholarship

U.S. Air Force Medical Student Scholarships

VAMA (Vietnamese American Medical Association) Scholarship

WyzAnt Scholarship

Zumper Apartments Scholarship

Exemptions and Waivers

A number of exemptions of non-resident tuition and waivers of tuition and fees are available to students who enroll in Texas Institutions of higher education, which are available at the following Coordinating Board site:


Research and Teaching Assistantships

Graduate Assistantships

Each applicant admitted to the graduate school is considered for available assistantships.  Application for appointment as a graduate assistant is made to the student's graduate program director.  There are several important stipulations to the graduate assistantship that the applicant should bear in mind:

  1. The applicant must possess full-time, degree-seeking status.
  2. Graduate Assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis.  Award decisions are usually made in early spring.
  3. State-funded assistantships are awarded to Ph.D. students only in programs offering the Ph.D. degree.

McLaughlin Fellowship

Graduate or medical students pursuing the study of infectious diseases or immunological research, or both, may request applications and information from McLaughlin Fellowship Office, Route 0665.

  1. One year prior enrollment in the graduate or medical program.
  2. A faculty mentor.
  3. Relevant research project.

National Health Service Corps

(Primary Care: M, GNP, GNM, PA)
Scholarships and loan repayment programs are available from NHSC. Service commitment is a minimum of two years, and begins upon completion of your residency and/or training.

For an application or information:

NHSC Program (Scholarship or Loan Repayment)
(800) 221-9393

Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program

A Health Professions Scholarship from any of the military services provides up to four years full tuition, all required fees, books and equipment, and a monthly stipend. In return for each year of support from one of the armed services, you must serve one year of active duty in that service-or a minimum of two year's service-excluding periods of postgraduate professional education.

Medical Programs Director
U. S. Army Medical Department
3200 South West Freeway, Suite 2360
Houston, TX 77027-7525
(713) 963-0593 ext.0983
FAX (713) 623-0031

Medical Programs Officer
Navy Recruiting District
9990 Richmond Avenue, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77042-4546
(713) 953-5914

1850 Old Spanish Trail
Houston, TX 77054
(713) 797-1800

Medical Programs Officer
USAF Recruiting Team
6575 West Loop South, Suite 495
Bellaire, TX 77401-3502
(713) 661-5517

Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation

Educational loans are available through the student loan program of the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation.  If you are a U.S. citizen/Permanent Resident and Texas resident attending a college or university within the state of Texas, you may be eligible for loans through this program.  Applicants must be enrolled full time, and be classified as a junior, senior, or graduate/professional student.  Loan applications are available online at www.mspf.org.

For additional information and/or an application, contact:


1250 NE Loop 410 - Suite 810

San Antonio, TX  78209-1539

PHONE: 210-525-8494

FAX: 210-341-6627

EMAIL: studentloan@mspf.org

Website: www.mspf.org

Medical Professionals of Tomorrow Scholarship

US Medical Supplies, an online retailer of medical and mobility products, is proud to announce the return of the Medical Professionals of Tomorrow Scholarship for the fall 2011 semester. This scholarship, awarded every year, honors a student who is pursuing a career in the medical field with a $1,000 financial reward.
“We’re proud to bring this scholarship back,” said Tim Ziehwein, US Medical Supplies Vice President of sales. “The opportunity to award a student for pursuing a career in the medical field is something that we are proud to do each and every year.”
Last year’s winner was Cameron Waites, who wrote a profound response about his time in Iraq as a United States army medic and how the experience made him want to pursue a career in the medical field. “When we called up Cameron and told him he had won, he was ecstatic. He couldn’t believe he had won. That’s my favorite part of our scholarship: The ability to award it to students who truly deserve it, and hopefully we will be able to do the same thing this year.”
To qualify for the Medical Professionals of Tomorrow Scholarship, students need to be enrolled full time in a college or graduate level program, have a 3.0 GPA, and be a legal resident of the United States. Students will also need to have one full year of college experience before they can be awarded the scholarship. The winner is then chosen based on an essay question to which students must respond in 500 words or more.
The Medical Professionals of Tomorrow Scholarship is set to kick off on March 28th, and applications will be accepted until June 6th.

About US Medical Supplies:
US Medical Supplies is an online leader of Medical Supplies and disability products, specializing in lift chairs, stair lifts, mobility scooters, walk-in tubs and much more. For more information, please visit their website, www.USMedicalSupplies.com.



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We are proudly located in the historic Ashbel Smith Building, affectionately known as 'Old Red'.

Second Floor, Room 2.210

Mailing address:
Office of Enrollment Services
The University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, Texas 77555-1305

Ph: (409) 772-1215
Fax: (409) 772-4466

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