MD Program Tuition & Financial Aid
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Financing Your Future

Learn how to pay for medical school with research, planning and guidance.

There’s an undeniable reality for tomorrow’s doctors: Most medical school students graduate with debt — almost 75 percent, according to the AAMC. It’s important to know all your financial aid options before you go forward.

The University of Michigan Medical School Financial Aid Office is dedicated to ensuring that eligible students get the financial resources needed to cover their medical education expenses.

The majority of students who enroll in our program apply for and receive some kind of financial aid. These could be federal and/or institutional loans, and grants and scholarships.

We welcome students throughout the financial aid cycle, from admissions through graduation. We’re here to help you make smart, informed decisions for your financial future. Let us know what you need.

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