Scholarships

The UTRGV School of Medicine’s Scholarship Program is a vital financial resource that assists deserving medical students pay for their education. Scholarships are awarded based on need, merit, or a combination of the two. Scholarships do not have to be repaid, but students must be in “good standing” in order to receive them. At the School of Medicine, “good standing” equates to good academics and professionalism. If a student is required to repeat a year, they are not in good standing for scholarship consideration and therefore, ineligible to receive a scholarship for the repeating year. However, the scholarship (if available) can be reinstated once the student is in “good standing” and promoted.

Regarding Scholarship opportunities below are some links that students may apply to.

Regarding other available programs, students may apply for military benefits such as Hazlewood through the Hazlewood Act, and Post 9/11 GI Bill. 

  • For Post 9/11 GI Bill our office works with the UTRGV Veteran Affairs office is securing military benefits for eligible students.
  • For additional Hazlewood information and application, students may visit the UTRGV Hazlewood Homepage
    • Our office works with the UTRGV Financial Aid Hazlewood Team on processing documentation needed to secure these benefits.  Veterans and students must register their Hazlewood benefits through the Texas Veterans Commission Website
  • Additional scholarship programs are available for students interested in joining the Armed Forces.
    • Health Professions Scholarship Program

The School of Medicine has a dedicated Associate Director of Financial Aid who manages all financial aid matters for medical school students. Please direct all questions to MDFinancialAid@utrgv.edu.