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Scholarship Information

 

 Medical College of Wisconsin Capitation Credit

Each year, the College admits approximately one-half of its entering class from its Wisconsin applicant pool. All acceptances offered to applicants claiming to be Wisconsin residents will be contingent upon confirmation of their residency status by the Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB), located in Madison, WI.

To apply for Wisconsin residency for tuition purposes, you will need to complete the Wisconsin Residency Determination form. Mail the form and supporting documentation to HEAB at the address listed on the form. The state of Wisconsin will provide Wisconsin residents a capitation credit of approximately $5,000 which will be applied toward tuition for the 2014-2015 academic year. The Capitation amount is an estimate based upon Wisconsin resident enrollment and is subject to change each academic year.

 Medical College of Wisconsin Scholarships
The Medical College of Wisconsin offers a modest number of merit scholarships to incoming students. Recipients are selected by the Senior Associate Dean and will be notified of the award by that office. A limited number of scholarships are available to students based on financial need. These are awarded through the standard financial aid application process and no special application is required.  Applicants requesting to be considered for MCW scholarship funding must have their parents submit the Parental Verification Worksheet to the Financial Aid Office.
 Armed Forces Health Profession Scholarship Program

The ArmyNavy and Air Force offer programs that pay tuition, fees, health insurance premium, books and a monthly living allowance. For each year of scholarship you receive a year of military service is expected, for a minimum of three years.  Information on these programs can be obtained from a recruiting office near you.

 National Health Service Corps Scholarship

The National Health Service Corps is a competitive federal program offering the scholarship recipient tuition, fees, health insurance premium, books and a monthly stipend. In return for each year of award, scholarships recipients incur a one-year service obligation providing full-time clinic services at sites in federally designated Health Manpower Shortage Areas of the United States. Application deadline is usually late March for the following academic year. Further information can be found on their website.

 Wisconsin Medical Society Scholarships

The Wisconsin Medical Society is a private organization that offers scholarships to Wisconsin residents. Further scholarship descriptions and applications can be found on their website.

 Private Scholarships
The Financial Aid Office has information on money that is available from outside sources for MCW students. Look to our homepage for current information. The Financial Aid Page and College Answer are websites of reputable companies that will complete a scholarship search for you at no charge. Never pay anyone to search for scholarships for you.
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