Indiana Academy of Family Physicians

 

Student and Resident Financial Assistance

State Sources of Aid:

The Indiana Primary Care Scholarship Program
This scholarship provides all tuition and fees for each of the four years of medical school. For each year of the award, an IPCSP scholar will incur one year of obligated service providing fulltime primary health care in a designated shortage area. Students have the right to select an MUA or HPSA from the ISDH database any time after the scholarship is awarded, but no later than the end of the second year of residency. For more information click here.

A list of financial aid available through IU School of Medicine and Other Sources can be found here.

For information on IUSM scholarships contact:
Jose R. Espada, Director
MSAA Student Financial Services
635 Barnhill Drive, MS119
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5120
(317) 274-1967
Jespada@iupui.edu
 
Federal Sources of Aid:
Bureau of Health Professions Primary Care Loans
The Federal Department of Health and Human Services provides low interest loans to full time financially needy students to pursue their medical degree. Students are then required to practice primary care until their loan has been paid off. For more information click here.

National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment
The Federal Department of Health and Human services provides $50,000 in loan repayment in exchange for practicing primary care for two years in an underserved area. For more information click here.

National Health Service Corps Scholarships
The Federal Department of Health and Human services provides scholarships to cover tuition, fees, other costs, and a living stipend to medical students who promise to practice primary care in an underserved area for every year they received the scholarship. For more information click here.