Financial Aid at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
It costs considerably more to provide a medical education than what the student actually pays in tuition and fees. In addition to what students pay in tuition and fees, the medical school receives funding that comes from the state of Indiana subsidies, supportive organizations, generous friends and alumni.
The Medical Student Affairs-Student Financial Services (MSA-SFS) Office assists medical students in identifying resources in meeting the cost whose combined personal resources are not sufficient to meet the total cost of their medical education.
MSA-SFS manages and administers the Indiana University School of Medicine Scholarship and Loan Programs, acts as a liaison between the IU School of Medicine and the IUPUI Office of Student Financial Services as well as the IUPUI Bursar's Office. It also provides medical students with information about internal and external funding opportunities.
The Guide provides information on the various financial aid programs available at the IU School of Medicine. The Guide separated into an Introduction, Applying for Financial Aid, Programs administered by IUPUI, Managing Your Debt, Service-Related Scholarships, Loan Consolidation, Programs offered through IUSM and an Appendix of other resources.
There is a specific site that is for new students (to your left sidebar), which provides information for New Students to the IU School of Medicine.
The MSA-Student Financial Services Office is located in the VanNuys Medical Sciences Building, Room 158.
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Information on Tuition and Fees
2014-2015 Academic Year MSA Travel Grant Application (funding no longer available for the 2014-2015 Academic year).
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
School Code: 001813(00)
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2015 Summer (SU) and 2015-2016 Academic Year (AY) Financial Aid Cost of Attendance (COA) and Financial Aid Timelines
Mail Scholarship checks from outside programs to:
IU School of Medicine
PO Box 7059
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7059
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