Almost all Geisel students graduate with medical school debt—on average about $184,000, but often more. Although that’s lower than the national average, it can be overwhelming for someone who still has many years of training ahead, especially those planning to work in underserved communities. That’s why every bit of scholarship support can make a dramatic difference for students now and in the future.
A robust scholarship endowment will enable Geisel to attract the best students regardless of their ability to pay and to build diverse classes each year, enriching the educational experience for all. Make a gift to scholarships.
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The first in his family to attend college. A first-generation American. A Cape Verdean committed to underserved communities. Meet three Geisel students who receive scholarship support. Read more
A gift of $100,000 in 1992 created a scholarship endowment that has grown to more than $400,000—and has benefitted dozens of students. Read More
For TlalliAztlan “Tlalli” Moya-Smith, a confluence of personal interests and passions, all rooted in her family history, has made Geisel a perfect fit. Read More