The cost of medical school shouldn’t deter great talent. That’s why every Dell Medical School student receives some form of scholarship support in addition to resources for loan management, budgeting and more.
Student Affairs is dedicated to helping physician leaders graduate with financial stability and stewardship skills that can be applied to their work in advancing value-based health care.
The AAMC offers services and tools to help undergraduate and graduate medical students make informed financial decisions. The Financial Wellness Program is a free resource with a variety of online financial education courses.
The AAMC’s Financial Information, Resources, Services and Tools (FIRST) program provides videos and webinars on topics like paying for medical school, the cost of residency interviews, managing loans and more.
Students can participate in UT’s financial literacy program which includes online learning modules, a resource guide and recommended applications for budgeting.
The U.S. Department of Education equips medical students with information about how to obtain aid and repay loans.
To remain eligible for federal, state and some institutional financial aid, students must comply with UT Austin’s standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). All medical students are evaluated for SAP at the end of each spring semester.