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Federal and State Scholarship Programs

The scholarships listed below are service oriented scholarships awarded by government agencies.

Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program

The Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program provides payment for all tuition, required fees, and textbooks as well as a monthly stipend. A service commitment to the United States Air Force is required.

Army Health Professions Scholarship Program

The Army Health Professions Scholarship Program provides payment for all tuition, required fees, and textbooks as well as a monthly stipend.  A service commitment in the United States Army is required.

Local Contact: Captain Jason Hauk, jason.hauk@usarec.army.mil

National Health Service Corps Program

The National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program provides payment for tuition, fees, and other educational expenses as well as a monthly stipend in exchange for a service commitment after graduation.  After graduation, recipients must serve in a primary-care capacity in a National Health Service Corps approved position.

Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program

The Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program provides payment for all tuition, required fees, and textbooks as well as a monthly stipend.  A service commitment in the United States Navy is required.

Rural Communities Healthcare Investment Program

The Rural Communities Healthcare Investment Program is a state-funded program for practicing physicians in underserved Texas communities. This program can either reimburse a physician's loans or provide a stipend. A service requirement must be completed to successfully complete the program.

U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps

The U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps is a federally-funded program that provides competitive pay and salary to practicing physicians who serve in locations determined by program administration. Participants in the program must have completed their undergraduate education and at least one year of graduate medical education.

Last edited by: chauhan 06/19/2014

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