Office of Financial Aid

UToledo Health Science Campus Student Financial Aid Opportunities


University Scholarship Opportunities

Many scholarships are offered by the college and program offices that serve students on the UT Health Science Campus:  College of Medicine & Life Sciences, College of Nursing, College of Pharmacy and Physician Assistant Studies.  You may contact those offices directly for more information.

A searchable Scholarship Guide can be found here along with contact information and some applications:

Various University Committees participate in the scholarship recipient selection process.  Most scholarships applications are available January through March for the subsequent academic award year.

External Scholarship Opportunities

We also encourage students to seek reputable scholarship opportunities external to the University of Toledo to assist with educational costs and potentially reduce loan indebtedness.  Scholarship applications should be free, no fee required.  Here are some sites begin your search:

Choose Ohio First Scholarships (New Medical Students)

The Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program awards Ohio colleges, universities and their business partners that have developed innovative academic programs to recruit and retain more Ohio students into STEMM fields.  The funding that they receive is used to offer scholarships for those programs to current and potential students.   Learn more

National Health Service Corps Scholarship (Medical, Nurse Practitioner, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Physician Assistant)

This program is administered by NHSC with regard to application and the selection process.  If selected, NHSC will request a third party billing from the University of Toledo.  This is a service based scholarship whereby the applicant must be committed to primary care, accepted to and/or enrolled in the one of the degree programs listed above.


Federal Direct Loans

(Graduate Students – Federal Unsubsidized Loan, Federal Graduate Plus Loan)

Apply for an FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID) at if you don’t already have one. Then, file the appropriate award year FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at  Once the University has received your FAFSA information, your admission will be matched with this data and your program cost of attendance will determine your aid eligibility. The University will provide you an award letter with instructions as to how to accept/reduce/decline and/or apply for credit worthy loans, complete master promissory notes and entrance counseling for loans.

Health Resources & Services Administration

Primary Care Loan Program (Medical):

Alternative Loans

Last Updated: 10/27/20