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Army Scholarship Program information session planned


For many students, the cost of post-baccalaureate medical school is a deterrent to applying.

The U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program provides 100% tuition assistance and at least $2,700 in monthly stipends to help make dreams of becoming a doctor, dentist, nurse or veterinarian a reality.

Encourage students to attend this information session to learn how they can receive financial support for medical school in exchange for future military service at 6 p.m. Tuesday (April 9) in Bennett Tower, Room G05.

Information will be provided on medical internship selection, service requirements, duty assignments and general life as an Army physician, dentist, nurse or veterinarian. ROTC pathways will also be discussed for freshman and sophomore students.

Medical and dental school students are encouraged to attend to learn about scholarships available for current students.

The program also offers a $20,000 accessions bonus, no malpractice insurance requirement and commissioning as a second lieutenant while in school and advancement to captain upon graduation.

Seating is limited to 110 participants and free parking will be available in Lot 50 behind Towers. 

Students should send RSVP to John Dowling at