Financial Aid for MD Students
NYU Long Island School of Medicine is proud to award Full-Tuition Scholarships for our three-year accelerated MD program to all matriculated students who maintain satisfactory academic progress and professionalism standards, regardless of merit or financial need. We continue to expand our commitment to affordable education with an additional need-based Debt-Free Scholarships to students who qualify, which helps eliminate the need for loans to cover costs beyond tuition.
We believe our three-year accelerated program, together with offering a Full-Tuition Scholarship, affords students the freedom to pursue career paths anchored in primary care; attend medical school without incurring overwhelming educational debt; and ultimately enter the physician workforce one year earlier than graduates of a traditional four-year medical education program. Beginning with the 2021–22 academic year, our students now have the opportunity to apply for additional need-based scholarships that cover the remaining cost-of-attendance expenses such as housing, food, books, and other miscellaneous costs.
Our groundbreaking Full-Tuition Scholarship and now need-based Debt-Free Scholarship programs help improve the financial wellbeing of our students, allowing you to graduate unencumbered by the significant financial burdens that typically impact graduating physicians nationally.
U.S. citizens, permanent residents, students in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and international students are eligible to receive our Full-Tuition Scholarship so long as they have successfully obtained an undergraduate bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada by the time of matriculation. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
NYU Long Island School of Medicine’s Office of Financial Aid is overseen by Robin Camhi Baum, MS, associate dean for admissions and financial aid; Johnathan Chancellor, director; and Stephen Dougherty, manager. For questions about the financial aid application process or to schedule a counseling session, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Financial Aid
NYU Long Island School of Medicine
222 Station Plaza North, Suite 505
Mineola, NY 11501