Types of Aid

A medical education is an investment in your future and many students must look beyond their own resources for financial assistance. Campbell Medicine makes every effort to help students meet the cost of tuition and fees and to assist with living expenses.

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Loans

  Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan Federal Graduate Plus Loan Private/Alternate Loan
MS-1 & MS-2 Annual Loan Limits $40,500 – Health Professions Students Annual cost of attendance minus any other financial aid Annual cost of attendance minus any other financial aid
MS-3 & MS-4 Annual Loan Limits $47,167 – Health Professions Students Annual cost of attendance minus any other financial aid Annual cost of attendance minus any other financial aid
Interest Rate Fixed at 5.28% Fixed at 6.28% Typically Variable
Origination Fees 1.057% deducted from loan proceeds 4.228% deducted from loan proceeds Fees vary based on lender & loan
Credit Requirement No credit check Credit check required; cosigner may be required. Credit check required; cosigner may be required.
How it Works Interest accrues on the loan while the student is enrolled in school; however, students are not required to make payments until the 6-month grace period is exhausted (after graduation or upon dropping below half-time status). Interest accrues on the loan while the student is enrolled in school; however, students are not required to make payments until the 6-month grace period is exhausted (after graduation or upon dropping below half-time status). Grace period and repayment terms vary.
Repayment Period 10-25 years (several repayment options available) 10-25 years (several repayment options available) Typically 10 years standard
How to Apply

FAFSA

Unsubsidized MPN

Entrance Counseling

FAFSA

Graduate PLUS MPN

PLUS Request Process

Online at the lender of your choice’s website 

Scholarships

Campbell Medicine awards merit and endowed scholarships to a limited number of admitted students. Merit Scholarship criteria is based primarily on cumulative GPA, science GPA, MCAT score, applicant interview and content of scholarship essay.  Endowed scholarship criteria varies based on the respective scholarship agreements.

Merit Scholarships

In order for a student to be considered for the Presidential Scholarship, the student must have a cumulative and science GPA of 3.50 or higher AND an MCAT score of greater than 30/75th percentile. (rounding up GPA is permitted by the Committee). Presidential Scholarship recipients will be awarded a $20,000 tuition scholarship which can be renewed annually.

In order for a student to be considered for the Dean’s Scholarship, the student must have a cumulative and science GPA of 3.50 or higher with an MCAT score of greater than 24/45th percentile (or an MCAT score of greater than 30/75th percentile, OR an MCAT score of greater than 30/75th percentile with a science and cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher. Dean’s Scholarship recipients will be awarded a $10,000 tuition scholarship which can be renewed annually.

In order for a student to be considered for the Campbell University Scholarship, the student must be a Campbell University graduate and have a cumulative and science GPA of 3.30 or higher and an MCAT score of greater than 24/45th percentile (rounding up GPA is permitted by the Committee). Campbell University Scholarship recipients will be awarded a $10,000 tuition scholarship, which can be renewed annually. This award may be in addition to other Campbell University scholarships.

The Academic Excellence award is given to students who have achieved a GPA of 4.0 in the academic year. Should there be any funding available at the beginning of the academic year, this money will be allocated to the Academic Excellence Award. This award is not renewable and is only granted on the availability of funds.

The Jerry M. Wallace Scholar award is given to the students who have achieved a GPA of 3.5-3.9. Should there be any funding available at the beginning of the academic year, this money will be allocated to the Jerry M. Wallace Scholar Award. This award is not renewable and is only granted on the availability of funds.

Endowed Scholarships

The Rachel Helen Silver Scholarship is awarded to a second year student at the end of their second year upon being nominated by classmates and selected by the Scholarship Committee.

The scholarship is awarded to a student(s) who clearly demonstrates a willingness and a passion to give back to their academic community as well as their local, regional and even national or international communities.

The William F. Morris, DO Scholarship is awarded to a second year student at the end of their second year who apply and are then selected by the Scholarship Committee.

The scholarship is awarded to a student(s) who demonstrate excellence and a passion for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine.  First preference is given to students who have served as OMM TAs.