Students are also encouraged to seek outside scholarships, and those who are 100% eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill can also apply for the UVM Yellow Ribbon Scholarship.
The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont is the seventh medical school established in the U.S.
Merit and service scholarships are available for medical students at UVM.
The Robert Larner M.D. College of Medicine Scholarships
- Eligibility factors include academic achievement, merit, diversity, and socio-economic background.
- The College of Medicine Admissions department is responsible for choosing and notifying recipients.
- Students are automatically considered for these scholarships if they are accepted into the College of Medicine.
- Award amounts vary for each student, but generally range from $10,000 - $50,000 per year.
- Scholarships are generally renewable up to four years if making satisfactory academic progress.
- No separate application needed; FAFSA is not required or considered.
- Funded by institutional endowments.
Yellow Ribbon Scholarship (Application Required)
Learn more about Yellow Ribbon Scholarship eligibility and how to apply.
There are variety of service-oriented scholarships for medical students that will pay full tuition and fees, books and supplies, plus a monthly stipend for living expenses while the student is enrolled.
Specific terms and conditions vary among service organizations.
- Indian Health Service Scholarship Program
- National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program
- Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program
- U.S. Air Force Health Professions
- U.S. Army Health Care Recruiting Team
- U.S. Navy Recruiting Command