Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine offers multiple scholarships for admitted
and returning students based on academic performance, financial need, community involvement
and other merits. We also provide resources for external scholarship opportunities.
PCOM offers full- and partial-tuition scholarships to newly admitted incoming students on both campuses. Students will be considered by the office of admissions and faculty based on the admissions process—academic record, strength of interview and promise of exceptional achievement.LEARN MORE
The PCOM Office of Financial Aid awards financial need scholarships to admitted and returning students. There is limited funding available for financial need scholarships, so priority is given to returning PCOM students who complete their requirements on time and demonstrate financial need.LEARN MORE
There are numerous scholarships available to returning students. Consideration for these scholarships is based on academic performance, school and community involvement, specialty interest (DO students), financial need and other factors. Scholarships are available to students at each PCOM location.LEARN MORE
The PCOM Financial Aid Office is periodically notified of external agency scholarships. By completing the PCOM Scholarship Application within your Financial Aid Checklist in myPCOM each year, we will specifically notify you of certain external scholarships for which you may apply.
Additional external scholarship listings can be found within our Financial Aid Handbook.
Use scholarship database websites to search for external scholarships that may be available for graduate and medical students.LEARN MORE
The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) scholarship pays tuition, fees, other educational costs and provides a living stipend in return for a commitment to work at least two years at an NHSC-approved site in a medically underserved community. The NHSC Scholarship Program accepts applications once each year.
There are currently 15 PCOM students receiving the NHSC scholarship including 12 DO students (five from PCOM Georgia) and three MS in Physician Assistant Studies students.LEARN MORE
The United States Army, Navy and Air Force offer prospective military health professionals a paid medical education in exchange for service as a commissioned medical department officer.LEARN MORE