Financial Planning for Medical School
Department of Student Affairs
School of Medicine Code: 002568
The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine is one of the best values in medical education. Students who meet residency criteria have the opportunity to receive an excellent medical education while paying a low tuition. However, medical school is still a significant financial investment for students and their families. It is important that you are prepared to take on the responsibility to meet financial obligations while attending and after you graduate medical school. The School of Medicine's Financial Aid department can educate, inform and assist you in financial planning and managing student debt. There are many resources available to you in the form of scholarships, grants and financial planning. You are encouraged to read all the information provided and contact the Assistant Director of Financial Aid if you have additional questions.
- Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) FIRST Program: Financial information, resources, services and tool from the AAMC.
- MedLoans Organizer and Calculator: This tool is for medical students and residents and provides a secure location to organize and track your medical school loans.
- National Student Loan Data System: US Department of Education's central database for student aid.
- Short-term emergency loans are available to students. These loans are interest free for 90 days with a maximum of $2000. Fill out the promissory note and contact Jodi Shpargel.