Scholarships and Other Funding

The School of Medicine has put together a list of scholarships for which you may be eligible. To be eligible for UNR Med scholarships, you must submit the UNR Med scholarship application and complete your FAFSA or institutional methodology if you are not FAFSA-eligible. 

  • UNR Med Scholarship Application for current UNR Medical Students only. Incoming Students (Class of 2026) apply via your pre-matriculation AMP Portal.

The deadline for submission is February 28, 2023. You must use your NetID and password for login credentials.

For UNR Med scholarship questions, contact Stevielynn Webber in the Office of Admissions and Student Affairs. 

Scholarship and Grant Resources

National Women's Fund – Deadline February 28th

The mission of the NAWF is dedicated to strengthening the community by empowering women to improve their lives and those of their families. NWF works with community donors and supporters to raise financial contributions and other resources to support northern Nevada women and families. We identify critical social needs and address them through the award of individual education scholarships and grant-making to northern Nevada non-profit organizations that share the NWF mission to strengthen and empower our community.

Phil and Jennifer Satre Medical Education Scholarship – Deadline April 1st

The Phil and Jennifer Satre Medical Education Scholarship is established to provide financial assistance for college students with the intent to pursue or who are already pursuing a medical degree. The Satres recognize the importance of having qualified medical professionals ready and willing to serve the great state of Nevada. This scholarship provides support from the junior undergraduate year through medical school for individuals who are committed to pursuing a medical degree – and with the intent to practice in Nevada.

The Doyle Foundation - Deadline February 1st

Community Foundation of Western Nevada

Jack and Jane Becker Medical School Scholarship

More Scholarship Resources