This page is intended to serve as a resource for finding scholarships that may be available for students in the Morsani College of Medicine graduate programs. Students should refer to the links provided and the awarding entities for the most up-to-date information.
USF offers a variety of scholarships for graduate students. To view a list of scholarships you may be eligible for, you will need to complete a questionnaire in the USF Award Spring Database. Scholarships can be based on academic merit, extracurricular activities (e.g. Boys Scouts, ROTC, Robotics, etc.), special talents, or demographics.
Some scholarships consider financial need and will require that you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The USF Office of Graduate Studies offers a handful of scholarships and fellowships to graduate students based on specific criteria. Please visit the Graduate Studies Scholarship Page for application requirements and additional information.
The Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs offers a variety of scholarships to students enrolled in a Morsani College of Medicine graduate program. The available awards are outlined below.
If you have any questions, please contact Ronnie Banks at email@example.com.
|Award Name||Amount||Eligibility||Deadline||Application Requirements|
Edith Wright Hartley Graduate Scholarship
Up to $2,500
Available to all full or part time graduate students in the Morsani College of Medicine.
This award is offered every other year; the next application will be in 2023.
|Bonati Spine Institute Scholarship||Up to $1,500||Available to full time students pursuing a Master’s degree in the Morsani College of Medicine. Preference for students who are willing to enter bioinformatics/computer-based research with MCOM faculty during their Master’s program.||November 15||
Not currently being offered.
Any award opportunities that are offered outside of USF will be listed here.
The McKnight Doctoral Fellowship program is designed to address the under-representation of African American and Hispanic faculty at colleges and universities in the state of Florida by increasing the pool of citizens qualified with Ph.D. degrees to teach at the college and university levels. As a by-product, it is expected that employment opportunities in industry will also be expanded.
Application Deadline: January 15
The purpose of this Kirschstein-NRSA program is to enable promising predoctoral students with potential to develop into a productive, independent research scientists, to obtain mentored research training while conducting dissertation research. The F31 is also used to enhance workforce diversity though a separate program.
Although not technically fellowships, these grants support dissertation research costs of students in accredited research doctoral programs in the United States (including Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories or possessions).
To enhance the integrated research and clinical training of promising students who are matriculated in pre-doctoral or clinical health professional degree training programs and who intend careers as scientists, physician-scientists or other clinician-scientists, or related careers aimed at improving global cardiovascular health.
At the time of application, the applicant must be:
At the time of award activation, the candidate must have completed initial coursework and be at the stage of the program where he/she can devote full-time effort to research or activities related to the development into an independent researcher or a related career aimed at improving global cardiovascular health.