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There are a host of scholarships available to students at Howard University's college of medicine.
Among them are:
National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program
The National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Scholarship Program, enacted by Public Law 94- 484 on October 12, 1976, is a program established to bring health care to regions of the country that have critical shortages of health personnel. Scholarship recipients are contracted to the Corps, which attempts to place practitioners in health personnel shortage areas in which they prefer to serve, and where they may decide to stay and retain their practice after completing their service obligations.
Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship
The Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program provides contracts for financial assistance to medical students in exchange for an active duty service commitment to one of the Armed Forces (Air Force, Army, or Navy). Obligations incurred in the program will be served as a medical officer (physician) in the appropriate service. Application is made to each service separately and, although the programs are basically similar, there are a few minor variations.
Primary Care Loans (PCL)
Under this program, schools of medicine may make loans to students who are committed to a career as a family physician, general internist, general pediatrician, or specialist in preventive medicine/public health. Commitment is defined as agreeing to enter and complete a residency training program in primary care as previously defined and to practice primary health care through the date on which the loan is repaid in full.