For some students, the cost of a world-class education can put a degree out of reach. At graduation, about two-thirds of GW medical students carry more than $200,000 in student loan debt. Physician assistant and physical therapy students can take on debts of up to $100,000.
Scholarships and fellowships open doors to a greater diversity of highly-qualified students and enable them to pursue a degree at GW without significant financial debt. With philanthropic support, SMHS students can pursue their passion and build a healthier world for all of us.