Dean's Scholarship FundPresented annually. Selection is made by the School's Scholarship and Awards Committee.
Alumni Scholarship FundMoney made available through donations of Medical Alumni; Recipients are selected by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee.
School of Nursing Scholarship FundFunds are made available through the Washington Women's Luncheon Club Scholarships. Awards are presented annually to one or more Nursing student(s) who have completed their junior year with excellence in academic, clinic, and overall performance. Award amounts vary.
John Houston Ware Scholarship FundEstablished by the Wear Foundation to aid worthy students. These scholarships are awarded for academic excellence.
Third-Party Awards and ScholarshipsAwards made to students by outside sources. The award amounts vary by student.
Federal Third-Party Awards and ScholarshipsGiven through the Army, Navy, Air Force and the USPHS offers Health Professions Scholarships to students interested in serving in the military. Students are required to serve a year as a commissioned officer for each year of participation in the program, with a two-year minimum. These scholarships provide tuition, other academic fees, required books, required equipment and a monthly living stipend.
William D. Mobley Memorial Scholarship FundAwarded annually to students who show evidence of financial need and are pursuing a career as dental hygienists, dental assistants, or dental technicians.
Sumner Foundation Scholarship FundEstablished in 1977 by Mrs. E.H. Sumners of Eupora, Miss., to provide scholarship assistance for students from Webster, Montgomery, Attala, Carroll and Choctaw counties who are enrolled at UMMC. Award amounts are based upon funding and vary each year. Applications are available through the UMMC financial aid office.
Douglas N. Wills Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1969 by classmates in memory of Douglass Wills. The fund provides scholarships for sophomore medical students who demonstrate promise in medicine, financial need and good character. Selection is made by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee. Minimum award is $500.
Dental School Scholarship FundFunding from outside sources to provide scholarships to dental students.
Celia Robson Physical Therapy AwardAwarded to a senior physical therapy student pursuing an orthopedic or sports medicine clinical education affiliation. Recipients must demonstrate academic competency, and show an interest in the community through service organizations and church activities. Award amount is $200.
Charles Dodgen Memorial Scholarship FundAwarded to a freshman based on overall performance and professional potential.
Hattiesburg Physician's ScholarshipEstablished in 1983 by the Board of Directors of the Hattiesburg Community Blood Center, Inc. Award recipients must be sophomores or juniors in the upper one-third of their class. Preference is given to medical students from the Hattiesburg area.
John F. Lucas Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by family and friends of Dr. Lucas, an obstetrician-gynecologist in Greenwood for more than 48 years. Incoming freshmen from Leflore, Sunflower, Washington, Bolivar, Humphreys and Yazoo counties are eligible. Selection is based on financial need. Selection is made by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee.
Ottillie Schillig Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1984 through a gift to the Medical Center from the Schillig Trust. At least one scholarship is available each year in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Related Professions, and School of Dentistry. All recipients must be in good academic standing, and preference is given to those students who intend to practice in smaller Mississippi towns and communities. Selection is made by the Scholarship and Awards Committee in each of the Medical Center schools.
Yvonne Bertolet ScholarshipPresented to junior nursing students who have a minimum GPA of 3.5; who actively participate in extracurricular school and campus activities; and who demonstrate qualities of caring and commitment. Selections are made by the School of Nursing Student Affairs Committee.
Bacot Foundation ScholarshipAwarded to a deserving upperclass medical student from Pascagoula. Award amount is $14,000 for each of two academic years.
R.H. Green Foundation ScholarshipAwarded annually to a minority medical student from the Jackson metropolitan area. Preference is given to those students who commit to practice in Mississippi. Selection is based on academic performance and financial need. Scholarship is renewable for the sophomore, junior, and senior years if the student remains in good academic standing.
Mattie D. Clifton ScholarshipAwarded annually to qualified students enrolled in the School of Nursing. Awards are based on financial need. Preference is given to students in the Nursing Services Administrative program, or older students reentering the work force.
Abe and Toni Abrams Scholarship FundAwarded annually to a worthy medical student from Jackson county. Selection is made by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee. Award amount is $500.
Dr. Jeff Hollingsworth Memorial ScholarshipAwarded annually to a junior and senior nursing student. Award amount is $2,000.
Leonard ScholarshipAwarded annually to two junior medical students who are in good academic standing and have proven financial need. Recipients must plan to practice in family medicine, and must commit to practice in Mississippi for a period of five years following graduation and residency training. Selection is made by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee.
L.D. Webb Memorial ScholarshipEstablished with a bequest from Dr. Webb in 1990. First-year students who demonstrate financial need and academic promise are eligible for this scholarship-renewable for each year of enrollment if the student remains in good academic standing. Preference is given to students from northeast Mississippi.
William K. Purks, MD, Merit ScholarshipEstablished by the Vicksburg Hospital Medical Foundation in 1990. Awarded by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee to a freshman medical student on the basis of outstanding academic achievement, character, and potential in the field of medicine. This scholarship may be renewed for each year of medical school.
Hazel Wilmington Medical ScholarshipEstablished in 1992, is awarded to a freshman medical student based on demonstrated financial need and overall promise in the field of medicine. The award is renewable each year if the recipient maintains good academic standing.
Norman C. Nelson, MD, ScholarshipEstablished as the Dean's Scholarships in 1988, were designated in the name of Dr. Norman C. Nelson in 1994 in honor of his 21-year tenure as Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine. Nelson Scholarships are awarded to superior students who have exceptional academic potential. The scholarship is renewable each year if the recipient remains in good academic standing.
McDevitt MD ScholarshipEstablished through a bequest from Alma Valentine McDevitt in memory of her husband, are awarded to worthy and deserving medical students. The scholarships are renewable for each year of medical school provided the recipient maintains good academic standing.
Mississippi Hospital Association (MHA) ScholarshipFunds received from the Mississippi Hospital Association to be used as scholarships for eligible students.
J.T. and Mary Davis ScholarshipAvailable to medical students who show financial need. Preference is given to students from Alcorn, Benton, Prentiss, Tippah, and Tishomingo counties who have successfully completed the first year of medical studies.
Pearl L. and Otis Walters ScholarshipFunds made available by the University of Mississippi Foundation are made available as scholarships to deserving students.
W. Forrest Hutchison Memorial ScholarshipEstablished by William Forrest Hutchison's family. This scholarship is awarded to a sophomore medical student who is in the top 25 percent of his/her class.
Dean's African-American Scholarship in DentistryScholarship is awarded annually to one African-American dental student.
Irene H. Snipes Memorial ScholarshipEstablished in 1997 by the Mississippi Hospital Association in memory of Irene H. Snipes. The fund provides assistance to students enrolled in the School of Health Related Professions who are in good academic standing. Selection is made by the Student and Alumni Affairs Committee in the School of Health Related Professions.
Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation ScholarshipThis scholarship supports female students with financial need who are residents of one of nine southern states. Students enrolled in medical, dental, nursing, and allied health programs can apply for these funds annually. Students receiving these funds must have a financial need and meet other qualifying criteria set forth by the LPW Foundation.
Edwin N. Rubenstein ScholarshipFunds made possible through the Rubenstein Endowment. One scholarship is to be awarded annually to a nursing student who has shown the most scholastic improvement by the end of his/her junior year. Recipients are selected by the School of Nursing Student Affairs Committee.
Charles Preston Winter ScholarshipEstablished in December 1997 by the Charles Preston Winters Foundation of West Point. Annual award is given to a senior medical student who is in good academic standing and plans on going into pediatrics. Preference is given to students who plan to practice in Mississippi.
James T. Baird Memorial ScholarshipAwarded in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Health Related Professions, and Dentistry. Scholarships is renewable as long as recipient remains in good academic standing. Preference is given to those students who intend to practice in smaller Mississippi towns and communities.
Robert M. Hearin ScholarshipEstablished by the Robert M. Hearin Support Foundation. Awards are made to outstanding students selected on the basis of their academic record and financial need.
Jake Mills Memorial Scholarship in MedicineFund scholarships in the School of Medicine.
Dr. Bill Weatherford Memorial ScholarshipFund scholarships in the School of Medicine.
Barksdales Medicine ScholarshipMade possible by the Barksdale Foundation Account. A full scholarship awarded to a first-year African-American medical student who is a Mississippi resident. Recipients are selected by the School of Medicine Scholarship and Awards Committee. Selection is based on prior academic achievement, the student's potential for success in medicine and accepted institutional financial aid guidelines. The scholarship is renewable each year as long as the recipient remains in good academic standing. Recipients must commit to reside and practice medicine in Mississippi for a period of five years.
Nina Bess Goss-Moffitt Scholarship in MedicineEstablished by Dr. Ellis M. Moffitt in 1999 in memory of his wife, Dr. Nina Bess Goss-Moffitt. Provides annual tuition scholarships to female medical students and is awarded on the basis of need and potential for successful completion of the four-year curriculum. Recipients will receive the Goss-Moffitt Scholarship each year in medical school if they remain in good academic standing.
C.D. Roberts, MD, Scholarship in MedicineScholarships awarded in the School of Medicine with preference given to Rankin County residents. Awarded based on need and potential for success.
Dean's Scholarship in the School of Health Related ProfessionsOne scholarship awarded annually.
EMT-Paramedic ScholarshipAvailable to students who, upon graduation, agree to be employed in an area of Mississippi that is considered to be at-risk for emergency medical services, as determined by the Mississippi State Department of Health, Office of Rural Health.
Mississippi Rural Physicians ScholarshipA unique longitudinal program that identifies rural college students who aspire to return to their roots to practice medicine. MRPSP Commission selects from applicants recommended by SOM Admissions Committee.
Orr-Russwurm Memorial ScholarshipScholarship preserved exclusively for the purpose of providing assistance to deserving students whom are planning a full or part-time career in Christian missionary work. The amount will vary annually based on eligibility of funds. All eligibility criteria as stated on the application MUST be met to obtain an award.
University of Mississippi Medical Center Child of Faculty/Staff AwardAvailable to children of employees of UMMC, University of Mississippi (Oxford) and University of Mississippi satellite centers (Tupelo, DeSoto) for at least 12 months prior to application submission. Children of retired as full-time employees with 10 years of service or those employees who die while in service are also eligible. Covers 50% of tuition per semester for each parent employed full time for at least 12 consecutive months. A tuition scholarship representing full tuition is available to children of full-time faculty and staff who were employed prior to July 1, 1977. All eligibility criteria as stated on the application MUST be met to obtain an award.