Scholarships and Loans

For the 2015-2016 academic year, the Alumni Association will contribute $76,000 in scholarships and low-interest loans for Robert Wood Johnson Medical School students.

No one better appreciates a medical school’s costs and benefits than its alumni. Looking back, many physicians clearly recall their own balancing act between studying and paying bills.

In recognition of its members’ own fine education and in support of today’s students, the Alumni Association puts its greatest effort into raising funds for scholarships and loans. In the past two decades, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School alumni have contributed more than $2 million to support student scholarships and low-interest loans.

Carol A. Terregino, MD ’86, senior associate dean for education and associate dean for admissions, fervently hopes that alumni will support scholarships, an important tool in competing for and recruiting top students.

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