Financial Aid for Graduate Programs

Financial assistance for graduate study at USC is available from several sources:

The USC Financial Aid Office administers federal aid programs and provides information about private financing programs. The Graduate School administers several fellowship programs and provides information about funding from sources outside the university. Several federal agencies and private foundations offer support for students engaged in research in specific fields of study. In addition, many corporations provide fellowships or tuition reimbursement for their employees.

The Graduate School administers several fellowship programs and provides information about funding from sources outside the university. Several federal agencies and private foundations offer support for students engaged in research in specific fields of study. In addition, many corporations provide fellowships or tuition reimbursement for their employees.

USC Public Health Career Services curates opportunities specifically for Department of Preventive Medicine students and recent alumni in Public Health Connection, a private employment database. In addition to job postings, the listings include scholarships, fellowships and internships.

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Questions?

Applicants are encouraged to direct any questions about financial aid to the Keck School of Medicine Financial Aid Office:

USC Health Sciences Financial Aid Office 
Keck School of Medicine 
University of Southern California 

1975 Zonal Avenue, KAM B-22 
Los Angeles, CA 90089-9033
Phone (323) 442-1016. 
Fax (323) 442-2943 
E-mail medfao@usc.edu

2018-2019 Estimate of Costs

*The tuition amount is based on 10 units of tuition. Students who take more units will be charged a per-unit amount. If you take more than 10 units and would like to request an increase to your estimated cost of attendance, contact the Financial Aid Office.

**The tuition amount is based on 6 units of tuition. Students who take more units will be charged a per-unit amount. If you take more than 6 units and would like to request an increase to your estimated cost of attendance, contact the Financial Aid Office.