Program in Liberal Medical Education

Financial Aid

Brown University has implemented a need-blind admission policy for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

Brown Financial Aid

Beginning with the Class of 2007, the College implemented a need-blind admission policy for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents. "Need-blind admission" simply means that your ability to pay for your education will not be a factor in the admission decision. Its basic premise is that a family's financial circumstances will not be considered when reviewing a student's application for undergraduate admission. Family and individual circumstances are considered only with respect to financial aid.

Medical School Financial Aid

The Medical School works closely with students to identify and secure both institutional and external sources of funding needed to meet the high cost of medical education. While the primary responsibility for payment of medical education rests with each student and his or her family, the Medical School provides financial aid from several sources, including scholarships, low-interest, subsidized loans, non-subsidized loans, and part-time employment.