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- Financial Assistance Available to Current Students
- Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants at the Friedman School - The faculty at the Friedman School seek opportunities from a variety of sources that provide financial assistance and defray tuition costs. Such financial options cover a variety of research: obesity, sustainability, cardiovascular and chronic disease.
Office of Financial Aid-Tufts University School of Medicine - A variety of information is available, including but not limited to: types of aid available, how to apply, financial literacy information, and repayment options and examples.
Web site: medicine.tufts.edu/finaid
- Frequently Asked Questions About Graduate Financial Aid - The School of Medicine Office of Financial Aid's web site has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions about financial aid, including the process, forms and how to apply which may be useful.
- Tufts Loan Repayment Program for Graduates
- The Tufts Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) is a new university-wide program that helps selected Tufts graduates working in public service pay a portion of their annual education loan bills. Believed to be the first university-wide program of this kind in the country, the purpose of the Tufts Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) is to encourage and enable Tufts graduates to pursue careers in public service by reducing the extent to which their educational debt is a barrier to working in comparatively low-salaried jobs in the non-profit and public sectors.
This program is eligible to all Tufts graduates with educational loans incurred from attending Tufts and who are employed by a non-profit.
Read all the details at the LRAP web site: http://lrap.tufts.edu.
- Tuition Rates
- View the current Friedman School Tuition Rates.
- Estimate of Expenses
- Created by the Tufts University International Center, this PDF document shows expenses not only for the Friedman programs, but also for living in/around Boston, books and supplies and associated fees.
- Health Sciences Bursar
- Located in Posner Hall, the Bursar is the place to take questions regarding your bills, payment options, refunds, and to get MBTA passes and parking coupon books.
200 Harrison Ave, Posner Hall, Suite #101
Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday
Phone: (617) 636-6551
- Student Employment Office (SEO)
- While Friedman faculty will usually alert students about TA and research positions available, the SEO posts jobs available to all Tufts' students. Along with a searchable jobs database, the SEO also maintains the Student Employment Manual, explaining how to find a campus job, deal with taxes and what forms you will need to complete.
Student Employment Office, Dowling Hall 7th Floor, Medford
Phone (617) 627-2000