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Washington State University is committed to seating an extraordinary and diverse charter class for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. Scholarships will enable the college to attract the very best students from communities, large and small, throughout the state. Your support will alleviate the financial barriers encountered by this exceptional class as they pursue their medical educations.
HELP STUDENTS CHOOSE WSU
For aspiring physicians, affording medical school is challenging. For an untold many more—particularly from underrepresented populations—the cost can seem insurmountable, discouraging talented and qualified students from purposing careers in medicine. For these students, scholarships can mean the difference between choosing the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, enrolling elsewhere, or leaving the state of Washington to study medicine. In some cases, scholarship support can influence whether or not a student even pursues a career in medicine.
You can help these amazing students realize their full potential in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University.
60 FOR 60 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine launches the 60 for 60 Endowed Scholarship Initiative to ensure all students from the charter class receive scholarship assistance. Our goal is to establish 60 news endowed scholarships to support all 6o students in the charter class.
You can help empower these remarkable students to succeed and build a strong foundation of support to benefit each class that follows. Our students need your support. When you invest in our students, you invest in the future health of our communities.
If you would like to contribute to the 60 for 60 Endowed Scholarship Initiative or are interested in other opportunities, please contact Nancy Fike or Victoria Miles.
Couple uses their own medical school paths to provide for future Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine students.
Creating opportunities for the charter class
Fritz and Julie Clarke’s generous donation helps underwrite the cost of medical school for incoming students.
We thank you for your interest and support of medical sciences at Washington State University. Your gifts support:
- Student scholarships and financial aid
- Student and faculty research
- Purchasing of new or updated equipment for laboratories and classrooms
- Recruitment and retention of world-class faculty
- Student travel expenses to present their work at professional conferences
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Student Scholarship Fund
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Student Scholarship Fund will help the college recruit talented and qualified students from various backgrounds by alleviating the financial barriers they face as they pursue their education.
Dr. Elson S. Floyd Medical Education Founder’s Fund
The Dr. Elson S. Floyd Medical Education Founders Fund provides critical support for accreditation, implementation and operation of the new Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. The College is thankful for it supporters.
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Dean’s Excellence Fund
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Dean’s Excellence Fund is used at the discretion of the Dean. This fund helps develop innovative programs, recruit faculty and provides the opportunity to support the essential needs in pursuing the mission of the Medical School.
Sponsor a Stethoscope
Every professional needs a proper uniform. Sponsor a crimson stethoscope for a member of our medical school class so they can be fully equipped to take on the challenges medical school throws at them.
Speech & Hearing Sciences Development Fund
Speech and Hearing Excellence Fund is used at the discretion of the Chair. The fund helps provide student support, develop innovative programs and provide opportunities to grow and develop the program.
Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Excellence Fund
The Nutrition and Exercise Physiology Excellence Fund supports student scholarships and financial aid, student travel expenses to attend professional conferences, new equipment and the recruitment and retention of faculty.