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Katherine Bolbach
MPH student Katherine Bolbach, co-founded Face AIDS to provide health education Learn More
Amanda Latimore
Brown Scholars Alumni Amanda Latimore, PhD '12 wants to employ a holistic approach to Baltimore’s public health problems. Learn More
Don Lucas
Don Lucas, an MPH student, wants to treat individual patients. Learn More
Chandra Jackson
Brown Scholars Alumni Chandra Jackson, PhD'12, focuses her research on the epidemiology, prevention and control of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Learn More

The Bloomberg School awards several competitive, merit-based scholarships to accepted students who are pursuing a full-time degree program.

If you are in the process of applying, keep in mind that your online application also serves as your scholarship application. Typically, no additional forms need to be submitted.

All of the materials you submit with your online application are important for the scholarship review process – especially personal statements, academic records and letters of recommendation.

Individual departments administer most of the scholarships, so contact your department of interest to learn more about your opportunities.

Here is a list of some of the most popular institutional scholarships available at the Bloomberg School.

Other Sources of Funding

While the Bloomberg School provides funding or scholarships for many students, unfortunately there are some students we are unable to fund. These students will need to obtain outside funding.

In addition to scholarships, other sources of funding include federal aid and grants from organizations outside of the Bloomberg School.

Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information on loans or federal aid. Browse multiple funding resources through Funding Opportunities.