Financial Aid, Scholarships and Registration

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Get Help Paying for Your Medical Education

If you have the talent, passion and determination to embrace medical innovation and become a physician leader, we’re equally as committed to helping you find the financial resources to achieve your dreams.

Financial Aid

The team at NSU Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) has everything you need to apply for financial aid. Our office administers federal, state, and university financial aid programs such as grants, loans and scholarships.

See How to Apply

Scholarships

The NSU MD Scholarship Committee allocates scholarships based on a holistic approach. We strongly suggest you submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) promptly. 

Current-Use Scholarships

Charles A. Messa, III, M.D., FACS, Scholarship Fund
Award Criteria: Partial tuition scholarship to students with an interest in research during the four-year program. There is no separate application.

Dean’s Scholarship Fund
Award Criteria: Partial tuition scholarship to students with an interest in cancer immunotherapy research. There is no separate application.

Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Allopathic Medicine (NSU MD) Fund
Award Criteria: NSU MD 2018 charter class and beyond. All accepted students are automatically considered. There is no separate application. 

Health Professions Division Chancellor’s Scholarships
Award Criteria: Full and/or partial tuition scholarship awarded to in-state NSU MD students.

Mary Jane Harlow Scholarship Fund
Award Criteria: NSU MD 2018 charter class. Partial tuition scholarship to students, FAFSA required. There is no separate application.

Silverman Foundation Patel MD College Scholarship Fund 

Award Criteria: Incoming or current NSU MD Student. FAFSA required. Separate application required. 

 Steven and Rosemary Kircher Scholarship 

Award Criteria: Incoming or current NSU MD Student. FAFSA required. Separate application required. 

 

Learn More About Scholarship Opportunities

Explore Additional Financial Resources

Federal Student Aid, part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid nationwide. It provides more than $120 billion in student grants, loans and work-study funds annually.

See Types of Aid and How to Apply

Registration

Registering for Classes

Register for classes online through Sharklink, then go to SSB (WebStar)

  • Select the “Student Tab” and then select “Registration”
  • From the registration tab, you can check your registration, add/drop classes, and/or display your class schedule

As a reminder, please log into Sharklink to accept the Student Enrollment Agreement (SEA) before registering

 Add/Drop Deadlines

Add/Drop Penalty
First week through the first Sunday of the term No Penalty (100% tuition refund)
Second week through the second Sunday of the term 75% tuition refund
Third week and onward No refund
For any registration related questions, including but not limited to when the registration period opens and the start date of the term to determine add/drop penaltiescontact Dr. Alyssa Eason by telephone (954) 262-0522 or (954) 262-0515, or by email ak503@nova.edu.

Our Team is Here to Help

Financial Aid Applications

Eight steps to get the funds you need.
Financial Aid Applications

Admissions Timeline

Don’t miss important dates.
Admissions Timeline

Application Steps

Already know what you need?
Application Steps

Financial Aid Questions

Call toll-free 800-806-3680.
Financial Aid Questions

Calculate Loan Scenarios and Payoff Rates

The MedLoans® Organizer and Calculator (MLOC), developed by the Association of American Medical Colleges, helps medical students manage education debt. You can run different repayment plan/cost scenarios based upon your data and have a secure place to organize and track your student loans.

Try MLOC