Financial Aid

Financial Aid Announcement: 

The Department of Education (DOE) recently announced that there will be a delay in processing the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The DOE plans to send FAFSA data beginning in mid-march to colleges and universities. Despite the significant delay, the Office of Financial Aid at TUSM remains committed to helping students with the financial aid process. While the 2024-25 FAFSA is delayed, we strongly encourage all eligible students to complete the financial aid process as soon as possible. As soon as we are able to access 2024-25 data, the Office of Financial Aid will begin the review of financial aid eligibility for applicants and will send Financial Aid Eligibility Notices and more information via email. 


Tufts University School of Medicine's Office of Financial Aid serves all students in the MD and MD/combined degree programs, Public Health programs, Professional Degree programs, Nutrition programs, and Tufts Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences programs.

The intent of the financial aid programs at the School of Medicine is to assist students with meeting any shortfall that exists after a maximum effort has been made by the student and his/her family to pay for school-related costs.

Financial Aid advisors are available to answer questions and to provide assistance.

Although staff can answer routine questions on a walk-in basis during office hours, you are encouraged to make an appointment if you would like to meet with your particular financial aid advisor at a specific time.