Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program
Website: US Air Force
The Air Force offers scholarships for Healthcare professionals to include: one-and two-year for Allied Health specialties (Pharmacists, Optometrists, Clinical Psychologists, and Public Health Officers), two- and three-year for Nurse Corps specialties, and three- and four-year for Medical Corps and Dental Corps. This scholarship covers all tuition and required fees, including textbooks, small equipment items and supplies needed for study. You will also receive a monthly allowance for living expenses. While on scholarship you will spend 45 days on active duty in the Air Force, and once you graduate you will serve active duty (one year for each year of scholarship, with a minimum of three years).
- Applicants must have a minimum 3.2 undergraduate GPA and 500 MCAT with a minimum score of 124 on each of the MCAT subsections.
- Applicants for 3 and 4 year scholarships with at least a 3.4 undergraduate GPA and an MCAT total score of 504 (& minimum subsection score of 124 in each subsection) are automatically selected and do not meet a scheduled accession board.
Who Can Apply?
- Applicants must be accepted to or enrolled in a medical school accredited by either the Association of American Medical Colleges (MD schools) or American Osteopathic Association (DO schools) located within the continental US, Hawaii, Alaska or Puerto Rico.
- Applicants must be US citizens.
- Applicants must be physically qualified for commissioning as an Air Force officer.
- Us Citizen
Selection is very competitive, so get started on you application early. Contact your local Air Force Health Professions Recruiter.
Call 1-800-588-5260, or visit our website at AIRFORCE.COM/HEALTHCARE
- Serve a minimum 3 year commitment as an active duty staff physician, or 1 year for each year of scholarship participation (whichever is greater).6
- 3 year HPSP recipients have a 3 year service obligation.
- 4 year HPSP recipients have a 4 year service obligation.
- Payback of educational commitment begins after completion of graduate medical education training.
- Time spent in a military residency or fellowship program does not count towards service obligation.