CARE Scholarship

Scholarships up to full tuition! Recipients of the CARE Scholarships will be awarded partial, half, or full tuition while enrolled at St. George’s University each year.

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CARE Scholarship

Scholarships up to full tuition! Recipients of the CARE Scholarships will be awarded partial, half, or full tuition while enrolled at St. George’s University.

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What is the CARE Scholarship Program?

The CARE Scholarship Program is a collaborative effort between St. George’s University and its affiliated hospitals, designed to attract and educate the best and brightest students to become doctors committed to serving their communities. The CARE Scholarship is awarded to incoming medical students in recognition of the values that represent the scholarship’s mission of Community, Action, and Recognition of Excellence.

Participating Hospitals:

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Jersey Shore University Medical Center

  • Cooperative effort between Jersey Shore University Medical Center and St. George’s University.
  • Must be a resident of Monmouth or Ocean Counties or oneself, a parent, or grandparent is employed by Jersey Shore University Medical Center
  • New students admitted directly into the August 4-Year MD program are eligible to apply
  • Students are required to complete their 3rd year core rotations with the hospital network

Hackensack University Medical Center

  • Cooperative effort between Hackensack UMC and St. George’s University.
  • Must be a resident of Bergen County or oneself, a parent, or grandparent is employed by Hackensack University Medical Center
  • New students admitted directly into the January or April 4-Year MD program are eligible to apply

St. Joseph’s University Medical Center

  • Cooperative effort between St. Joseph’s University Medical Center and St. George’s University
  • Must be a resident of Bergen, Passaic or Essex County, New Jersey or oneself, a parent, or grandparent is employed by St. Joseph’s University Medical Center
  • New students admitted directly into the January or April 4-Year MD program are eligible to apply
  • Students are required to complete their 3rd year core rotations within the hospital network

Eligibility & Application Requirements

Jersey Shore University Medical Center

Serve the people of the Tri-State Area by becoming a doctor through the CARE Scholarship Program.

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Jersey Shore University Medical Center CARE Scholarships are available to residents of Monmouth County or Ocean County, NJ and Jersey Shore University Medical Center’s employees and immediate family members of employees in good standing who have been accepted to begin their first year of medical education at St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada. Scholarships open to incoming SGU students only.

Recipients of the scholarships will be awarded full, half, or partial tuition scholarship applied toward their 4 years of medical school while enrolled at St. George’s School of Medicine.

Eligibility Requirements
All eligible students must be able to provide documentation which supports that you meet either the Monmouth or Ocean Counties NJ residency or JSUMC employment (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.).

Student’s Commitment & Expectations
In return for accepting the scholarship, students must maintain the regular academic standards set forth by St. George’s University School of Medicine and complete all required third-year core rotations at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. 

Selection Process
Eligible students can apply for this scholarship once they have been accepted into the St. George’s University School of Medicine MD program. Scholarship applications should be submitted to CARE-Scholarships@sgu.edu including all supporting documentation and as 1 pdf document.

To Apply for a CARE Scholarship
  1. Download your application, complete in full
  2. Write an essay explaining why you are a good candidate for the Jersey Shore University Medical Center CARE scholarship program based on one or more of the following topics: (A) Outstanding academic achievement, (B) Community Work, (C) Leadership roles, (D) Financial hardship. Essay should be approximately 500 words, typed, and enclosed with this application.
  3. Include documentation which supports that you meet either the Monmouth County or Ocean County, NJ residency or JSUMC employment criteria (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.).

Deadline: June 20th for class commencing in August.

Please note: Applications will not be processed until all requirements of the application have been fulfilled and the applicant has been accepted into the St. George’s University School Doctor of Medicine program. As a condition of acceptance, recipients must complete all required third year core rotations at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. For more information on the application process and requirements for admissions please visit http://www.sgu.edu/academic-programs/school-of-medicine/md/admission/.

Email applications to: CARE-Scholarships@sgu.edu

Contact Info: If you have any questions please contact:
Jaime Morgan – Scholarship Manager
phone: (631-665-8500, ext.1277)
email: jmorgan3@sgu.edu

Hackensack UMC CARE Scholarships are available to residents of Bergen County, NJ and Hackensack UMC’s employees and immediate family members of employees in good standing who have been accepted to begin their first year of medical education at St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada. Scholarships open to incoming students only.

Recipients of the scholarships will be awarded full, half, or partial tuition applied toward their 4 years of medical school while enrolled at St. George’s School of Medicine.

Eligibility Requirements
All eligible students must be able to provide documentation which supports that you meet either the Bergen County, NJ residency or HUMC employment criteria (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.).

Student’s Commitment & Expectations
In return for accepting the scholarship, students must maintain the regular academic standards set forth by St. George’s University School of Medicine.

Selection Process
Eligible students can apply for this scholarship once they have been accepted into the St. George’s University School of Medicine MD program. Scholarship applications should be submitted to CARE-Scholarships@sgu.edu including all supporting documentation and as 1 pdf document.

To Apply for a CARE Scholarship
  1. Download your application, complete in full
  2. Write an essay explaining why you are a good candidate for the Hackensack UMC CARE scholarship program based on one or more of the following topics: (A) Outstanding academic achievement, (B) Community Work, (C) Leadership roles, (D) Financial hardship. Essays should be approximately 500 words, and enclosed with this application.
  3. Include documentation which supports that you meet either the Bergen County, NJ residency or HUMC employment criteria (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.).

Deadlines: November 20th for class commencing in January and April.* Late applications will be reviewed until award recipients are granted. No application will be accepted later than the first day of classes. *These scholarships are only offered in January or April.

Contact Info: If you have any questions please contact:
Jaime Morgan – Scholarship Manager
phone: (631-665-8500, ext.1277)
email: jmorgan3@sgu.edu

Hackensack University Medical Center

Serve the people of the Tri-State area by becoming a doctor through the CARE Scholarship Program.

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St. Joseph’s University Medical Center

Serve the people of New Jersey by becoming a doctor through the CARE Scholarship Program.

APPLY

St. Joseph University Medical Center CARE Scholarships are available to residents of the Bergen, Passaic or Essex County, and St. Joseph University Medical Center’s employees and immediate family members of employees in good standing who have been accepted to begin their first year of medical education at St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada. Scholarships open to incoming SGU students only.

Recipients of the scholarships will be awarded full, half, or partial tuition scholarship applied toward their 4 years of medical school while enrolled at St. George’s School of Medicine.

Eligibility Requirements
All eligible students must be able to provide documentation which supports that you meet either the Bergen, Passaic or Essex County residency or St. Joseph’s University Medical Center employment (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.).

Student’s Commitment & Expectations
In return for accepting the scholarship, students must maintain the regular academic standards set forth by St. George’s University School of Medicine and complete all required third-year core rotations at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center.

Selection Process
Eligible students can apply for this scholarship once they have been accepted into the St. George’s University School of Medicine MD program. Scholarship applications should be submitted to CARE-Scholarships@sgu.edu including all supporting documentation and as 1 pdf document.

To Apply for a CARE Scholarship
    1. Download your application, complete in full
    2. Write an essay explaining why you are a good candidate for the St. Joseph’s University Medical Center Scholarship program based on one or more of the following topics: outstanding academic achievement, community work, leadership roles, and financial hardship. Essays should be approximately 500 words, typed, and enclosed with this application.
    3. Include documentation which supports that you meet either the Bergen, Passaic or Essex County, NJ residency or St. Joseph’s University Medical Center employment criteria (i.e. pay stub, residency affidavit, copy of lease, etc.). Please feel free to include copies of awards, abstracts etc. Print this application and sign the agreement on page 2 and the FERPA release on page 3.

Deadlines: November 20th for class commencing in January and April.* Late applications will be reviewed until award recipients are granted. No application will be accepted later than the first day of classes. *These scholarships are only offered in January or April.

Contact Info: If you have any questions please contact:
Jaime Morgan – Scholarship Manager
phone: (631-665-8500, ext.1277)
email: jmorgan3@sgu.edu

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