The Ohio Osteopathic Association and its affiliate organizations have established scholarship and loan programs to assist Ohio osteopathic students.
Ohio Osteopathic Foundation Scholarships
Three OOF scholarships are available for students attending Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM). Students should contact the OU-HCOM Office of Student Affairs for more information. Learn more about OOF student support.
Ohio Osteopathic Foundation Student Tuition Loan Program
Students who are residents of Ohio and attending any osteopathic college may apply for OOF Student Tuition Loans. Learn more.
Ohio ACOFP Family Medicine Fellowship
The Ohio ACOFP and Katherine A. Clark, DO, have endowed the Ohio ACOFP/Katherine H. Clark Fellowship to support OU-HCOM Family Medicine Fellows, also known as primary care fellows, who choose to pursue an osteopathic residency within the Ohio University Centers of Osteopathic Research and Education (CORE) in Ohio. The endowment periodically funds a $1,000 grant to to be used at the discretion of the recipient to support a primary care residency program. Students should contact the Office of Student Affairs for more information.
Ohio ACOFP Family Medicine Department Awards
The Ohio State Society of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians sponsors an award each spring in the family practice category. Recipients are selected by the OU-HCOM Family Practice Department and receive a family practice textbook, plaque and $75.
Academy Memorial Fund Scholarship (Dayton)
For more information on these scholarships, please contact Jennifer Horvath , executive director, Dayton District Academy.
Humility of Mary Health Partners (HMHP)
This loan forgiveness program is available to third year osteopathic students who are enrolled at OU-HCOM or LECOM, and are residents of Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana Counties in Ohio, as well as Lawrence and Mercer Counties in Pennsylvania. Applicants must agree to join the staff of one of the HMHP hospitals for at least five years after graduation from a residency program. Applicants must also be graduates of high schools located in the above Ohio and Pennsylvania Counties. The amount of the loan is $50,000 a year for two years, with 20 percent forgiveness per year. Payback with interest is required if terms of the loan are not upheld. For more information, contact: David Gemmel, PhD, Sr. Director of Medical Education and Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.