Icahn School of Medicine has consistently provided as much financial assistance as possible to all students in good academic standing who maintain satisfactory academic progress and require financial assistance in order to attend the School. Admission to the School of Medicine is completely independent of financial requirements or status.
Icahn School of Medicine is mindful of the rising level of student indebtedness. A concerted effort has been made to lower the debt load and to counsel students on money management during and after school. Substantial monetary commitments to scholarships and need-based aid have been allocated. For the graduating class of 2011, 80% of students received financial aid that included loans. Of the 85% that received any kind of aid, 40% received scholarship aid. The average indebtedness for medical school of those students who borrowed–was $135,000.
For additional information about tuition and fees, how to apply for financial aid and the overall cost of attending Mount Sinai, please go to: http://www.mssm.edu/education/student-resources/financial-aid