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Financial Aid

Our students rely on members of the Cummings School community, like you, more than ever before to support them in completing their journey into veterinary medicine—and to a career of compassionate care.

Help our students realize their dreams by making a gift to financial aid. Your generosity goes a long way in helping our students, as well as the countless animals and people that will be touched by each scholarship recipient.

10/19/2020 - N. Grafton, Mass. - Dr. Sandra Ayers, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences, teaches students of the V24 class in the anatomy lab in the David McGrath Veterinary Teaching Laboratory at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University on October 19, 2020. (Alonso Nichols/Tufts University)
11/17/2020 - N. Grafton, Mass. - Carly Nangle, V22, Katherine Simonelli, V22, and Katherine Mosley, V22,  practice doing an ultrasound on a beagle at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University on November 17, 2020. (Alonso Nichols/Tufts University)

Cummings School DVM financial aid statistics (2021-2022 academic year)

43% of students qualified for and received a need-based grant from Cummings School, averaging $10K.

$60K average amount of annual loans for those who borrowed this academic year (federal, institutional or private loan sources).

$1.6M total need-based financial aid provided to veterinary students.

Ways you can help

  • Name a term scholarship through the Cummings Veterinary Fund Scholars Program.
  • Establish a new endowed scholarship that supports students in perpetuity.
  • Provide financial aid for future veterinary students by naming Cummings School as a beneficiary of your estate.
  • Make a gift of any amount to support current-use financial aid.

Financial aid opens doors and transforms lives:

Lauren R. Gawel, V22
Lauren R. Gawel, V22 scholarship recipient

I would not be able to follow my life-long dreams and attend veterinary school without the financial support from our generous donors. I promise to improve my community and the world, just like [my scholarship supporters] have before me!”

Amelia Ho, V22
Amelia Ho, V22 scholarship recipient

“I’m realizing a lifetime dream of helping animals thanks to scholarships. I am so appreciative of that support, and hope to make my supporters proud when I call myself a veterinarian!”

Please contact Julia Wills, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement and Giving, at vetalumni@tufts.edu for more information.