TMEF Medical School Scholarship Application
The 2021- 2022 application closed April 15, 2021. The 2022-2023 application will open in January 2022.
The 2021-2022 application open January 11 - April 15, 2021. More information at
The Tennessee Medical Education Fund, Inc. (TMEF) is an independent, nonprofit 501 (c) 3 corporation, created by the Tennessee Medical Association in 1963 with the purpose to provide scholarships to students enrolled in an accredited medical school within the state of Tennessee.
An individual may be considered eligible for a scholarship from the TMEF, provided the following conditions are documented to the extent requested by the TMEF. The applicant must: 1)be a citizen of the United States and a legal resident of the state of Tennessee (as certified) by the medical school in which enrolled; 2) be enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in an accredited medical school located within the state of Tennessee; 3) provide documentation of financial need to pursue a course of study in medicine by providing documentation of the student's Expected Family Contribution. 4) be a member of the Tennessee Medical Association.
Scholarships are restricted for medical school expenses only. All scholarships will be disbursed directly to the medical school in which the applicant is enrolled. Scholarships range from $1,000 to $10,000 per year, based on financial need. Financial need is determined in part by a financial need ranking by the applicable medical school, referred to in the below application as the "Scholarship Ranking."
Complete Sections A and B (Student Information and Applicant Acknowledgement) in full. An incorrectly completed or incomplete application may be returned to you for correction, causing a delay in the processing of your application, or alternatively, may be omitted for consideration, at the discretion of the TMEF.
Tax Advisory (Ck IRS Pub referenced below)
An individual awarded a scholarship by the TMEF should consider whether or not the funds are subject to federal income tax. The TMEF makes no claim of whether or not scholarship funds awarded are tax exempt to a recipient. Applicants should refer to the IRS Publication 520 (Scholarship and Fellowships) and/or seek professional tax advice.
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