Grants and Scholarships

Grants and scholarships are funding sources that do not need to be repaid. These amounts can be determined based on demonstrated need or academic merit. Not all sources of aid are available to second degree students.

The following are grants and scholarships available for allied health graduate students. Learn more about Allied Health scholarships for the following programs:


Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship

This scholarship is offered annually to undergraduate and graduate women in the Allied Health Program. 

Learn more about the Lettie Pate Whitehead scholarship

Martin VB Teem Scholarship

The Martin VB Teem Scholarship is an institutionally funded grant aid offered on the basis of demonstrated need as reported on the FAFSA. Financial aid packages that include the Martin VB Teem Scholarship are made to full-time students only. Funds are extremely limited and made on a first-come/first-serve basis. If you are offered the Martin VB Teem Scholarship, you are not eligible for other university need-based scholarships.

Courtesy Tuition Benefit for Graduate Students

Emory offers a Courtesy Scholarship program for the continued educational development of employees. Courtesy Scholarships may be subject to reduction by the amount of any other scholarship and/or financial aid a student receives. Employees hired after December 31, 2002, will receive graduated benefits based upon the employee’s years of service. For additional information, visit the Human Resources website.

Veteran's Education Benefits

Veteran’s education benefits are for veterans or dependents of veterans who may qualify for monthly education benefits. The Office of Financial Aid will not count VA education benefits as a resource when determining eligibility for other types of aid in accordance with federal policy. Students who anticipate receiving veteran's benefits and have questions should contact the Office of the Registrar.

Yellow Ribbon Program

The Yellow Ribbon program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 that allows degree-granting institutions of higher learning in the US to voluntarily enter into an agreement with the VA to fund tuition expenses that exceed the annual VA tuition and fees benefit.

Scholarships You Bring

External scholarships are offered through various outside organizations such as churches, employers, professional or private foundations, etc. The total financial aid that a student can receive annually, including external scholarships, cannot exceed the estimated cost of attendance at Emory.

Guidelines for Scholarships You Bring