HBCU & HSI Partnerships
Our partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) provide opportunities for exceptional students from diverse communities.
Learn more about Ross Med's Access and Inclusion in Medicine (AIM) scholar program for high-performing students from our HBCU and HSI partners.
HBCU & HSI Partnership Benefits
- MERP Tuition Scholarship: Offered to students who are admitted to the Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP), or directly admitted students who opt to take MERP prior to beginning 1st semester.1 For more information and a list of available scholarships, visit our Scholarships page.
- MCAT Application Deferment: Students are eligible to apply without an MCAT score and will be reviewed for the MERP program. Students will be required to successfully pass MERP and have an MCAT score reported (within required deadlines) prior to enrolling in first semester.
- 1st Semester Scholarship: Offered to students who are directly admitted or successfully pass MERP. For more information and a list of available scholarships, visit our Scholarships page.
- 1st Semester Housing Grant: Grant will cover first-semester housing at Coverley Village. Students may be eligible for the grant to be extended to the second semester based on academic performance.
- Seat Deposit: All accepted students will have their seat deposit waived.
- Flight to 1st Semester: All accepted students will receive a scholarship covering their roundtrip flight to attend the first semester.2
1 MERP Tuition Scholarship covers the cost of MERP tuition only; administrative fees and other costs are not included.
2 To be eligible for HBCU & HSI Partnership benefits, you must be admitted to Ross University School of Medicine. Students who are residents of the state of New York must submit a Letter of intent in order to be eligible. Students who are residents of the state of Florida are not eligible due to state regulations.