U-M Medical School launches student emergency aid funds

July 14, 2020  //  FOUND IN: Strategy & Leadership

As the U-M Medical School prepares to welcome learners back to Ann Arbor, the organization is taking thoughtful and deliberate efforts to ensure the health and safety of the entire community.

Due to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, learning will now be public health-informed, offering in-person and remote experiences that fulfill a commitment to providing transformative education opportunities for medical and graduate students.

Learners will be returning to a campus that will look and feel different. On top of that, many may be dealing with personal hardships related to the pandemic.

That is why the organization is asking that those who are able consider supporting learners during this unprecedented time by making a gift to the medical school’s student emergency aid funds.

These funds will provide much-needed assistance to M.D., M.S., and Ph.D. students. The emergency aid funds can help students cover costs for temporary housing, meals, child care, unexpected medical expenses, transportation, financial aid and other areas of need.

Click here to make a gift to the M.D. Emergency Student Aid Fund.

Or click here to make a gift to the M.S./Ph.D. Emergency Student Aid Fund.

Your generosity will have an immediate impact and make a meaningful difference for learners at the U-M Medical School.

Thank you for your consideration, and all the best to you and your loved ones.