MVF Scholarships

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine Students

Out-of-State Veterinary Medical Students

Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine Students

Dr. David Bogash Memorial Award
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who has demonstrated exceptional compassion for animals.

Dr. A. Cleveland Brown Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 4th year.

Jane Nusz Foy Memorial Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 3rd year. Preference is given to residents from Frederick County.

Dr. Robert C. Hammond Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 3rd year and has shown the greatest increase in their GPA from the first semester of their first year to the second semester of their second year.

MVMA Auxiliary Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 3rd year and has demonstrated leadership abilities. Preference is given to married students.

MVMA Past Presidents’ Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 4th year and has demonstrated leadership abilities and good class standing. Presented from donations made by MVMA's past presidents.

Dr. Harry L. Schultz Jr. Memorial Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 3rd year. Preference is given to residents from Baltimore City or Baltimore County.

Ray Thompson Communication Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who has demonstrated exceptional communication skills.

Dr. Charles G. Ziegler Memorial Scholarship
$1,500 awarded annually to a Maryland resident attending the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine who is in their 3rd year. Preference is given to residents from Baltimore City or Baltimore County.

Dr. Victor I. Sorgen Veterinary Technology Scholarship

$1,000 awarded annually to help pay the tuition of a student who is enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program at the Community College of Baltimore County in Essex, MD.

Out-of-State Veterinary Medical Students

Maryland residents attending out-of-state veterinary schools can apply for a $1,500 educational scholarship from the Maryland Veterinary Foundation.

Students wishing to be considered for these scholarships must:

  • Be at least a second year veterinary student

  • Be a Maryland resident

  • Have a letter of recommendation from a veterinarian

  • Have filed a financial needs document or the equivalent with their veterinary school

  • Submit an academic transcript reflecting that they are in good standing

  • Submit a letter of interest

  • Submit all required documents to the Maryland Veterinary Foundation by May 15th so applications can be processed before the annual Maryland Veterinary Foundation Summer Meeting.

 

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