For fiscal year 2005, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center spent almost $11.4 million, more than half of the revenue from graduate and professional school tuition coming into Health Sciences, to provide financial aid for students in the schools of medicine, nursing, and public health. In all three schools (which include Emory’s highly ranked physician assistant, physical therapy, and nurse practitioner programs), the deans have allocated the schools’ own money for scholarships and student loans. The deans say that scholarship aid is their single highest fund-raising priority in the years ahead.


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