An education at the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine is an investment in the future. In many cases financial assistance is needed to help pay for that investment. We make every effort to provide financial assistance for students who need aid in order to enroll or continue studies.
Dr. Marvin D. Steinberg Podiatric Alumni Scholarship Fund
This fund, established by the family of Dr. Marvin Steinberg, noted podiatric educator, will provide an annual scholarship to an academically qualified podiatric medical student. For further information, call the School of Podiatric Medicine.
Dr. Herbert Feinberg Memorial Scholarship Fund
This fund was established by the family of Dr. Herbert Feinberg, one of the original members of the Executive Advisory Council Podiatric Medicine Program. The award is made annually to academically qualified podiatric medical students. For information, call the School of Podiatric Medicine.
The Patricia Ellsworth Kopenhaver, B.A., M.A., D.P.M., Endowed Scholarship Fund
This fund was established solely through the generosity of Dr. Patricia Ellsworth Kopenhaver, noted podiatrist, educator and practitioner, as well as Charter President (1969-1978) of The American Association For Women Podiatrists, chartered in 1971. It will provide an annual scholarship to academically qualified female medical students. For further information or an application, call the School of Podiatric Medicine.
Podiatric Academic Scholarship
The Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine offers academic scholarships ranging from $2500 to half-tuition for highly qualified students in the Podiatric Medicine Program. Selection of scholarship recipients is at the discretion of the scholarship committee. No formal application is necessary for this award. For further information, contact the Office of Podiatric Admissions.
Dean's Scholarship, Podiatric Medicine
Scholarships are awarded annually by the Office of the Dean to academically-qualified students who are not receiving any form of Barry University financial aid at that time. Inquiries should be directed to the Office of the Dean.