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financial aid

The Office of Financial Aid is here with a very clear goal: to make it financially possible for every student admitted to attend the University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis. We do this by helping you evaluate your options and develop a plan to achieve your goals.

We promise to work with you to ensure that you can take advantage of scholarship and aid opportunities and make your education more affordable.

With $6.95 million in institutional aid and 96% of students receiving financial aid, UHSP continually achieves its goal and fulfills its belief in investing in the future.

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UHSP offers a variety of scholarships for undergraduate and professional students. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit, participation in scholars programs, fine arts activities or participation in intercollegiate athletics.

Scholars Programs

Our Scholars Programs are competitively awarded scholarships based on excellence in a student’s specific area of interest, such as Community Service, Health Equity, Pharmacy, Leadership or Research.

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for return on investment in a bachelor’s degree 15, 20, 30, 40 years after enrollment

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private colleges to rank in the top 10 for short-term and long-term returns on investment


of students receive financial aid

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Financial Aid Process

A degree from UHSP is an investment in your future. Your education will build the foundation for success with an impressive lifetime return on your investment. Through grants, loans and Federal Work-Study opportunities, our Financial Aid team will help bring a UHSP education within reach. Learn more about the financial aid process, types of aid offered and more with the links below:

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Free application for Federal Student AID (FAFSA)

For many students, the financial aid process begins with FAFSA—the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This is a federal form that compiles your financial information, allowing the federal government to assess your specific needs. Many needs-based financial aid programs require that you submit your FAFSA along with your application.


For questions, contact the Office of Financial Aid at 314.446.8167 or