There is a concern about rising student debt and attracting top PharmD, MS and PhD students to our academic programs. Financial barriers should not prevent a student from pursuing a career in pharmacy. Over half of our student body qualifies for financial aid or scholarship assistance. The average debt of a School of Pharmacy student is $142,282. Scholarships help the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy attract top students with high academic promise and aid those with financial need. Whether an annual or endowed scholarship, these funds continue to be a vital component to our students' academic pursuits and professional goals. We count on our donors for their support to help put more opportunities within reach of the School's talented students. To support one of the School of Pharmacy's annual or endowed scholarships, please click on one of the giving opportunities listed below.