Which private medical schools award the most financial aid?

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School name Students receiving any financial aid Students receiving loans Students receiving grants/scholarships Students receiving work study
University of Southern California (Keck)

Los Angeles, CA

81% 72% 33% 0%
Duke University

Durham, NC

80% 57% 72% 0%
Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD

80% 75% 61% 18%
Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA

80% 78% 27% 13%
Yale University

New Haven, CT

80% 51% 61% 2%
Boston University

Boston, MA

79% 64% 53% 1%
Columbia University

New York, NY

79% 55% 65% 8%
University of Miami (Miller)

Miami, FL

79% 70% 31% 0%
Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN

79% 49% 73% 0%
Stanford University

Stanford, CA

78% 57% 70% 15%
Cornell University (Weill)

New York, NY

75% 61% 59% 16%
St. Louis University

St. Louis, MO

75% 68% 56% 0%
Emory University

Atlanta, GA

74% 60% 54% 0%
Tufts University

Boston, MA

74% 67% 39% 5%
Baylor College of Medicine

Houston, TX

71% 58% 55% 18%
Jefferson Medical College

Philadelphia, PA

71% 63% 46% 13%
Yeshiva University (Einstein)

Bronx, NY

69% 57% 48% 0%
Brown University (Alpert)

Providence, RI

68% 61% 51% 0%
New York University

New York, NY

67% 62% 32% 9%
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

New York, NY

65% 50% 36% 7%
Northwestern University (Feinberg)

Chicago, IL

64% 56% 46% 0%

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