Which public 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 Tennessee Health Science Center

Memphis, TN

89% 79% 43% 0%
University of Massachusetts—​Worcester

Worcester, MA

88% 88% 39% 0%
Marshall University (Edwards)

Huntington, WV

88% 74% 54% 0%
Michigan State University (College of Osteopathic Medicine)

East Lansing, MI

87% 77% 33% 0%
University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

87% 86% 35% 2%
Michigan State University (College of Human Medicine)

Grand Rapids, MI

86% 80% 31% 0%
University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY

86% 74% 46% 4%
University of Maryland

Baltimore, MD

86% 75% 82% 0%
University of Vermont

Burlington, VT

85% 76% 79% 0%
Wright State University (Boonshoft)

Dayton, OH

85% 77% 51% 0%
University of North Texas Health Science Center

Fort Worth, TX

84% 78% 66% 4%
University of California—​San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

83% 63% 83% 2%
Stony Brook University—​SUNY

Stony Brook, NY

83% 67% 25% 8%
University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA

83% 62% 59% 0%
Florida State University

Tallahassee, FL

82% 81% 72% 0%
University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA

82% 70% 71% 0%
University of Colorado—​Denver

Aurora, CO

82% 69% 51% 0.2%
Georgia Regents University

Augusta, GA

81% 80% 24% 0%
University at Buffalo—​SUNY

Buffalo, NY

81% 74% 17% 0%
University of California—​San Diego

La Jolla, CA

81% 77% 50% 1%
University of Florida

Gainesville, FL

81% 78% 76% 0%
Virginia Commonwealth University

Richmond, VA

81% 67% 52% 0%
University of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT

81% 72% 70% 0%
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Omaha, NE

81% 57% 45% 1%
University of Toledo

Toledo, OH

80% 72% 16% 19%

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