To maintain the College of Medicine — Tucson's tradition of excellence, we must provide the financial support necessary to offer the best training possible. Your support is needed more than ever before as government funding continues to decline.
Commitment to Underserved People (CUP) Program
These funds go to support the operation of the CUP Clinics at the College of Medicine — Tucson. The CUP program provides students the opportunity to enhance their clinical and teaching skills by working with medically underserved populations. CUP helps medical students learn about community service and gives students insight into how socioeconomic and cultural factors impact health and access to health care.
Norm Koelling Scholarship
Even though he has been retired for almost 20 years, Norm still inhabits the anatomy laboratory and has an effect on COM-T students. Norm is easily one of the most respected and loved teachers in the history of the College of Medicine — Tucson. For that and his years of dedication to medical students’ education, the scholarship was established in his name and assists first-year medical students.
The White Coat Scholarship
These funds will support incoming medical students by providing the gift of a white coat and stethoscope to start them on their journey of becoming a physician.