Any osteopathic student, after completion of six months of Osteopathic training in any of the legally accredited schools of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, may apply for a loan. Applicant must be a student member of the Washington Osteopathic Medical Association.
Applicant must be of legal age or have a co-signer of legal age to execute a promissory note. The Washington Osteopathic Foundation reserves the right to select loan recipients on the basis of Washington residency or any other criteria within its sole discretion.
The grant of any loan is conditional upon faithful attendance at classes and performance of duties as a student and upon maintenance of passing marks and honorable conduct without discredit to the school, the profession of osteopathic medicine and surgery, or the Foundation.
Applications for loans will be made on the official form provided by the Foundation office and must be fully completed. Applications must include:
- A letter of recommendation from an instructor in the osteopathic medical college attended.
- A letter of recommendation from a physician member of the Washington Osteopathic Medical Association practicing in Washington State.
- The most recent transcript of grades from the osteopathic medical school attended.
P.O. Box 16486
Seattle, WA 98116-0486