Wow, the University of Central Florida (UCF) is a brand new medical school and it has arranged to offer its entire inaugural class full scholarships totaling $7 million. This isn't just a publicity stunt. It's the real deal! 40 fortunate medical students will graduate without being burdened by school loans for tuition. Here's a snippet:
All 40 students of this charter class that begins Monday have received full scholarships totaling $7 million, donated entirely by members of the community -- including individuals, hospitals, banks and law firms.Why can't I be so lucky? Would you turn down acceptance at Harvard to attend UCF if you could get a free ride? Read the CNN Money.com story here. Things like this don't happen every day.
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