Students’ Loan Fund of Yale Men in Medicine
“The following statement is published at the request of the officers and incorporators of the Students’ Loan Fund of Yale Men in Medicine, Inc.
“It is estimated that it costs a student a minimum of $2,000 for each of his four years of residence at the Yale University School of Medicine. Although this represents only a fraction of the total cost of his medical education, it is nevertheless a considerable sum. … In the present academic year, ninety students, or twenty-seven percent of the student body, have requested such help. …
“The Students’ Loan Fund of Yale Men in Medicine has been for twenty years a modest but continuing source of help to our needy and worthy students. Since its inception in 1934, this Fund has provided loans to one hundred and twenty of our students.”