A year ago, the North Carolina Legislature voted to let students and their parents enroll in the state’s undergraduate medical education program.
And while there is still a year to go, you’re already a qualified doctor, right?
As of March, students will still need to earn a bachelor’s degree from a university in North Carolina to receive state financial aid.
The state’s medical school is currently in its second year of operation, but the state is still paying for the courses, according to the Associated Press.
The state’s education system has historically focused on medical schools.
Since 2011, more than a million people have attended UNC-Chapel Hill, the state flagship, but only a fraction of those students have a degree from the medical school.
The university is still ranked as the most selective medical school in the country, but it still has a long way to go to catch up with other medical schools in the region.
In 2018, the State Board of Regents decided to cut down on the number of students attending medical schools, and the number has decreased in recent years, the AP reported.
So in 2018, fewer students will be attending medical school, as the number drops to fewer than 1,000.
However, it’s not all bad news for the medical program.
The AP reports that the number that are enrolled in the program is increasing, thanks to the state providing financial aid to cover the costs of attending medical residencies and internships.
The AP notes that the program’s financial aid, which currently ranges between $12,000 and $18,000, will increase to $18.5 million by 2022.
It is a significant amount, and North Carolina is one of the states where students are getting more financial aid from the state.