THE ALPHA NU CHAPTER OF THE ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA MEDICAL FRATERNITY AWARD
This award was established in 1995 by Drs. Hoyt D. Gardner and Letitia Kimsey-Taylor. This award is given in honor of the late Dr. Kimsey-Taylor, a "sister" member of the Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity by the Brothers of the Alpha Nu Chapter of the AKK Medical Fraternity. It is given each year to a student who has overcome significant obstacles to achieve his/her degree.

THE ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
Alpha Omega Alpha, Alpha Chapter of Kentucky, selects a graduating fourth year student to receive the Alpha Omega Alpha Special Recognition Award. This award honors a non-member who demonstrates an admirable blend of academic skills and personal characteristics.

THE AMERICAN MEDICAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION GLASGOW-RUBIN CERTIFICATES OF COMMENDATION FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
The American Medical Women's Association awards these certificates of commendation for academic achievement to women medical students who graduate in the upper 10% of their class.

THE DR. GEORGE P. CALDWELL AWARD
In 1954, Dr. William G. Caldwell, an alumnus of the class of 1943, established an award in honor of his father, Dr. George P. Caldwell. This award is presented to a student(s) who has exhibited special proficiency in the study of medicine.

THE TIM LEE CARTER AWARD
This award, given by University of Louisville Medical School Student Senate in honor of Congressman Tim Lee Carter, M.D., is made annually to a fourth year medical student who, during his/her medical studies at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, has made an outstanding contribution in an area of non-academic extracurricular student life.

THE DR. PARISH B. CLEVELAND ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
In 1954, an award was established in honor of Dr. Cleveland by the Class of 1943. This award is given to the member of the graduating class who has shown the greatest improvement during his/her medical school career.

THE ARCH E. COLE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
These scholarships were established in memory of Dr. Cole, an outstanding teacher, Professor and Acting Chairperson in the Department of Anatomy from 1929 to 1962. Scholarships are awarded to a third and a fourth year student for general excellence in academic performance.

THE DEAN'S AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP                                                                                                                                   This award is given annually to the member of the graduating class who has demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the School of Medicine during his/her medical school career.

THE DEAN'S AWARD FOR SCHOLARSHIP
This award is given annually to the graduating senior who has demonstrated outstanding scholarship during all four years of medical school.

THE LEONARD TOW HUMANISM IN MEDICINE AWARD PRESENTED BY THE ARNOLD P. GOLD FOUNDATION
The University of Louisville School of Medicine participates in The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Awards program. This award is given to a graduating student in recognition of exemplary standards of professional conduct and compassion in care-giving.

THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE STUDENT DIVERSITY AWARD
This award is presented to a graduating student to recognize extraordinary contributions to medical education and healthcare of groups underrepresented in medicine.

THE SIDNEY L. KORNHAUSER FOUNDATION, INC. AWARDS
Recipients of each of the following three awards are chosen from nominees submitted to the Foundation by the School of Medicine Prizes and Awards Committee:
- THE DRS. MURRELL H., MARTIN Z. AND BENJAMIN M. KAPLAN AWARD
    This award was established by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kaplan in honor of Mr. Kaplan's three brothers, Murrell H., Martin Z., and Benjamin M., classes of 1934, 1941 and 1946 respectively. The award is given annually to a student who, during his/her first year, has exhibited scholarship, leadership, character and a keen interest in medicine.
- THE DRS. HERBERT WALD AND ARMOND T. GORDON PHI DELTA EPSILON SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
    This award, first presented in 1975, was established by Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Wald in conjunction with the Foundation. In 2007, the Kornhauser Board added Dr. Armond T. Gordon’s name to this award, in recognition of his donation and service to the organization.  The scholarship is presented to a student who, during his/her second year, demonstrated outstanding scholarship, leadership and dedication to community service.
- THE DR. MAX L. GARON SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
    This award was established in honor of Dr. Garon, Class of 1929. The scholarship is given to an outstanding third year student.

THE DR. ETHEL LAROSA SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
The KentuckyOne Health Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation established a fund to provide a scholarship annually in the memory of Dr. Ethel Larosa-Klemens.  Dr. Larosa-Klemens was a 1994 graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine and  was a champion of pediatric rehabilitation in the Louisville community before her death in 2006.  The Dr. Ethel Larosa Scholarship is presented to a graduating female student(s), preferably interested in the field of rehabilitation or pediatrics.

THE DR. NORVIN GREEN MEMORIAL PRIZE
In 1929, Miss Susan T. Green established an annual award in memory of her father, Dr. Norvin Green, who graduated from the University of Louisville in 1840. This award is presented to the member of the graduating class who offers the best thesis based upon original research in any area of medical science. In case no candidate offers a thesis, it may be awarded to the best student overall.

THE DR. CARL COOPER JR. AWARD
This award is given to a graduating student who exhibits excellence in the area of doctor-patient relations and communications.

THE JANKE B. MAINS MEMORIAL AWARD
This award, established by the Class of 1982 in memory of their classmate, Janke B. Mains, is given to a student who is a parent and who excels in Microstructure and Development during the first year.

THE McGRAW-HILL/LANGE MEDICAL STUDENT AWARDS
Two students who demonstrate academic excellence during the first year receive their choice of any four current McGraw/Lange publications.

THE MERCK MANUAL BOOK AWARDS
This award is given to four outstanding members of the graduating class who have shown the greatest scholarly interest.

THE DR. PRESLEY F. MARTIN MEMORIAL AWARD
Established in memory of Dr. Presley F. Martin, Class of 1957, this award is presented to a graduating senior chosen by his/her peers who possess the traits one would seek in choosing one's own physician. The student should possess and reflect characteristics of a good physician: humor, ethical behavior, leadership and compassion.

THE DR. ISRAEL MUSS MEMORIAL AWARD
This award is given annually by those who cherish the memory of Dr. Israel Muss, Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from 1954 to 1972. The award is presented to a third year student who has demonstrated a combination of scholarliness, an avid search for technical knowledge, breadth of interests, and a deep concern for the humanity of all people.

THE OMICRON DELTA KAPPA AWARD
Omicron Delta Kappa, a national leadership honor society for college men and women, recognizes and encourages exemplary character and superior quality in scholarship and leadership. Each year a fourth year student is selected for membership to the University of Louisville Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa.

THE STUDENT AFFAIRS AWARD
This award is given by the Senior Associate Dean for Students and Academic Affairs and staff of the Medical Student Affairs Office to a member of the fourth year class who has exhibited outstanding cooperation and service to his/her class and the School through joint efforts with the Office of Medical Student Affairs.

THE SCHWARTZ INSURANCE GROUP SCHOLARSHIP AWARD                                                                                                    This scholarship is awarded to a medical student who demonstrates academic achievement, involvement in student activities, and dedication to community service.