M.D. Admissions

Profile of the Class of 2025

   (PLEASE NOTE: The Profile of the Class of 2026 will be posted soon!)

  • There are 183 students in the first-year class. 9,773 individuals applied for entrance and 1,200 were interviewed.
  • 60% (109) are women. 20% (37) self-described as identifying with groups underrepresented in medicine. 8% are M.D./Ph.D. students.
  • 5 students participated in an Einstein Pipeline Program as undergraduates.
  • 21-34 is the age range; 19% are over the age of 25; the average age is 23.5.
  • 16% (30) were born outside the United States in countries that include Bangladesh, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Israel, the Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Mexico, Myanmar, Oman, Peru, the Russian Federation, Taiwan and Uzbekistan.75 colleges are represented.
  • 73 colleges are represented. Most-highly represented, with 3 or more students, are Barnard, Boston College, Brown, the City University of New York, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Lehigh, New York University, Northeastern, Princeton, Rutgers, the State University of New York, the University of California, the University of Chicago, the University of Florida, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, Washington University, and Yeshiva University.
  • 17 states are represented. 54% (98) are residents of the state of New York; 8 were born in the Bronx.
  • 52% claim some proficiency in Spanish.
  • 82 have a bachelor of arts, 99 have a bachelor of science, 2 have an “other” bachelor’s degree, and 12 have a master’s degree.
  • 25% (46) had a non-science major.
  • 25 are certified EMTs or certified in Wilderness Training.
  • Students have volunteered with myriad organizations.  To name just a few: Mentoring in Medicine, the Agape Clinic, Bulosan Center for Filipinx Studies, Hebrew Academy For Special Children, Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence, The Aureate Academy School of Black Women Excellence, AI Robotics Ethics Society, Project for Return and Opportunity in Veterans Education, Tri-State Black Men in Medicine, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Perkins School for the Blind, Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department, American Red Cross, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College, Gift of Life Marrow Registry, Penn Vet Working Dog Center, Unite for Sight, Philippine Medical Society of Northern California, Bright Pink, ESCAPE Program, Greater Pittsburgh community food bank, Reading Partners, Volunteers Around the World, Clinica Esperanza, America Needs You, Baltimore Inspiring Connections Outdoors, St. Joseph's School for the Deaf, Building Ourselves Through Sisterhood and Service, Global Medical Brigades, Students Fighting Hunger, My Sister's Place, Project START, Phoenix Restoration Project, Taipei Yung Ming Center for Disabled Young People, Africa Future Foundation, Cayuga Heights Fire Department, Great Neck Fire Company, and Boy Scouts of America.
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Admissions Quick Facts

  • Admissions Quick Facts - Class of 2024 -
    (Second-Year Class)  
  • There were 8,077 applicants to the College
  • Approximately 1000 applicants were interviewed
  • The average age is 23.5
  • 32% have a non-science major
  • 28 students were born outside the United States
  • 75 colleges are represented
 
 
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