New York Medical College

School of Medicine

About the School

 

The School of Medicine—the first school established by New York Medical College—owes its founding in 1860 to the vision of a group of civic leaders in New York City who believed that medicine should be practiced with greater sensitivity to patients.

The School seeks to admit and retain academically well prepared and compassionate students that reflect the College’s mission that a diverse student body provides a valuable educational experience which will prepare our students for the real world of medical practice within a multicultural society.  Our students come from all over the United States building a mosaic of racial, ethnic, cultural, economic and educational diversity within the NYMC community.

Applications to the School of Medicine exceeded 12,000 for the 2013 application cycle, and the College accepted 8 percent of applicants for the entering class.

Fast Facts

Founded: 1860
Degrees offered: M.D., M.D./M.P.H., M.D./Ph.D.
Tuition: $49,710 per year
Faculty members: 2,700
Accreditation: Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME)

2013 Accepted Applicant Statistics

Overall GPA: 3.6
Mean MCAT: 31

  • Verbal Reasoning 9.7
  • Physical Sciences 10.4
  • Biological Sciences 10.9

2013 Matriculating Student Statistics

Total Enrollment: 790

Total Annual NYMC Scholarships: $3,600,000

Annual Individual Award range:  $7000 - $25,000

First-year Class Gender Distribution: 47% female; 53% male

First-year Class Geographic Distribution: 30% from New York State and 28 other states; 108 undergraduate schools are represented.

Fourth-year Class Residency Choices:  Internal Medicine (21%), Radiology (12%), Pediatrics (9%), Anesthesiology (9%), Emergency Medicine (9%), General Surgery (9%), Psychiatry (6%), Obstetrics & Gynecology (6%), Orthopedic Surgery (5%), Neurology (4%), Family Medicine (3%), Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (2%)

Updated: February 10, 2014