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University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
N/A
N/A
Diversity contact (Dr. Stephanie White MD)
N/A
(859) 562-2507
Address
N/A

Mission Statement

The University of Kentucky College of Medicine, founded in 1960, provides innovative, high-quality education through its nationally recognized curriculum, emphasizing early clinical experiences, continuity as a guiding principle, integration of the basic and clinical sciences, and innovative teaching and learning methods such as small-group tutorials, standardized patients, computer-assisted instruction, clinical training models, and interactive lectures and laboratory exercises.

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
9.31%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
43.89%
In-state Acceptance Rate
32.78%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
45.25%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
1.33%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
20.56%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
669
MD, MD/MPH, MD/MBA, MD/PhD
44%
4.92%
81.77%
10.34%

Sex

Females
49.26%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
88%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$201,586

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.84
3.79

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.85
3.79

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.79
3.78

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
507
127
127
127
128

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
507
127
127
127
128

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
508
127
126
127
128

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
60
40
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
17%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
Selected screened applicants
$50
November 15
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (125 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
Early August
1:2
45 minutes
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 57%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 51%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 45%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 67%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 45%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 35%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
13%

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.

University of Louisville School of Medicine

Introduction

Program
Email
Phone
MD Program
medadm@louisville.edu
(502) 852-5193
Diversity contact (Dr. Dwayne Compton)
dwayne.compton@louisville.edu
(502) 852-5303
Address
University of Louisville SOM, Office of Admissions, School of Medicine, 323 East Chestnut, Louisville, KY 40202-3866 USA

Mission Statement

The University of Louisville School of Medicine’s mission is to excel in the education of physicians and scientists for careers in patient care, service, teaching and research, to bring our fundamental discoveries to the bedside, and to be a vital component in the University’s quest to become a premier, nationally recognized metropolitan research university.

Acceptance Data

Overall Acceptance Rate
4.79%
Overall Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
40.26%
In-state Acceptance Rate
22.45%
In-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
39.93%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate
1.36%
Out-of-state Acceptance Rate for Interviewed Applicants
27.92%

Enrollment, Degrees and Demographics

Total Current
Degrees Offered
Medically Underserved Population
Black
White
Asian
666
MD, MD/PhD, MD/MBA
25%
9.87%
76.54%
13.58%

Sex

Females
45.12%

Tuition

$ 0
In-State
$ 0
Out-of-State

Participation During PreMed

Percentage of students receiving financial aid?
86%
Average debt owed prior to starting medical school?
$200,930

Selection Factors

GPA (median)

All Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.80
3.74

In-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.83
3.76

Out-of-State Applicants

Overall GPA
Science GPA
3.73
3.65

MCAT (median)

All Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
509
127
127
127
128

In-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
510
127
127
127
128

Out-of-State Applicants

Total
Physical Sciences
Critical Analysis
Biological Sciences
Social Sciences
508
127
127
127
128

Primary Application Data

0
Applications Received
0
Invited for an Interview
0
Matriculated
Number Waitlisted
% Accepted off Waitlist
150
30
Applied as disasdvantaged status?
16%

Secondary Application

Required
Sent To
Fee
Deadline
Yes
Screened applicants
$75
12/01/2020
  • Please click HERE for the secondary prompts for this school
  • Please click HERE for templates of secondary essays

Interview Data (134 responses)

Interviews Sent
Format
Length
End of July
1:2
N/A
Interview Experience
Surprised by Interview Invite?
Yes 68%
Was the admissions office responsive and communicated efficiently?
Yes 54%
Would you characterize the inteviews as friendly and informal?
Yes 45%
Did your interviewer discuss research?
Yes 48%
Did your interviewer discuss your academic performance?
Yes 28%
Did your interviewer discuss your clinical/volunteer experience?
Yes 44%

Stress Level During Interview

Match List (Last Available Year)

Percentage completing competitive* residency?
17%

* Competitive residency defined by students from the graduating class entering plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, urology, dermatology, ophthalmology, general surgery or otolaryngology.