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Founded in 1978, Ross University School of Medicine offers an MD degree program administered by a faculty whose primary responsibility is teaching. The systems-based curriculum is designed to enable students to acquire and master basic sciences concepts and prepare to integrate knowledge of these concepts into clinical care. In January 2019, Ross will open its newly relocated medical sciences campus in Barbados. Clinical rotations are completed at affiliated US teaching hospitals. Ross has an alumni network of over 14,000 MD's across the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. 627 former and current Ross graduates attained residencies across 20 disciplines of medicine in 2018. Ross is eligible to participate in the US Federal Direct Loan Program and offers scholarships for students who qualify. The School of Medicine has three class starts a year in September, January and May. Visit Medical.RossU.edu for more information.

Overview

Total Med School Enrollment
3390

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Admissions Requirements

MCAT Scores
Required

Essay / Personal Statement
Required

Science GPA
Required

Non Science GPA
Required

Extracurricular Activities
Optional

Letters of Recommendation
Required

Interview
Required

State Residency
Optional

Overall

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Faculty Information

Student/Faculty
15:1

Overview

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Financial Aid Statistics


Student Body Profile

Total Enrollment
3,390
Out of State
88%

In State
99%

Demographics

54.00%
Minorities
12.00%
International

46% female
54% male

Campus Life


More Information

% of Classrooms with Internet Access
100%

Campus-wide Internet Network
Yes

Admissions Office Contact

Contact
Carey James
Vice President of Operations

Address
2300 SW 145th Ave
Suite 200
Miramar, Florida 33027

Phone
855-637-6778

Email
Admissions@RossU.edu