- Resident Tuition $37,872
- Non - Resident Tuition $49,767
- Application Fee $75
- AVG MCAT 507
- AVG GPA 3.6
- LIZZYM Score 65.4
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- Office of Admissions, Duluth
- 180 Med
- 1035 University Drive
- Duluth, MN 55812
- United States
- Phone: (218) 726-8511
- Fax: (218) 726-6057
- Email: [email protected]
- Website: www.med.umn.edu/about/our-campuses-duluth-and-twin-cities/duluth-campus
University of Minnesota Duluth Medical School Fast Facts
The University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth campus was founded in 1972 to serve the needs of rural Minnesota and Native American communities. As a mission-based campus, we are proven leaders in the areas of primary care, rural medicine, and training Native American physicians. The campus admits a small class of approximately 60 students each year. Through standard coursework and specialized one-on-one clinical teaching experiences, our students are trained to deliver expert care for rural and Native American communities. After two years in Duluth, students have a variety of options for completing their medical education, including the Rural Physician Associate Program or clerkships in Duluth, Minneapolis, or St. Paul.
Our curriculum emphasizes the training of rural primary care physicians although it provides an outstanding foundation for students interested in other types of rural medical practices. The US News and World Report's rankings consistently list us in the top ten medical schools for training students interested in primary care and rural medicine.
We are especially proud of our Center of American Indian and Minority Health and its activities designed to interest, identify and recruit American Indians into medical school. It has been identified as a "Center of Excellence" by the federal government. We also have programs focused upon developing an interest in American Indian high school and undergraduate students in scientific research.
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