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By the Numbers

~200
Students are enrolled at Dell Med
23%
Identify with a race or ethnicity underrepresented in medicine*
94%
Are Texas residents**
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61%

Women
National average: 53.6%

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24

Average age at matriculation
National average: 24

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76%

Receive some form of scholarship

BY THE NUMBERS

6,183
Applications Received Annually
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3.78

Average class GPA
National average: 3.73

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514

Average MCAT score
National average: 511.5

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11%

First-generation college students

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60

Undergraduate majors
Including: Art History, Biomedical Engineering, Global Health, History, Kinesiology, Marketing & Nursing

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70

Colleges, schools and universities
Including: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Univ. of Texas at El Paso, Dartmouth College, Univ. of Houston, Univ. of Texas at Austin, Univ. of Southern California & Univ. of Memphis

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19%

Have advanced degrees

*National average percentage of students from an underrepresented minority group currently enrolled in U.S. med schools is 20%.
**State law requires that 90% of students be Texas residents.

Note: National averages are reported by the Association of American Medical Colleges and are based on 2020-21 data.