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We reward creative thinking and encourage rapid experimentation, using collaborative programs to speed promising research to market.
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We’re rethinking the role of academic medicine in improving health — and doing so with a unique focus on our community.
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More About the Class

50
Students
100%
Receive some form of scholarship support
20-40
Age range

64%, 36%

Women, Men
National averages: 50.7%, 49.3%

20%

Identify with a race or ethnicity underrepresented in medicine
National average: 13.8%1

92%

Are residents of Texas2

3.74 GPA

Class average
National average: 3.7

26 Alma Maters

Degrees earned from Harvard, Rice, Texas A&M, MIT, The University of Alabama, UT Austin, UT Dallas, Vanderbilt and more.

90% MCAT

Class average
National average: 81%3

Total Service Hours: 221,604

Hours to Community: 47,102

  • Providing disaster response through various organizations
  • Serving in the Peace Corps
  • Supporting Special Olympics athletes
  • Volunteering as a court-appointed special advocate

Hours to Health Care: 99,677

  • Addiction treatment
  • Cancer centers
  • Emergency medicine programs
  • Hospice care
  • Primary care and pediatrics

Hours to Research: 74,825

  • Cardiovascular physiology
  • Gut microbiome
  • Health informatics
  • Treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

1Percentage of students from an underrepresented minority group currently enrolled in U.S. med schools
2 State law requires that 90% of students be Texas residents
3 For all test-takers; shows percentage of test-takers who received the same or lower score

Note: This information, provided by Dell Medical School Student Affairs, is unofficial and subject to change prior to July 10, 2018. National averages are reported by the Association of American Medical Colleges and are based on 2017–18 data.