White Medical School Entry Statistics

Do you know medical school entry data for White students? See which institutions have the highest rates of whites getting into medical school.

The medical school entry numbers provided will help you determine how diverse your incoming first year medical school class will be.

Percentage (%) of first year medical students who identify themselves as White:

Alabama

  • Alabama 78%
  • South Alabama 80%

Arizona

  • Arizona 73%

Arkansas

  • Arkansas 81%

California

  • Loma Linda 55%
  • Southern Cal-Keck 73%
  • Stanford 45%
  • UC-Davis 51%
  • UC-Irvine 53%
  • UC-San Diego 55%
  • UC-San Francisco 55%
  • UCLA-Geffen 45%

Colorado

  • Colorado 88%

Connecticut

  • Connecticut 69%
  • Yale 47%

District of Columbia

  • George Washington 56%
  • Georgetown 71%
  • Howard 7%

Florida

  • Univ. Florida 67%
  • Florida State 80%
  • Miami-Miller 74%
  • Univ. South Florida 68%

Georgia

  • Emory 68%
  • MC Georgia 73%
  • Mercer 86%
  • Morehouse 8%
Hawaii
  • Hawaii-Burns 31%

Illinois

  • Chicago-Pritzker 56%
  • Loyola-Chicago Stritch 80%
  • Northwestern-Feinberg 56%
  • Rosalind Franklin-Chicago 53%
  • Rush 69%
  • Southern Illinois 76%
  • Univ. Illinois Chicago 54%

Indiana

  • Indiana 76%

Iowa

  • Iowa-Carver 89%

Kansas

  • Kansas 81%

Kentucky

  • Kentucky 83%
  • Louisville 83%

Louisiana

  • LSU New Orleans 85%
  • LSU Shreveport 91%
  • Tulane 75%

Maryland

  • Johns Hopkins 53%
  • Univ. Maryland 63%
  • Uniformed Services-Herbert 82%

Massachusetts

  • Boston 54%
  • Harvard 47%
  • Massachusetts 79%
  • Tufts 67%

Michigan

  • Michigan 69%
  • Michigan State 69%
  • Wayne State 68%

Minnesota

  • Mayo 76%
  • Minnesota 82%

Mississippi

  • Mississippi 82%

Missouri

  • Missouri Columbia 96%
  • Missouri Kansas City n/a
  • St Louis 72%
  • Wash U St Louis 61%

Nebraska

  • Creighton 79%
  • Nebraska 92%

Nevada

  • Nevada 81%

New Hampshire

  • Dartmouth 53%

New Jersey

  • UMDNJ New Jersey 44%
  • UMDNJ-RW Johnson 48%

New Mexico

  • New Mexico 73%

New York

  • Albany 57%
  • Albert Einstein 64%
  • Buffalo 67%
  • Columbia 69%
  • Cornell-Weill 60%
  • Mount Sinai 62%
  • New York Medical 58%
  • NYU 65%
  • Rochester 62%
  • SUNY Downstate 55%
  • SUNY Upstate 55%
  • Stony Brook 52%

North Carolina

  • Duke 51%
  • East Carolina-Brody 73%
  • North Carolina 73%
  • Wake Forest 75%

North Dakota

  • North Dakota 89%

Ohio

  • Case Western 56%
  • Cincinnati 74%
  • Northeastern Ohio 68%
  • Ohio State 73%
  • Toledo 69%
  • Wright State-Boonshoft 83%

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma 71%

Oregon

  • Oregon 81%

Pennsylvania

  • Drexel 59%
  • Jefferson 65%
  • Penn State 71%
  • UPenn 69%
  • Pittsburgh 63%
  • Temple 72%

Puerto Rico

  • Caribe 76%
  • Ponce 75%
  • Puerto Rico 70%
  • San Juan Bautista 0%

Rhode Island

  • Brown-Warren Alpert 48%

South Carolina

  • MU South Carolina 80%
  • South Carolina 77%

South Dakota

  • South Dakota-Sanford 98%

Tennessee

  • East Tennessee-Quillen 87%
  • Meharry 9%
  • Tennessee 75%
  • Vanderbilt 62%

Texas

  • Baylor 63%
  • Texas A & M 57%
  • Texas Tech 59%
  • UT Galveston 66%
  • UT Houston 71%
  • UT San Antonio 69%
  • UT Southwestern 48%

Utah

  • Utah 80%

Vermont

  • Vermont 76%
Virginia
  • Eastern Virginia 70%
  • Virginia 73%
  • Virginia Commonwealth 67%

Washington

  • Univ. Washington 88%

West Virginia

  • Marshall-Edwards 88%
  • West Virginia 83%

Wisconsin

  • MC Wisconsin 77%
  • Univ. Wisconsin 72%

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