Medical School Statistics NonResident Interview & Matriculation Rates

Use medical school statistics to learn the number of non-resident interviews which turn into medical school matriculation rates. This is a very important value and will provide you with a good indication of your chances of getting into medical school.

But remember, by the time you interview you're good enough on paper and the admissions committee wants to be sure you will be a good fit.

Percentage (%) of nonresidents who interviewed and then matriculated at that specific medical school:

Alabama

  • Alabama 16%
  • South Alabama 36%

Arizona

  • Arizona 14%

Arkansas

  • Arkansas 28%

California

  • Loma Linda 44%
  • Southern Cal-Keck 21%
  • Stanford 13%
  • UC-Davis 7%
  • UC-Irvine 17%
  • UC-San Diego 13%
  • UC-San Francisco n/a
  • UCLA-Geffen 10%

Colorado

  • Colorado 13%

Connecticut

  • Connecticut 6%
  • Yale 9%

District of Columbia

  • George Washington 18%
  • Georgetown 14%
  • Howard 42%

Florida

  • Univ. Florida 19%
  • Florida State 0%
  • Miami-Miller 29%
  • Univ. South Florida 29%

Georgia

  • Emory 15%
  • MC Georgia 21%
  • Mercer 0%
  • Morehouse 15%
Hawaii
  • Hawaii-Burns 21%

Illinois

  • Chicago-Pritzker 14%
  • Loyola-Chicago Stritch 22%
  • Northwestern-Feinberg 17%
  • Rosalind Franklin-Chicago 21%
  • Rush 20%
  • Southern Illinois 0%
  • Univ. Illinois Chicago 23%

Indiana

  • Indiana 10%

Iowa

  • Iowa-Carver 12%

Kansas

  • Kansas 16%

Kentucky

  • Kentucky 19%
  • Louisville 31%

Louisiana

  • LSU New Orleans 64%
  • LSU Shreveport 0%
  • Tulane 13%

Maryland

  • Johns Hopkins 14%
  • Univ. Maryland 21%
  • Uniformed Services-Herbert 34%

Massachusetts

  • Boston 13%
  • Harvard 15%
  • Massachusetts 11%
  • Tufts 18%

Michigan

  • Michigan 15%
  • Michigan State 34%
  • Wayne State 12%

Minnesota

  • Mayo 11%
  • Minnesota 21%

Mississippi

  • Mississippi 0%

Missouri

  • Missouri Columbia 7%
  • Missouri Kansas City 53%
  • St Louis 18%
  • Wash U St Louis 11%

Nebraska

  • Creighton 21%
  • Nebraska 13%

Nevada

  • Nevada 13%

New Hampshire

  • Dartmouth 9%

New Jersey

  • UMDNJ New Jersey 11%
  • UMDNJ-RW Johnson 25%

New Mexico

  • New Mexico 14%

New York

  • Albany 23%
  • Albert Einstein 11%
  • Buffalo 11%
  • Columbia 10%
  • Cornell-Weill 11%
  • Mount Sinai 19%
  • New York Medical 20%
  • NYU 13%
  • Rochester 12%
  • SUNY Downstate 9%
  • SUNY Upstate 15%
  • Stony Brook 15%

North Carolina

  • Duke 12%
  • East Carolina-Brody 0%
  • North Carolina 26%
  • Wake Forest 20%

North Dakota

  • North Dakota 39%

Ohio

  • Case Western 13%
  • Cincinnati 18%
  • Northeastern Ohio 100%
  • Ohio State 24%
  • Toledo 31%
  • Wright State-Boonshoft 17%

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma 32%

Oregon

  • Oregon 12%

Pennsylvania

  • Drexel 16%
  • Jefferson 28%
  • Penn State 12%
  • UPenn 14%
  • Pittsburgh 10%
  • Temple 17%

Puerto Rico

  • Caribe 75%
  • Ponce 92%
  • Puerto Rico 0%
  • San Juan Bautista 38%

Rhode Island

  • Brown-Alpert 43%

South Carolina

  • MU South Carolina 32%
  • South Carolina 17%

South Dakota

  • South Dakota-Sanford 10%

Tennessee

  • East Tennessee-Quillen 12%
  • Meharry 25%
  • Tennessee 12%
  • Vanderbilt 9%

Texas

  • Baylor 12%
  • Texas A & M 15%
  • Texas Tech 24%
  • UT Galveston 13%
  • UT Houston 9%
  • UT San Antonio 22%
  • UT Southwestern 43%

Utah

  • Utah 13%

Vermont

  • Vermont 15%
Virginia
  • Eastern Virginia 14%
  • Virginia 18%
  • Virginia Commonwealth 21%

Washington

  • Univ. Washington 14%

West Virginia

  • Marshall-Edwards 27%
  • West Virginia 12%

Wisconsin

  • MC Wisconsin 22%
  • Univ. Wisconsin 19%

Please be aware the medical school statistics on nonresident interviews and matriculation rates does not reflect your exact chances of being admitted at a specific institution.

There are a number of factors considered by the admissions committee and this listing was provided to give you an overall sense of the competitiveness of getting admitted to medical school.


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