Entering Class Profile
At the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, our entering class of students represents the infinite potential of future U.S. healthcare providers.
The 89 students who make up our entering class represent 46 different colleges and universities from around the world. They have pursued courses of study and academic interests in diverse disciplines including the biological and physical sciences, history, Latin, anthropology, engineering, political science, and more.
Over 70% took one or more years between receiving their undergraduate degree and beginning medical school, in pursuits as varied as teaching, research, PhD work, scribing, and learning American Sign Language.
Learn more about our class - and why our students chose Pritzker - below.
Entering Class Demographics
Underrepresented in Medicine
Out of State
Had Research Experience Prior to Med School
Years between undergrad and medical school
MCAT Score Percentile Range
Cumulative GPA Range
Science GPA Range