University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Medical Student Admissions

Successful Graduates

There are nearly four thousand alumni of the College of Medicine currently practicing medicine, or looking back on a long and successful career spent helping to improve the health of their community.

Though the College is a relatively small medical school, every year its graduates go on to a wide range of residency programs at hospitals across the nation. Some of those graduates come back to practice in Vermont; many find their careers in medical centers and private practices throughout every state in the union and, indeed, in nations across the globe.

Graduates of the College of Medicine currently serve in such positions as Chair of the Medical Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, Executive Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Past President of Doctors Without Borders USA, as well as the important positions all graduates hold in the lives of literally hundreds of thousands of their patients.

Satisfied Graduates

Our graduates are satisfied with the education they received from UVM. Each year, the percentage of students surveyed by the Association of American Medical Colleges who report overall satisfaction with their medical education has exceeded the national average.

Students from recent classes were accepted into programs at more than 50 top medical centers across the nation - places as diverse as Yale-New Haven, Scripps Clinic, Massachusetts General, Duke, Oregon Health Center, USC, and N.Y. Presbyterian/Weil Cornell.

Vibrant Alumni Association

The satisfaction of our graduates can also be measured by the number of alumni who give back to the College of Medicine. The College has one of the highest rates of alumni giving in the nation. Fully 40% of our alumni participate in annual giving to the College, which is double the national mean.

The Medical Alumni Association, proudly supports students in many ways from providing scholarship support and travel grants, to providing places for students to stay during residency interviews and more.

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