About Mayo Medical School:
The medical school at Mayo Medical School has an application deadline of October 1. The application fee at Mayo Medical School is $120. Its tuition is full-time: $49,900. The faculty-student ratio at Mayo Medical School is 3.4:1. The medical school has 4,590 full- and part-time faculty on staff. For the class of 2017, 51.0 percent of graduates from the medical school at Mayo Medical School who applied to residency programs were admitted to their first choice.
The Mayo Clinic School of Medicine is the teaching arm of Mayo Clinic. Though the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine is based in Rochester, Minnesota, students may also have the opportunity to study and complete rotations at the Mayo Clinic campuses in Phoenix and Jacksonville, Florida. Medical students may also learn at one of the many locations of the affiliated Mayo Clinic Health System.
As early as their first and second years, medical students are able to focus on their personal interests through ”selectives,” which are short, student-picked classes. Third-year students are required to write a scientific paper based on a research project. The school reports that typically more than 80 percent of Mayo students get these manuscripts published.
Outside of their studies, Mayo students can get involved in governance issues, including serving on the enrollment and financial aid committees, or in the Mayo chapters of national organizations, such as the Student National Medical Association and the American Medical Women’s Association. More than 20 percent of graduates have jobs at Mayo medical institutions.