COVID 19 - Medical / Health Professions 2021 Application Cycle Information

If you are a Rutgers-Camden student or alumnus with an interest in medical, dental, veterinary science, podiatry, optometry or related Allied Health fields, please register with the pre-med/health professions registration database.  Registering with the database will put you on an email list to receive information on medical and allied health fields, Open Houses / Special Programs, internship / volunteer opportunities and more.
Pre-Health Professions Registration

Questions, call 856-225-6046 or email careercenter@camden.rutgers.ed

Pre-Med Planning & Advising

If you are in an application process for the entering class of 2018 or beyond

Contact: Cheryl Hallman at the Career Center, lower level of the campus center.  856.225.6046,

If you need curriculum/course advising for health related programs

Joint 7 Year BS/DO Program For Freshman Applicants From High School

Pre-Med Prerequisite Courses

PreMed Prerequisite Courses @ RUC.pdf (Course requirements and other important information)
This worksheet includes courses required by medical schools for application and recommended foundational classes.

Medical School Committee Letter

Medical School Admissions Criteria At A Glance

The following statistics, obtained from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), paint a daunting picture about medical schools admissions. These figures speak for themselves.

• In 2019, 53,371 students applied to medical schools. However, only 21,869 of those applicants were accepted into at least one medical school. In other words, 54% of applicants got rejected to every medical school they applied to.
• In 2019, the average science GPA of all applicants was 3.48. However, the average science GPA of all matriculates was higher at 3.66.
• In 2019, the average MCAT score of all applicants was 506.1. However, the average MCAT score of all matriculates was much higher at 511.5.
• Only about 30% of all applicants who have a GPA between 3.4 and 3.6 get accepted into a medical school. In other words, 70% of applicants who have a GPA between 3.4 and 3.6 do not get into a single medical school. For those who have a GPA between 3.6 and 3.8, the chances of getting into a medical school increase to 47%. About 66% of applicants with a GPA greater or equal to 3.8 get accepted into medical school. Every year, a typical applicant applies to about 15 medical schools.

Premed Students Associations

Summer Research + Gap Year + Academic Enrichment + Volunteer Opportunities

Post Bachelor Premedical Programs