Early clinical experiences. Cutting-edge technology. Authentic community service.
Receive an exceptional medical education at UToledo. Our goal is to develop skilled, compassionate physicians.
Physicians receive a world-class education in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences at The University of Toledo in northwest Ohio. Our graduates are highly professional, skilled and compassionate practitioners with a lifelong commitment to improving health.
Research, education and patient care are the hallmarks of our medical program. Our updated curriculum places a premium on early clinical experiences for medical students, as well as real-world, hands-on experiences.
UToledo’s Health Science Campus is one of the most technologically advanced campuses in the U.S. and home to the renowned Lloyd A. Jacobs Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center — a game changer in medical education.
Our academic partnership with ProMedica — one of the region’s largest health-care systems — affords our medical students many educational and research opportunities.
Our medical students successfully match with residencies in all specialties throughout the U.S. Many students rank Toledo as their top choice — a testament to our medical school and our city.
State-of-the-art medical campus. The Health Science Campus is home to:
Pass/fail courses. The College of Medicine and Life Sciences prides itself on adapting its medical school curriculum to keep up with current trends and evidence-based practices. Our first- and second-year medical students take all classes pass-fail. Eliminating letter grades has been shown to foster more collaboration and reduce stress and burnout.
A leader in interprofessional education. Medical students in UToledo's innovative, year-long IPE course learn teamwork as they collaborate with students in nine health-care fields. Faculty and students publish articles and present about UToledo’s IPE activities at national conferences and other educational institutions.
Generous scholarships. Medical students received about $1.9 million in scholarships in fall 2018.
Local partnership. UToledo students benefit from our academic affiliation with ProMedica, one of the largest health-care systems in the region. Our partnership allows us to expand research and learning opportunities, as well as improve facilities and equipment.
Dual degrees. UToledo offers a variety of options for highly motivated medical students interested in pursuing additional qualifications:
Early acceptance option. High-achieving undergraduate students can apply early to UToledo’s medical school through MedStart. Accepted students:
UToledo medical students are well-prepared in their specialties. About half of our students match with their first choices for residency.
Visit Rocket Trajectory — our searchable database — for information about the specialties, programs and states where UToledo medical school graduates matched.
UToledo’s College of Medicine and Life Sciences understands that medical education continually evolves. We regularly assess and adjust our curriculum to meet the needs of our students.
Critical components of our new curriculum include:
Our goal is to develop compassionate, professional and competent physicians with a lifelong commitment to learning and improving health.
Learn more about UToledo’s plan of study year by year.
Faculty members in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences are easily accessible. They support students and collaborate with them on research.
The College of Medicine and Life Sciences has a robust, cutting-edge research program. Our student and faculty researchers collaborate with investigators from other UToledo colleges on innovative projects and participate in clinical trials.
Our Health Science Campus offers state-of-the-art equipment, including our Integrated Core Facilities.
Faculty research interests include: