- Prospective Student/Admission
- Current Medical Students
- Graduate Students
The UT College of Medicine and Life Sciences is a student-centered, world-class educational institution for those interested in
becoming physicians and physician scientists. Its highly qualified faculty and integration
of research, education and patient care will prepare you with the knowledge, skills
and attitudes not only to obtain highly competitive residencies, but also to practice
medicine in a wide diversity of communities.
The College of Medicine and Life Sciences on the Health Science Campus has always been on the cutting edge of advanced technology for educating tomorrow’s researchers, health-care providers and teachers. The classrooms and buildings offer you the convenience of wireless technology. The academic intranet provides Web access to course materials, handouts, and announcements, as well as podcasts of lectures.
The College of Medicine also is part of an institution with a research budget of more than $56 million. UT has positioned itself as a future medical and technical research powerhouse in the rankings of research funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health.
And not only is the College of Medicine located next to several hospital and specialty clinics, the state-of-the-art Ruth M. Hillebrand Clinical Skills Center provides an interactive and formative educational experience for students, residents in graduate medical education training programs, and health-care professionals to hone their personal and emphatic skills, as well as their diagnostic and problem-solving techniques.
Most of all, our easily accessible faculty members are dedicated to providing you with an exceptional educational experience.
We hope that you will visit us. I wish you continued success in your journey to becoming a future physician and researcher!
Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D.
Provost and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs
Dean of the College of Medicine
The University of Toledo