Our Applicant Snapshot

Four-Year Averages (2014–2017)
The UA College of Medicine – Phoenix believes in the holistic review of all applicants with a balanced assessment of metrics, attributes and life experiences.

Applications

Arizona Residents: 812 (17 percent)
Out-of-State: 4,018 (83 percent)
Top 10 Home States: California (1,572), Arizona (812), Utah (219), Texas (200), Washington (163), Florida (142), Illinois (136), New York (120), Colorado (119), Oregon (88)
Top Five Schools: Arizona State University (315), University of Arizona (315), University of California – Los Angeles (310), University of California – San Diego (181), University of California – Berkeley (172)
Top Five Majors: Biology (1,438), Other Major (681), Biochemistry (349), Psychology (255), Physiology (238)
GPA: Average (3.52), Range (1.864.00)
MCAT: Average (503), Range (475527)

Interviews Scheduled

Arizona Residents: 188 (50 percent)
Out-of-State: 186 (50 percent)
Top 10 Home States: Arizona (188), California (90), Utah (16), Colorado (8), Washington (6), Montana (5), Oregon (5), Idaho (5), New Mexico (5), Illinois (4)
Top Five Schools: Arizona State University (73), University of Arizona (67), Brigham Young University (17), University of California – Los Angeles (17), University of California – Berkeley (12)
Top Five Majors: Biology (92), Other Major (48), Physiology (36), Biochemistry (34), Molecular Biology (20)
GPA: Average (3.74), Range (2.654.00)
MCAT: Average (510), Range (488524)

Admission Offers

Arizona Residents: 82 (57 percent)
Out-of-State: 63 (43 percent)
Top 10 Home States: Arizona (82), California (34), Utah (4), Colorado (3), Montana (3), Oregon (2), New Mexico (2), Nevada (2), Texas (2), Washington (2)
Top Five Schools: Arizona State University (32), University of Arizona (30), University of California – Berkeley (6), University of California – San Diego (5), University of California – Los Angeles (5)
Top Five Majors: Biology (31), Other Major (21), Physiology (313), Biochemistry (12), Molecular Biology (8)
GPA: Average (3.75), Range (2.824.00)
MCAT: Average (509), Range (488524)
Average Dimensions of Diversity for Accepted Students: 59 percent
Average Re-Applicants Accepted: 33 percent
Experiential Readiness of Accepted Students: Education (100 percent), Clinical (100 percent), Research (88 percent), Community (92 percent)