For MD Students
Are you a current medical student?
MD students on both the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses can find need-to-know information such as planning course schedules, checking grades, investigating clerkships, exploring opportunities in the community, getting around campus, and more on the Medical Education (Med Ed) website.
Questions? Contact the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education.
Are you a prospective student?
Find out more about applying to the Medical School including information on the MD program, opportunities for real-world experience, why choose the University of Minnesota, cost of medical school, prerequisites, selection criteria, and more.
Financial aid information
Find information on funding your education, types of aid, applying for aid, determining eligibility, budgeting and repayment, and more.
Real-world opportunities for MD students
We offer a number of opportunities for students to gain hands-on, real-world experience. Explore these programs, courses, internships, and more that you can use to supplement and add value to your medical school experience.
- Student research opportunities
- Simulation experience—enhance your education at our simulation labs
- Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP)—gain experience practicing medicine in a rural community
- Metropolition Physician Associate Program (MetroPAP)—gain experience practicing medicine in an urban, underserved setting
Connect with current students
Find out what it's like to be an MD student at the University of Minnesota Medical School. In these profiles, current medical students share their experience with research opportunities, community involvement, and more—all while still maintaining a personal life. Get your questions answered.
What do you want on the web? Tell us what you think
We are revamping this web resource for MD students to include the information from Med Ed and related websites. We want to know what you think. What information do you need easy access to? What would you like to find on the web? What links do you use the most? Share your ideas on our feedback form.