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Quick Facts

UConn School of Medicine has produced 3,666 physicians since 1972.

The incoming Class of 2023 is the largest in UConn’s history with 110 students.

2019 is a landmark year with research grants and contract funding exceeding $100 million.

UConn’s medical school is home to more than 600 faculty, 400 medical students, 300 graduate students, and 670 medical residents and fellows.

UConn is ranked as one of the top 10 most diverse medical schools in the nation.

The majority of UConn medical students are from Connecticut and nearly 23% are from underrepresented groups in medicine.