University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC

Medical School


Primary Care

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is a public school that was founded in 1789. The School of Medicine runs over 30 facilities, such as the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies and the Center for AIDS Research. Medical students are a part of the student government through the Whitehead Medical Society. Clinical departments at the medical school include subjects like surgery and pediatrics.

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Quick Facts

CB #7000, 4030 Bondurant Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7000


Applications accepted:
(Begins): June 1
(Ends):November 1
AMCAS application accepted: Yes
AACOMAS application accepted:No
Application fee: $68

Tuition & Fees

2014-2015 Full-time (in-state): $18,887
2014-2015 Full-time (out-of-state): $45,766
Required fees: $1,915

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Family medicine
Rural medicine
Women's Health

School Details

Full-time faculty:  1520
Full-time faculty-student ratio:  1.8:1
Total medical school enrollment:  827
Gender distribution: 
Graduates admitted to their first-choice residency program: 
Most popular residency and specialty programs (2013 and 2014 classes):  anesthesiology, emergency medicine, family practice, internal medicine, internal medicine - pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, radiology - diagnostic, surgery - general

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