MCG 2017 Facts


Established in 1828 as one of the nation’s first medical schools

Class of 2020


3,024 applicants

  • 230: Positions with an acceptance ratio of 13.5 to 1
  • 3.8: Overall GPA – above the national average
  • 31.1: Mean MCAT – above national average
  • 119: Men
  • 111: Women
  • 2: Students accepted into the MD/PhD Program
  • First-time taker pass rate and mean scores for Step 1 and 2 of the US Medical Licensing Examination are consistently at or above the national average.
  • 60 percent of MCG students participate in research projects.

Workforce


3,040 Faculty

  • 622: Full-time
  • 215: Part-time
  • 2,203: Volunteer
  • 13: America’s Top Doctors - Ranked among top 1 percent in the nation
  • 14: Regents' Professors - a faculty honor granted among Georgia’s four research universities.
  • 773 Staff:
    • 712 full-time / 61 part-time
  • Residents and Fellows:
    • 510 training in 47 programs
    • 113 Postdoctoral Fellows

  • First-time taker pass rate and mean scores for Step 1 and 2 of the US Medical Licensing Examination are consistently at or above the national average.
  • 60 percent of MCG students participate in research projects.

  • FY 2017 Budget: $343,043,375
  • Tuition: $28,358 + fees, Georgia residents
    $56,716 + fees, non-residents
  • Average Student Debt: Class of 2016, $165,590
    (National Average: $168,392)