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College of Medicine Recruitment Programs

Students at residency fair.

The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine offers several programs to jump start a student's career in medicine, from a combined baccalaureate/MD degree program to research opportunities that lead to early acceptance into medical school to collaborating with UC's STEMM-D Program to support students who are underrepresented in medicine. 

To help navigate your way into medical school, the College of Medicine has a team dedicated to supporting these recruitment programs through the Office of Medical Student Affairs. Please contact us at any time - we are always happy to help! 


 Connections Dual Admissions 


 MCAT Review Course

Anatomy book.The Connections Dual Admissions Program is an eight-year baccalaureate/MD program that allows high school seniors to apply for and be accepted to both the University of Cincinnati undergraduate college and the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine simultaneously. Students spend four years as an undergraduate student at UC and four years as a medical student at the College of Medicine.    Student studying.The MCAT Review Course is designed as a review for students who have already completed coursework related to the MCAT content (i.e. Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Physics). The course provides a refresher of the main concepts in each MCAT content area and help applying these concepts to the MCAT format.

 ROSE Program

Student looking through microscope.The ROSE program is part internship, part early acceptance to medical school, and part mentorship program. The purpose of the program is to provide stimulating experiences and contact with academic medical faculty for high ability, intellectually curious pre-medical college students. It’s called ROSE because students learn about medicine by participating in Research, Observation,Service, and Education experiences coordinated by the UC College of Medicine.