Whats unique about the College of Medicine?
The University Of Illinois College Of Medicine is the country’s largest medical school and one of the few offering comprehensive regional campuses with statewide services. Our sites in Chicago, Peoria, Rockford and Urbana are dedicated to producing new knowledge in the medical sciences, develop best practices in health care delivery, and educate the next generation of physicians and biomedical scientists committed to serving the needs of Illinois and the nation.
Recognized as one of the country’s best medical schools, the College of Medicine is also its largest. Our diverse student body of 2,600 students hails from a wide variety of cultural and economic backgrounds. This diversity adds to the rich educational experience that is the College of Medicine.
The College’s four campuses—located in Chicago, Peoria, Rockford, and Urbana — take advantage of the state’s urban and rural environments and offer numerous opportunities for clinical training and research. Our distinguished faculty contributes to the college’s reputation as one of the best schools for both undergraduate and graduate medical education. The College’s 69 residency programs are highly sought after.