The number of clinical sites in the TMC and broad variety of clinical experiences opens the door to unlimited opportunities.
The most important factor that led me to choose Baylor College of Medicine was that I felt the faculty and students were really supportive.
Graduate with Less Debt
- Average Debt Baylor College of Medicine: $119,892
- Average Debt Private Medical Schools: $218,746*
- Average Debt Public Medical Schools: $194,280*
(*Source: AAMC Debt, Costs and Loan Repayment Fact Card 2021)
U.S. News and World Report: In the research intensive category, Baylor remains among the top 25 medical schools in the nation at 22nd, and in the primary care category, rose to 16th. These rankings place Baylor College of Medicine in the top 15% of all U.S. medical schools.
Foundation for Success
Baylor's accelerated, integrated approach to teaching the core scientific concepts that underlie medicine and our exceptionally diverse clinical training opportunities combine to create a curriculum that prepares our students for success.
Here, you’ll learn how to keep up with, understand, and take advantage of ever-changing information, work in multidisciplinary teams, and interact effectively and compassionately with diverse populations.
The best surprise for me was how welcoming the student body and faculty are. The Peer Resource Network gives us a community of students to connect with right away and contacts with students in other classes who we can feel comfortable going to for guidance. The faculty members are very open to student input and respect our opinions.