UCSF School of Medicine
In State Tuition: $73,608
Out of State Tuition: $85,854
In State Tuition: $74,613
Out of State Tuition: $86,859
In State Tuition: $86,655
Out of State Tuition: $98,901
In State Tuition: $81,145
Out of State Tuition: $93,391
Types of Financial Aid at UCSF Medical School
University Grants and Scholarships
Professional School Scholarships
Other Campus Scholarships
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Professionals Scholarship Program (HPSP)
Indian Health Service Scholarship Program
National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program
NURSE Corps Scholarship Program
Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Programs
Types of loans available to students:
Federal Student Loans
Primary Care Loan
Private Education Loan
CA Medical Association Foundation Loan For Medical Students
This program, called The Federal Work Study Program (FWS) provides jobs for students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses.
Veterans Affairs Education Benefits are offered to veterans, military service members and in some cases their family members. The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) determines all eligibility and the certifying official on campus will assist in coordinating the students' benefits.
In a financial emergency, students may be able to obtain a short-term emergency loan. This loan must be repaid within a specified time period (generally three months) so other needy students can benefit from these limited funds.
Average MCAT Scores of Students
94th Percentile- Score of 516 on the MCAT
For students entering the class of 2019, 7800 students applied to UCSF Medical School. Of those, 470 were invited for interviews (6%) and 155 were accepted.
UCSF Medical School is located in San Francisco California, specifically 533 Parnassus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94143.
Specific Specialties School is known for
UCSF Medical School is ranked as the top 10 medical schools in the following 8 specialties
Diabetes and endocrinology
Ear, nose and throat
Neurology and neurosurgery
Accounts from Alumni
Using this link, students can access the experience articles of hundreds of UCSF Medical School alumnis.
The Alumni range from different ages, career levels, specialties, and more.
Median undergraduate GPA: 3.88
Average undergraduate GPA: 3.8
Median MCAT score: 518
Average MCAT: 516 (94th percentile)
Baccalaureate MD Programs
To be eligible for UCSF Medical School’s Baccalaureate MD Programs, applicants must be eligible using the following criteria
Be considered disadvantaged or be from an underserved community
Be a resident of California (Link to UCSF Residency Information)
Have completed an undergraduate degree or higher from an accredited U.S. college or university
Have a minimum overall GPA of 2.94 or higher; minimum 2.8 GPA in the sciences