Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Program

  • In the Nation's Capital

    Located in the historic Washington, D.C. neighborhood, Georgetown offers a global perspective, dynamic opportunities, and a commitment to social justice.

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  • Welcome to the Georgetown University School of Medicine

    Georgetown's M.D. degree program is a dynamic one, educating clinicians and scientists since 1851.

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  • Student Groups & Organizations

    Nearly fifty student clubs and organizations provide a range of social, spiritual, civic, and intellectual events on campus and throughout the DC community.

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  • Hoya Clinic

    Created and staffed by Georgetown medical students, this free clinic caters to DC's disenfranchised and vulnerable population.

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  • Follow us @GUMedAdmissions

    Join the conversation with the M.D. Office of Admissions.

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  • Independent Scholarly Project

    Each student is required to complete a scholarly project in areas such as clinical research, clinical quality improvement, biomedical bench research, medical education pedagogy, social justice, and population health.

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  • Integrated Learning Center

    The Integrated Learning Center uniquely supports the School of Medicine's emphasis on a patient-centered, competence-based curriculum where students demonstrate the skills of a generalist physician prior to graduation.

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  • International Programs

    The Office of International Program's mission is to enable Georgetown medical students to live the Jesuit ideals of academic excellence and service to others, offering opportunities in over 20 countries spanning 5 continents.

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  • Dahlgren Memorial Library

    The Dahlgren Memorial Library’s mission is to support and enhance the education, research, and clinical activities of students, faculty, researchers, and staff.

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Thank you expressing your interest in the M.D. Program at the Georgetown University School of Medicine.  We encourage you to visit the links below to help you make an informed decision.  The Committee on Admissions selects students on the basis of academic achievements, character, maturity, and motivation.  In rendering decisions, the Committee evaluates the applicant's entire academic record, performance on the MCAT, college premedical advisory committee evaluations, letters of recommendation, and a personal interview.

M.D. Class Profile

2014 Entering Class

Total Applications: 13,016
Applicants Interviewed: 1,332
Incoming Class Size: 196

Mean Science GPA: 3.60
Mean MCAT Scores:
Verbal Reasoning: 9.91
Physical Sciences: 10.72
Biological Sciences: 10.85

Colleges & Universities Represented: 110
States Represented: 30 + the District of Columbia
Countries Represented: 7 including the United States

% Female/Male : 49/51
% Advanced Degree Holders: 23
% Underrepresented in Medicine (URIM): 11
​Average Age: 24
Age Range: 21-36

2015 Guide to Application

Frequently Asked Questions

Match Placement

Accepted Applicants


Please review the 2015 Guide to Application for information about the requirements, policies, and procedures for applying to the School of Medicine.

Contact Information:


Phone: (202) 687-1154
Fax: (202) 687-3079


Office of Admissions
Georgetown University
School of Medicine
Box 571421
Washington, DC 20057-1421

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Office of Admissions
Georgetown University
School of Medicine
3900 Reservoir Road, NW
Room NE-108C
Washington, DC 20057