Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Reviews

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Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is a 4-year MD-granting program that welcomed its first class in 1966. The College of Human Medicine is a community-based medical school that offers seven clinical campuses with the two main campuses being in East Lansing and Grand Rapids. The College of Human Medicine splits students into learning societies of about 8-10 students with a lead faculty member to help students develop a learning plan. The Shared Discovery Curriculum includes early clinical experience (6 weeks in), middle clinical experience (year 2), and late clinical experience (year 3 and 4). Between clinical experiences, they have intersessions (core, foundational, special).


Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is committed to educating exemplary physicians and scholars, discovering and disseminating new knowledge, and providing service at home and abroad. We enhance our communities by providing outstanding primary and specialty care, promoting the dignity and inclusion of all people, and responding to the needs of the medically underserved.

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Dual Degree Programs:

  • - MD/PhD

    - MD/MPH


Campus: East Lansing

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Climate: Grand Rapids

  • - Annual High Temp: 57.8°F

    - Annual Low Temp: 40.3°F

    - Av. Annual Rainfall: 38.27 inch

    - Av. Annual Snowfall: 76 inch

Campus: Grand Rapids

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Climate: East Lansing

  • - Annual High Temp: 56.7°F

    - Annual Low Temp: 36.7°F

    - Av. Annual Rainfall: 30.92 inch

    - Annual Snowfall: 37

*US average index is 100

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