University of Illinois College of Medicine

University of Illinois Secondary Application


The University of Illinois College of Medicine is a 4-year MD-granting program that has three different campuses for students: Chicago, Peoria, and Rockford. Each student will have the opportunity to rank their campus choice. Each campus offers a specific curriculum and different environments for students to learn in. In addition to the traditional MD program, they offer specialized programs in rural medical education, global medical education, urban medicine, innovation in medicine, clinician executive medicine, and innovation in rural global medicine.


The mission of the University of Illinois College of Medicine is to enhance the health of the citizens of Illinois and the nation by educating physicians and biomedical scientists, advancing knowledge in health and disease, and providing healthcare in a setting of education and research. Through a college-wide planning effort, we have developed our College of Medicine Overarching Goals within each of the three mission areas.

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Dual Degree Programs:

  • - MD/PhD

    - MD/MPH

    - MD/MBA

    - MD/MS


Campus: Chicago

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Climate: Chicago

  • - Annual High Temp: 59.3°F

    - Annual Low Temp: 43.3°F

    - Av. Annual Rainfall: 39.04 inch

Campus: Peoria

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Climate: Peoria

  • - Annual High Temp: 61.4°F

    - Annual Low Temp: 42.2°F

    - Av. Annual Rainfall: 36.45 inch

    - Av. Annual Snowfall: 25 inch

Campus: Rockford

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Climate: Rockford

*US average index is 100


Excellence everywhere – in research, education and clinical work. Collaboration with all who can advance our mission at UIC and UIUC, the medical district and other institutions world-wide. Diversity- in all its forms from students, to areas of research to collaborative partners- as a means to a higher quality of health care for all. Innovation and Translation of new knowledge and new approaches to disease and health care delivery. Integrity and Commitment to the people we work with as patients, research subjects, communities and our own students, faculty and staff. The Promise of Hope for our patients and supporters by striving toward cures for diseases that have plagued humankind for millennia.

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