Over the last 4 years, 58.3% of Miami undergraduate applicants have been accepted to medical schools, compared to a national average of 43.3%.
The faculty and staff at the Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education, particularly David Pennock and Robert Balfour, have made a huge impact on my Miami experience. They have been there for all my questions to help guide me through the pre-med track.
The Mallory-Wilson Center in the College of Arts and Science provides resources, information, and support that enable students to make informed decisions regarding the issues facing today's healthcare professionals. Programs and services include the Premedical Co-Major, Premedical Living Learning Community, internships, and scholarships.