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Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

Applying to the MD Program

MD Class Demographics and Statistics

Below are the demographics and academic statistics for the most recently matriculated class and the overall student body. Additionally, longitudinal admissions pool statistics are provided for the complete, interviewed and offered pools each year.

Entering Year 2019 / Class of 2023

Application Stats

Total AMCAS Applications1,554 (30% increase over last cycle)
Total Secondary Applications sent725
Total Completed Applications701
Total Interviewed344
Matriculated Class80
Catch Ratio (Offer:Seats)1.9:1

Demographic Stats

Females^54%
Washington Residents94% Other 6% had ties to WA
Childhood Rural County (Based on AMCAS and WA Office of Financial Management)26.3%
Childhood Rural WA County (Based on WA OFM)22.5%
Counties Represented (Childhood or Permanent Address)20 (Adams, Asotin, Benton, Clark, Cowlitz, Franklin, Grays Harbor, Island, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman, Yakima)
First Generation College Graduate (parents did not earn Bachelor's Degree)37.5%
Low Socioeconomic Status (Based on AMCAS EO1/EO2, Pell Grant, and Fee Assistance Program)55%
Underrepresented in Medicine (URiM)^(African American, American Indian, Hispanic, enrolled tribal member)14%
Average Age^26
Age Range^20-39
Non-Traditional (25 and older)^59%
Has Dependents^7.5%
Advanced Degrees17.5%
Military Service6.3%
Reapplicant30%

^Not considered in admissions per law; reported only as additional characteristics of the class
*FERPA guidelines recommend not reporting characteristics amounting to less than 5

Academic Stats

Mean Overall GPA3.61 (Range: 2.81-3.97)
Mean BCPM GPA3.49 (Range: 2.35-3.98)
Mean New MCAT*507 (Range: 494-521)

Student Body (Entry Year 2017, 2018, 2019 / Classes of 2021, 2022, 2023)

Demographic Stats

Females^56.5%
Washington ResidentsOther 5% had ties to WA94.5%
Childhood Rural County (Based on AMCAS and WA Office of Financial Management)21%
Childhood Rural WA County (Based on WA Office of Financial Management18%
Counties Represented (Childhood or Permanent Address)26: Adams, Asotin, Benton, Chelan, Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Franklin, Grant, Grays Harbor, Island, King, Kitsap, Kittitas, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Stevens, Thurston, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman, Yakima
First Generation College Graduate (Parents did not earn Bachelor's Degree)32%
Low Socioeconomic Status (Based on AMCAS EO1/EO2, Pell Grant, and Fee Assistance Program)55.5%
Underrepresented in Medicine (URiM)^
(African American, American Indian, Hispanic, enrolled tribal member)
9%
Average Age^25
Age Range^20 - 39
Non-Traditional (25 and older)^50%
Advanced Degrees15%
Military Service4.5%

^Not considered in admissions per law; reported only as additional characteristics of the class
*FERPA guidelines recommend not reporting characteristics amounting to less than 5

Academic Stats

Mean Overall GPA3.6
Mean BCPM GPA3.48
Mean New MCAT*507

Applicant Pool Data For All Cycles

  EY 2017
CO 2021
EY 2018
CO 2022
EY 2019
CO 2023
Complete ApplicationsFemale^40%48%53%
WA Residents92%94%95.5%
Childhood Rural County14%11%11%
Childhood Rural WA County11%9%9.6%
First Generation College Graduate14%20%16%
Low SES25%28%22%
URiM^4%5.4%9.3%
Mean Age^252525
Non-Traditional^47%42%44.7%
Advanced Degrees11%11%9%
Military Service2%2%2.3%
InterviewedFemale^41%56%56%
WA Residents92%94%95%
Childhood Rural County14%16.5%17.4%
Childhood Rural WA County12%14%15.7%
First Generation College Graduate15%25.6%22.4%
Low SES25%33%26.7%
URiM^4%6.7%13%
Mean Age^252525
Non-Traditional^48%41%48.3%
Advanced Degrees11%11%11%
Military Service2%3.7%3.5%
All Accepted (not final matriculated)Female^54%63.6%61%
WA Residents95%93%95.5%
Childhood Rural County20%15.3%17.5%
Childhood Rural WA County17%13.6%15%
First Generation College Graduate20%34%28.6%
Low SES32%39%48%
URiM^*7.6%18%
Mean Age^252525
Non-Traditional^49%40.7%52%
Advanced Degrees13%15.3%13%
Military Service*6%6%

^Not considered in admissions per law; reported only as additional characteristics of the class
*FERPA guidelines recommend not reporting characteristics amounting to less than 5