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Rockford Graduates 2016

Rockford Graduates 2016

Peoria M2 Orientation 2016

Peoria M2 Orientation 2016

College of Medicine Building

College of Medicine Building

UIUC LMSA/SNMA Meet and Greet 2016

UIUC LMSA/SNMA Meet and Greet 2016

Mapping out your journey with COM-UHP

Mapping out your journey with COM-UHP

Match Day 2016

Match Day 2016

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Developing Leaders to Advance Health Equity!

The College of Medicine Urban Health Program (COM-UHP) has a proven track record of developing leaders who will advance health equity. On all four sites of the University of Illinois College of Medicine, COM-UHP offers a variety of longitudinal programs and services for students who are underrepresented in medicine (URiM) specifically African-Americans, Native Americans, Latinos/as, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds that: attract talent, provide access to medical education, support even progression and academic excellence, and promote leadership within the health equity arena. Since its inception in 1969, COM-UHP has assisted more than 2,000 African-American, Native American and Latino/a students in gaining admission to and graduating from the University of Illinois College of Medicine.

News & Notes

We are now accepting applications for the GRE/MCAT/DAT Prep Program (GMDP)

Program overview: The purpose of this program is to prepare students from disadvantaged [...]

Celebrating Excellence & Diversity in Medicine: UIC-COM Class of 2017

You’re Invited! This year the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) and the [...]

Research Training and Career Development Program (RTCP)

The Research Training and Career Development Program (RTCP) is part of the [...]