4 North Carolina Medical Schools Comparison

There are 4 LCME-accredited medical schools in North Carolina as of 2022. By school type, 2 medical schools are public and 2 are private. Duke University School of Medicine ranked first among North Carolina medical schools with #9 in overall medical school ranking.
The below list summarizes the 2022 important medical schools statistics for North Carolina medical schools.
  • The average MCAT Score of North Carolina medical schools is 513.
  • The average GPA is 3.72.
  • The average acceptance rate is 3.18%.
  • In public North Carolina medical schools, the average tuition & fees is $29,021 for state residents and $43,001 for out-of-state students.
  • In private North Carolina medical schools, the average tuition & fees is $66,702.
  • Total 2,422 students have attended North Carolina medical schools in 2022 and each school had 606 medical school students in average.
  • A total of 540 students have newly enrolled (first-time students) 2022 and , in average, a medical school had 135 first-time students last year.

List of North Carolina Medical Schools and Comparison

The following table lists 4 North Carolina medical schools with important statistics including tuition and MCAT scores. You can compare them with the information and sort the table by each column that you want. The ranking is for all LCME-accredited medical school. It is computed based on a number of factors including the admission scores, number of faculties, bar pass rate, acceptance rate, and employment statistics.
North Carolina Medical Schools Comparison Table
SchoolRankingFoundedTuitionMCATGPAAcceptance RatePopulation
Duke University School of MedicinePrivateDurham, NC91930$69,7565193.881.36%584
Wake Forest School of MedicinePrivateWinston-Salem, NC561902$63,6475133.671.33%599
University of North Carolina School of MedicinePublicChapel Hill, NC741879$62,7055123.662.93%889
The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina UniversityPublicGreenville, NC1231977$23,2975083.657.11%350