At the University of Missouri School of Medicine, students learn in an educational environment in which the health of our patients is our first priority and improving care is a routine part of providing care.

Learning experiences model commitment to the patient as the first priority and always include respect for patients’ needs and preferences. Learning methods are based on problems, situated in actual clinical contexts to foster skills in self-directed and lifelong learning.

Medical Students

Student Wellness

Student wellness promotes the health and well-being of our medical students physically, mentally and emotionally. We empower students to make healthy lifestyle choices that include physical activity, stress management, good nutrition, and positive social activities. We seek to equip all medical students with the tools they need to establish healthy habits and manage the various stressors of medical school. We are committed to addressing the unique needs of the diverse student population and encourage them to take control of their own lifelong wellness.

Health and Wellness at Mizzou Med

Doctoral & Master’s Degree Students

Residents & Fellows

Residency programs participate in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Resident Matching Program (also called the Match) for interviewing, selecting and hiring residents. All residencies are Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited.

The Graduate Medical Education website has information for current and prospective residents.

Be sure to check application instructions for your individual residency program, as there might be additional instructions or materials you’ll need to complete.

Billing, Insurance and Financial Aid

Student Handbooks

    Resources