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Clinical Campus Options

All Norton College of Medicine students complete pre-clinical requirements at the Upstate Medical University campus in Syracuse. In March of the second year, one-fourth of the class moves to the Binghamton Clinical Campus, one hour south of Syracuse, to complete clinical clerkships, with the option of staying in Binghamton for their fourth. The rest of the class remains in Syracuse.

Applicants select their campus preferences after their Interview Day and are assigned to a clinical campus upon acceptance to the Norton College of Medicine. There is no difference in specialties, residency placements or students' board scores between the two campuses. The experiences, however, are different and we hope the summaries of the Binghamton Experience and the Syracuse Experience help you to make your selection.

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University Hospital, Syracuse, NY
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Clinical Campus, Binghamton, NY

The Norton College of Medicine At A Glance

Degrees Offered

  • Master of Public Health (MPH)
  • Certificate of Advanced Study in Public Health
  • Doctor of Medicine (MD)
  • Doctor of Medicine/Doctor of Philosophy (MD/PhD)
  • Doctor of Medicine/Master of Public Health (MD/MPH)

Enrollment: 716

 Faculty: 2,492

  • Full-time: 623
  • Part-time: 224
  • Volunteer: 1,751

Residency Match

  • 2021: 97%
  • 2020: 99%

USMLE Pass Rates

  • Step 1: 98%
    (2020 data)
  • Step 2: 98%
    (2019 data)

Annual Tuition

  • $43,670
    (New York residents)
  • $65,160
    (out-of-state residents)

Financial Aid

About 85% of students share more than $25 million