AUC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ACADEMIC OUTCOMES
STUDENT AND GRADUATE PERFORMANCE
Residency directors look closely at a medical school student’s performance on USMLE exams when making a residency decision.
USMLE Step 1: In 2020, 93.2 percent of AUC students passed Step 1 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) on the first attempt. AUC students’ five-year cumulative first-time pass rate for the USMLE Step 1 exam is 93.2%.
USMLE Step 2 CK: In 2020, 92.8 percent of AUC students passed USMLE Step 2 CK on the first attempt. AUC students' five-year cumulative first-time pass rate for the USMLE Step 2 CK exam is 89.5%.
- AUC 2022 First-Time Residency Attainment Rate for 2021-2022 Graduates is 95%.
- AUC students and graduates will enter residency programs in 20 specialties throughout 33 U.S. states and territories.
- AUC 2021 First-Time Residency Attainment Rate for 2020-2021 Graduates is 92%.
- In 2021, AUC graduates earned 304 residency positions in 17 specialties.
AUC 2020 First-Time Residency Attainment Rate for 2019-2020 Graduates is 92%.
In 2020, AUC graduates earned more than 340 residency positions.
AUC 2019 First-Time Residency Rate for 2018-2019 Graduates is 94%.
AUC again reached a record number of residency placements in 2019, with over 360 positions earned.
AUC celebrated a record number of residency placements in 2018, with nearly 300 AUC graduates matching into positions in 38 states and 24 specialties.
AUC's residency attainment rate for graduates seeking residency in their first attempt was 84.5%.
AUC gradudates earned standout matches in competitive fields like orthopedic surgery, dermatology child neurology, interventional radiology, neurology, surgery, and anesthesiology.
The majority of AUC grads earned residency positions in primary care: 96 secured residencies in internal medicine, 87 in family medicine, and 26 in pediatrics.
In 2017, AUC graduates earned more than 270 residency positions.
Specialties included anesthesiology, family medicine, internal medicine, neurology, pediatrics, and surgery.
AUC achieved a first-time eligible residency attainment rate of 84.4 percent that year.
2019 MATCH MADNESS
HEAR FROM OUR 2019 GRADS ON WHAT IT'S LIKE TO MATCH
MEDICAL SCHOOL LOCATIONS
TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE SITES
MEDICAL SCIENCES CAMPUS: CUPECOY, SINT MAARTEN
AUC students begin their journey to become physicians on AUC's medical sciences campus in Sint Maarten, located in the northeast Caribbean. There, they complete the first five semesters of the medical school program on a modern campus featuring highly advanced educational technology in a collegial learning environment.
AFFILIATED TEACHING HOSPITALS AND CLINICAL SITES
AUC's network of clinical teaching affiliates includes excellent teaching hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom. Students can also complete global health electives in the Dominican Republic, Russia, Uganda, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe.
US ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE: PEMBROKE PINES, FLORIDA
The AUC Office of the Executive Dean, Office of Admissions, Office of Career Advisement, Registrar, and several other student services and administrative departments are located here.
ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS
AUC IS ACCREDITED BY THE ACCREDITATION COMMISSION ON COLLEGES OF MEDICINE
AUC graduates are eligible to seek licensure in all 50 U.S. states, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Some states, such as New York, California, and Florida, require approval for international medical schools. AUC is proud to be approved in each of these states.
The US Department of Education has determined that AUC is an eligible institution for participation in title IV federal financial assistance programs. AUC students who qualify are eligible to receive US student loans in order to attend our medical school.
AUC has more than 7,500+ alumni, and AUC graduates are practicing throughout the United States, Canada, and internationally. The majority of AUC medical school graduates secure medical residencies prior to graduation through the National Resident Matching Program® with leading teaching hospitals and medical centers in the United States.