Choosing Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science
We are designed to educate tomorrow’s medical leaders today. Comprised of renowned practicing physicians and scientists, our faculty is on the forefront of medicine, participating in breakthrough medical research.
With a unique multi-campus curriculum and immersion in the compassionate standard of Mayo’s medical practice, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science attracts leading scholars and diverse minds from around the world to shape the future of medicine for generations to come.
An educational experience that only Mayo Clinic can provide
Rankings and awards
A few of the honors earned by our schools and Mayo Clinic that say a little about the environment you'll learn in.
Top medical school
Ranked the No. 9 best medical school for research on U.S. News & World Report's 2019-2020 list.
Top residency programs
Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education ranked 3rd nationally with 11 programs ranked in the top 10 by Doximity.
Ranked the No. 1 best hospital in the nation and top-ranked in 12 specialties on U.S. News & World Report's 2019-2020 list.
Leading the way
Mayo is a founding signatory for TIME'S UP Healthcare, dedicated to advancing the organization’s mission of creating safe, fair, and dignified work for all women.
Included as a top place to work on Forbes' America's Best Employers list for 2019.
Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida, and Minnesota recognized as Top Performers in the 2019 Healthcare Equality Index.
Vision and mission
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science is transforming health care for both patients and society through excellence in education, discovery, innovation, teamwork, and leadership.
The College's mission is to:
- Educate and inspire a diverse workforce of health care providers, physicians, and scientists through excellence in medical education, research, and clinical care
- Alleviate human suffering by providing compassionate and culturally sensitive care
- Enhance the biomedical sciences through discovery and innovation, and to advance the national health care system through population science and leadership