A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

After Houghton

Statistics

Since 1940, over 400 students from Houghton College have been accepted into medical schools (includes allopathic and osteopathic schools).

  • Between 1994 and 2008 there have been 94 total applicants from Houghton College.
  • 83% of applicants have been accepted into medical school.
    • Includes acceptances into allopathic (74%), osteopathic (18%) and foreign medical schools (8%).
  • 62% of all applicants (74% of those accepted) were accepted on their first application
  • 21% of all applicants (26% of those accepted) were accepted on reapplication
  • 67% of applicants obtained a score of 27 or higher on the MCAT
    • 86% of these have been accepted (84% on first application)
  • 56% of applicants maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.60 or higher.
    • 84% of  these were accepted (84% on first application)
  • 48% of applicants achieved both MCAT of 27 or higher and a GPA of 3.60 or higher.
    • 89% of these were accepted (88% on first application)

Medical and dental schools attended by Houghton alumni since 1990:

 Case Western Reserve University  Catholic University of Lillie, France
 Columbia - BenGurion University (Israel)  Cornell University
 Dalhousie School of Medicine (Nova Scotia, Canada)  Dartmouth Medical School
 Eastern Virginia Medical College  Johns Hopkins University
 Kansas City College of Osteopathy  Loyola University (Chicago, IL)
 MCP Hahnemann (Philadelphia, PA)  Medical College of Georgia
 NY College of Optometry  NY College of Osteopathy
 Ohio University (Osteopathy)  Penn State - Hershey
 Philadelphia College of Osteopathy  St Louis University
 SUNY @ Brooklyn  SUNY @ Buffalo
 SUNY Health Sciences Center @ Syracuse  Temple University
 Thomas Jefferson University (Philadelphia, PA)  Tufts University
 Tulane University  Robert Wood Johnson (NJ)
 Uniformed Service University (MD) University of Chicago
 University of Iowa University of Maryland
 University of Miami (FL) University of North Carolina
 University of Oklahoma University of Pennsylvania
 University of Rochester University of South Carolina
University of Vermont Vanderbilt
Wake Forest University Wright State