Why XUSOM?

At Xavier University School of Medicine (XUSOM) we provide what so many gifted, talented, and hardworking students need most in pursuing their medical degrees: opportunity and affordability. Available spots at U.S. schools are more difficult to come by than ever. But at Xavier University, your potential has no bounds.

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Upcoming Events

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Dr. Elizabeth Carey Named Assistant Dean of Student Affairs At Xavier University School of Medicine

As the supply of doctors is struggling to keep up with a growing and aging population, the demand for physicians in the U.S.…

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Considering Transferring to Xavier University in Aruba? Here’s What You Need to Know

The decision to transfer to a different medical school can be a difficult one. After all, you worked hard to get to where…

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Upcoming Events

Blog

Dr. Elizabeth Carey Named Assistant Dean of Student Affairs At Xavier University School of Medicine

As the supply of doctors is struggling to keep up with a growing and aging population, the demand for physicians in the U.S.…

READ MORE

Considering Transferring to Xavier University in Aruba? Here’s What You Need to Know

The decision to transfer to a different medical school can be a difficult one. After all, you worked hard to get to where…

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Scholarships

Part of XUSOM’s mission is to make quality medical education more affordable. Currently, we are proud to offer 11 different Scholarship opportunities!…

Tuition & Loans

It seems so unjust to work so hard at school only to graduate beneath a mountain of student debt. Our affordable tuition…

Residency Placements

The first mark of a program’s success is residency placement, and Xavier University delivers. Our students regularly obtain…

XUSOM Programs

Xavier University has partner programs with international institutions that allow students to study Xavier pre-med in their home countries. Once this pre-med program is completed, if all requirements are met, students move on to the Basic Science courses in Aruba with students from around the world. Finally, students complete clinical work in the United States and Canada. These students are eligible for residencies in the United States.

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