Fast Facts

Student Success

Year of Graduation2021202020192018Two-Year AverageUAMS Overall AverageNational Average
Graduation Rate95.5% (21/22)88.5% (23/26)91.3% (21/23)91.7% (22/24)91.7% (44/48) (2020-21)91.8% (87/95) (2018-21)96.5% (2018-21)
Year of Graduation2021202020192018Two-Year AverageUAMS Overall AverageNational Average
Employment Rates
12 Mos Post-Graduation
N/A100% (23/23)100% (21/21)100% (22/22)100% (44/44) (2019-20)100% (66/66) (2018-20)99.4% (2018-20)

Board Exam Data

Year of Graduation2021202020192018Two-Year AverageUAMS Overall AverageNational Average
First Attempt Pass Rate95% (19/20)78.3% (18/23)95.2% (20/21)100% (22/22)86% (37/43) (2020-21)91% (78/86) (2018-21)90.8% (2018-21)
Overall Pass Rate100% (21/21)95.7% (22/23)100% (21/21)100% (22/22)97.73% (43/44) (2020-21)98.85% (86/87) (2018-21)97.8% (2018-20)

Mean NPTE Score

Year of Graduation2021202020192018Four-Year Average
UAMS696.4654.3677.1691.9UAMS = 680
National671.5679.2669.8671.2National = 673

*NOTE: First graduating class was 2018


Current Enrollment Profile (includes all active students in the program)

Total Program Enrollment — 70

Age

  • Average — 25.4
  • Range — 22 to 40

Race/Ethnicity

  • American Indian/Alaskan Native — 1.43%
  • Asian — 7.14%
  • Black/African American — 2.86%
  • Hispanic — 7.14%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander — 0%
  • White — 80%
  • Two or More Races — 1.43%
  • Not Specified or Unknown — 0%

Gender

  • Females — 74.29%
  • Males — 25.71%

Students Receiving Financial Aid*¬†— 75.71%

Student to Faculty Ratio

  • Classroom¬†Setting — 24 students to 1 faculty
  • Laboratory Setting — 12 students to 1 faculty
  • Pre-Clinic and Clinical Setting — 2 students to 1 faculty

Applicant Statistics (for Fall 2019)

Number Admitted and Enrolled — 26

Number of Applicants ¬†— 195

Three-year Average Number of Applicants — 189

Entering GPAs

  • Average (Undergraduate) — 3.56
  • Range (Undergraduate) — 2.72 to 4.00

Entering GRE Scores

Verbal

  • Average — 150
  • Range — 139-170

Quantitative

  • Average — 150
  • Range — 143-163

*Financial Aid can refer to loans, scholarships, grants, tuition waivers, etc.

Last updated: May 2020