Thank You for Your Interest in Transferring to Ross Med!


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In the meantime, you can start your application and take the next step.

What to do next...

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Attend a Webinar

Enjoy the communal atmosphere of our student-centered campus through our many clubs and organizations.

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Start Your Application

Complete Your Ross Medical School Application in 3 Easy Steps or apply using the AMCAS, AACOMAS), or TMDSAS.

Discover the Ross Med Community

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With MY RUSM, you’ll get the support you need, every step of the way as you pursue your education goals.

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Get the Inside Scoop

Connect with a Ross Med alum or current student. Get your questions answered by Rossies who have been through the program that can give you the inside scoop.

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Contact Admissions

We provide 24/7 security and emergency medical services for RUSM housing and campus areas, plus additional safety resources.

Medical School Transfer FAQs

Can I Transfer From One Medical School to Another?

Yes, it is possible to transfer medical schools. If you’re interested in transferring to Ross Med, contact the Office of Admissions at or call 1-732-509-3041 to discuss your medical school situation and begin the process.

What GPA is Needed to Transfer to Ross Med?

Undergraduate cumulative grade point average (CGPA) and your GPA in required premedical course work (PGPA) are reviewed, along with your medical school coursework. Ross Med believes in a holistic admissions process and while your GPA is considered other factors including your potential, character, and drive to become a physician will be reviewed.

Is it Easier for Transfer Students to Get Admitted?

All transfer applicants must meet Ross Med admissions requirements

Ross University School of Medicine is accredited by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP, View our accreditation and program recognition page for more information.