Students at IU School of Medicine’s Muncie campus enjoy the same high-caliber medical education that the school offers at all statewide campuses. The Muncie location has the added benefits of small class sizes, a high level of personal attention from faculty, early clinical exposure, local opportunities for diagnostic skills practice and summer research or clinical experience. With class attendance at nearly 100%, students participate in class and lectures and seize the opportunity to ask questions, engage in dialogue, form bonds with faculty and shape their medical education experience in a collaborative learning environment.
Students at this campus also benefit from the proximity to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, one of the top 100 regional hospitals in the nation, and other reputable clinical care facilities. The clinical education portion of the IU School of Medicine MD curriculum, including third- and fourth-year clerkships and electives in Muncie, are held at these patient care facilities.