Medical School at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Medical advancement isn’t just taught here, it happens here. Across three campuses and countless partner collaborations, any number of cutting-edge scientific studies are well underway, and those making the discoveries are also teaching our students about them. Whether you’re a city lover or more in-tune with laid-back living, our nationally-recognized faculty at each campus create a learning environment on the cusp of medical innovation. Early clinical experience at some of the region’s highest-quality hospitals and clinics will expose you to a vast array of patient cases, and the option for both three- and four-year degree programs, as well as a Master of Science in Anesthesia, will allow you to select the experience that works best for you. Join the multitude of MCW alumni who are using their discoveries, and their knowledge, to make a difference in our communities both locally and globally.
Our Vision & Mission
We are a distinguished leader and innovator in the education and development of the next generation of physicians, scientists, pharmacists and health professionals. We discover and translate new knowledge in the biomedical and health sciences. We provide cutting-edge, collaborative patient care of the highest quality, and we improve the health of the communities we serve.
Programs and Dual Degrees
Master of Science in Anesthesia - Anesthesiologist AssistantLearn More
Master of Science – Physician AssociateLearn More
MD/PhD Program - Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP)Learn More
MD/MS in Clinical and Translational ScienceLearn More
Academic Year Programs
Summer Enrichment Programs
Three- or Four-Year Discovery Curriculum
Located in a metropolitan area that epitomizes the best of Midwest living, MCW’s Milwaukee campus offers the widest variety of education options, including several dual degree programs. Find out if MCW-Milwaukee and the 4-year Discovery curriculum is the path for you.
Green Bay Campus
Green Bay is a family-friendly city rich in culture and recreational activities. Find out if MCW-Green Bay and the 3-year Discovery curriculum is the path for you.
Central Wisconsin Campus
Nestled in a mid-size city in the heart of Wisconsin, our Central Wisconsin campus offers year-round outdoor sports and entertainment. Find out if MCW-Central Wisconsin and the 3-year Discovery curriculum is the path for you.
Impact of Your Giving
From their first days on campus, MCW students benefit from an educational program that provides early clinical experiences and access to the laboratories of federally funded investigators. Our faculty physicians lead a Discovery Curriculum that gives students the deep understanding of human biology and patient care they need to emerge as talented, compassionate doctors ready to treat patients and families. You can be a part of their journey. Consider a gift supporting programs at our campuses in Milwaukee, Green Bay, or Central Wisconsin. Establish a scholarship fund. Or support a student research project.
Inspiring StoriesSee All Stories
Student-Led HAAPIE Initiative Educates Health Care Professionals on Cultural Intelligence, Improved Care for Diverse Populations
May 4, 2023
The Initiative raises awareness about issues including trauma and social determinants of health.
From Motherhood to Match Day: MCW Graduate Looks Forward to Next Challenge
March 30, 2023
Sadie Miller encountered a few surprises after starting medical school at MCW-Central Wisconsin.
Student Takes Distinctive Path to Help Others
March 16, 2023
Chase LaRue has never been afraid to try something new if it meant helping other people.
MCW Medical and Pharmacy Students Collaborate to Care for Uninsured Patients in Milwaukee
March 14, 2023
The Saturday Clinic for the Uninsured (SCU) is a primary care clinic offering health services at no cost to uninsured patients in Milwaukee. The clinic is run by Medical College of Wisconsin medical and pharmacy students.
Four MCW-Central Wisconsin Students Receive Scholarship Awards Through 2023 Aspirus Program
March 13, 2023
The Aspirus Health Foundation awarded four Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin medical students $450,000 in scholarships through its Aspirus Scholars Program.
MCW Student Explores Native American Heritage During Her Path in Medicine
March 9, 2023
Born into a low-resource household, Morgan Lockhart is a descendant of the Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians.
Stepping Up for Equity in Medicine, One Student at a Time
February 23, 2023
Jean Mallet and the Office of Student Inclusion and Diversity want students to reach their full potential.
MCW Student Awarded 2023 STFM Foundation Student Scholarship
February 8, 2023
Neil Dixit, medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin, has been awarded a 2023 STFM Foundation Student Scholarship.
MCW Student Creates Nonprofit That Provides Books to Help Refugees Learn English
January 13, 2023
Maie Zagloul created Books for Chance to help evacuee kids learn English and spark a love for books.
A Lifetime of Gratitude and Generosity
January 9, 2023
Bill Listwan, MD ’68, reflects on the experiences that shaped his life and the importance of philanthropy.
MCW Awarded the Platinum Level Skin Smart Campus Award by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention
December 21, 2022
This award recognizes MCW’s commitment to ensuring the well-being of the campus community by providing a safe, healthy learning and living environment on and off campus.
MCW Hosts Milwaukee Business Journal Roundtable
October 6, 2022
MCW students describe what they believe the future of healthcare means to them.
From Dreamer to Doctor: Medical Student Awarded Scholarship
September 15, 2022
MCW student with DACA status overcomes challenges to achieve the future his parents wanted for him.
Celebrating Our 10-Year Journey to Regional Medical Education
August 17, 2022
MCW's two regional campuses address physician maldistribution by training physicians in the communities where they are needed the most.
From a Dream to a Reality: MCW-Green Bay Graduates its 100th Doctor
July 25, 2022
This year’s MCW-Green Bay commencement marked the graduation of the campus’ 100th physician.
If you are a prospective medical student that has questions about how to begin your life-changing journey at MCW, a supportive family member or friend of a prospective student looking for more information or if you’re looking to make a donation to support MCW’s work in your community and throughout the state, we’re here to help!
Campus-Specific, Non-Admissions Related Inquiries
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.,
Milwaukee, WI 53226
110 Grant St., De Pere, WI 54115
1900 Westwood Drive, Suite 3100
Wausau, WI, 54401