Rush University is a private health sciences institution based in the Illinois Medical District near Chicago’s Loop. We offer more than 40 degree and certificate programs across medicine, nursing, allied health and biomedical research; more than 60 postgraduate training programs for medical residents and fellows; and continuing education options.
The University is located on the campus of Rush University Medical Center, a nationally ranked academic medical center specializing in leading-edge patient care and research.
Founded in 1972, Rush University educates more than 2,500 students both on campus and online, representing 18 countries. And we continue to expand to meet their learning needs.
In addition, we train more than 670 medical residents and fellows. And we have an alumni network that includes more than 26,000 people around the world.
At Rush University, you’ll enjoy small class sizes and hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art medical center led by faculty who are accomplished practitioners and researchers. You’ll feel supported in a learning community that connects disciplines and promotes diversity.
Rush University students, residents and fellows, and faculty have opportunities to bring their skills to communities in need, in Chicago and abroad, through service projects and health clinics.