This blog lists the medical schools located in Connecticut and outlines some features of the state which you should consider if you are applying to a medical school in Connecticut.
Connecticut offers some of the best educational institutions in the world, along with the opportunity to study in a less densely populated state, while still allowing you to benefit from proximity to large urban centers in New England the Tri-State area of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
The Frank H. Netter School of Medicine's mission is to "educate current and future physicians to serve our community, as well as our profession. We accomplish this goal in a student-centered, collaborative environment that values compassionate care, integrity and inclusivity, academic excellence and scholarship, adaptability and social responsibility." Founded in 2010, the Frank H Netter School of Medicine receives close to 8000 applicants and accepts around 100 students into it's MD program.
Location: Hamden, CT
Founded in 1961, the University of Connecticut School of Medicine's mission is "innovation, discovery, education and service.The school trains the next generation of medical students, residents, specialty fellows, and clinical practitioners in an environment of exemplary patient care, research, and public service." Each year, roughly 3300 students compete for 110 available spots in the MD program.
Location: Farmington, CT
Yale School of Medicine's mission is "to educate and inspire scholars and future leaders who will advance the practice of medicine and the biomedical sciences."
Location: New Haven, CT