All students are assigned to one of eight Career Advisors through their membership in one of the four Pritzker Societies: Coggeshall Society, Huggins Society, Lewis Society, and Rowley Society. The four Pritzker Societies are named for key figures who made seminal contributions to research, clinical care, and education at the University of Chicago.
The Pritzker Societies provide a context and opportunity for gaining advice over time from a broad array of individuals, ranging from peers to faculty. Each Society contains a balanced number of students drawn from each class, breaking down barriers between classes and promoting peer-to-peer layered mentoring.
To help guide and prepare students through the process of deciding on a career specialty and applying for residency, the staff at the Pritzker School of Medicine provides students with a comprehensive career development program and residency application resources.
From advising societies to class-wide meetings on the finer points of applying to residency, from budgeting for interview day travel to resources on how to stay with alumni for free, our residency advising team walks you through each step of the residency application process.
the top three hospitals where students match are UChicago Medicine, Harvard-affiliated programs, and University of California programs
percent of our students match to one of their top three ranked programs
percent of our students report receiving good and balanced career advising during the residency process