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Download the St. Matthew's University School of Medicine Student Consumer Information Document for disclosures on the following:

  • Privacy of Student Records – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • Student Diversity
  • Cost of Attendance
  • Refund / Withdrawal Policies
  • United States Department of Education Return to Title IV (R2T4) Regulations
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress Regulations
  • Transfer of Credit Policies
  • Accreditation, Approval and Licensure of Institution and Program
  • Honor Code
  • Student Activities
  • Residency Placement Services
  • Military Leave
  • Student Financial Assistance
  • Health and Safety
  • Voter Registration

Additional information from the U.S. Department of Education can be found here.

State Hospital Name Specialty
NY Institute for Family Health Family Medicine
MA Bay State / University of Mass. Radiology
PA Sacred Heart Hospital/Temple University Family Medicine
IL University of Illinois / St Francis Medical Center Internal Medicine
GA Medical Center of Central Georgia/Mercer University School of Medicine Pediatrics
GA Coliseum Medical Centers Internal Medicine
LA LSUHSC-Shreveport Family Medicine
FL FAU-Schmidt College of Medicine Internal Medicine
FL Jackson Memorial Hospital Surgery-Preliminary
AL Baptist Outreach Services Family Medicine
PA Mercy Catholic Medical Center Internal Medicine
NY Brooklyn Hospital Center Family Medicine
MO Barnes-Jewish Hospital Neurology
MI St. Mary Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine
AR UAMS Regional Centers Family Medicine
OH TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital Internal Medicine
FL Broward Health Medical Center Pediatrics
FL Florida Hospital Family Medicine
MI Wayne State University School of Medicine Internal Medicine
IL Mt. Sinai Hospital Family Medicine
FL UCF College of Medicine-Hospital Corporation of America Internal Medicine
PA UPMC Mercy Hospital Internal Medicine
NY University at Buffalo School of Medicine Family Medicine
AZ Maricopa Medical Center Internal Medicine
FL Memorial Healthcare System Internal Medicine
FL Memorial Healthcare System Internal Medicine
NY UHS-Wilson Medical Center Family Medicine
FL Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education Internal Medicine
NJ CMSRU/Cooper University Hospital Psychiatry
NY NYU Winthrop Hospital Internal Medicine
NY SUNY HSC Brooklyn Family Medicine
MI Authority Health Graduate Medical Education Internal Medicine
LA University Hospitals & Clinics Internal Medicine
Financial Aid for Canadian Students

Canadian students are eligible for Federal Loans through the Ministry of Education Student Support Branch in the province of residence. (For example, Ontario residents are eligible for OSAP loan.) Students may apply for up to 52 weeks of financial assistance annually. Canadian students should contact their individual province directly for information regarding additional requirements. St. Matthew’s University school code is: NUBQ.

Additional information may be available from the provincial and territorial student financial assistance offices:

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  2. British Columbia (
  3. Manitoba (
  4. New Brunswick (
  5. Newfoundland Labrador (
  6. Northwest Territories (
  7. Nova Scotia (
  8. Ontario (
  9. Prince Edward Island (
  10. Saskatchewan (

To apply for a credit based loan from Royal Bank of Canada or the National Bank of Canada, Canadian students accepted to St. Matthew's University may go to any bank branch office with their acceptance letter.

Royal Bank of Canada Branch Locator

National Bank of Canada Branch Locator

Office of Financial Aid

Email address for US : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel: 1.800.498.9700
Fax: 1.800.856.9499

Mailing Address: Office of Financial Aid
St. Matthew's University, School of Medicine
c/o R3 Education, Inc.
27 Jackson Road, Suite 300
Devens, MA 01434

An integral part of the SMU curriculum is our "Research Module". Its purpose is to further develop students’ abilities to evaluate and assimilate scientific evidence and to reinforce the skills required to critically appraise the ever-changing body of medical knowledge.

Consistent with the university’s goals and objectives, these skills are essential to modern practicing physicians who will have to continuously improve their medical knowledge and clinical skills over the course of their career.

In addition, SMU students find that gaining formal research skills during their medical school studies helps distinguish them from other applicants when they enter the residency match program. During the research module, students are expected to apply the knowledge and understanding from their Basic Sciences courses to analyze a current and complex medical care question, using evidence from published medical literature. As part of this module, students are required to develop a hypothesis based on the research questions, critically analyze the literature, and write a paper that is evaluated by faculty.

While working independently, students interact on a regular basis with a faculty research mentor who provides oversight throughout the project, including selection of an appropriate topic, identification of relevant literature, formulating conclusions, and the preparation of a final document.