Colleges of Rush University

Rush Medical College

Chartered in 1837, Rush Medical College has been a part of the Chicago landscape longer than any other health care institution. Since then, our educational process has evolved, but Rush’s best traditions continue: practical clinical experience, research opportunities and an unparalleled commitment to community service.

College of Nursing

U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the College of Nursing and many of its programs among the best in the nation. Our students are sought after by employers for their excellent clinical and leadership preparation and ability to focus on improving health outcomes at a systems level.  

College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences is preparing the next generation of practitioners, managers and leaders in the field of allied health. We provide a variety of high-quality health sciences programs, some of which are nationally recognized by U.S. News & World Report. Our approach focuses on superb patient care, research and service.

The Graduate College

The Graduate College promotes excellence in biomedical research through academic and mentoring programs aimed at outstanding and diverse candidates in the basic and clinical sciences. Faculty work side by side with students to formulate research questions, organize and test hypotheses, and apply research results to biomedical and clinical solutions.