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HEy does anyone know of PUBLIC schools that accept a relatively large number of out of state residents compared to other public schools?
 

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University of Virginia, University of Micigan, University of Vermont

I think Ohio State and Penn State do as well but haven't researched them much.
 

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Ohio State does and so does Cincinatti
Good peds program at Cinci too...
 

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yeah, penn state is like 10 percent california, its not even a "state" school as it was technically founded by the hershey foundation, its just a affliate of the psu system.

one trend is that most state schools in the southeast are not friendly to out of staters
 

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SF and LA, if you have very competitive stats, of course.
 

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University of Iowa takes 30% out of staters, and so does U of Minnesota.
 

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UCLA admissions doesn't really take state of residence into account as much as how much they think you are interested in UCLA and attendance.
There are always many people admitted from out of state.
 
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Medical College of Virginia (about 30% out of state, many CA and MD residents)

Temple (about 40% out of state, lots from CA)

University of Maryland-about 15-20% out of state, also seems to like CA residents and residents of neighboring states.

Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU)- about 25-30% out-of-state, with preference given to Oregon residents and those with STRONG ties to the state, Montana and Wyoming (WICHE) residents, and West Coast people in general in that order. Those on the East Coast should only apply if they have STRONG ties to Oregon and/or can clearly demonstrate an interest in the MD/MPH program and/or working with underserved populations
 
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