DO Facts and Figures
Your success in obtaining a residency position is supported by a knowledgeable staff that is directly invested in your personal and professional well-being. Eligible graduates have placed in a wide variety of positions and specialties.
|Class of 2020||131||100%|
|Class of 2019||125||100%|
|Class of 2018||125||96.9%|
|Class of 2017||129||100%|
|Class of 2016||125||100%|
Student Performance on Licensing Exams (COMLEX)
COMLEX-USA is a series of four medical board examinations, taken at multiple points during your osteopathic medical student career. All osteopathic medical schools in the United States require passage of COMLEX Level 1, Level 2-CE (computer-based exam), and Level 2-PE (performance-based exam) before graduation. Successful achievement of the final component, Level 3 (taken during residency), qualifies the candidate for licensure as an osteopathic physician in all 50 states.
There are many resources for more information on residency programs and matching. You are encouraged to review these resources and others on their path to residencies.
- American Osteopathic Association
- National Matching Services
- National Resident Matching Program
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
Supporting Your Goals
Your goals are supported at Touro Nevada. You can receive academic and personal support, get involved in clubs and organizations, and enjoy life in Southern Nevada.Life at Touro Nevada
Technology & Facilities
Touro Nevada understands that innovation in technology and our facilities are a vital component to your success. Investment into equipment, technology, classrooms are on-going and part of Touro Nevada's commitment to students.Explore Campus Facilities
Your Touro Nevada faculty are more than professors. They are leaders in their respective fields. You will also be supported by staff who are dedicated to students and the university.Your Faculty & Staff