It’s official: N.J. just got a brand new medical school

New Jersey’s newest medical school officially opened its doors Wednesday and will welcome its inaugural class in July. It will consist of nearly 60 students, who were selected from more than 2,000 applications, according to the school. The plan is to eventually enroll from 125 to 150 students per class at the new medical school, university officials have said. “This is a big deal,” Gov. Phil Murphy said at Wednesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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