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Touro College and University System
Established under Jewish auspices in 1970 with 35 students, we've grown to serve a widely diverse population of over 19,000 students across 30 schools in four countries, and become a leader in healthcare education. With a focus to strengthen the Jewish heritage and serve the broader global community, we are uniquely attuned to the importance of a superior education that meets the needs of students from all backgrounds.
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Touro has a global network of over 95,000 alumni.
83% of Touro College undergraduate students receive financial aid.
Touro College & University System offers 153 graduate and professional degree, and certificate, programs.
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Center for Disaster Medicine at New York Medical College Receives Certification from the National Association Of Emergency Medical Technicians
Recognition will allow for an increased program offering
New York Medical College
Touro College and University System Teams up with the Smithsonian Science Education Center to Transform the Teaching and Learning of Science
Conference series launched to teach educators about next generation science innovations and further engage NYC students
Graduate School of Education
Veteran Spotlight: Nicholas Hoffmann
Nicholas Hoffmann is Assistant Director of Educational Media at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM) in Middletown
Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine