To Serve. To Lead. To Teach.

64%
Students who enter primary
care after graduation
20,000
Volunteer hours annually
by students & faculty
1,300
Hours donated annually by
students at our free clinic

Areas Of Study

A Touro University California education changes lives: Yours, and the people you serve. Our graduate and professional programs in health sciences, public health and education give you the skills to thrive in your chosen field. We're committed to improving lives in the communities in which we work, both here and abroad.

This Is Touro

Tips & Resources

From Badges to Micro-Credentials: a Modern…

Touro University System's micro-credentials and digital badges are a great opportunity to expand knowledge and skills.

Community

Prioritizing Health & Safety: RSV,…

The spread of COVID, flu, and RSV are diseases that can be reduced to ensure the health and safety of all members of the community.

Faculty

Drs. Catherine Cone and Nathalie Bergeron…

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant will fund the Health Careers Opportunity Program (HCOP) to help economically, and educationally underserved students overcome common barriers to a healthcare career.

Community

National Food is Medicine Day is September 14th!

Choosing a wide variety of colors in our diet can boost the body with powerful nutrients.

WHAT SETS TOURO APART?

Social Justice

Our mission is guided by a desire to improve lives—especially those from underserved communities, both here and abroad. Whether you study medicine, pharmacy, public health or education, you'll graduate with a keener understanding of the inequities that shape society and the skills to take steps toward justice.

Personal Attention

When you come to Touro, you're making a statement: You want to do your part to make the world a better place. Our faculty is committed to ensuring you succeed. When you join our collaborative community, you'll join a family intent on helping you thrive in the classroom, in the lab and in your community.

Location

Our historic campus on Mare Island in San Francisco Bay was the U.S. Navy's first permanent West Coast installation. And our presence in Vallejo, one of California's most diverse communities, means we play an integral role in the health and education of our friends and neighbors.

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