Yes. If you are interested in more than one training location of the same program, you must apply to each location separately. Each program site counts as a separate application.
- What is a program?
- What does it mean when a program has multiple locations?
- Is there a limit on how many programs to which I can apply?
- What are all the different application streams in the R-1 Match?
For the 2022 R-1 Main Residency Match, program application fees will be charged for each program discipline an applicant applies to at a university (university + discipline), rather than for each program site (university + discipline + training site) as has been the case in previous years. This change means that applicants wishing to apply to multiple training sites within the same program discipline at a given university will no longer have to pay additional fees to do so, resulting in greater financial equity for applicants regardless of their chosen career path.
For more information on the 2022 R-1 fee change: