How to Apply

The Postbaccalaureate Pre-Medical Program typically attracts students who have not completed any college-level science and who have a strong academic record. Because of the restricted availability of seats in U.S. medical schools, this program is open to U.S. citizens only.

Admission Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution
  • A minimum 3.0 overall undergraduate GPA
  • GRE, ACT, or SAT scores
  • Application essay and interview

Tuition and Fees

Comprehensive tuition for students entering the Program during 2013-2014 is $37,000.  A non-refundable Enrollment Fee of $2,000 is due upon enrollment and is credited toward the Program fee of $37,000.

This is a one-time program fee, not a per-academic year fee, and covers the ten courses typically required for entrance to the health professions. All students may take additional courses on a per-course tuition basis. All other academic services of the Postbaccalaureate Program including workshops, receptions, internship placements, advising, and application support are also covered by this program fee.

Students are also charged a Student Activities Fee.

Students may also choose to live in campus housing (limited availability) and/or purchase a campus meal plan.

For additional information, visit the Student Financial Services website.

Application Deadlines

Applications are accepted and reviewed on an ongoing basis. Early applications are encouraged, and students can usually expect to receive a decision within four weeks of completing an application. Deadlines are in place to permit admitted students to pre-register for courses in a timely fashion.

Fall or Summer Entrance:

  • March 15th – Deadline
  • April 10th - Notification

Spring Entrance:

  • October 1st – Deadline
  • November 1st - Notification

Online Application

The Spring and Summer 2015 online application will open on September 1, 2014. The application requires the following:

  1. completion of the online application form
  2. an autobiographical essay
  3. official college transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
  4. GRE, ACT, or SAT scores
  5. two letters of recommendation; at least one from an academic reference.