1. Who is eligible?
Applicants must be a college junior, senior, or postgraduate who has completed all prerequisite science courses with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
2. What is the start date of the program? (June 2, 2018)
Program participants will spend (6) weeks on campus typically starting the first weekend of June and will run approximately 6 weeks from start date; participants will then complete an additional (6) weeks online
3. How long will the program run?
(6) weeks on campus and (6) weeks off- 12 weeks total.
4. Is there an application process?
Yes, applicants will submit an electronic application that will require all transcripts from current and prior institutions, an essay, and 1 letter of recommendation from a science faculty member or employer for those who are not currently enrolled. All completed applications will be reviewed by faculty committee.
5. When is the application due?
All application and supplemental materials must be received by March 30.
6. Are there any additional costs?
All associated program fees are covered w/financial support, along with some travel reimbursement.
7. What support materials will be provided?
All MCAT testing materials will be provided, but students MUST provide their own laptop computer.
8. Will housing be provided?
Yes, housing will be provided.