New Information (Third Year Applicants Only): We are now accepting transfer applications from students attending non-LCME accredited allopathic medical schools with Step 1 USMLE board scores above the national average.
In general, all transfers must meet the requirements stated for general admissions. Applicants can be considered for transfer into the second or third year of our curriculum only to fill vacancies that may arise with the withdrawal of previously enrolled students.
General requirements for all transfer applicants:
- Only U.S. citizens or U.S permanent residents who are currently enrolled and in good standing can be considered for transfer.
- A minimum of 100 undergraduate semester hours from an accredited American College or University must be completed including one year of biology, two years of chemistry (including organic chemistry), and one year of physics. (A lab component must accompany all courses listed above).
- Applicants must have grades of “C” or better in all required courses.
- Official copies of undergraduate and medical school transcripts are required as well as an official copy of the MCAT scores.
- Three letters of evaluation are required. One must be from the Dean of the medical school currently attended and two from members of the medical school faculty.
- Interview evaluation.
- All requirements for transfer should be completed prior to March 1 of the entering school year.
Second Year Applicants Only:
Only applicants who have completed one year in a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) can be considered for advanced standing. Transfer applicants for the second year of our curriculum must be currently enrolled in an LCME-accredited medical school.
Third Year Applicants Only:
Applicants who have completed two years in either a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or a non-LCME accredited allopathic school can be considered for advanced standing. Applicants from both LCME accredited schools and allopathic non–LCME accredited schools must have USMLE board scores above the national average.
The deadline for transfer applications is March 1.