If you have previously applied to the College of Medicine and were denied admission, you are welcome to reapply.
You will need to submit:
- A new AMCAS Application
- New Letters of Recommendation*
- A new Supplemental Application
- A new Application Fee
* If you have had added significant education or experience since your previous application, new letters of evaluation should be submitted via AMCAS.
If you applied within the last three years, with your written request, you may use your previous letters of recommendation.
For the admissions cycle of 2021-2022, with matriculation in Fall 2022, we have decided to accept MCAT scores from 4 years prior to the time of application. For this cycle, 2017 scores are the oldest we will accept. If your MCAT scores are on the older end of this timeline, it will be important to note that more recent grades and activities will be particularly paid attention to in the review process. You will want to seriously consider if a new score may be beneficial when evaluating your academic record. Additionally, you will want to make sure you address any weaknesses in your application. Although, we do recommend this to all applicants, regardless of when your MCAT was last taken.
Applicants are discouraged from reapplying unless their qualifications have significantly improved.