PA Studies Program Admissions Process
Applicants will submit formal applications and all supporting materials such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc., thru the Central Application Service for the Physician Assistant (CASPA) on or before the program's published deadline. No exceptions will be made for late materials. To view information on Admissions, please visit Requirements & Prerequisites.
(Please note that admission to the PA Studies Program is competitive. Meeting the Program Requirements & Prerequisites does not guarantee an interview or admission).
Program screens and reviews applications
Applications submitted through CASPA are screened and reviewed for compliance with published program Requirements & Prerequisites. Applications are reviewed by two separate reviewers who evaluate applications utilizing the program's defined Selection Factors. The Admissions Committee will select candidates for a campus interview.
Applicants selected for campus interviews are notified
Applicants advancing in the admissions process will be invited to participate in a two-day campus interview consisting of individual and group interviews and campus tours.
Admission Committee / Notifications
Applicants who complete campus interviews are ranked by Preference Points and considered by the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will select candidates based on preference points, cumulative reviewer ratings, and interview results. Candidates are notified in writing if selected for admission.
Acceptance and non-refundable deposit
To secure your seat in the class, Selected Applicants are required to respond, in writing, to the program and include a non-refundable deposit of one thousand dollars ($1000). If enrolled, this deposit is applied toward the applicant's first-semester tuition.