Early Assurance Programs
Early assurance programs allow students to apply and be admitted to medical schools as sophomores or juniors. In some cases, applicants are not required to take the MCAT exam.
These programs do not accelerate the time it takes to complete an undergraduate degree; however, acceptance to such programs may enable students to pursue other areas of interest while bypassing the time commitment and pressures of the traditional medical school application process. In some cases, applicants are not required to take the MCAT exam. Students who are considering applying to one of these programs or would like more information about them should consult with Todd Rothman sometime during their sophomore year.
- Albany Medical College Early Assurance Program
- Jefferson Scholars Program at Sidney Kimmel Medical College
- Penn Access Summer Scholars (PASS) Program at the Perelman School of Medicine
- University of Rochester School of Medicine Early Assurance Program
- Boston University School of Medicine Early Medical School Selection Program
- Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Flex Med Program
- State University of New York (SUNY) Upstate Medical University Early Assurance Program
- University of Florida Medical Honors Program
- University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences MedStart Program