This page is offered as a brief description of the application process. If you have additional questions, please contact your Admissions Counselor. If you have not already done so, please visit the view requirements page for important information on the admissions process and to confirm you’re on track to complete all prerequisite courses and admission requirements for the Fall 2017 application cycle.
Applications can only be accepted from individuals who are citizens of the United States or who are permanent residents in possession of a green card. For questions regarding your eligibility to apply, please contact Kathy Ford, Director of International Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2017 Application Deadlines|
|All application materials must be received on or before the deadline. Application materials received after the deadline are considered late may not be processed.|
|Primary Application (AACOMAS) Available||May 1 – February 1|
|Secondary Application (WesternU) Deadline||Two weeks from receipt of email instructions on how to complete the on-line secondary application
(Secondary applications are accepted until the class is filled)
The first step is to submit your primary application to the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Application Service. Visit the AACOMAS website today to confirm primary application procedures and deadlines. The sooner you apply the better, as we admit students on a rolling basis.
Applicants who meet our requirements are sent an electronic link to the secondary application. Completion of the secondary application and receipt of all required documents, including MCAT scores are required prior to consideration of applications. Applications not completed within two weeks will result in delayed processing.
Transfer applications will be considered on a case-by-case-basis. Factors considered include accreditation standards for class size and availability of clinical training sites. Transfer applicants cannot be on leave of absence at the time of application. Do not begin the application process until you have contacted the transfer admissions counselor and have read the transfer requirements for details regarding your eligibility to transfer.
You may use BanWeb to check the status of your application. Log-in information will be provided at the time you are contacted to submit a secondary application. Enrollment Data Services is our on-campus centralized application processing service. It takes 5 to 7 working days for documents to post to applications. A list of frequently asked questions is provided to assist you in completing your application. We will e-mail you when your application is complete. If the Admissions Committee determines you are eligible to interview, we will contact you to schedule an appointment. We anticipate we will begin interviewing in late September. April.
We are happy to answer your questions as you navigate through the application process, so please do not hesitate to
contact us if we can help.