CHSU is Reviewing Med School Applications Prior to Receiving MCAT Scores

CHSU is Reviewing Med School Applications Prior to Receiving MCAT Scores

Despite MCAT testing being paused due to COVID-19, Dr. John Graneto, Dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, still encourages students interested in medical school to apply. The applications for Fall 2021 opens on Tuesday, May 5 through AACOMAS.

Our media partner GV Wire interviewed Dr. Graneto regarding how medical schools are temporarily adjusting their admission processes in this unprecedented time. They found that medical college officials are urging prospective students to submit their applications and not worry about how soon they will be able to take the MCAT test. Read the full article here.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced universities to offer instruction and handle grading differently for courses taken in early-mid 2020, and it has also forced the cancellation of certain MCAT test dates. In response, the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) has provided direction on the ways that the nation’s 36 osteopathic medical schools, including CHSU, could respond for the 2020-2021 application cycle.

Our CHSU-COM Admissions team is available to answer any questions an applicant has regarding the application process. They can be reached by emailing COMAdmissions@chsu.edu.

For more information about CHSU-COM’s admission requirements, visit osteopathic.chsu.edu/admissions.