Program-specific selection criteria:
- Blaze to MD Program
- Dual Degrees
- Medical Scientist Training Program
- Primary Care Track
- Rural Medicine Programs
MD Program Selection Criteria
The Admissions Committee conducts holistic application reviews that give equitable and balanced consideration to applicants' academic and nonacademic attributes. These reviews are broad-based and address factors the committee considers essential for achieving the various missions of our school. These factors are used by the committee in each step of evaluating an applicant and provide the framework for the content of the admission interviews.
In addition to our preparedness worksheet, we invite you to check out the AAMC's Anatomy of an Applicant.This guide includes competency resources as well as a self-assessment for medical school applicants, prepared by the AAMC.
Download the Preparedness Worksheet
To receive an invitation to complete the secondary application, applicants must meet all minimum requirements under the MCAT Score, Grade Point Average, Citizenship, and Credit Hours sections.
Applicants should meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for a secondary application.
Applicants with a 495 total MCAT score are typically eligible to receive an invitation to complete our secondary application. Alabama residents with above average academic performance (our average GPA for entering students is typically in the 3.7-3.8 range) with a 493 or 494 total score on the MCAT may be invited to submit a secondary. The Early Decision and EMSAP programs have different MCAT criteria.
- Scores from the September2022 MCAT dates are the latest that will be considered.
- A 2020 MCAT score is the earliest score considered for the 2023 entering class.
See the MCAT website for more information.
We will use the most recent MCAT total score for consideration to receive a secondary application. The committee will consider the applicants’ scores from all MCAT tests when evaluating applicants for admission.
Grade Point Average
Alabama residents must have a 3.0 science (BCPM) GPA at the undergraduate level or a 3.0 science (BCPM) GPA after 20 or more BCPM credits at the post-baccalaureate or graduate level to receive the secondary application invitation.Since pass/fail grades are not included in the GPA, they do not count toward the 20 credit requirement at the post-baccalaureate and graduate level to receive the secondary application.
Out-of-state applicants must have a 3.3 science (BCPM) GPA at the undergraduate level or a 3.3 science (BCPM) GPA after 20 or more BCPM credits at the post baccalaureate or graduate level to receive an invitation to complete the secondary application.Since pass/fail grades are not included in the GPA, they do not count toward the 20 credit requirement at the post-baccalaureate and graduate level to receive the secondary application.
All applicants must demonstrate solid knowledge of relevant sciences and the ability to manage a rigorous academic curriculum. You must also have received a "C" or better in all required courses. The GPA minimum requirement does not apply to MSTP program applicants to receive a secondary application.
Applicants should report at least 90 hours of undergraduate course credit from an accredited U.S. college or university on the AMCAS application. Applicants educated at a college or university not regionally accredited in the U.S. should complete a minimum of 24 credits in biomedical sciences (biology, chemistry, physics, and/or math) at a U.S. accredited institution and submit a course-by-course evaluation from a NACES.org evaluation service for education completed outside the U.S.
All requirements to complete current degree programsmustbe completed by July 1 before matriculation.All college majors are considered equally; however, you should consider how your major prepares you for the rigorous science coursework of medical school and how your major will be useful if not accepted to medical school.
While we prefer letter grades to better show preparation for medical school, we understand that the pandemic impacted instruction in 2020 and 2021. We will accept pass or satisfactory grades during semesters when courses were moved from in-person to virtual due to the pandemic.
Required Undergraduate Courses
For required courses, we expect to see the majority of these classes completed prior to submission of the AMCAS; however, we understand that many applicants may have one or two of these courses scheduled during their senior year after the AMCAS application has been submitted. Students offered acceptance are required to submit proof of successful completion of required coursework.
- Online and community college courses are accepted unless otherwise noted.
- Students must receive a "C" or better in required courses.
General Biology (with lab)
8 semester hours
- Applicants awarded AP or CLEP credit for biology are expected to complete 8 hours of additional advanced biology coursework.
- Laboratory courses should be completed in-person; however, online labs will be accepted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
3 semester hours
- Any sequence of chemistry courses that includes Biochemistry will satisfy the chemistry requirement.
General Physics (with lab)
8 semester hours
- We accept AP or CLEP credit for physics.
Biostatistics/Statistics or College Mathematics
3 semester hours of biostatistics or 6 semester hours of college math
- A 3 hour college course in biostatistics or statistics is expected.
- Applicants with 6 hours of college level math coursework other than biostatistics/statistics will also meet the requirements.
- Applicants awarded AP or CLEP credit for statistics or college mathematics are expected to complete a college level biostatistics course to meet the requirement.
6 semester hours
- Complete at least 6 semester hours of college level English, writing composition, or writing intensive coursework.
- AP and CLEP credit in English are accepted.
Behavioral and Social Sciences
3 semester hours
- Any behavioral or social science coursework that addresses the biological, psychological, and/or sociocultural factors that influence perceptions, behaviors, interactions and well-being will be accepted.
- AP and CLEP credit in Social Sciences are accepted.
Regarding AP and CLEP credit:For AP or CLEP credit to meet a minimum requirement, college hour or unit credit for a course must appear on your transcript.
Regarding Online Coursework: We accept online coursework for all prerequisite lecture-based courses. While we normally expect students to take their labs in person, we will make an exception for labs that were transitioned to an online format due to COVID-19.
Citizenship and State Residency
Only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are considered for admission.
While we admit applicants from all over the United States, we have a strong preference for legal residents of Alabama. Resident tuition status is determined by the university, with regard to Alabama law, and the policies of the Board of Trustees of the University of Alabama System. For more information on residency, please visit the UAB Resources page for In-State Residency.
AAMC PREviewTM professional readiness exam
About the PREview (formerly known as the AAMC Situational Judgment Test)
To further enhance our holistic review process during the 2023 application cycle, we are highly recommending applicants to complete the Association of American Medical Colleges Professional Readiness Exam (AAMC PREviewTM), to assess the pre-professional competencies that our admissions committee believes are essential for success at our medical school and will be increasingly important in meeting the needs of patients and improving the health of all people.
The AAMC PREview exam is an opportunity for applicants to showcase personal and professional characteristics—beyond classroom learning—that will make them a great fit for the UAB Heersink School of Medicine. Since applicants are not required to take the AAMC PREview exam, your application will be considered complete if you do not have an AAMC PREview score. While the admissions committee may see that you did not take the AAMC PREview exam, they will be instructed to disregard missing AAMC PREview scores.
PREviewTM and Admissions Decisions
In the 2023 application cycle, UAB Heersink School of Medicine will not use AAMC PREview scores to eliminate applicants from further consideration. The scores will only be used in a holistic review process to evaluate how an applicant might contribute to the learning environment and profession of medicine.
For applicants who have been invited to complete a secondary application, we still highly encourage to take the AAMC PREview exam if you have not already done so. Doing so will give you an opportunity to display your knowledge of effective and ineffective behaviors across eight core competencies for entering medical students, which include Service Orientation, Social Skills, Cultural Competence, Teamwork, Ethical Responsibility to Self and Others, Reliability and Dependability, Resilience and Adaptability, and Capacity for Improvement.
The AAMC PREview exam will be available June – September 2022. For the 2023 application cycle, the AAMC PREview exam will be administered online using remote proctoring. There will be a $100 fee for examinees to take the AAMC PREview exam and release their AAMC PREview scores to all schools they apply to. Students who qualify for the Fee Assistance Program will receive a full fee waiver (no cost). Free preparation materials, including a full-length practice exam, are available through the AAMC.
Information about the AAMC PREview exam, including preparation materials, test registration, requests for accommodations, and important dates and deadlines is available here.
We encourage 2023 applicants to register for the PREview as soon as possible. We will invite applicants to complete a secondary application and screen applications without receipt of the PREview score; however, we encourage you to have at least registered for the PREview prior to considering you for an invitation to interview.
Personal Attributes and Experiences
Desirable personal attributes
Honesty, integrity, emotionalmaturity, empathy/compassion, industry/motivation, personal warmth and resilience, as well as a sense of purpose and a healthy sense of humor.
Communication skills & personal interview
- Overall ability to communicate effectively and specific ability to convey a realistic and meaningful account of one’s interest in medicine
- Understand the importance of skillful listening
- Ability to engage in effective conversation
Service and volunteer activities
Evidence of a demonstrated concern for others through a pattern of ongoing, face-to-face, hands-on service.
Medically related experience and shadowing
Medical exposure is an essential part of being considered competitive for admission. Through experiences in a medical setting, you will begin to:
- Develop an understanding of what happens when doctors and patients interact
- Develop insight into the patient’s experience in the patient‐physician relationship
- Better understand what becoming a physician would mean to you
Opportunity to develop fundamentals of scientific inquiry important for evidence-based medicine.
Extracurricular activities and campus involvement/Work experience
- How have you invested your time in extracurricular activities and work experience?
Teamwork & Leadership roles
- Experience collaborating with others toward a common goal. Ability to hold self and others accountable.
Contribution to a diverse and creative class
A diverse mix of students in each class is essential to providing educational opportunities for understanding the depth and breadth of human experiences and values.
Potential to meet unmet medical service needs
Demonstrated interest and experience working with underserved populations.
Regarding in-person activities during COVID-19:We understand that the pandemic has made it difficult to engage in many in-person activities. Your experiences might look different from what you were planning before the pandemic. We would like to see a continued commitment to service as well as exploration of medicine. Telehealth or virtual opportunities are becoming more and more available. We encourage you to reach out to contacts you secured for pre-COVID-19 activities and see what opportunities might be available in these formats. Your pre-health advisor may have additional suggestions.
Please see the UAB Heersink School of Medicine's Technical Standards Policy for more information on the abilities and skills required for MD degree candidates.
The UAB Heersink School of Medicine welcomes and embraces diversity, including people with disabilities. As such, the school of medicine will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability. Please contact the UAB Office of Disability Support Services for more information or to make an accommodation request.
Applying to between 20 to 30 schools is advisable, depending on the factors guiding your application. We advise students to apply to many medical schools if they are re-applicants or if they are concerned about the strength of their applications including a lower gpa and mcat scores.
On the absolute low end, you should apply to 15 schools. On the high end, we recommend you don't exceed 40 schools. However, it's not merely the size of your medical school list that matters, but also the specific programs.
Med School Acceptance Rates
In 2018–2019, 21,622 applicants were accepted to allopathic (MD) medical schools out of the 52,777 who applied, for an overall acceptance rate of 41%. You can find acceptance rates for particular schools you are considering in our medical school profiles .
Why is it so hard to get into medical school? While the overall matriculation rate to U.S. medical schools is at an all-time low, it may simply be due to a larger number of applications from less-qualified students. Therefore, it's important to know the stats with which applicants apply today relative to years past.
The UAB Heersink School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation's very best academic medical centers for research, education, and clinical care.
Medical School applicants are required to apply through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS).. Our Admissions Office uses a holistic process to review applications for admission, giving balanced consideration to a students' experiences, attributes and academic preparation.. All letters of recommendation must be submitted through the AMCAS Letters Service by using AMCAS Letter Writer Application, Interfolio, mail and/or VirtualEvals.. Only letters submitted through this service will be included in your application for review by our admissions committee.. A committee letter may or may not include additional letters written in support of your application.. If you have committee letters from two different programs/schools, list one as your committee letter and include the other as an individual letter.. Once your initial application has been processed, you will be contacted and asked to submit the secondary application.. Below are the secondary essay prompts, provided so you can get started on them prior to receiving the secondary application.. Please share any information you want us to know about you that is not included in your AMCAS application or in this secondary application.. For the 2023 Admissions cycle, we will offer virtual interviews.. Once the UAB Heersink School of Medicine Admissions Committee makes a final decision, each applicant will be informed of acceptance electronically.. Only applicants with solid academic records are considered Common reasons to consider a deferred admission include opportunities for year-long research, educational, or service experiences To be considered, you must submit a written request to the Committee that includes a description of the plans for the year The Committee may request additional details about the opportunity. You will need to withdraw acceptances from all but one medical school by April 30.. This deadline is 21 days prior to orientation to allow anyone who might receive a new offer of admission time to prepare to start medical school.
The UAB Heersink School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation's very best academic medical centers for research, education, and clinical care.
Advanced Standing/Transfer Application Description of the compelling reason for transferring to the University of Alabama Heersink School of Medicine Official Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended Two letters of recommendation from professional school faculty who have taught the applicant in basic sciences or supervised the applicant in clinics A Dean’s letter from the applicant’s current medical school which must: State the eligibility of the individual for promotion to the next academic year at the student’s current school Address the academic and non-academic qualification of the individual for the eventual practice of medicine Include specific comments on any infractions of the school's code of ethical and behavioral conduct. Applicants applying to the MSTP for advanced standing/transfer must meet the same criteria for consideration for advanced standing/transfer for the Heersink School of Medicine listed in the previous section as well as those for the MSTP/Graduate School To initiate an application for Advanced Standing/Transfer, qualified applicants must request an application for Advanced Standing/Transfer from the Medical School Admissions Office.. Applications are only accepted from January through March 1 each academic year Completed applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Office and the MSTP Office.. Completed applications must include the following information: Official Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended Two letters of recommendation from your professional school faculty who have taught you in the basic sciences or supervised you in the clinics An official letter of evaluation from the Dean/Associate Dean for Student Affairs or other appropriate official of the applicant's current school which must: State the eligibility of the individual for promotion to the next academic year at the student’s current school.. An official copy of the applicant’s USMLE score A passing score on USMLE Step I is required for acceptance and matriculation to the University of Alabama at Birmingham Heersink School of Medicine Evidence of a passing score and matriculation are required in order to begin any academic activities/clerkships. The Medical School Admissions Office and MSTP both must agree to offer the applicant interviews in order for the applicant to be given further consideration.. In order for an applicant to be accepted the applicant must be acceptable to both the Heersink School of Medicine Admissions Selection Committee and the MSTP.. Applicants complete the Heersink School of Medicine Advanced Standing Application in addition to the ADEA PASS Central Application Service.. In addition, applicants must submit the following additional supplemental materials (If official documents were submitted to the UAB School of Dentistry, we will accept copies from their records): An official transcript from all colleges and universities attended An official copy of Dental Board Exam Scores A $100.00 application fee
Tuskegee University College of Arts and Sciences, MOUs
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) LECOM School of Dental Medicine LECOM School of Pharmacy Harrison School of Pharmacy Ross University School of Medicine University of South Alabama College of Medicine Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM). LECOM School of Dental Medicine Early Acceptance Program (EAP) pursuant to which Tuskegee University undergraduate students are enrolled simultaneously by Tuskegee University and by LECOM as participants in EAP.. A pathway program in TU for the purpose of enabling TU students to complete the MD degree at RUSM; Guaranteed admission into the MD degree program at RUSM for interested TU post baccalaureate students who meet the following criteria: Completed RUSM Application Fulfill RUSM prerequisite courses Completed Bachelor degree or higher Completed MCAT with a score of at least 492 Have an undergraduate overall GPA of >3.2, prerequisite GPA of >3.0 Successful interview with RUSM Acceptable reference indicating exemplary record of conduct. Preferential admission into the MD degree program at RUSM for interested TU Bachelor and/or Master’s degree students who meet the following criteria: Completed RUSM Application Fulfill RUSM prerequisite courses Completed Bachelor degree or higher Completed MCAT with a score of at least 492 Have an undergraduate overall GPA of >3.2, prerequisite GPA of >3.0 Successful interview with RUSM Acceptable reference indicating exemplary record of conduct. Complete all coursework required for admission to the Heersink School of Medicine Take and earn a minimum score of 495 on the MCAT by September of senior year Participate in community service, medical exposure, and student engagement experiences Actively participate in Burroughs Scholars activities, including: Summer programming following Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years MCAT preparation Mentoring opportunities. The SouthMed Prep Scholars Program offers a select number of talented and academically competitive college freshmen and sophomores a position in the University of South Alabama College of Medicine (USACOM) first year class following completion of their (a) undergraduate degree, (b) all prerequisites, and (c) completion of program requirements for eligible students, as listed below:. Tuskegee University’s Department of History and Political Science and its Pre-Law Program are negotiating with ABA accredited law schools within the United States that are diverse in focus, selectivity, and geographic region to provide our students with opportunities that will help facilitate admission and success in law school for scholarships, internships, and with early admission programs.. Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Law, located in Cleveland, Ohio Indiana University (IU), Maurer School of Law, located in Bloomington, Indiana Pepperdine University (Pepperdine), Caruso School of Law, located in Malibu, California University of Oklahoma (OU Law) College of Law, located in Norman, Oklahoma. The Department of History and Political Science has submitted draft Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) to Tuskegee University Senior Leadership for Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Indiana University Maurer School of Law.Discussions are ongoing regarding MOUs with Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law.. The agreement with Samford University Cumberland School of Law provides for an accelerated Bachelor’s to JD program (3+3 Program), where students complete three years of course work at Tuskegee, forego the fourth year of study at Tuskegee and instead enter law school a year earlier.. The second provides for an accelerated Bachelor’s to JD Program (3+3 Program), where students complete three years of course work at Tuskegee, forego the fourth year of study at Tuskegee and instead enter law school a year earlier.. The first proposal provides for an accelerated Bachelor’s to JD Program (3+3 Program), where students complete three years of course work at Tuskegee, forego the fourth year of study at Tuskegee and instead enter law school a year earlier.. The second proposal provides for an accelerated Bachelor’s to Master of Legal Studies Program (3+1 Program), where students complete three years of course work at Tuskegee, forego the fourth year of study at Tuskegee and instead enter the Master program.. Students participating in the Pepperdine 3+3 program will take part in the Pepperdine Prep Program and will receive: Academic Support Mentorship Opportunities Study Stipend to Pay for an LSAT Prep Course* *Students who take part in Pepperdine Prep are required to apply and accept any offer of admission from Pepperdine or reimburse the cost of the study stipend provided.. Indiana University has provided that the law school will accept at least two applicants given that students meet the admissions requirements for the law school.
$100 million in items to rework UAB College of Medication Report $95 million Heersink lead present to advance strategic development
In grateful recognition of a transformational $95 million lead present from longtime College of Alabama at Birmingham supporter Marnix E. Heersink, M.D., the UAB College of Medication will now be named the UAB Marnix E. Heersink College of Medication.. The report present is the only largest philanthropic dedication in college historical past and can title the UAB Marnix E. Heersink College of Medication, in addition to set up and title the Marnix E. Heersink Institute of Biomedical Innovation and the Mary Heersink Institute for International Well being.. UAB Senior Vice President of Medication and Dean of the College of Medication Selwyn Vickers, M.D., FACS, says the Heersink present and others it conjures up will set the long run course of the College of Medication.. Left to proper: Selwyn M. Vickers, M.D., FACS, senior vp for Medication and dean of the Heersink College of Medication, with Marnix E. Heersink, M.D., on the Graduation Ceremony in Could 2021. The pledge additionally intends to ascertain and title a brand new, first-of-its-kind biomedical institute and an related endowed assist fund — the Marnix E. Heersink Institute of Biomedical Innovation and the Marnix E. Heersink Institute for Biomedical Innovation Endowed Help Fund — in addition to title the Marnix E. Heersink Institute for Biomedical Innovation Convention Heart.. He and his spouse, Mary Parks Heersink, have been married 43 years and have six youngsters: ophthalmologists Mila, who’s a UAB College of Medication graduate, and Sebastian, an MIT and Georgetown Medical College graduate; Bayne, a dentist who graduated from the UAB College of Dentistry, together with a two-year UAB prosthodontic fellowship; Damion, a licensed U.S. patent lawyer now coaching to change into an inside drugs doctor at Ochsner Well being System in New Orleans; and twins Christiaan and Marius — each participated within the Early Medical College Acceptance Program (EMSAP) and obtained a mixed M.D./MBA diploma from UAB and are in ophthalmology and household drugs residencies, respectively.. The Heersinks’ daughter-in-law Juanita Titrud Heersink, M.D., was Ms. UAB in 2003, graduated from the UAB College of Medication and accomplished her inside drugs residency at UAB.. Earlier items and pledges to UAB embody these to renovate the atrium within the College of Medication’s Volker Corridor and to ascertain the Heersink Household Lively Studying Useful resource Heart in Volker Corridor, the Heersink Household Endowed Glaucoma Fellowship and the Heersink Household Basis Scholarship Endowment in Optometry, amongst others.. The College of Alabama System Board of Trustees formally accepted the $95 million present at its Sept. 28 particular assembly and unanimously authorized the naming of the UAB Marnix E. Heersink College of Medication, the Marnix E. Heersink Institute of Biomedical Innovation, the Mary Heersink Institute for International Well being and different entities outlined within the present settlement.. “We’re proud that UAB has performed a major position within the lives of the Heersink household and that they selected to assist advance the College of Medication’s transformative trajectory,” stated UA System Chancellor Finis St. John.. Mary Heersink serves on the UAB College of Medication Board of Guests.. She can also be a member of the Advisory Board of the Grasp of International Well being Program, a joint initiative amongst McMaster College in Canada, Maastricht College within the Netherlands, Manipal College in India and Thomassat College in Thailand.. “The importance of this report present to the College of Medication, UAB and the College of Alabama System can’t be overstated,” Watts stated.
$100 million in gifts to transform UAB School of Medicine Record $95 million Heersink lead gift to advance strategic growth
Record $95 million Heersink lead gift to advance strategic growth and biomedical innovation. In grateful recognition of a transformational $95 million lead gift from longtime University of Alabama at Birmingham supporter Marnix E. Heersink, M.D., the UAB School of Medicine will now be named the UAB Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine.. The record gift is the single largest philanthropic commitment in university history and will name the UAB Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine, as well as establish and name the Marnix E. Heersink Institute of Biomedical Innovation and the Mary Heersink Institute for Global Health.. UAB Senior Vice President of Medicine and Dean of the School of Medicine Selwyn Vickers, M.D., FACS, says the Heersink gift and others it inspires will set the future course of the School of Medicine.. Naming the School of Medicine has been a priority of Vickers and UAB President Ray L. Watts, M.D.. “Having the Heersink name on the school is a powerful testament to its competitiveness among the very best academic medical centers in the world, which is indeed the result of our focus on the three E’s: excellence, expansive and encompassing,” Watts said.. The $95 million pledge also intends to establish and name the Mary Heersink Institute for Global Health and associated Mary Heersink Institute for Global Health Endowed Support Fund, dedicated to developing and implementing educational and mentorship programs as well as experiential opportunities for global health trainees and scholars.. The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees formally accepted the $95 million gift at its Sept. 28 special meeting and unanimously approved the naming of the UAB Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine, the Marnix E. Heersink Institute of Biomedical Innovation, the Mary Heersink Institute for Global Health and other entities outlined in the gift agreement.. Mary Heersink serves on the UAB School of Medicine Board of Visitors.. “The significance of this record gift to the School of Medicine, UAB and the University of Alabama System cannot be overstated,” Watts said.. “We look forward to celebrating the Heersinks, their generosity, and the significant advancements in research, medical education and health care we will accomplish together.”
Bringing their MMI online with Zoom, UAB medicine was buried by the challenges the platform presented. Then they switched to Kira Talent.
Sending out enrollment offers on a rolling basis — from early decisions in October all the way through the last interview day in March — UAB’s admissions team is engaging with applicants throughout most of the year.. “Historically, we would have nine Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations and one traditional 20-25 minute interview,” explained Dr. Sullivan.. Approaching the 2022 cycle, UAB’s admissions team realized that the only way to move forward was to invest in an admissions interviewing tool that could deliver the same components of their traditional interview day in a virtual format.. “With hundreds of applicants across nine different programs each moving through nine MMI stations, the data we produce from a single interviewing cycle is substantial,” shared Dr. Sullivan.. Being able to have simultaneous interviews — on a platform that could handle the capacity — was a key factor in UAB’s decision to conduct their interviews with Kira.. “By moving back to simultaneous interviewing on the Kira platform, we’ve shortened our interview day by two hours.”. Across the school’s nine different programs, Kira helped ensure that UAB Medicine was delivering a consistent interviewing experience while still allowing for personalization to suit the unique needs of each program.. “Having that level of platform customization, and also the level of highly personalized support from Kira meant we could spend less time managing the details of interviews and more time focusing on the overall admissions process.”. “With Live Interviewing in Kira, our faculty and students on all four campuses are able to engage in our interviewing process, which means that we now have actual representation of our university in our admissions process.”. “With our virtual admissions process we are no longer forcing applicants to make a decision on their schooling based on whether they can afford to travel to an interview or not,” Dr. Sullivan explained.
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