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Linkage Programs

Undergraduate Linkage Programs

Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Humanities and Medicine
The Humanities and Medicine Program provides a path to medical school that offers maximum flexibility in the undergraduate years for students to explore their interests in humanities and social sciences at top liberal arts colleges and research universities. The program assures highly motivated undergraduates admission to Mount Sinai upon successful completion of program requirements and graduation from their undergraduate program. MCAT's are neither required nor permitted to be taken.

Who should apply: First semester sophomores with first year GPA’s over 3.74 and very high SAT scores.

For more information, visit Mt. Sinai Humanities and Medicine Program.

Rochester Early Assurance Program
Aim of the Program
: To offer an early assurance program (EAP) (conditional acceptance) to the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry to a select number of highly qualified applicants from your college. The EAP is not an accelerated program. Rather, it is a competitive program offered to sophomore students from a select group of colleges who are clearly interested in and committed to careers in medicine, mature, and who wish to make the most of their undergraduate experience without the pressures associated with taking the MCAT exam or applying to multiple schools during their final year in college.  

Scope of the Program: By its very nature, the EAP is designed to free up time in the remainder of your undergraduate experience in the hope that accepted applicants will use this time to broaden their educational horizons, feel free to participate in semester abroad programs offered by your institution, and focus on your education unencumbered by the normal application process to medical school, including MCAT preparation, the AMCAS application process, and the time and expense associated with multiple medical school interviews during your senior academic year. Rochester seeks students who will benefit from our unique academic environment and enrich our class through the diversity of their educational and experiential backgrounds. 

Moreover, any applicant who is conditionally accepted into the EAP may, by notifying us before May 15th of the year they would normally matriculate at Rochester, request a deferment for one or more years if there is a compelling reason. For example, you may wish to complete or continue an ongoing research project, pursue an advanced degree, or you may wish to participate in an AmeriCorps, Teach for America or Peace Corps program. Finally, accepted students also will be afforded the option of coming to the University of Rochester Medical Center campus to do research for a six-week period during the summer between their junior and senior undergraduate years. As part of this optional program, you also may participate in an overview course of human anatomy and physiology taught by our medical school faculty. 

For more information, please contact the Pre-Health Professions Office.

 

Post-Baccalaureate Linkage Programs 

In order to apply to the Cornell and Stony Brook linkage programs you must be nominated by the Pre-Health Professions Office.

Stony Brook Linkage

The Stony Brook linkage program allows a student to avoid a lag year. A nominated student takes the MCAT and fills out the AMCAS application in May. Once MCAT scores are in qualifying students will be called for interviews. If accepted students will begin medical school at Stony Brook that summer. Students who are accepted to do not have to pay the AMCAS or Stony Brook application fees.

Only students with high GPAs and significant research and/or leadership experience will be considered for nomination. More details regarding this linkage program will be provided during the spring semester. Information regarding nomination for the Cornell and Stony Brook Linkage Programs will go out via the Pre-Health Listserv and the Post-Baccalaureate Blackboard page sometime in the fall or early spring semester. You do not need to e-mail the office for more information.

Weill Cornell Linkage

Only students with high GPAs and significant research and/or leadership experience will be considered for nomination. More details regarding this linkage program will be provided during the spring semester. Information regarding nomination for the Cornell and Stony Brook Linkage Programs will go out via the Pre-Health Listserv and the Post-Baccalaureate Blackboard page sometime in the fall or early spring semester. You do not need to e-mail the office for more information.

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