HOW TO APPLY
The first step of the application process is submitted through the The American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS).
Association of American Medical Colleges
2450 N. Street, NW Suite 201
Washington, DC 20037-1131
The University of Illinois at Chicago AMCAS submission deadline is November 1, 2018.
Applications to UIC College of Medicine MSTP are first reviewed by the MSTP Admissions Committee. If an interview offer is not extended to an applicant the application will be sent to UIC College of Medicine MD only for further review and consideration. Applicants to UIC College of Medicine MSTP must complete/meet all of the requirements to UIC College of Medicine. For further information on the application process please see UIC College of Medicine Admissions
The AMCAS application includes a check box for choosing MD/PhD programs. When you check the box, the AMCAS application will include 2 additional essays, which you should complete. Once your application is verified by AMCAS the UI College of Medicine Admissions Office will send you a Supplemental Application. Please complete the Supplemental Application at your earliest convenience for full consideration of your application. The latest a Supplemental Application can be received is December 1, 2018. In addition UIC College of Medicine requires all applicants to complete a CASPer exam as part of the application process.
All matters related to your medical school application are handled by UI College of Medicine Admissions, 808 South Wood Street MC-783. Chicago, Illinois 60612-7302 (telephone: 312-996-5635).
UI College of Medicine Admissions Office
University of Illinois College of Medicine Statement on Disability Accommodations:
The University of Illinois is committed to the most fundamental principles of academic freedom, equality of opportunity, and human dignity, and requires that decisions involving students and employees be based on individual merit and be free from invidious discrimination in all its forms. To that end, the University of Illinois College of Medicine (COM), through its Disability Accommodations Committee, has developed the following Rules and Procedures for providing reasonable accommodations for all qualified persons with disabilities. The COM will assure that these policies and procedures are available to all students, and will make a reasonable effort to direct students seeking accommodations to these policies as a guide to the process.
Procedures for Student Disability Accommodation Requests
Questions about the MSTP and its admissions process can be sent to Julie Mann, Director of Program Administration [email protected] or 312-996-7473