Are you an active duty member of the military, a reservist or a veteran thinking about applying to medical school?
We want to help you get a medical education.
The transition from the military to college life can be daunting and challenging. We are committed to building a community that actively supports veterans who are beginning, returning to, or advancing their pursuit of higher education.
Prospective students should contact us for more information.
We waive the supplemental application fee for members of the military (active, veteran, reserve or National Guard).
Yes. However, anyone under contractual obligation to the military, including active-duty service members, reservists, and national guardsmen, must request permission to apply to medical school.
Contact the medical schools you are interested in attending to discuss your specific circumstances and learn more about their policies. Another helpful resource is the AMCAS (American Medical College Application Service) Applicant Guide.
Yes. The MCAT exam is offered in many countries outside of the United States. See the MCAT website for the list of countries and test centers where the exam is offered.
If you are an active-duty member of the military, a reservist, or a veteran who is thinking of applying to medical school, there are resources and financial benefits to help you get a medical education.
Interested in a service career, or want to reduce your medical school debt by working in the military?
For future and current medical school students, the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) offers two-, three- and four-year military scholarships. The HPSP covers civilian medical school tuition, pays for fees, and provides a monthly living stipend. This scholarship is offered by the Army, Navy and Air Force.
Meet with your peers for guidance and advice about medical careers in the military.