Does VCU screen for secondaries?
I wouldn’t worry too much – VCU does a holistic screen of their applications before sending out secondaries (it’s not an auto-send like at some schools), so it’s likely that they haven’t gotten to your application yet!
How do I submit a photo ID to VCU?
Upload your photo from your device and then select ‘Submit and Sign Out’ to submit your photo and logout. An email will be sent to your VCU email account to let you know if your VCUCard photo has been approved or rejected. If your photo was rejected, please review the guidelines above and resubmit a new photo.
Is it hard to get into VCU medical school?
However, it’s not as competitive as one of the top 10 medical schools or top 20 medical schools. For this an other good medical schools, you will need to have above average MCAT scores and a good GPA to be considered a competitive applicant. There were 6,222 applications for the 200 available seats in 2009.
Does VCU require CASPer?
All applicants applying to the MD Admissions Program, at Virginia Commonwealth University are required to complete an online assessment (CASPer), to assist with our selection process for the 2020-2021 Application Cycle.
How do I accept an offer from VCU?
To accept VCU’s offer of admission, visit the VCU Accepted Students website. Newly admitted students should attend New Student Orientation, which takes place during June, July and August.
How do I find my student ID number VCU?
Your official VCU student identification number (known as the V-number) is listed in the upper right-hand corner of your acceptance letter.
How to apply to VCU School of Medicine?
Apply to VCU School of Medicine. The VCU School of Medicine offers a variety of first professional and graduate advanced degree programs. View our video gallery and hear what our students are saying about their experience at VCU School of Medicine!
How to contact VCU School of Medicine project Acee?
Telephone and in-person appointments may be made by contacting the Student Outreach Office at 804-828-9630. Project ACEe, a program sponsored by the School of Medicine, is designed to expose disadvantaged high school students to the medical profession by providing them with workshops and mentoring opportunities.
Is the VCU School of Medicine a minority school?
See what’s happening at VCU School of Medicine. VCU School of Medicine is seeking to enroll and graduate a class representing many dimensions of diversity.
When is the zoom interview for VCU School of Medicine?
There will be a 9:00 AMinterview and a 1:00 PM interview option, with a combined 11:00 AM information session. Your Zoom log-in time will depend upon your chosen interview time. If you choose an AM time, you are expected to log onto Zoom by 8:30 AM. If you choose a PM time, you are expected to log in for the information session at 11:00 AM.