Early Assurance Program (EAP) Application

Completing the Application

Please take a moment to read through the information below. Once an MSU Community ID has been created and you have familiarized yourself with the EAP application process, click here to fill out your application.

MSU Community ID

You must create an MSU Community ID in order to access the Early Assurance Application. Community IDs are used to provide limited access to log-in services for users not directly affiliated with MSU.

To create a new MSU Community ID:

  1. Go to Create your account here, found beneath the "Welcome to the MSU Community" box.

  2. Enter your first and last name.

  3. Enter an existing email address to use as your Community ID. This email address will be used to communicate Community ID login and change information to you. It must be an established email address that you are able to log into.

  4. Enter the two words in the white security box where indicated.

  5. Log into the email account you are using as your Community ID and find the message entitled, "MSU Community ID Account Created - Please Complete Setup." Click on the link within the email to finish creating your Community ID.

  6. Select a Security Question using the drop-down box.

  7. Supply an answer to the Security Question.

  8. Enter your password and then re-enter it.

    Your password is case-sensitive. It must be at least eight characters long and contain at least three of the four following character types:

    • one or more upper case letters

    • one or more lower case letters

    • one or more numeric characters

    • one or more special characters (such as * & % $ # @).

  9. Read MSU's Statement of Acceptable Use (SAU), as it contains important information regarding what is considered allowable usage. Then check the box to indicate "I agree to adhere to the MSU Statement of Acceptable Use."

  10. Click the Create my account button.

Early Assurance Program Application

Applicants must complete the no-cost online application by February 19, 2014, 11:59 pm EST. Transcripts and letters of evaluation are also required; your premedical advisor will include them within the program endorsement packet they send to us.

  • Please review the EAP FAQ for instructions on completing the application.

  • Three to five letters of evaluation must be submitted in support of your application. You can find detailed information on letter requirements on our Early Assurance Letters of Evaluation page.

  • All EAP applicants must take the MCAT no later than May 8, 2014.

Selection Process 

The College of Human Medicine will review all application materials and subsequently issue interview invitations to selected applicants the third week of March. Interview Day will be held on April 11, 2014 at the East Lansing Campus. Applicants invited to interview must complete a secondary application prior to Interview Day.

The decision to admit an EAP applicant to the College rests with the Committee on Admissions. Applicants who interview for the program will be notified of the Committee’s final decision in mid-June, after all MCAT scores have been received.

Applicants accepted to the program will begin an active relationship with the College during their senior year. Unsuccessful applicants may begin the regular AMCAS application process without delay.

Accepted EAP students will be able to select their preclinical campus. Students in the program may engage in research, seek a dual degree, or defer matriculation if they wish.

Since acceptance to medical school has already been secured, EAP students are able to spend their senior undergraduate year conducting research, participating in Study Abroad, or pursuing other personal or academic interests.