Accepted Applicants

Admissions Protocol by Date 

Download a copy of our Admissions Protocol by Date Presentation here

Academic Year 2023-2024

Admissions Dates

Acceptance Deposit

Confirm your place in the entering class within two weeks of the date of your conditional acceptance and paying your $100 advanced enrollment deposit as instructed in your conditional acceptance email.

*Unexplained noncompliance with any of these task deadlines may result in a rescinded offer 

and a withdrawal for future consideration by the College of Human Medicine


Feb 24th Calendar Plan to Enroll

Plan to Enroll on AMCAS becomes avaliable to accepted students on February 20th, 2024.

  • You may select one school for which you plan or intend to enroll
  • You may hold more than one acceptance when you select Plan to Enroll
  • Please withdraw from any schools for which you do not plan on attending-- as soon as possible 
The College of Human Medicine Policy:  College of Human Medicine will not knowingly offer seats to a waitlist candidate if they have selected COMMIT TO ENROLL at another US or Canadian accredited allopathic medical school.

Throughout this entire process, students need to communicate directly with all schools regarding their decisions. Please note that College of Human Medicine Admissions Protocol deadlines may differ from those of other schools.

College of Human Medicine follows the AAMC application and acceptance protocols for medical schools. All prospective MD and MD/PhD students are advised to review the AAMC guidelines for applicants as directed on the day of their interview.

Questions: Call College of Human Medicine Office of Admissions at 517-353-9620 or via email.

 


April 16th calendar Certificate Programs 

Certificate Program placements are announced to admitted students between
April 1st and 16th, 2024

April 15th Calendar Scholarship Announcements 

Scholarships from the College of Human Medicine are announced to awarded students from
Janurary 8th to April 15th, 2024 

April 16th calendar Campus Placements 

Matriculated Campus Placement

All College of Human Medicine students receive their first two years of education at either the main MSU campus in East Lansing or the Grand Rapids campus. Half of the College of Human Medicine entering class is placed at the East Lansing campus and half is placed at the Grand Rapids campus.

The Office of Admissions makes all placement decisions. Preclinical campus placement information will typically be sent out in April.

Campus placements will be announced to all matriculating students between
April 1st and 16th, 2024 

 

  • Additional Admissions Information¬†

    MSU Personal Identification and Access Numbers (PID/PAN)

    Your MSU Personal ID Number (PID) and Personal Access Number (PAN) allow you to activate your MSU NetID and MSU email account. Visit NetID.msu.edu for instructions on how to activate your account.

    How to retrieve your PID and PAN: Once your PID and PAN have been assigned by the University, you will receive an email from the central Office of Admissions.  If you were assigned a PID and PAN as a previous Michigan State University student, you will have the same PID and PAN. The MSU Admissions Office will admit you to College of Human Medicine with the same PID and PAN.

    It is very important that you protect your PAN and not share it with others, much as you would not share the PIN of your ATM card. It is recommended that you memorize your PAN or keep a record of it in a safe place, as you will need to refer to it in the future.

    Dean's Certification Form

    All College of Human Medicine entering students must provide an institutional action certification form from every college and university attended (those listed on AMCAS with the exception of those attended outside of the US or Canada).  You will find the certification form under the Accept Offer tab in the College of Human Medicine Applicant Portal.

    Request To Defer Entry

    The Committee on Admissions wants to ensure that all incoming students are ready to focus on their medical training. We recognize that for a variety of reasons, some accepted applicants will wish to defer their entry into medical school. Personal concerns, completion of a graduate degree, research project, service or mission commitment, or establishing Michigan residency are just a few examples of requests to defer which have been granted.

    If you wish to defer your entry into the College of Human Medicine, please submit your request by email to the Office of Admissions as quickly as possible after receiving your notification of acceptance to the College of Human Medicine.

    Withdrawal of Acceptance/Deposit Refund

    Should you decide not to attend the College of Human Medicine, your $100 advanced enrollment deposit will be refunded if we receive written notice of withdrawal by email or postal mail no later than the AAMC deadline of April 30th. Deposits will not be refunded to anyone withdrawing from the college after April 30th.

    Transcripts

    Please request official transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended (excluding Michigan State University). Official transcripts are required by the State of Michigan and used to verify the completion of your premedical course requirements and degree(s). Unfortunately, AMCAS does not forward the transcripts you submitted to them. Registrars should send your transcripts to:

    College of Human Medicine Office of Admissions
    Michigan State University
    Clinical Center
    804 Service Road, Room A112
    East Lansing, MI 48824-1317

    If you have completed all your academic course work, you may have your transcripts sent now. If you have additional course work to complete to fulfill your degree requirements or premedical requirements, please request that transcripts be sent to the College of Human Medicine at the time your degree is confirmed or your premedical requirements are fulfilled.

    The College of Human Medicine values your undergraduate experience. Completion of all premedical requirements and a baccalaureate degree is required prior to matriculation. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by email or at 517.353.9620.