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  1. Hi aw4381, In the three year program, for year one our classes are Mondays and Wednesdays. During the summer, one of those days is an online class. The second year is Tuesdays and Thursdays on campus (and more hardcore as far as time commitment). Year 3 is full time clinical rotations. I work three days a week right now (I'm a 3-1) and it is absolutely doable. But there is no real flexibility as far as classes. So that will be your schedule. It will be possible to work during the first two years, but not during the third year. hth- ~AA
  2. I was accepted off of the alternate list today! I am so excited! (Three year program) To anyone else who was waitlisted: there still may be some hope. Good luck to everyone!
  3. Hi everyone! I got a call for an interview today too! It is scheduled for this coming Monday 3/21. I was told they are filling half hour slots from 10:00am to 3:30pm. I am both excited and petrified -- not many days to prepare! Good luck to all!
  4. Hello clumsden392! I went to the last UDM program presentation meeting, and was told by a PA faculty member who is also on the admissions committee that they will be sending out invitations for interviews during the first two weeks in March, with final admission decisions being sent out on April 15. Also, we were told that out of more than 1300 applications to UDM this cycle, only 250 were considered "complete" in order to be reviewed. Of those, they will offer 80 interviews. Right now there are a total of 40 seats open for the class of 2018, BUT 10-11 of those will be automatically filled by UDM undergrad pre-PA students who made the GPA cutoff. So basically 1300 --> 250 applicants for 29 or 30 available spots, with acceptances going out to less than half of those interviewed: very competitive numbers! Also, the faculty member told us that UDM will be DOUBLING its program size starting with the class of 2019. They are in the process of getting approval for adding on to their structure with new facilities. So it will be decidedly less competitive to get in starting next year. That doesn't help the 2018 hopefuls though-- so best of luck to all of us! I was very impressed with the program compared to others after this presentation and my conversation with the instructor. Hope this helps!
  5. Submitted: September 1 Marked Complete: September 23 (Professional Transcript Entry: Major regret. Not recommended.) Verified: October 2
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