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  1. Interviewed 09/09 and received my early acceptance email. Would be great to hear from other people who will be attending Quinnipiac class of 2020
  2. Have not seen a thread for this years application cycle. I will be submitting my application within the next week here. Applying from Minnesota!
  3. Just looking for any insight. I am currently accepted into 3 PA programs and am having a hard time choosing between programs. Below are what my options look like. I am wondering what factors I should focus my attention towards. Currently, I am leaning toward SUNY Upstate because of the graduation rate (98.4) and the attrition rate (2.2%). Next is DeSales with a grad rate of (93 to 95%) and attrition rate (6.7%). Here is the table! 1. Should I weigh the attrition rate very strongly when choosing? I will be away from my fiancé as she completes her own PA program and have a feeling
  4. Hey everyone. Just thought I would start a thread to open some communication and networking for people accepted to the Class of 2017! I'm really excited for the program to start and can't wait to meet everyone.
  5. Hi, all. So, I'm interested in applying to Quinnipiac for the September deadline this year. On the admissions website, it says "The most competitive applicants should possess at a minimum: ... A minimum of one year (2,000 hours) direct patient care experience in the U.S. health care system" I probably won't have 2,000 hours by the application deadline-- I'll probably have 1500-1700, working as a volunteer EMT, plus a GPA of 3.8. I took the admissions website to mean that a lower number of hours was a ding on the application, but would still be considered, but heard from a fellow EMT th
  6. I just sent my $500 and secured my seat for Quinnipiac University's PA Program Class of 2015! I thought I would start this thread to start to get to know anyone else who will be attending Quinnipiac this May. Congratulations to everyone who was accepted!!!!
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