As the application cycle for our seniors continues to approach, more direct medical programs have announced changes. Here is what we know so far:
- All Upstate Accelerated Scholars (UAS) Programs, paired with SUNY Upstate Medical School, continue to be paused. We are monitoring this closely; as of now there is no information whether they will be accepting applications this cycle.
- Nova Southeastern University has started a new BS/MD program, in addition to their BS/DO program. Students can only apply to one direct medical program. To qualify for the BS/MD program, students must have a 35 ACT or a 1540 SAT. There are 5 spots available.
- University of Toledo’s BACC2MD Pathway has a higher GPA and SAT/ ACT requirement this year: now requiring a 3.8 GPA and 30 ACT/1410 SAT.
- Stony Brook’s Scholar for Medicine has a 10/15 priority deadline but will continue to accept applications through 1/15.
- University of Pittsburgh Guaranteed Admission Program will accept superscore for both the SAT and the ACT.
As we learn more updates for this admissions cycle, we will continue to update you.
Are you applying to BS/MD and BS/DO Programs this application cycle? With new program cancellations, direct medical acceptance is more competitive than ever. You need an expert on your team who stays updated with the constantly changing direct medical admissions process. Sign up here for a call with a Moon Prep counselor to learn how we can help you get accepted. Space is limited and many counselors are already at capacity for this cycle, so act now!