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How to Apply

Visit RFUCAS to complete your application. Applications must be completed by the deadline for the quarter you wish to begin the program.

Winter 2020 Classes Begin November 16, 2020 Application Opens July 31, 2020 Application Deadline October 12, 2020

Spring 2021 Classes Begin March 1, 2021 Application Opens July 31, 2020 Application Deadline January 25, 2021

Summer 2021 Classes Begin June 1, 2021 Application Opens July 31, 2020 Application Deadline April 26, 2021

Fall 2021 Classes Begin August 16, 2021 Application Opens July 31, 2020 Application Deadline July 12, 2021

  1. Create an account at RFUCAS
    • Review the application instructions (find them in the drop-down menu on the upper right on the RFUCAS home screen).
    • For general and technical assistance on how to submit your application, please contact RFUCAS at, or 617-612-2070 ext. 5004.
  2. Submit an Application & Fee
    • Early application is strongly encouraged.
    • There is a quarterly deadline for the application, allowing you to begin your program at your choice of four times during the year.
    • Submit a $75, non-refundable application fee.
  3. Submit Official Transcripts
    • Please submit transcripts from all universities and colleges attended to RFUCAS.
    • Only official transcripts will be accepted.
    • If you have studied outside the U.S., you will need to have your transcripts evaluated for U.S. equivalency using a services like or
  4. Submit Letters of Recommendation
    • One letter of recommendation is required, two preferred, from professionals and/or academicians who know you well (i.e. pre-health advisors/committees, professors or supervisors). We encourage letter writers to share their contact information. Letters must include a signature and be on official letterhead. Letters must be submitted to RFUCAS.
  5. Submit Standardized Test Scores
    • No GRE score is required.
    • Official TOEFL scores report from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required of any applicant who does not hold US citizenship or permanent residency.
    • The admissions committee will consider waiving this requirement if:
      • An applicant who has been full-time students in a United States college or university for at least two consecutive years.
      • An applicant from a country in which English is the primary language.
  6. Technical Standards
  7. Transfer Credits and Advanced Standing
    • A maximum of nine quarter hours of graduate credit that addresses the requirements outlined in the core competencies for this program may be accepted from other regionally-accredited institutions. No credit will be given for prior learning experience or through proficiency examinations.

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