Admitted Class of 2021

DR MOOcolornotextCongratulations on your admission to the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont

You will find UVM is a wonderful medical school with an excellent faculty, and students who are both talented and  congenial. 

We're here to help!

We're committed to helping you succeed.  If at any time you have questions, you can contact the Admissions Office at medadmissions@med.uvm.edu or by phone at 802.656.2154. 

What to do next:   

  • Get your UVM NetID.  You will receive an email from us that includes a web site.  Go to this site and complete this form to get your UVM NetID.

  • Review your contact information.  Please keep your preferred contact information updated in the AMCAS system.  Until matriculation, this is the phone number, email address and regular mailing address that we will use to contact you.

  • Send in your enrollment deposit.  You must submit your $100 enrollment deposit within two weeks to hold your seat in the class.  This deposit is credited toward your first years tuition.  Currently, we only accept checks by mail.

  • Release information for your background check.  Your acceptance is provisional until you have completed and released the results of a criminal background check.  Please review our brochure, "About the AAMC-Facilitated Background Check Service" for more information.

  • Complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

  • Connect with our Student Financial Services Coordinator.  To schedule a meeting, review tuition costs or to get any other financial assistance, visit Financial Services.  This is a Larner College of Medicine-specific resource for financial services.

  • Get an OASIS account. Now that you have completed the first steps, you need to get an OASIS account and complete your matriculation homework.  You can find instructions to log in and complete the matriculation requirements on this link.  These are due by July 1, 2017, and may take time to complete.

Orientation 2017

Orientation is a week-long, credit-bearing course which begins on Monday, August 7, 2017, and is the start of your education at the Larner College of Medicine.  Your attendance is essential and mandatory.  You can visit the Orientation Course website for more detailed information about what to expect during this first week.

If you need to withdraw...

The deadline for those holding multiple acceptances to select one school and release all others is April 30th.   In order to receive a refund of your enrollment deposit, we must receive your request to withdraw no later than that date.  Please let us know in writing or by email at medadmissions@med.uvm.edu that you would like to decline your seat.

    Closer Look Day

We will be holding our annual Closer Look Day on Friday, April 21, 2017.  Please watch your email and this site for more details!


Connect with Us

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Facebook

You can connect with your future classmates on the Larner College of Medicine Class of 2021 Facebook Page for information about  housing, etc.  Participation is wholly voluntary.   Please use good judgment in what is posted and remember that this means  of communication should not be considered private or confidential.

Twitter

Follow the Larner College of Medicine on Twitter to find out the most recent news and activity happening daily.  Share your own tweets using #uvmmedicine 

Instagram

See what is going on at the Larner College of Medicine by following the Instagram feed.  Share your own photos using #uvmmedicine 

Wordpress  

In the student blog, Larner College of Medicine students share  their thoughts on everything--from their first-year experience, to  fourth year rotations.  If you're interested in writing for the blog, contact medcomm@med.uvm.edu

AAMC

The AAMC has put together guidelines for admitted applicants that may be helpful.  You can review them here.

Office of Medical Student Education

The OMSE has helpful information for matriculated students.  Check the Weekly Wire and the Student Interest Groups pages.