Step 2: Complete the AMCAS Application.
Once AMCAS has notified Medical Student Admissions that an applicant is interested in applying to the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont; we send out an initial contact email with all the information necessary for starting the secondary application process. We do not pre-screen information from AMCAS. Please note the deadlines listed to the right.
Step 3. Complete the CASPer test
Beginning this year, the Larner College of Medicine will require all applicants to complte the Computer-Based Assessment for Sampling Personal Characteristics (CASPer) Test to assist with our selection process. Successful completion of CASPer is mandatory in order to maintain admissions eligibility.
CASPer is a 90-minute online test which assesses non-cognitive skills that we believe are important for successful students and graduates of our program. In implementing CASPer, we hop to further enhance fairness and objectivity in our selection process. For more information about CASPer, please review the FAQs here.
Step 4. Complete the UVM Larner College of Medicine secondary/supplemental application.
An application fee must be paid at the time the supplemental application
is submitted. Exceptions are made for those applications who apply for
and receive a fee waiver by the AAMC Fee Assistance Program. Contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a waiver. Application fees
for the supplemental application are non-refundable.
The deadline for receipt of the supplemental application is January 2, 2018. Please note that the Office of Admissions will be closed for winter break beginning at noon on December 22, 2017, through January 2, 2018. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that all materials are received by the deadline as extensions cannot be granted.
The following information may assist you in completing your application.
- Occasionally, the supplemental application doesn't display all courses taken. Please check off the ones you see and we will look for the rest. You can indicate relevant information in the comments section regarding courses as well.
- Frequency should be based off the time of participation during the run of the activity
- Essay questions can be any length and should include your personal background and professional interests
- The supplemental application does not currently have an automatic reply function.
We will communicate with all applicants primarily via email; therefore, it is essential you have a reliable email account that you monitor on a regular basis.
Our application process is entirely web-based so you
are able to access up-to-date information via the Online Applicant Center.
We do not have your userid or password, so ensure that you have this
when you log in. If you forget them, please follow the instructions on
the web site. We do not have this information.
Changes in your email, name or other information should be updated in AMCAS. We pull our information from AMCAS so as long as this is updated, we will have your correct information.
Updates to an application are accepted at any time and should be sent to our email at email@example.com in your preferred format. Acceptable updates include any significant developments in scholarly endeavors or
projects, or accomplishments. Please do not send
additional coursework or transcripts unless we have specifically requested such
information from you.
If you check your status and become aware of any
problems with your submission, please send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with specific details. It is your responsibility to ensure that all materials required to complete your application reach our office before the deadline. Applications which are not completed by our deadline will not be processed.
All applications will
be reviewed for consideration of an interview. The earliest
notifications regarding an interview invitation will be sent in July. Each candidate invited to interview will be notified by email.
Interviews will be held between August and February with acceptances
offered on a rolling basis through orientation.