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Aug. 10, 2020 Update Fordham Forward, the plan to resume in-person teaching and learning on Aug. 26, is available below, along with extensive resources for students, parents, faculty, and staff. Full Details

Post-Baccalaureate / Pre-Medical / Pre-Health Information Sessions

Take the science courses you need to apply to medical, dental, PT, or PA schools.

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Attend our Upcoming Express Admission Day and We Will Waive the Application Fee!

 

Express Admission Day

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 12:00 - 7:00 PM
Virtual Express Admission Day

These are virtual events, so you will need to Video or Call in. Register for the event to be able to access the log-in information. Before the event starts, you will need to start an application, upload your transcripts, resume, and two letters of reference (if applicable Post Bacc and MSRE applications). Our admissions team will review your materials, talk to you about your goals, and then let you know if you’ve been accepted for the summer or fall term.

What happens at Express Admission Day?
You’ll meet with our admissions team and get a decision on the spot about your Fall 2020 enrollment. Our team will review your high school and college transcripts, your other supporting application materials, interview you, and let you know if you are accepted. At Express Admission Day, we’ll waive your application fee!

What Should you have ready before you log on?
The quickest way to receive an admissions decision is to complete your application before you log on. You must have copies of your high school and college transcripts in order for your application to be reviewed. While official transcripts are required by the time you start taking classes, we understand that they may be difficult to obtain at this time. We can make an admission decision based on the unofficial transcripts in this unique situation.
 

Questions? Email us at postbac@fordham.edu or call Debbie Lesperance 914-367-3021
 

Our program offers pre-med curriculum primarily in the evening, on weekends, and during the summer to prepare students for application to medical, dental or veterinary schools, nursing, physician assistant or physical therapy programs. You can also sign up to be notified about future information sessions as they are scheduled and more.