Secondary Database

University of South Alabama College of Medicine Secondary

Here are the secondary prompts for the University of South Alabama College of Medicine.


2018-2019 

Out-of-State Applicants

Although our primary obligation is to residents of the State of Alabama, we do consider competitive, out-of-state applicants with strong ties to the State of Alabama.

Please write a brief essay explaining your ties to the State of Alabama.

Optional Essay – 500 words maximum

The learning community at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine benefits from the inclusion of students with broad life experiences, as well as students from diverse backgrounds. The Admissions Committee encourages you to share life experiences that you may have had and/or important factors in your background that illustrate your readiness for practicing medicine in a multicultural society.

2017 – 2018

Same as previous year (see 2015-2016).

2016 – 2017

Same as previous year.

2015 – 2016

OPTIONAL ESSAY – The learning community at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine benefits from the inclusion of students with broad life experiences, as well as students from diverse backgrounds. The Admissions Committee encourages you to share life experiences that you may have had and/or important factors in your background that illustrate your readiness for practicing medicine in a multicultural society. (500 words)

Also explain any ties to Alabama if you are an out of state applicant.

2014 – 2015

1. Though this is not an essay, it’s a question with 2 lines for response:

Although interests may change, what areas of medicine are you primarily interested in at the present time?

2. OPTIONAL ESSAY (500 words maximum; typed on a separate sheet)

The learning community at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine benefits from the inclusion of students with broad life experiences, as well as students from diverse backgrounds. The Admissions Committee encourages you to share life experiences that you may have had and/or important factors in your background that illustrate your readiness for practicing medicine in a multicultural society.

 

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