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Introduction to the Application Process for Health Profession Graduate Programs

4:00pm - 5:00pm EST November 6

Location: Dow Science Center, Dow L1

This information session is for students who will be applying to health profession graduate programs during the next application cycle that starts in spring 2021. 
This is a mandatory meeting. If you are unable to attend the meeting due to a prior commitment, please contact Dr. Dopke (ndopke@alma.edu) or Dr. Ball (ball@alma.edu).
RSVP required to ndopke@alma.edu. In the event that the demand is greater than capacity, we will schedule a second session.
 
This information session is for students who will be applying to health profession graduate programs during the next application cycle that starts in spring 2021 (students with junior and senior status who have not already applied to a health profession graduate program such as medical, PT/OT, dental, optometry, veterinary, pharmacy and physician assistant).
This is a mandatory meeting. It is your opportunity to learn of the full process required to apply to a health profession graduate program for your after Alma career. If you are unable to attend the meeting due to a prior commitment, please contact Dr. Dopke (ndopke@alma.edu) or Dr. Ball (ball@alma.edu).
RSVP required to ndopke@alma.edu since the room capacity will only allow us to have 38 students attend. In the event that the demand is greater than capacity, we will schedule a second session.



The session will include an introduction to the Pre-Health Professions Committee (PHPC) who provide committee letters for student applications to health profession graduate programs and will give you the details needed to proceed with an application as an Alma College student.
 
This is a mandatory meeting.  It is your opportunity to learn of the full process required to apply to a health profession graduate program for your after Alma career.  If you are unable to attend the meeting due to a prior commitment, please contact Dr. Dopke (ndopke@alma.edu) or Dr. Ball (ball@alma.edu).
Free and open to the public