EVMS is highly competitive, and each year, the medical school receives more than 6,000 applications from which approximately 151 students are selected. The admissions process begins on June 1 and ends in August of the following year. Initial applications are received through the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS) of the Association of American Medical Colleges.The MD admissions process begins after a completed application is received from the American Medical College Application Service (AMCAS). Electronic applications and the instructions for completing the AMCAS application can be accessed through the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) website.
This application contains information about the applicant, including a personal comments section and a record of the applicant’s academic performance. In addition to academic information, the application should include other life experiences such as previous healthcare work, volunteerism and employment history.
Letters of recommendation
*If your school has a premedical advisory committee, we strongly urge you to have a letter sent by that committee. Otherwise, you may submit three individual letters, including: two letters from natural and physical sciences faculty and one letter from a non-science faculty (courses in Mathematics will be considered in the realm of a non-science letter).
*Applicants currently or previously enrolled in a graduate program must submit another letter of recommendation from their thesis or graduate advisor. (Do not duplicate letters. You should have a minimum of four separate letters, including undergraduate letters listed above, if you are required to submit a graduate letter of reference).
*You may submit additional letters other than the required minimum listed above.
*If you have just begun or are planning to begin a one-year master's degree program this fall, you are required to submit a letter from your program adviser verifying your enrollment and the program completion date. (A letter of your progress in the program will be requested at a later date.)
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Our online Employer Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You must register your organization with our office prior to accessing these services. Once your registration is reviewed, if it is approved you will receive an email which includes a link to activate your account.
If approved, depending on your access level, you will be able to use some or all of the services listed below:
- Job Posting
Post jobs targeted to Tusculum University students, alumni.
- Résumé Search
Search résumés of our students, alumni.
- Portfolio Search
Search career portfolios that have been prepared by our students, alumni.
- On-Campus Interviewing
In addition to posting on our Job Board, you may also post positions that involve on-campus interviews. An interview date will be scheduled after we review and approve your posting. You may then log in to check submissions, candidate status and schedules. On-campus interviews occur during specific times of the year. If you do not know our recruiting schedule, please contact us before posting your job.
- The Tusculum University career services office provides an annual career fair, networking events, job shadowing, and other on-campus recruiting opportunities for interested employers. Please view the announcements section of CCN. You may also view the Tusculum University Career Services website to learn more.
- If you need assistance, please contact Ms. Robin Lay, Director of Career Services, at 423.636.7447 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The career services office is typically open to answer questions most weekdays during regular office hours, excluding holidays and vacations. You may view the holiday schedule on the TU website www.tusculum.edu.