Application and Acceptance

 

Applications

You must complete an application through CASPA and the PA program application below to be accepted into our program. CASPA will begin accepting applications in April of each year. You must complete your CASPA application by September 1 of the year prior to matriculation. All materials should be received by our program on or before October 1 of the year prior to matriculation. If your application is received after October 1, your application may not be reviewed. 

 

Application

CASPA

 

Acceptance

Acceptance into our program is very competitive. Selected applicants will be interviewed by the admissions committee/faculty. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance within two weeks of the interview date.

Applicants offered a seat in the next matriculating class are expected to acknowledge acceptance within two weeks of notification and forward a signed acceptance letter and a non-refundable acceptance deposit of $1000 (which will be applied toward tuition) to hold a seat in the class. Exceptions are considered on an individual basis. All others are placed on an alternate list unless interview deems them unqualified for potential placement in our program.
 
A new student packet will be mailed to your home for your review and completion and must be returned to the Program by the date specified in the packet. 
 
Acceptance into the BUPA Program is provisional pending:
 
  • Completion of all application requirements.
  • Completion of all outstanding prerequisite coursework.
  • Attended a personal interview (by invitation only).
  • Receipt of acceptance letter and non-refundable acceptance deposit.
  • Proof of health insurance. All students are required to maintain health insurance for the duration of the program.
  • Receipt of negative drug screen and a background check indicating no prior convictions that would result in failure to obtain medical licensure.
  • Completion of physical examination and immunizations prior to matriculation.
  • No history of dismissal from another PA, medical, or nursing program for academic or disciplinary reasons.