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Attention First and Second Year Students! There will be an information session about the Creative Scholars program on March 8, 2017 3:00pm-4:00 in the LBC (Rechler Room). Representatives from the School of Liberal Arts and the School of Medicine will be on-hand to answer your questions about the program and the application process.
The Creative Premedical Scholars Program seeks students who want to major in the liberal arts at Tulane and pursue a career in medicine after graduation. Successful applicants receive guaranteed admission to Tulane's School of Medicine and are not required to take the MCAT. Relieved of the pressures that often accompany preparation for the MCAT and applying to medical school, Creative Premedical Scholars are free to invest in a course of study within the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
Students apply in the spring of their sophomore year and must meet the following criteria:
Application materials are available in the links below. All required application materials must be submitted to the Pre-Health Office (Richardson Building) by April 3.
Applications will be reviewed by the Creative Scholars Nominating Committee and top-ranked students will be invited to interview with the committee at the end of April. The Committee will notify applicants regarding their decision by mid-June. Creative Medical Scholars are expected to carry at least 15 credits per semester. They must also write an Honors thesis (Scholars not in the Honors program will write a thesis in their major department).
To schedule an appointment with a pre-health advisor to discuss the requirements for the Creative Scholars Program, click here.
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