Print a useful information guide for Concordia's Post Bacc Premed program.
Your medical career starts here.
For your convenience, Concordia College uses PostBacCAS, a centralized application system servicing Post Baccalaureate Premedical programs nationwide. This service allows applicants to compare different programs and to use the same online application for every program of interest. You will submit your application and other required materials through PostBacCAS. Like other programs, we do request supplemental information that is unique to us.
After we screen your application, you may be invited for an online interview. This discussion will complement your application and provide depth to the selection process.
What is Needed |
Completed online application via PostBacCAS
Official college and/or university transcripts
SAT or ACT scores
Essay detailing "How have your experiences contributed to your decision to pursue a career in health care?"
Two letters of recommendation, at least one of these must be from a former professor
When to Apply |
We begin accepting applications for the 2021-22 cycle on September 14, 2020 for classes starting in June 2021. The application review process will begin in January 2021 and continue on a rolling basis or until the cohort is filled. Given the small size of the Post Bacc Premed cohort, we highly recommend applicants complete the PostBacCAS application requirements early to ensure a timely review of their application.
Notifications to students accepted in the program will be made on a rolling basis following the review process. as early as February 2021.
The Process |
Follow these steps to complete your application through PostBacCAS:
Create a PostBacCAS account profile.
Complete your application including the additional Concordia College section.
Submit your completed PostBacCAS application along with payment of $130 (first application) and, if applicable, $45 for each additional application to other programs.
Submit two letters of recommendation via PostBacCAS upload. One of your letters should be from a former professor. If your second letter is not from a former professor, we encourage you to select an employer, supervisor, advisor or volunteer coordinator etc. See the PostBacCAS Recommendation Help page for details.
Have official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions submitted directly to PostBacCAS electronically or to the address below:
PostBacCAS Transcript Processing Center
PO Box 9209
Watertown, MA 02471
Visit the PostBacCAS Transcript Help page for complete instructions.
(The PostBacCAS transcript verification process may take up to four weeks during peak periods)