All interviews for the entering Class of 2015 have been offered and completed.
The Admissions Committee is in the process of making final decisions for those who interviewed (Accepted, Alternate List, or No Futher Consideration).
Applicants with Alabama residency who do not receive acceptance to medical school may request feedback starting May 15, 2015. Applicants may email Cathy O'Malley (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request feedback.
For the 2015 cycle, UASOM will accept scores from the October and November 2014 MCAT test dates in addition to the previous dates. Please complete you entire application and place in MCAT Hold if you are planning on taking the MCAT on one of these test dates. You will then need to email us (email@example.com) to notify our office that you are waiting on your score. Once you receive your score, please email us again so we can process your complete application.
If you submitted your AMCAS Application by the deadline (November 3, 2014), once you are verified by AMCAS, then you will receive a request to complete our Secondary Application. You will have 2 weeks from the date that we request to complete your Secondary Application. 2015 Secondary Applications requests will be sent to all verified applicants. If your AMCAS application is verified and you have not received a request from us within 2 weeks, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can look into it. Please continue to check this page frequently for updates.
We are pleased you are interested in attending the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Visit our step-by-step guide to assess your competitiveness for medical school and submit your AMCAS application.
All applicants verified by AMCAS who are U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents are invited to complete our Secondary Application. Applicants are expected to complete the Secondary Application process within two weeks of receiving the request. Should an applicant wait too late complete the Secondary Application, we cannot guarantee that all qualified applicants will have an opportunity to interview.
All applicants are encouraged to review the Guidelines for the Admissions Process, UASOM Student Code of Professional Conduct, UASOM Technical Standards and Interview Information.
2015 Interview Dates
September 25, 2014 - Early Decision
October 23, 2014
November 13, 2014
December 4, 2014
December 11, 2014
January 8, 2015
January 15, 2015
February 5, 2015
February 12, 2015
March 5, 2015
March 12, 2015
March 26, 2015
Updating Your Contact Information
All applicants must maintain updated contact information (address, phone, email) with AMCAS throughout the entire application process. Your AMCAS contact information is our only source of contact information for you. We do not maintain a separate database of contact information.
The Advanced Standing/Transfer application deadline has passed.
Any applicant who has been accepted but subsequently fails to enroll, or who has been refused admission but wishes to enter in a subsequent year, must re-apply for admission and must meet all requirements in force at the time of the new application. The Admissions Committee expects all re-applicants to have improved their credentials significantly.
Reapplicant applications will not be reviewed before January 1, 2015, however the applications must be completed by the deadlines given. This is done so that any reapplicant can send in supplemental information to add to their application (fall course grades, additional shadowing/volunteer, etc.) for the Committee to review.
Applicants interested in our Rural Medical Programs are encouraged to visit our Rural Programs webpage.
The Rural application is now open. The deadline for completing the 2016 Rural Medical Programs application will be March 22, 2015. We plan to extend invitation for interviews no later than May 1, 2015. The interview dates are scheduled for May 14, 2015 (RMP - Huntsville) and May 21, 2015 (RMSP - Tuscaloosa).
- Huntsville/Auburn Rural Medicine Program: Interviews will be located in Huntsville
- Tuscaloosa/University of Alabama Rural Medical Scholars Program: Interviews will be located in Tuscaloosa
By applying and submitting your application to a Rural Medical Program, the accepted applicant acknowledges that:
- They commit to become a primary care physician and enter practice either in a rural community or in a small town in Alabama.
- If applicable, if offered acceptance to a Rural Medical Program, they will be withdrawn from the regular M.D. program alternate list of the University of Alabama School of Medicine.