Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
PERELMAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to create the future of medicine through:
- Patient Care and Service Excellence
- Educational Pre-eminence
- New Knowledge and Innovation
- National and International Leadership
ADMISSIONS INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR 2015 AND BEYOND:
The Perelman School of Medicine will be hosting periodic information sessions for prospective students who are interested in learning more about applying to our institution. Please stay tuned to our website for dates (preregistration is preferred).
APPLICANTS APPLYING FOR 2015:
For those applicants who met the October 15 primary application deadline and the October 29 transcript deadline with AMCAS, you have until Saturday, November 15, 11:59pm EST to complete the supplemental application and submit the fee payment. There will be no exceptions or deadline extensions!
From the Senior Vice Dean of Medical Education:
Dear Prospective Student,
As the nation's first medical school and hospital, we have a long standing commitment to education, research, patient care and the community. Our commitment to education requires that we not only educate our students in the basic and clinical science of medicine to meet the health care needs of their patients but learn the best way to communicate with patients of all ages and their families. The goal of medicine today is to practice patient-centered care. We are fully committed to preparing our students to be the future leaders of the medical community.
We continue to be at the forefront of major educational innovation by providing a comprehensive integrated and flexible curriculum that can be designed to fit an individual's career goal, be it research, clinical practice, or a dual degree program. Our faculty are truly dedicated to this curriculum and continue to develop new methods of education and evaluation to improve the medical student's experience.
Our goal is to provide you the opportunity to grow both personally and professionally. You are the future of our profession, the ones who will take the lead in charting the course of medical care and discovery for the next several decades. Though you may be faced with issues that we cannot even predict at this point, it is our belief that your medical education at Penn will prepare you to meet any and all challenges.
Gail Morrison, M.D.
Senior Vice Dean of Education
Professor of Medicine
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Page Updated: 12-Nov-2014