MSU EAP Application Available Tomorrow

To any students interested in applying to Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s Early Assurance Program, the application opens tomorrow, Thursday, December 15 at 8:00 AM.

The application may be found here:

It will be due Friday, February 10 at Midnight. Please note that this is earlier than the date posted by MSU CHM.

To apply, students will need to create a User Account in order to log-in to the EAP portal.

  • To create a User Account, they will need to click on the “Early Assurance Applicant” at the bottom of the log-in screen.
  • This will give them instructions on how to create a user account.
  • An AAMC ID is required to create a user account, which can be initiated by registering for the MCAT exam.
  • They will not be able to begin creating an account until the application goes live on Dec 15th

Graduating seniors are welcome to apply for EAP, with the two stipulations as follows:

  • You cannot have a current AMCAS or AACOMAS application, or have applied through AMCAS in the past.
  • You cannot have graduated when they submit their application. So –  a senior who graduated this December 2016 would NOT be eligible, but a senior graduating in May 2017 would be eligible.

MSUCHM EAP Information Session

In case you haven’t already heard, we will be holding an information session about our Early Assurance Program with Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine, Tomorrow,  November, 2, from 7-9 PM in Loutit Lecture Hall 101.

This event is geared toward students who are planning to start medical school in Fall of 2018, and are interested in working with underserved populations and communities, and/or specializing in Family Medicine, OB/GYN, Pediatrics or Internal Medicine.


MSUCOM “See The Sights”

Saturday, October 29th, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) will be hosting their annual “See The Sights.”

This event is open to prospective students and will take place from 9:00 -12:00 PM in Macomb  and 1:00 -4:00 PM in Detroit.


It will include student-led tours, faculty presentations, a tour of the Manipulative Medicine Lab and a meeting with admissions. Parking is free and there is no pre-registration required.

For more information contact:

New Pre-Requisite Model for MSU CHM


For those of you interested in applying to the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, it is helpful to know that they are implementing a New Pre-Requisite Model.

The new model starts with the 2016-2017 application cycle and offers a variety of pathway options to meet the pre-medical course requirements. It is intended to be a more flexible approach to better meet the needs of applicants.

To learn more about the rationale behind this change, as well as the new requirements, please read the latest post from “To Be… A Spartan MD.”