• s end LECOM an email from your University email account, indicating that you have chosen to attend Gannon. • receive a provisional letter of acceptance from LECOM. Gannon University students interested in the 4+4 program must submit an Early Acceptance Program online application no later than June 1st following their sophomore year of study at Gannon University. LECOM Entry Requirements After four years of undergraduate study, the participant is conditionally guaranteed admission to LECOM if the following requirements are satisfied. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
rades are submitted through the LECOM portal within 30 days following each semester G LECOM’s progressive GPA requirements are met Cumulative overall GPA of 3.4 or higher by time of application Cumulative science GPA of 3.2 or higher by time of application Minimum of a C in all courses required by LECOM Good standing with Gannon University LECOM Academic Index Score of 115 or higher* Minimum MCAT score of 500** Shadowing an osteopathic physician is highly recommended but not required Attendance of at least one, but preferably all, annual on-campus day events held for affiliated students at LECOM U.S. citizen or permanent resident Successful criminal background check Meet and agree to LECOM’s Health and Technical Standards Application to LECOM and preference of learning pathway submitted through the LECOM portal by November 15th of the year prior to matriculation Letters of recommendation and all supporting documentation to be submitted for review by LECOM Any additional requirements as outlined through the affiliation agreement between Gannon University and LECOM; students accepted to the program will have access to all requirements specified in the agreement through the Director of the Pre-Health
Advising Program at Gannon University * Students not meeting the AIS requirement one year prior to matriculating to LECOM must take the MCAT by December 1st of the year prior to LECOM matriculation. ** Students will be exempt from the MCAT requirement providing they have submitted official documentation of SAT or ACT scores to LECOM, and have taken at least one biochemistry course and one genetics course, earning a grade of C or higher in each. Each academic year, LECOM will admit up to ten (10) students total from Gannon University’s medical affiliation programs. Additional students may be considered on an individual basis and at the discretion of LECOM. Students admitted to this program will forfeit their conditionally guaranteed seat if they apply to any other medical schools.