Who do I talk to if I have questions about the pre-med requirements?
If you are a first or second year student Dean Canlas is the pre-med advising dean. She can be found in ICC 303 (email@example.com).
If you are a junior or senior Dean Parker is the pre-med advising dean. He can be found in WGR 108 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are a potential student you may send your questions to email@example.com and we will respond as quickly as possible.
My classmates that are pre-med have been receiving notices about workshops. I am also a pre-med student but have not received any notices. How do I get on the mail list?
It could be that the pre-med designation is not attached to your student record; for this you should contact your advisor. The mail list is populated by our computer coding system that pulls addresses of students who have officially designated themselves as pre-med. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, net id, and your year (i.e., sophomore, etc) and we will add you to the email distribution list. If you are a NHS student you need to contact your advisor as well as contacting email@example.com.
I was a pre-med student when I started at Georgetown, but have changed my mind. How do I stop receiving messages about pre-med activities?
Instructions on how to unsubscribe are located at the bottom of the pre-med email messages.
I transferred to Georgetown from another school. Am I eligible to apply to the EAP?
Transfer students are not eligible to apply to the program.
What is the minimum GPA requirement for the EAP?
The minimum GPA requirement is a GPA of at least 3.6.
I’m currently a sophomore Human Science major in the NHS. Is the EAP program available only for pre-med students in the College or is it available to any pre-med Georgetown University student?
NHS has its own application process for Early Assurance. NHS students should contact their program advisors directly for information. All other Georgetown undergraduate majors may apply through the College program.