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All letters of recommendation MUST be submitted through AMCAS. AMCAS has several ways to allow for successful integration of letters of reference into your application. If you have not completed the "Letters of Evaluation" section of your AMCAS application, please contact AMCAS to determine the best way to upload letters. Please visit the AMCAS letters webpage for additional information.
Do NOT have your letters mailed directly to USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, they will not be accepted.
Be sure you have completed all the steps in AMCAS to release your letters to USF Health MCOM.
Often times students do not check off the appropriate boxes to submit their AMCAS application and therefore letters do not populate correctly to their application. If your letters do not populate to your application, your application cannot be considered.
USF Health MCOM requires applicants submit two (2) letters of recommendation.
PLEASE NOTE: If you submit one (1) letter of recommendation, your application will not be complete and cannot be considered. Please check the status of your application to ensure you have completed the USF Health MCOM Secondary Application Requirements.
Some schools will offer a Committee Evaluation letter or a Letter Packet to compile your individual letters. See Option 1 or 2 below for more information on this process. However, some schools will not offer Committee letter packets, and in that case the applicant is expected to seek out a minimum of two (2) science faculty letters. The applicant will have these two (2) separate letters sent to AMCAS from the recommenders. For additional information on how to submit letters to AMCAS, please visit www.aamc.org/amcasletters.
Option 1: If your school has a Letter Packet that includes the letters
Option 2: If your school has a Committee Evaluation Letter
Option 3: If you submit individual letters
If you have been out of school for more than two years, and can no longer get letters from a science undergraduate professor or faculty, you may submit letters from a lab supervisor or an employment supervisor. You still must submit at least 2 letters of recommendation.