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This program’s application deadline is June 15th for Fall Semester Admission.

General Requirements

It is expected that all application materials (with the exception of official score reports) be scanned and uploaded to your online application. Please note that the University of Rochester reserves the right to verify the accuracy of all transcripts and to require submission of official documentation at any point in the admissions review process.

  1. Online Application (recommended browser is Google Chrome) We will begin accepting applications in January 2024 for admission to Fall Semester 2024.
  2. Statement of Purpose
  3. Uploaded copy of transcript(s) to online application. Please do not mail a hard copy at this time.
  4. CV or resume
  5. Payment of the $60.00 application fee
  6. Research papers, publications and other original works may also be submitted for consideration, but are not required
  7. 2 Letters of recommendation

It is expected that all application materials be scanned and uploaded to your online application. Please do not include secondary school documentation, financial documentation, etc, as these are not utilized during the admissions process.


This program is open to all graduate students enrolled in a health care related program, all faculty and staff at the University of Rochester Medical Center, all faculty and staff at all UR Medicine affiliated institutions, all faculty and staff affiliated with other health care institutions, and individuals with a bachelor’s degree and demonstrated interested in healthcare.

Promising applicants who do not precisely meet admissions requirements will be further evaluated by the admissions committee on an individual basis, using academic transcripts, personal statements, letters of recommendation, and other supporting evidence.

Members of the University’s community come from different geographical areas representing differences in ethnicities, religious beliefs, values, and points of view. They may be physically different, have different intellectual interests or have different abilities. The University not only welcomes such differences in its community members but, in fulfilling its own missions and in preparing the health care professionals of the future, it actively seeks to recruit and include all graduate students in a health care related program, as well as staff and faculty from across the region.