Medical School Linkage Agreements
One of the many benefits of attending the University of Vermont for your Post-Baccalaureate Premedical education is that you can take advantage of linkage agreements when it comes time to apply to medical school. Linkage agreements are contracts between the University of Vermont and other medical school programs that provide students in the program with a supportive and often expedited pathway for admissions into those institutions.
As a UVM Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program student, you are guaranteed an interview with schools on our linkage agreement list, provided you meet the professional school guidelines and have a certain GPA in your Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program. You’ll work closely with your advisor to help assess your qualifications for the linked medical programs and determine the best time to apply.
While many of our students choose to take advantage of linkage agreements, we also have a large number of students who apply to medical schools that are not on our linkage agreement list. We’ll support you through your application process and guide you in making the medical school decision that best aligns with your educational and professional goals.
University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine
The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine tracks all UVM Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program applicants. An interview will be guaranteed to those who achieve a cumulative 3.5 or higher overall average, as well as a Biology, Chemistry, Math, and Physics (BCPM) average of 3.5 or higher.
Additional requirements include:
- Graduation from an accredited baccalaureate degree program or higher at an institution accredited by the National Committee of Regional Accrediting Agencies in the US or Canada
- Cumulative BCPM and overall GPA of 3.5 or higher in previous postsecondary education
- Most recent MCAT score of at least 509 or higher
- Completion of admission requirements as outlined on UVM COM website
- No history of criminal conviction
- No pending charges or finding of violation of University policy
- Be a US citizen or have permanent resident status
For additional details, contact the program advisor.