Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most common questions posed by students interested in Pre-Health Professions.

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How many Wheaton students apply to medical and dental schools annually?

During the recent application cycles (2002-2012), our Pre-Health Professions program offered assistance and support services to an average of fifty-five applicants annually. This average reflects applicants to

  • allopathic (average 53; range: 43-66)
  • and osteopathic medical schools (average 8; range: 3-14)
  • and to dental schools (average 4; range: 2-7).

What are common majors chosen by pre-health professions students?

Common majors in the sciences are Biology and Chemistry. Other common majors include Applied Health SciencePsychology, and Spanish.

What must future applicants to medical schools know?

Students should be aware of the changes in preparation for medical school and in the criteria for admission to medical school. Pre-requisite courses for sitting the new MCAT and changing admissions requirements are listed in the College Catalog. Admissions Initiatives from the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC >>) include MCAT 2015 (competency-based), Holistic Review, and Competency-Based Admissions (CBA). Holistic Review includes a review of the applicant's experiences, attributes, and academic metrics. CBA refers to a set of core competencies which students entering medical school should be able to demonstrate. Competencies and attributes for future nurse leaders have been established as well. The Pre-Health Professions program at Wheaton is available to serve students wishing to pursue a Health Profession of choice.

Where were Wheaton graduates granted acceptances to medical school for 2013?

What are some medical and dental schools where Wheaton College graduates have matriculated?

What are some other health professions schools where Wheaton College graduates have been accepted?

Call us, visit during walk-in hours or schedule an appointment, if you have any other questions. We'd love to help!

How many Wheaton students apply to medical and dental schools annually?

During the recent application cycles (2002-2012), our Pre-Health Professions program offered assistance and support services to an average of fifty-five applicants annually. This average reflects applicants to

  • allopathic (average 53; range: 43-66)
  • and osteopathic medical schools (average 8; range: 3-14)
  • and to dental schools (average 4; range: 2-7).

What are common majors chosen by pre-health professions students?

Common majors in the sciences are Biology and Chemistry. Other common majors include Applied Health SciencePsychology, and Spanish.

What must future applicants to medical schools know?

Students should be aware of the changes in preparation for medical school and in the criteria for admission to medical school. Pre-requisite courses for sitting the new MCAT and changing admissions requirements are listed in the College Catalog. Admissions Initiatives from the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC >>) include MCAT 2015 (competency-based), Holistic Review, and Competency-Based Admissions (CBA). Holistic Review includes a review of the applicant's experiences, attributes, and academic metrics. CBA refers to a set of core competencies which students entering medical school should be able to demonstrate. Competencies and attributes for future nurse leaders have been established as well. The Pre-Health Professions program at Wheaton is available to serve students wishing to pursue a Health Profession of choice.

Where were Wheaton graduates granted acceptances to medical school for 2013?

What are some medical and dental schools where Wheaton College graduates have matriculated?

What are some other health professions schools where Wheaton College graduates have been accepted?