Applications are available to second-year medical students now and due by midnight on November TBD, 2019. MetroPAP faculty members meet with finalists to evaluate their qualifications and needs in December through January. Students are offered placement in February, enabling them to appropriately schedule their third- and fourth-year clinical clerkships. Check out this word document that has information to help you fill out your application. Also, please use this CV template. *Note that a letter of recommendation is not required as part of this application.
*Due Date: Sunday, November TBD, 2019 by 11:59 pm
Each MetroPAP student receives a stipend of $20,000 for participation in MetroPAP - that equals half of your tuition for your third year! $8,000 is deposited into students’ University accounts two times: once in August and once in January. The final $4,000 is deposited in May. This $20,000 stipend is not paid in addition to financial aid or loans - it counts against your tuition due. MetroPAP students' financial aid/student loans will be reduced by $20,000 to mirror the fact that you have $20,000 less to pay. Payments are made based on students meeting MetroPAP program requirements. If you have any questions, contact Kristin Basballe in the Medical School Office of Financial Aid, email@example.com, 612-624-7675.
- Satisfactory overall academic performance
- Pass Step 1 of the USMLE board examination on the first attempt
- Complete the Medicine 1 (MED 7500) before the start of MetroPAP
- Completion of Medicine I and OB/GYN, Pediatric and Psychiatry pre- MetroPAP 2 week burst experiences before the start of MetroPAP
Breaks and vacations
MetroPAP students will not receive breaks according to the Medical School’s academic calendar (e.g., no spring break). Instead, they receive two weeks of vacation to schedule with the permission of their site and the MetroPAP office; throughout the program, the occasional sick day does not count against this total.