Frequently Asked Questions
A Committee Letter is a comprehensive evaluation written by the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC), which summarizes an applicant’s accomplishments. Committee Letters are sent to the application service for the health profession a student is pursuing.
Students should have grades and test scores appropriate for a competitive applicant for their health profession of choice. Students seeking more information about the Committee Letter process or wanting further information about their candidacy to receive a Committee Letter, should email Dr. Nelson at email@example.com.
UIW offers Direct Admit programs for four of the health professions schools for students prior to their admission to UIW. View a list of comprehensive information about these programs here.
Current UIW students with inquiries about Direct Admit Programs should email Dr. Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each health profession has specific requirements for their entry exams. Students should meet with the Pre-Health Advisor to discuss their timeline and requirements for testing. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Nelson to discuss your test and preparation strategy, please email email@example.com.
Yes. Your faculty or primary advisor will guide you on your pathway to graduation at UIW. Faculty are the main point of contact to discuss your major and course selections. The pre-health advisor is a secondary advisor to assist you in becoming a strong candidate for application to graduate/professional health programs.
As soon as you think you want to apply to a graduate health professions program, you should meet with the pre-health advisor. It is very important to use as much of your undergraduate career as possible to prepare as a professional school candidate. Questions about scheduling a meeting can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nursing and medicine have very distinct pre-requisite coursework and requirements which must be met to be competitive applicant. Current pre-nursing and nursing students who are considering a different health profession should schedule an appointment with Dr. Nelson. Please email email@example.com to schedule a virtual or face-to-face appointment.