May - November: CASPer Online Situational Judgement Test (view test dates)
May: AMCAS application (primary) can be electronically accessed by prospective applicants
June: AMCAS application can be submitted by applicants to AMCAS
July-January: Applications are holistically reviewed by the Admissions Committee and invitations to interview are extended
August-February: Interviews are conducted
Nov. 1: AMCAS application deadline(11:59 p.m. CST)
November-June: Merit Scholarships awarded to accepted applicants
Dec. 1: BCM supplemental application & payment deadline
January: Certiphi background checks are sent to all accepted applicants via AMCAS
April: Second Look event for accepted applicants
April 15: Applicants can only be holding 3 or less acceptance offers
April 30: Deadline for all applicants to accept a single offer of MD admission to any institution
Mid-July: Orientation begins for the entering class
IMPORTANT DATES REGARDING ACCEPTANCE OFFERS:
April 15 Deadline Requirement - As stated in the AAMC Acceptance Protocols, BCM requires that applicants hold no more than three acceptances after April 15. It is the applicant’s responsibility to notify us should any extenuating circumstances arise that would prevent them from complying with this requirement.
April 30 Deadline Requirements – Accepted applicants must pay the $300 tuition deposit, sign and return the Baylor acknowledgement form, and select 'plan to enroll' via AMCAS 'Choose Your Medical School' tool. At this point, applicants must withdraw from any other institutions that they have received acceptance offers to. Failure to meet the deadline requirements by April 30 may result in rescission of your acceptance to Baylor College of Medicine. It is the applicant’s responsibility to notify the Admissions Office should any extenuating circumstances arise that would prevent them from complying with this requirement.
June 15 Requirement - Accepted applicants must select the “Commit to Enroll” via AMCAS 'Choose Your Medical School' tool by June 15.