Recommendation/Evaluation Letters FAQs
Great! However, you are still responsible for coordinating with this service to ensure that we receive at least one letter of recommendation from a premed advisor/committee and/or one letter from a science faculty member. Additionally, we will need one letter from a physician. This letter can be from either a DO or MD. Any of these letters may be forwarded directly from the author as well.
No. KCU does not require any additional evaluation forms to be submitted with the letters of recommendation.
Yes. Letters of recommendation can be used for up to two years from the date on the letters.
Recommendations/evaluations dated more than two years before your application is submitted to AACOMAS are considered outdated. This can happen when you have been away from academia for a period of time. You may substitute your premed advisor/committee with a letter from a science faculty member.
A premed committee letter is not required. Applicants who do not have a premed advisor committee will submit a letter of recommendation from a science faculty member.