Let us Bring WAUSM to You
If you are advising students or are a student leader who aspires to become a MD, it is essential to explore every opportunity available. Western Atlantic University School of Medicine (or “WAUSM”) is such an opportunity. Why? Because WAUSM was built to provide deserving students the opportunity to achieve their calling and become MDs. We welcome the opportunity to tell you more and invite you to schedule a visit so we can bring WAUSM to you!
Part of what makes WAUSM special and unique are our key differentiators:
“The difference between WAUSM and other schools is they're willing to improve and make changes for the better. If something is needed, there's the ability to get things installed quickly. At larger schools, you might not have the same level of support. The connections you make with peers, faculty, and staff is different. It's almost like a family.”
- NIKHIL KOTTAPALLI, WAUSM STUDENT
At WAUSM, we look at every applicant holistically and take their entire achievement history into account because our faculty Admissions Committee knows what to look for to best predict success in medical school.
“Every interaction I had throughout my interview process, everyone was very much there for your education and looking after your well-being, which really resonated with me.”
- ALYSSA MAKOWSKI, WAUSM STUDENT
Schedule a WAUSM Visit to Your Campus
We aim to equip the advising community, as well as student clubs and organizations, with helpful information about WAUSM, including our admission requirements, selection process, student-focused curriculum, US clinical clerkships, and scholarship opportunities.
Our Admissions team is spread out across the United States and Canada, and we frequently meet with advisors, conduct campus information sessions and tabling events, or schedule local one-on-one sessions with prospective students and parents.
If you would like to request an event or chat with us in person or virtually, please fill out the form and a member of our team will be in touch with you to coordinate a date and time for the event.
“If this is something you want to do, this is the way. Rather than waiting three years spending time and money padding your resume or doing a master's or retaking the MCAT, why not start med school? I just ask that students give WAUSM an honest consideration. Put your best foot forward and go for it!”
- GRACEN MAHONEY, WAUSM STUDENT