FAQs

  • What does tentatively accepted mean?
    It means that you have been selected based upon successfully completion of the admission requirements. You are not fully accepted into the program until you meet all the admissions requirements and deadlines specified in the admissions packet.
  • When will I receive my official acceptance letter?
    A final letter of admission is mailed to the student after all medical requirements are met, all final official sealed transcripts have been received, and the admission file is complete. Until receipt of this final notification, the student's admission remains tentative.
  • I was selected as an alternate, when will my admission status be updated?
    Admission statuses can be updated at any time throughout the admissions process.
  • Can you tell me where I stand as an alternate?
    The Admissions Committee does not disclose the order of the alternates.
  • Why was I denied admission?
    Many factors contribute to why the Admissions Committee may have denied an application. The Admissions Committee does not disclose reasons as to why an applicant was not selected.
  • Should I repeat the pre-requisite courses to increase my chances of being accepted?
    That is a decision for the applicant. Please check with the college or university you plan to repeat the course. There are many policies in regards to repeating a course.
  • Can I reapply?
    Yes, please make an appointment with the Admissions Officer to review your file if you are planning to reapply.
  • What are the office hours?

    Our office hours are Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed daily from 1 - 2 p.m. for lunch. Friday from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. and closed from 1 - 2 p.m. for lunch.

  • Have More Questions?

    Contact the Recruiter Trent McGuire at trent.mcguire@stjoe.org or call the front desk at 806-725-8912.