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P4 graduates joined medical school class



Back row: Paul Alves, Jacqueline Early
Front row: Michael Reynolds, Molly Allanoff, Nicholas Benvenuto, and J.J. Newland 

A group of Postbaccalaureate Pre-Professional Program (P4) students embarked on their journey to medical school almost immediately after graduating from their post baccalaureate program. Students took advantage of the P4’s linkage partnerships with Sidney Kimmel Medical College and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Linking opportunities to SKMC and PCOM are available for P4 students who meet certain academic requirements. All students have to go through the traditional interview process and the MCAT. Student must maintain their grades, volunteer, shadow a physician, and more.

Preparation for P4 students begins with our focused curriculum designed to provide students with a quality education from expert faculty—helping them fulfill academic requirements for medical/professional schools. We provide small class sizes, with lectures and laboratory sections containing a maximum number of 40 and 20 students, respectively. One of the major goals for P4 is to provide a sense of community among our students—building a cohort that will maintain a strong network well beyond the length of the Program.

For more information about the P4 program, please visit our website or sign up for an upcoming information session.