The Scripps Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program offers motivated women and men the opportunity to complete the requisite science courses to successfully pursue a career in medicine in thirteen months. Learning in small classes alongside other intelligent and committed students, benefiting from the personal attention and guidance of dedicated faculty and advisors, our students have earned an impressive acceptance rate into medical, dental, and veterinary schools of over 95%. Located within the Claremont Colleges, the Scripps Post-Bac program is an acknowledged leader in its field.
Scripps College honors diversity as a key component of the academic life and mission of the College. Consistent with that commitment, Scripps encourages members of historically under-represented groups to apply for admission into the College’s Post-Baccalaureate Medical Program and considers the diversity of the student body as a factor in the admissions process for the program.
Our selective program provides a strong educational foundation in basic science prerequisites necessary for competitive admission to medical, dental or veterinary school. Successful applicants to the program have completed college but have never before applied to medical school nor taken the MCAT. Scripps Post-Bac students benefit from:
While we offer the option of a part-time, 24-month program, most of our students complete the full-time program in thirteen months—saving on tuition and living expenses and ensuring that course material is fresh in their minds when studying for the MCAT. Additionally, Scripps’ linkage programs offer qualified students the opportunity to matriculate into medical school immediately upon completion of the program, and about one-quarter of our students do just that. Since the Scripps Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program began in 1995, our graduates have been accepted into more than 40 different medical schools, eight dental schools, and three top veterinary schools.