Applying for Admissions

Admissions Process

Getting started is easy!

Step 1:  Apply Online

Complete an online admissions application and an Admissions Representative will call you. Admission is open to all qualified applicants.

Step 2:  Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment with one of our Admissions Representatives. During our meeting, you will receive in-depth information about our medical program. Our representatives will answer any questions you may have in order to assist you in determining how we are best suited for you and will help you achieve your career goals.

Step 3: Schedule Admissions Interview

Once all of the admissions documents have been collected an Admissions advisor will schedule your interview with the Admissions Committee. Our Admissions interviews are conducted by phone or Skype if you are not in the Metro Atlanta area.

Final Step:  Enrollment Completion

You’ll typically hear back from us on a decision in 72 hours to one week post-interview. Once you've made the decision to attend the American University of Integrative Sciences, the last step is to complete and sign your enrollment agreement and required paperwork. During the enrollment process you will receive a copy of our school catalog detailing our policies and procedures.

Remember our program has a maximum occupancy and fills up quickly, so enroll as early as possible. The sooner you complete the enrollment process, the better your chance of securing a seat in our medical program.

Remember, we maintain small class sizes and space is limited.

Admissions Dates

Semester

Start Date

Application Deadline

Winter

Jan 3, 2019

Dec 15, 2018

Spring

May 8, 2019

Apr 15, 2019

Fall

Sept 9, 2018

Aug 15, 2019

Admissions ProceduresYour Route to Residency

To apply for admissions, applicants should complete an online application or schedule an appointment for a personal interview. During the entrance interview, prospective students discuss their individual career goals and objectives with an Admissions Representative. The Admissions Representative will work with the applicant to complete a General Information (GI) form and entrance assessment. The Admissions Representative will review training program details pertaining to the prospective student which can include, but not be limited to, course content, program schedule, program length, projected start dates and projected completion dates.

What We Need From You:

  • Application and $100 Application Fee
  • Personal Statement Essay
  • Resume`or CV
  • Official Transcripts (Unofficial accepted for your interview. Official must be submitted before your start date)
  • Two Letters of Recommendation 
  • Two passport Sized photos