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Lectures are pretty laid back. No mandatory attendance and no apparent adherence to a strict dress code if there is one.

Be mindful of your dress in lab, so as to make things easier for your partners. That means try to wear scrubs or shorts and a t-shirt for OMM and DPR.
For ICC wear business professional with white coat - that means shirts and ties for guys, slacks, and dress shoes, and nice blouses and slacks or skirts for women (or whatever that equivalent is, forgive my ignorance).

It is nice to dress up when admin is holding a meeting or there is a guest. I dress well when our various Deans hold meetings or when we have professional development. They’ll usually let you know if there is a time they really want you to go all out.

So the school is pretty laid back, just use common sense judgement and you will be fine.
This guy is yanking your chain, we're required to be dressed in black tie attire at all times. Hope you have a few tuxes or ball gowns lying around, my dry cleaning bill is off the charts.
 
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JB campus still has some open spots apparently. Interviewed today and that’s straight from the admissions director. Really liked the program and the faculty and staff were very nice and dedicated to the schools mission. Also was impressed with how the school teaches clinical skills including OPP. I even thought I would enjoy living in Jonesboro.

Oh, they interviewed somewhere around 500-600 applicants this year for their 115 spots. Probably around 1/3 of interviewees get offers after all is said and done. Good luck, all!
 
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JB campus still has some open spots apparently. Interviewed today and that’s straight from the admissions director. Really liked the program and the faculty and staff were very nice and dedicated to the schools mission. Also was impressed with how the school teaches clinical skills including OPP. I even thought I would enjoy living in Jonesboro.

Oh, they interviewed somewhere around 500-600 applicants this year for their 115 spots. Probably around 1/3 of interviewees get offers after all is said and done. Good luck, all!
All of this information about admissions is correct as she did say this yesterday.

However, I’m glad you had a better experience / perception of the school than I.
 
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Hi all-
I've been on the waitlist since 1/25 for OW. I'm really just writing in here so I'll get updates once people start posting about getting pulled off the waitlist
 
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Anesthesiology

Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM St. Luke's Roosevelt New York NY ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Penn State Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School (5) New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
Saint Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (3) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn (3) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (5) Valhalla, NY ACGME

Dermatology
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY ACGME
HMH Palisades Medical Center North Bergen, NJ ACGME

Diagnostic Radiology
Emory University SOM Atlanta, GA ACGME
Mayo Clinic School of Grad Med Jacksonville, FL ACGME
Monmouth Medical Center Monmouth, NJ ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital Mineola, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas HSC - San Antonio San Antonio, TX ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME

Emergency Medicine
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
Coney Island Brooklyn, NY AOA
Creighton Univ. Affiliate Hospitals - Maricopa Phoenix, AZ ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (2) West Islip, NY ACGME
John Peter Smith Hospital Fort Worth, TX ACGME
Lincoln Medical Center (2) Bronx, NY ACGME
Montefiore MC/Einstein - Jacobi Bronx, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (2) East Meadow, NY AOA
NY Presbyterian Queens Flushing, NY ACGME
NYMC-Metropolitan Hospital New York, NY ACGME
NY Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
St. Barnabas Hospital - Osteopathic Bronx, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Rochester, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell NS/LIJ (14) Manhasset, NY ACGME

Family Medicine
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Aria Health Philadelphia, PA AOA
Ascension-Macomb-Oakland Hospital/Osteo Warren, MI ACGME
Bryn Mawr Hospital Bryn Mawr, PA AOA
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center Ada, OK AOA
Ellis Hospital McLellan Campus Schenectady, NY ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (4) West Islip, NY ACGME
Jamaica Hospital Medical Cneter (3) Jamaica, NY ACGME
JFK Medical Center Edison, NJ ACGME
Kettering Medical Center - KHN Grandview Kettering, OH ACMGE
Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster, PA ACGME
Medisys Health Network Flushing, NY AOA
Middlesex Hospital Middletown, CT ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Ocala Regional Medical Center Ocala, FL AOA
Rochester General Hospital Rochester, NY ACGME
Rowan SOM-Kennedy/Our Lady of Lourdes (3) Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rowan University SOM - Osteo Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Med School - Central St New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
RW Johnson University Hospital Somerset, NJ ACGME
Sampson Regional Medical Center Clinton, NC AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital Oceanside, NY AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital (2) Oceanside, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA
St. Luke's Warren Hospital Phillipsburg, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Texoma Medical Center Denison, TX AOA
Zucker SOM Northwell/Phelps Hospital Sleepy Hollow, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Peconic Bay (2) Riverhead, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Plainview (8) Plainview, NY ACGME

General Surgery
Beaumont Hospital Trenton, MI AOA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland, OH ACGME
Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY AOA
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY AOA
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY ACGME
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY AOA

Internal Medicine
Akron General Medical Center/NEOMED Akron, OH ACGME
Aria Jefferson Health Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Arnot Ogden Medical Center Elmira, NY ACGME
Blake Medical Center Bradenton, FL ACGME
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
CarePoint Health/Bayonne Medical Center (3) Bayonne, NJ AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT ACGME
Icahn SOM/Beth Israel New York, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/Elmhurst Hospital Center (2) Elmhurst, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/St. Luke's Roosevelt (2) New York, NY ACGME
Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, FL ACGME
Kettering Medical Center Kettering, OH ACGME
Larkin Community Hospital South Miami, FL ACGME
Madigan Army Medical Center/Fort Lewis Tacoma, WA Military
Maimonides Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Mountainside Hospital Montclair, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (3) East Meadow, NY ACGME
NCH Healthcare System Naples, FL ACGME
NYU Winthrop (5) Mineola, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center (2) Middletown, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center (2) Portsmouth, VA Military
Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University Providence, RI ACGME
Rowan SOM University Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School (3) Newark, NJ ACGME
St. John's Riverside Hospital Yonkers, NY ACGME
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA AOA
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA ACGME
St. Mary Medical Center Long Beach, CA ACGME
St. Michael’s Hospital Newark, NJ AOA
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (4) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook/Southampton Hospital Southampton, NY ACGME
Sunrise Health GME Consortium Las Vegas, NV ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX ACGME
UC San Francisco/Fresno Fresno, CA ACGME
University at Buffalo SOM Buffalo, NY ACGME
UPMC Pinnacle Community Hospital Harrisburg, PA ACGME
VCOM/Lewis Gale Hospital-Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Forest Hills Forest Hills, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME
University Hospitals Osteo Consortium Westlake, OH ACGME

Interventional Radiology
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ New Hyde Park, NY ACGME

Medicine-Emergency Medicine
SUNY Health Science Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME

Medicine-Primary
NYU School of Medicine/Brooklyn (2) New York, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME

Neurology
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
Zucker SOM-Northwell NS/LIJ Manhasset, NY ACGME

Ob/Gyn
Baystate Medical Center Springfield, MA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital and MC West Islip, NY ACGME
Hackensack University Medical Center Hackensack, NJ ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
San Antonio Military Medical Center San Antonio, TX Military
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD ACGME
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Bethesda, MD Military

Ophthalmology
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA

Pediatrics
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Atlantic Health System/Goryeb Morristown, NJ ACGME
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Neptune, NJ ACGME
Maine Medical Center Portland, ME ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital (4) Mineola, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA Military
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (2) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn/Shabbat Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Texas Tech U Affiliate Amarillo, TX ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM (4) Hartford, CT ACGME
UPMC Medical Education Pittsburgh, PA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (2) Valhalla, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Cohen Childrens New Hyde Park, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Staten Island Staten Island, NY ACGME

PM&R
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center West Islip, NY ACGME
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai New York, NY ACGME
Michigan State University CHM-East Lansing East Lansing, MI ACGME
Northwestern McGaw/RiC-IL Chicago, IL ACGME
NYU School of Medicine (2) New York, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School Newark, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ (2) Great Neck, NY ACGME

Psychiatry
Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals/Southampton Southampton, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University (2) Syracuse, NY ACGME
VCOM-Lewis Gale Hospital/Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME

Urology
Charleston Area Medical Center Charleston, WV ACGME

Not going to bother with the prelims and transitional years
 

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For ACGME matches, the med student had to take both COMLEX and USMLE right?
Yep. Even with the merger though you should expect to take both exams, as previously-ACGME programs aren't likely to give a lot of weight to a COMLEX score over a USMLE.
 
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For ACGME matches, the med student had to take both COMLEX and USMLE right?
No, you can match into an ACGME residency with just a COMLEX score... but for more competitive specialties, it's recommended you take USMLE to be more competitive (cus it's hard for program directors to compare your COMLEX scores with MD grads' USMLE scores)
 
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Yep. Even with the merger though you should expect to take both exams, as previously-ACGME programs aren't likely to give a lot of weight to a COMLEX score over a USMLE.
No, you can match into an ACGME residency with just a COMLEX score... but for more competitive specialties, it's recommended you take USMLE to be more competitive (cus it's hard for program directors to compare your COMLEX scores with MD grads' USMLE scores)
Ahhh I see. Yeah I think taking both exams is the safest route to take. But wow, majority are ACGME matches this year and 2 derms. That’s awesome!
 
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Yep. Even with the merger though you should expect to take both exams, as previously-ACGME programs aren't likely to give a lot of weight to a COMLEX score over a USMLE.
I hope you don't think that you have to take USMLE to be competitive for ACGME FM or IM or peds. I guarantee you that many, if not a majority, of NYITCOM's ACGME matches in those specialties only took COMLEX. If you're gunning for a somewhat competitive specialty, then sure... but otherwise, you dont really have to take both
 
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Anesthesiology

Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM St. Luke's Roosevelt New York NY ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Penn State Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School (5) New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
Saint Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (3) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn (3) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (5) Valhalla, NY ACGME

Dermatology
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY ACGME
HMH Palisades Medical Center North Bergen, NJ ACGME

Diagnostic Radiology
Emory University SOM Atlanta, GA ACGME
Mayo Clinic School of Grad Med Jacksonville, FL ACGME
Monmouth Medical Center Monmouth, NJ ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital Mineola, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas HSC - San Antonio San Antonio, TX ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME

Emergency Medicine
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
Coney Island Brooklyn, NY AOA
Creighton Univ. Affiliate Hospitals - Maricopa Phoenix, AZ ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (2) West Islip, NY ACGME
John Peter Smith Hospital Fort Worth, TX ACGME
Lincoln Medical Center (2) Bronx, NY ACGME
Montefiore MC/Einstein - Jacobi Bronx, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (2) East Meadow, NY AOA
NY Presbyterian Queens Flushing, NY ACGME
NYMC-Metropolitan Hospital New York, NY ACGME
NY Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
St. Barnabas Hospital - Osteopathic Bronx, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Rochester, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell NS/LIJ (14) Manhasset, NY ACGME

Family Medicine
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Aria Health Philadelphia, PA AOA
Ascension-Macomb-Oakland Hospital/Osteo Warren, MI ACGME
Bryn Mawr Hospital Bryn Mawr, PA AOA
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center Ada, OK AOA
Ellis Hospital McLellan Campus Schenectady, NY ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (4) West Islip, NY ACGME
Jamaica Hospital Medical Cneter (3) Jamaica, NY ACGME
JFK Medical Center Edison, NJ ACGME
Kettering Medical Center - KHN Grandview Kettering, OH ACMGE
Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster, PA ACGME
Medisys Health Network Flushing, NY AOA
Middlesex Hospital Middletown, CT ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Ocala Regional Medical Center Ocala, FL AOA
Rochester General Hospital Rochester, NY ACGME
Rowan SOM-Kennedy/Our Lady of Lourdes (3) Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rowan University SOM - Osteo Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Med School - Central St New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
RW Johnson University Hospital Somerset, NJ ACGME
Sampson Regional Medical Center Clinton, NC AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital Oceanside, NY AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital (2) Oceanside, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA
St. Luke's Warren Hospital Phillipsburg, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Texoma Medical Center Denison, TX AOA
Zucker SOM Northwell/Phelps Hospital Sleepy Hollow, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Peconic Bay (2) Riverhead, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Plainview (8) Plainview, NY ACGME

General Surgery
Beaumont Hospital Trenton, MI AOA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland, OH ACGME
Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY AOA
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY AOA
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY ACGME
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY AOA

Internal Medicine
Akron General Medical Center/NEOMED Akron, OH ACGME
Aria Jefferson Health Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Arnot Ogden Medical Center Elmira, NY ACGME
Blake Medical Center Bradenton, FL ACGME
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
CarePoint Health/Bayonne Medical Center (3) Bayonne, NJ AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT ACGME
Icahn SOM/Beth Israel New York, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/Elmhurst Hospital Center (2) Elmhurst, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/St. Luke's Roosevelt (2) New York, NY ACGME
Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, FL ACGME
Kettering Medical Center Kettering, OH ACGME
Larkin Community Hospital South Miami, FL ACGME
Madigan Army Medical Center/Fort Lewis Tacoma, WA Military
Maimonides Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Mountainside Hospital Montclair, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (3) East Meadow, NY ACGME
NCH Healthcare System Naples, FL ACGME
NYU Winthrop (5) Mineola, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center (2) Middletown, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center (2) Portsmouth, VA Military
Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University Providence, RI ACGME
Rowan SOM University Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School (3) Newark, NJ ACGME
St. John's Riverside Hospital Yonkers, NY ACGME
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA AOA
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA ACGME
St. Mary Medical Center Long Beach, CA ACGME
St. Michael’s Hospital Newark, NJ AOA
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (4) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook/Southampton Hospital Southampton, NY ACGME
Sunrise Health GME Consortium Las Vegas, NV ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX ACGME
UC San Francisco/Fresno Fresno, CA ACGME
University at Buffalo SOM Buffalo, NY ACGME
UPMC Pinnacle Community Hospital Harrisburg, PA ACGME
VCOM/Lewis Gale Hospital-Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Forest Hills Forest Hills, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME
University Hospitals Osteo Consortium Westlake, OH ACGME

Interventional Radiology
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ New Hyde Park, NY ACGME

Medicine-Emergency Medicine
SUNY Health Science Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME

Medicine-Primary
NYU School of Medicine/Brooklyn (2) New York, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME

Neurology
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
Zucker SOM-Northwell NS/LIJ Manhasset, NY ACGME

Ob/Gyn
Baystate Medical Center Springfield, MA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital and MC West Islip, NY ACGME
Hackensack University Medical Center Hackensack, NJ ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
San Antonio Military Medical Center San Antonio, TX Military
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD ACGME
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Bethesda, MD Military

Ophthalmology
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA

Pediatrics
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Atlantic Health System/Goryeb Morristown, NJ ACGME
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Neptune, NJ ACGME
Maine Medical Center Portland, ME ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital (4) Mineola, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA Military
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (2) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn/Shabbat Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Texas Tech U Affiliate Amarillo, TX ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM (4) Hartford, CT ACGME
UPMC Medical Education Pittsburgh, PA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (2) Valhalla, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Cohen Childrens New Hyde Park, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Staten Island Staten Island, NY ACGME

PM&R
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center West Islip, NY ACGME
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai New York, NY ACGME
Michigan State University CHM-East Lansing East Lansing, MI ACGME
Northwestern McGaw/RiC-IL Chicago, IL ACGME
NYU School of Medicine (2) New York, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School Newark, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ (2) Great Neck, NY ACGME

Psychiatry
Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals/Southampton Southampton, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University (2) Syracuse, NY ACGME
VCOM-Lewis Gale Hospital/Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME

Urology
Charleston Area Medical Center Charleston, WV ACGME

Not going to bother with the prelims and transitional years
Can someone please tell me how good this match list is for a DO school?From my untrained eye it looks identical to lower tier MDs and kind of makes me excited to attend!
 

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I second this, the list looks really impressive! Is this the combined list for OW and JB?
Jonesboro will have its first class of OMS IVs next year, so that will be the first year of the Match for Jonesboro.

This list echoes what you would see at many DO schools across the nation, where there are a good degree of FM, IM, EM, Anesthesia, Peds matches, with a fair number of specialty matches as well. Previous years saw fewer radiology and more neurosurgery or orthopedics. There is a natural ebb and flow to what specialties are represented in greater numbers from year to year, but the bulk of students seem to match into the standard areas.

These traits are also seen at plenty of MD schools across the board. There are more primary care positions than specialty positions, so by and large you will see the majority of matches be in those fields no matter where you go. The difference might be the number of students matching into the more competitive specialties, but I do not imagine the difference to be overly drastic (I.e. 40% of an MD class matching neuro, ortho, derm, interventional radiology). But this is still subject to plenty of ebb and flow based on student preferences.

I see locations like Mayo, Cleveland Clinic, Mass, etc. on this list and that should be proof of one thing: if you do your work, the option is there. A great school helps, but boards and whatnot are 99% independent. If you do not do the work, the options will not be there. If you do, this list is proof that it can happen.

That should be empowering to anyone.
 
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Jonesboro will have its first class of OMS IVs next year, so that will be the first year of the Match for Jonesboro.

This list echoes what you would see at many DO schools across the nation, where there are a good degree of FM, IM, EM, Anesthesia, Peds matches, with a fair number of specialty matches as well. Previous years saw fewer radiology and more neurosurgery or orthopedics. There is a natural ebb and flow to what specialties are represented in greater numbers from year to year, but the bulk of students seem to match into the standard areas.

These traits are also seen at plenty of MD schools across the board. There are more primary care positions than specialty positions, so by and large you will see the majority of matches be in those fields no matter where you go. The difference might be the number of students matching into the more competitive specialties, but I do not imagine the difference to be overly drastic (I.e. 40% of an MD class matching neuro, ortho, derm, interventional radiology). But this is still subject to plenty of ebb and flow based on student preferences.

I see locations like Mayo, Cleveland Clinic, Mass, etc. on this list and that should be proof of one thing: if you do your work, the option is there. A great school helps, but boards and whatnot are 99% independent. If you do not do the work, the options will not be there. If you do, this list is proof that it can happen.

That should be empowering to anyone.
Exactly. Does not matter where you go as long as YOU perform.
 
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Anesthesiology

Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM St. Luke's Roosevelt New York NY ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Penn State Hershey Medical Center Hershey, PA ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School (5) New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
Saint Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (3) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn (3) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (5) Valhalla, NY ACGME

Dermatology
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY ACGME
HMH Palisades Medical Center North Bergen, NJ ACGME

Diagnostic Radiology
Emory University SOM Atlanta, GA ACGME
Mayo Clinic School of Grad Med Jacksonville, FL ACGME
Monmouth Medical Center Monmouth, NJ ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital Mineola, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas HSC - San Antonio San Antonio, TX ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME

Emergency Medicine
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
Coney Island Brooklyn, NY AOA
Creighton Univ. Affiliate Hospitals - Maricopa Phoenix, AZ ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (2) West Islip, NY ACGME
John Peter Smith Hospital Fort Worth, TX ACGME
Lincoln Medical Center (2) Bronx, NY ACGME
Montefiore MC/Einstein - Jacobi Bronx, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (2) East Meadow, NY AOA
NY Presbyterian Queens Flushing, NY ACGME
NYMC-Metropolitan Hospital New York, NY ACGME
NY Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
St. Barnabas Hospital - Osteopathic Bronx, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
University of Rochester/Strong Memorial Rochester, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell NS/LIJ (14) Manhasset, NY ACGME

Family Medicine
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Aria Health Philadelphia, PA AOA
Ascension-Macomb-Oakland Hospital/Osteo Warren, MI ACGME
Bryn Mawr Hospital Bryn Mawr, PA AOA
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center Ada, OK AOA
Ellis Hospital McLellan Campus Schenectady, NY ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center (4) West Islip, NY ACGME
Jamaica Hospital Medical Cneter (3) Jamaica, NY ACGME
JFK Medical Center Edison, NJ ACGME
Kettering Medical Center - KHN Grandview Kettering, OH ACMGE
Lancaster General Hospital Lancaster, PA ACGME
Medisys Health Network Flushing, NY AOA
Middlesex Hospital Middletown, CT ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Ocala Regional Medical Center Ocala, FL AOA
Rochester General Hospital Rochester, NY ACGME
Rowan SOM-Kennedy/Our Lady of Lourdes (3) Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rowan University SOM - Osteo Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Med School - Central St New Brunswick, NJ ACGME
RW Johnson University Hospital Somerset, NJ ACGME
Sampson Regional Medical Center Clinton, NC AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital Oceanside, NY AOA
South Nassau Communities Hospital (2) Oceanside, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA
St. Luke's Warren Hospital Phillipsburg, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Texoma Medical Center Denison, TX AOA
Zucker SOM Northwell/Phelps Hospital Sleepy Hollow, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Peconic Bay (2) Riverhead, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Plainview (8) Plainview, NY ACGME

General Surgery
Beaumont Hospital Trenton, MI AOA
Cleveland Clinic Foundation Cleveland, OH ACGME
Drexel University/Hahnemann Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center Middletown, NY AOA
St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY AOA
St. John's Episcopal Hospital-South Shore Far Rockaway, NY ACGME
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY AOA

Internal Medicine
Akron General Medical Center/NEOMED Akron, OH ACGME
Aria Jefferson Health Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Arnot Ogden Medical Center Elmira, NY ACGME
Blake Medical Center Bradenton, FL ACGME
Brandon Regional Hospital Brandon, FL ACGME
CarePoint Health/Bayonne Medical Center (3) Bayonne, NJ AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY AOA
Coney Island Hospital Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Greenwich Hospital Greenwich, CT ACGME
Icahn SOM/Beth Israel New York, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/Elmhurst Hospital Center (2) Elmhurst, NY ACGME
Icahn SOM/St. Luke's Roosevelt (2) New York, NY ACGME
Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, FL ACGME
Kettering Medical Center Kettering, OH ACGME
Larkin Community Hospital South Miami, FL ACGME
Madigan Army Medical Center/Fort Lewis Tacoma, WA Military
Maimonides Medical Center (2) Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
Mountainside Hospital Montclair, NJ ACGME
Nassau University Medical Center (3) East Meadow, NY ACGME
NCH Healthcare System Naples, FL ACGME
NYU Winthrop (5) Mineola, NY ACGME
Orange Regional Medical Center (2) Middletown, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center (2) Portsmouth, VA Military
Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University Providence, RI ACGME
Rowan SOM University Stratford, NJ ACGME
Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School (3) Newark, NJ ACGME
St. John's Riverside Hospital Yonkers, NY ACGME
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA AOA
St. Luke's University Hospital Bethlehem, PA ACGME
St. Mary Medical Center Long Beach, CA ACGME
St. Michael’s Hospital Newark, NJ AOA
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (4) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook/Southampton Hospital Southampton, NY ACGME
Sunrise Health GME Consortium Las Vegas, NV ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School (2) Worcester, MA ACGME
University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX ACGME
UC San Francisco/Fresno Fresno, CA ACGME
University at Buffalo SOM Buffalo, NY ACGME
UPMC Pinnacle Community Hospital Harrisburg, PA ACGME
VCOM/Lewis Gale Hospital-Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Forest Hills Forest Hills, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Mather Hospital Port Jefferson, NY ACGME
University Hospitals Osteo Consortium Westlake, OH ACGME

Interventional Radiology
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ New Hyde Park, NY ACGME

Medicine-Emergency Medicine
SUNY Health Science Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME

Medicine-Primary
NYU School of Medicine/Brooklyn (2) New York, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM Farmington, CT ACGME
Zucker SOM Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital (2) New York, NY ACGME

Neurology
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester, MA ACGME
Zucker SOM-Northwell NS/LIJ Manhasset, NY ACGME

Ob/Gyn
Baystate Medical Center Springfield, MA ACGME
Good Samaritan Hospital and MC West Islip, NY ACGME
Hackensack University Medical Center Hackensack, NJ ACGME
Morristown Memorial Hospital Morristown, NJ ACGME
San Antonio Military Medical Center San Antonio, TX Military
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Baltimore, MD ACGME
Walter Reed Army Medical Center Bethesda, MD Military

Ophthalmology
Nassau University Medical Center East Meadow, NY ACGME
St. John's Episcopal Hospital South Shore Far Rockaway, NY AOA

Pediatrics
Albany Medical Center Albany, NY ACGME
Atlantic Health System/Goryeb Morristown, NJ ACGME
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Neptune, NJ ACGME
Maine Medical Center Portland, ME ACGME
NYU Winthrop Hospital (4) Mineola, NY ACGME
Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA Military
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals (2) Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn/Shabbat Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Texas Tech U Affiliate Amarillo, TX ACGME
University of Connecticut SOM (4) Hartford, CT ACGME
UPMC Medical Education Pittsburgh, PA ACGME
Westchester Medical Center (2) Valhalla, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Cohen Childrens New Hyde Park, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM/Staten Island Staten Island, NY ACGME

PM&R
Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center West Islip, NY ACGME
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai New York, NY ACGME
Michigan State University CHM-East Lansing East Lansing, MI ACGME
Northwestern McGaw/RiC-IL Chicago, IL ACGME
NYU School of Medicine (2) New York, NY ACGME
Rutgers RW Johnson Medical School Newark, NJ ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University Syracuse, NY ACGME
Zucker Northwell SOM NS/LIJ (2) Great Neck, NY ACGME

Psychiatry
Albert Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, PA ACGME
Boston University Medical Center Boston, MA ACGME
Geisinger Health System Danville, PA ACGME
Maimonides Medical Center Brooklyn, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals Stony Brook, NY ACGME
Stony Brook Teaching Hospitals/Southampton Southampton, NY ACGME
SUNY Health Sciences Center Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY ACGME
SUNY Upstate Medical University (2) Syracuse, NY ACGME
VCOM-Lewis Gale Hospital/Montgomery Blacksburg, VA ACGME

Urology
Charleston Area Medical Center Charleston, WV ACGME

Not going to bother with the prelims and transitional years
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I was wondering if anyone who's been accepted or if a current student can help me out because I'm starting to panic. Tuition and fees comes out to be a little over $60k and my maximum unsubsidized loan is a little over $44k, minus the deposit I made, I still have a balance of $14.9k due for the year, yikes!! I was given the option of a payment plan or a Grad PLUS which I have no idea what that is. In addition, I have to pay for living expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. How does one accomplish this without a job??!! HELP
 
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I was wondering if anyone who's been accepted or if a current student can help me out because I'm starting to panic. Tuition and fees comes out to be a little over $60k and my maximum unsubsidized loan is a little over $44k, minus the deposit I made, I still have a balance of $14.9k due for the year, yikes!! I was given the option of a payment plan or a Grad PLUS which I have no idea what that is. In addition, I have to pay for living expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. How does one accomplish this without a job??!! HELP
thats exactly how much I got in subisized loans. You can take out another 49000 or so in grad plus loans which covers everything else.
 
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I was wondering if anyone who's been accepted or if a current student can help me out because I'm starting to panic. Tuition and fees comes out to be a little over $60k and my maximum unsubsidized loan is a little over $44k, minus the deposit I made, I still have a balance of $14.9k due for the year, yikes!! I was given the option of a payment plan or a Grad PLUS which I have no idea what that is. In addition, I have to pay for living expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. How does one accomplish this without a job??!! HELP
GradPLUS loans are very similar to the regular ones you have that cover $44K, but they have a higher interest rate. Its annoying, but you can apply for those and use it to cover the rest of your tuition expenses+living/food/car/whatever your heart desires, just be frugal! I'm sure if you reach out to financial aid they will walk you through the whole process.

Don't worry about the amount of money you are borrowing right now. Just focus on paying tuition, figuring out housing, and being frugal/modest with everything. There are tons of loan forgiveness programs and ways to pay back once you are working as a resident/attending. The whole debt load scares me too, but the way I've been thinking about it is: If everyone before me was able to figure it out, I'll be able to figure it out too. And so will you! We're all in the same boat.
 

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I was wondering if anyone who's been accepted or if a current student can help me out because I'm starting to panic. Tuition and fees comes out to be a little over $60k and my maximum unsubsidized loan is a little over $44k, minus the deposit I made, I still have a balance of $14.9k due for the year, yikes!! I was given the option of a payment plan or a Grad PLUS which I have no idea what that is. In addition, I have to pay for living expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. How does one accomplish this without a job??!! HELP
As the posters above said, Grad Plus Loans. Pull out enough to cover the rest of tuition and your living expenses. Given it can be hard to predict costs though, some people just max out their unsubsidized and Grad Plus loans, and put any leftover money at the end of the year back in towards the principle. However that requires a strong enough will to not frivolously spend your extra loan money...

You can always consider HPSP or NHSC as well if you're looking to minimize your debt burden and don't mind the service requirements.
 

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I was wondering if anyone who's been accepted or if a current student can help me out because I'm starting to panic. Tuition and fees comes out to be a little over $60k and my maximum unsubsidized loan is a little over $44k, minus the deposit I made, I still have a balance of $14.9k due for the year, yikes!! I was given the option of a payment plan or a Grad PLUS which I have no idea what that is. In addition, I have to pay for living expenses and other miscellaneous expenses. How does one accomplish this without a job??!! HELP
See below.

thats exactly how much I got in subisized loans. You can take out another 49000 or so in grad plus loans which covers everything else.
You will receive a notification when Grad PLUS loans become available for application (require a Master Promissary Note, which is available already for the 2019-2020 Aid year on student loans.gov)
Total amount of available aid will come in the realm of ~$97-98K (2018-2019), from which you can deduct your unsubsidized amount and any scholarships/grants to find what your Grad PLUS loan maximum can be. Either way, if you take that maximum and subtract out required costs (tuition, supplies, insurance, etc) you will find your allotment for housing, eating, everyday life, etc.

You may not need maximum loans. You may need all of it. You can always request more during the Aid year if necessary.

These values are the same for JB as OW because our campus falls under a few COCA qualifications, including a branch campus/satellite location, where our accreditation is an extension of OW so our estimated COA extends as well (I may not be 100% accurate on the mechanism of transference here, but the numbers are true). You can live a pretty great life in JB with that much cushion for living expenses. Sorry OW if that comes across bad - you all certainly have more to do with the money, even if less of it is available for “free use” (I’m making assumptions here, I could be wrong).

Either way don’t worry, there is no shortage of people looking to have future doctors on the hook for financial reimbursements/payments considering future earning potential.
 
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I looked at the tuition statement today and ended up with a total of about 95,000 per year, I totally freaked lol. :dead:

In addition to the tuition (~60k) they added ~28k in board/housing cost and then ~5k in college fees.

Does housing really come out to that much?? I'll be in Jonesboro btw.
 
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See below.



You will receive a notification when Grad PLUS loans become available for application (require a Master Promissary Note, which is available already for the 2019-2020 Aid year on student loans.gov)
Total amount of available aid will come in the realm of ~$97-98K (2018-2019), from which you can deduct your unsubsidized amount and any scholarships/grants to find what your Grad PLUS loan maximum can be. Either way, if you take that maximum and subtract out required costs (tuition, supplies, insurance, etc) you will find your allotment for housing, eating, everyday life, etc.

You may not need maximum loans. You may need all of it. You can always request more during the Aid year if necessary.

These values are the same for JB as OW because our campus falls under a few COCA qualifications, including a branch campus/satellite location, where our accreditation is an extension of OW so our estimated COA extends as well (I may not be 100% accurate on the mechanism of transference here, but the numbers are true). You can live a pretty great life in JB with that much cushion for living expenses. Sorry OW if that comes across bad - you all certainly have more to do with the money, even if less of it is available for “free use” (I’m making assumptions here, I could be wrong).

Either way don’t worry, there is no shortage of people looking to have future doctors on the hook for financial reimbursements/payments considering future earning potential.
The COA here is... unpleasant, you're definitely not wrong haha
 
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thats exactly how much I got in subisized loans. You can take out another 49000 or so in grad plus loans which covers everything else.
GradPLUS loans are very similar to the regular ones you have that cover $44K, but they have a higher interest rate. Its annoying, but you can apply for those and use it to cover the rest of your tuition expenses+living/food/car/whatever your heart desires, just be frugal! I'm sure if you reach out to financial aid they will walk you through the whole process.

Don't worry about the amount of money you are borrowing right now. Just focus on paying tuition, figuring out housing, and being frugal/modest with everything. There are tons of loan forgiveness programs and ways to pay back once you are working as a resident/attending. The whole debt load scares me too, but the way I've been thinking about it is: If everyone before me was able to figure it out, I'll be able to figure it out too. And so will you! We're all in the same boat.
As the posters above said, Grad Plus Loans. Pull out enough to cover the rest of tuition and your living expenses. Given it can be hard to predict costs though, some people just max out their unsubsidized and Grad Plus loans, and put any leftover money at the end of the year back in towards the principle. However that requires a strong enough will to not frivolously spend your extra loan money...

You can always consider HPSP or NHSC as well if you're looking to minimize your debt burden and don't mind the service requirements.
See below.



You will receive a notification when Grad PLUS loans become available for application (require a Master Promissary Note, which is available already for the 2019-2020 Aid year on student loans.gov)
Total amount of available aid will come in the realm of ~$97-98K (2018-2019), from which you can deduct your unsubsidized amount and any scholarships/grants to find what your Grad PLUS loan maximum can be. Either way, if you take that maximum and subtract out required costs (tuition, supplies, insurance, etc) you will find your allotment for housing, eating, everyday life, etc.

You may not need maximum loans. You may need all of it. You can always request more during the Aid year if necessary.

These values are the same for JB as OW because our campus falls under a few COCA qualifications, including a branch campus/satellite location, where our accreditation is an extension of OW so our estimated COA extends as well (I may not be 100% accurate on the mechanism of transference here, but the numbers are true). You can live a pretty great life in JB with that much cushion for living expenses. Sorry OW if that comes across bad - you all certainly have more to do with the money, even if less of it is available for “free use” (I’m making assumptions here, I could be wrong).

Either way don’t worry, there is no shortage of people looking to have future doctors on the hook for financial reimbursements/payments considering future earning potential.
THANK YOU all for your reassurance I was definitely starting to have a mid life crisis but I feel a little better now. I completed undergrad debt free so this was truly frightening to me as fear set in and trembled my heart.
 
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See below.



You will receive a notification when Grad PLUS loans become available for application (require a Master Promissary Note, which is available already for the 2019-2020 Aid year on student loans.gov)
Total amount of available aid will come in the realm of ~$97-98K (2018-2019), from which you can deduct your unsubsidized amount and any scholarships/grants to find what your Grad PLUS loan maximum can be. Either way, if you take that maximum and subtract out required costs (tuition, supplies, insurance, etc) you will find your allotment for housing, eating, everyday life, etc.

You may not need maximum loans. You may need all of it. You can always request more during the Aid year if necessary.

These values are the same for JB as OW because our campus falls under a few COCA qualifications, including a branch campus/satellite location, where our accreditation is an extension of OW so our estimated COA extends as well (I may not be 100% accurate on the mechanism of transference here, but the numbers are true). You can live a pretty great life in JB with that much cushion for living expenses. Sorry OW if that comes across bad - you all certainly have more to do with the money, even if less of it is available for “free use” (I’m making assumptions here, I could be wrong).

Either way don’t worry, there is no shortage of people looking to have future doctors on the hook for financial reimbursements/payments considering future earning potential.
Are grad plus loans already available considering tuition is due April 15?
 

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I looked at the tuition statement today and ended up with a total of about 95,000 per year, I totally freaked lol. :dead:

In addition to the tuition (~60k) they added ~28k in board/housing cost and then ~5k in college fees.

Does housing really come out to that much?? I'll be in Jonesboro btw.
Those estimates are for OW, since that is where COA is calculated for the purposes of loan potentials for both campuses. If JB were more separate, our COA calculations would come out differently and thus our students would have different loan capabilities. Since both campuses fall under the same accreditation we fall under the same COA calculation. For the purposes of loans, that calculation is listed.

Housing in JB is significantly cheaper than OW. Rent can be from $500-$1000/month (many options with utilities, cable, and internet included; some furnished) depending on how nice you want to go.

I survived on ~$72K living pretty comfortably, but I saved ~$5.5k because I am still on my parents insurance. Anything extra went to ridiculous lifestyle decisions that were completely unnecessary. Like weekly steak dinners kind of things that aren’t necessary, but damnit if I’m not going to treat myself.

Are grad plus loans already available considering tuition is due April 15?
Tuition is not due April 15th. FAFSA was due last month, and if you did that (or do it as soon as you get accepted) you’ll be good. The school wants to know that there is a plan for payment. FAFSA comes with a relative use the government is paying, so they like that.

No matter what you do in terms of loans, the school receives no money until the first day of class. This is why you can withdraw or cancel up to that day with no fear of repercussions from the government or your loan servicer. After that date, money is dispersed and has to be repaid. This is also why you do not get you loan refund until the first two weeks of class. If money was already paid out then you would have access to the funds before class started (if this were not the case then I would be suing, since loan disbursement indicates the beginning of interest charges and it would certainly be illegal to charge me interest on monies not actually doled out).

I have more detailed posts about this on previous pages. I encourage you to read them if you are interested.

Grad PLUS is not available yet, but even if it were it would not change the above information.
 
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But this says all payments are due April 16,2019
I can only speak from my two years of experience here and third cycle in applying for aid to attend here, so if you have more particular questions I would advise consulting the FA representative at the campus you will be attending. They can give you far more concise answers, up to date with any changes that may have occurred since my matriculation, as opposed to any answer I can give you here.

I understand your skepticism of my answers, and I can appreciate that you want to be sure you get done what you need to get done. I’ve given the best answers I can on this page and previous ones in this thread. The FA folks will be able to help you with that to a far greater extent than anyone on this forum.

But trust me - if it was a “gun-to-your-head” deadline, NYIT would be calling, sending letters, and knocking on doors to be sure they got their money. If they aren’t doing that, then I wouldn’t sweat it so much if I were you (which I sort of am, because NYIT is still collecting money from me as well).
 
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I can only speak from my two years of experience here and third cycle in applying for aid to attend here, so if you have more particular questions I would advise consulting the FA representative at the campus you will be attending. They can give you far more concise answers, up to date with any changes that may have occurred since my matriculation, as opposed to any answer I can give you here.

I understand your skepticism of my answers, and I can appreciate that you want to be sure you get done what you need to get done. I’ve given the best answers I can on this page and previous ones in this thread. The FA folks will be able to help you with that to a far greater extent than anyone on this forum.

But trust me - if it was a “gun-to-your-head” deadline, NYIT would be calling, sending letters, and knocking on doors to be sure they got their money. If they aren’t doing that, then I wouldn’t sweat it so much if I were you (which I sort of am, because NYIT is still collecting money from me as well).
Ah ok thank you
I’m the first in my family to kind of deal with all of this so I’m freaking out
 

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Ah ok thank you
I’m the first in my family to kind of deal with all of this so I’m freaking out
I feel you there. First-gen myself, as will be many of your classmates. But the worst part is over for you now, so try to enjoy these couple months of prep. Then you get to my point and it is Board stress.

I hope everyone here on this forum gets to understand the stress you feel right now.
 

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Ah ok thank you
I’m the first in my family to kind of deal with all of this so I’m freaking out
Hey! I was freaking out about this as well and emailed financial aid a month or so ago. They told me that as long as they see you have loans that are going to be dispersed in August, the April 16th tuition bill is considered “paid”.

The thing about loans like this is they are sent through the school to the students. So the school will automatically deduct out your tuition and then disperse the left over to you. It’s not like they give you a big lump sum and say “alright now pay tuition with that”. At least that’s how I understand it all to happen.

Just go on the governments student loans website, compete the counseling, fill out promissory notes for the two types and an application for Grad Plus. The school will send you info saying you can accept an unsubsidized loan and once you accept that they will offer you the other one, that’s how it worked for me.

Sorry for the long reply, but I hope that helps.
 
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Hey! I was freaking out about this as well and emailed financial aid a month or so ago. They told me that as long as they see you have loans that are going to be dispersed in August, the April 16th tuition bill is considered “paid”.

The thing about loans like this is they are sent through the school to the students. So the school will automatically deduct out your tuition and then disperse the left over to you. It’s not like they give you a big lump sum and say “alright now pay tuition with that”. At least that’s how I understand it all to happen.

Just go on the governments student loans website, compete the counseling, fill out promissory notes for the two types and an application for Grad Plus. The school will send you info saying you can accept an unsubsidized loan and once you accept that they will offer you the other one, that’s how it worked for me.

Sorry for the long reply, but I hope that helps.
Thank you. So basically once I’ve accepted the unsubsidized loan, the only other thing I need to do is fill out the promissory notes and apply for GradPlus loans?
 

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Thank you. So basically once I’ve accepted the unsubsidized loan, the only other thing I need to do is fill out the promissory notes and apply for GradPlus loans?
I believe so. Once I accepted that loan the other one popped up (a few days later) as being eligible for me to accept.

Also, check your NYIT email. I got an email Thursday from Tanya of the finically aid office and it has all the steps you should take. That might help too.
 
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Hey Y'all! I am applying this fall and I have a 3.49 GPA and I haven't taken the MCAT yet. I have a Spanish minor, a long list of extra curricular activities, volunteer and patient contact hours, and am in the military. Anyone with a 3.49 gpa get waitlisted or accepted this cycle? I can't find their admittance stats anywhere and I want to know if its even worth applying since I don't have a 3.6 or above. Thanks!
 

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Hey Y'all! I am applying this fall and I have a 3.49 GPA and I haven't taken the MCAT yet. I have a Spanish minor, a long list of extra curricular activities, volunteer and patient contact hours, and am in the military. Anyone with a 3.49 gpa get waitlisted or accepted this cycle? I can't find their admittance stats anywhere and I want to know if its even worth applying since I don't have a 3.6 or above. Thanks!
Apply and try your hand. People get accepted under a 3.6, that’s why that’s the average. We have Spanish majors, music majors, and more down here.
 
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Hey Y'all! I am applying this fall and I have a 3.49 GPA and I haven't taken the MCAT yet. I have a Spanish minor, a long list of extra curricular activities, volunteer and patient contact hours, and am in the military. Anyone with a 3.49 gpa get waitlisted or accepted this cycle? I can't find their admittance stats anywhere and I want to know if its even worth applying since I don't have a 3.6 or above. Thanks!
This seems to be a really common question premeds have. Average means average. Apply to schools you want to go to.
 
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Hey Y'all! I am applying this fall and I have a 3.49 GPA and I haven't taken the MCAT yet. I have a Spanish minor, a long list of extra curricular activities, volunteer and patient contact hours, and am in the military. Anyone with a 3.49 gpa get waitlisted or accepted this cycle? I can't find their admittance stats anywhere and I want to know if its even worth applying since I don't have a 3.6 or above. Thanks!
I'll be starting in August with a 3.3.
However, I did a Masters and got a 4.0. You should definitely apply with your gpa and background
 
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