I'm graduating this week, so I need to change my email/address stuff. I pulled this off the AMCAS website: "Allowed biographic data changes (see above link to the AMCAS Application Outline) can be made in the application itself by the applicant, and do not require that the applicant submit a change request to AMCAS. For example, if you wish to update you preferred email address, simply enter your new address on the application page, re-certify and re-submit your application. IMPORTANT NOTE: YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE UPDATED UNLESS YOU RE-CERTIFY AND RE-SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION, EVEN THOUGH IT MAY APPEAR ON YOUR PRINTED APPLICATION AS THOUGH YOUR CHANGE HAS BEEN MADE." Now I'm confused. How do you recertify and resubmit once you get the new "change notification process" button. There is no more recertify/resubmit on my app, there are only change requests under the new button. But the message above implied that a change request is not the same thing as a recertify/resubmit. Has anybody tried to change their info like this yet? I'm thinking that my school is going to shut down my email account soon after I graduate, so I will start missing important emails soon unless I change it. Also, has anybody actually noticed if this process works or not? That is, after you changed your contact info, did you notice schools updating their stuff automatically after you changed AMCAS or did you have to write/email/call each school to change the info?