Trinity School of Medicine Admission Requirements

Undergraduate Credit Hours

A minimum of 90 credit hours (or equivalent) from a regionally accredited undergraduate institution and the completion of the required courses below prior to matriculation.

Required Courses
  1. Biology - one academic year with laboratory experience. Advanced placement credits cannot be used to satisfy this requirement; upper level courses should be taken if granted advance placement credits.
  2. General/Inorganic Chemistry with Lab – one academic year.
  3. Organic Chemistry with Lab - one academic year. A semester of biochemistry (with or without lab) may substitute for the 2nd semester of organic chemistry.
  4. Physics* - one academic year of general physics. Advance placement credit may be used to satisfy one semester of the physics requirement. * Exceptions will be considered
  5. Mathematics – one semester of college level mathematics, calculus or bio statistics highly recommended.
  6. English – any non-science courses that involve substantial experience in expository writing will satisfy this requirement.


MCAT - Medical College Admissions Test scores (strongly desired, required for U.S. and Canadian applicant)

Supporting Documentation
The following documentation must be provided in anticipation of progressing to the next level of the admissions process:
  • Completed Application for Admission - Applicants may submit Trinity School of Medicine's Online Application or a current and processed AMCAS, AACOMAS, TMDSAS, or OMSAS Application in pdf form.  » Visit the Admissions Process page for more details.
  • Application fee of $40 (U.S.)
  • Letters of Recommendation - Must come directly from a University Pre-health advising office, professors, physicians, supervisors at a place of employment, etc. who are not family relatives of the applicant and must confirm the applicant’s academic ability and/or provide evidence of positive character traits. This requirement may be satisfied by a combined committee that prepares such letters otherwise, two letters must be provided, one of which must be from an academic source.  » Visit the Admissions Process page for more details.
  • Transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended - undergraduate colleges, graduate and/or professional programs attended. If you are invited for an interview unofficial transcripts must be replaced with official transcripts from each institution submitted directly to the Office of Admissions from the issuing institution.