KSUCPM Prematriculation Program 2022 (6-22 July)
Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine’s Pre-Matriculation Program is an intensive 2.5-week course designed to provide members of the Class of 2026 an extensive orientation into the first-semester basic sciences curriculum as well as provide instruction on learning skills, wellness and medical terminology. Students will learn valuable study skills to cope with the rigor and pace that accompanies podiatric medical school.

This program will be offered on campus, with some days being online (through the KSU's Canvas Learning Management system. Students who participate must commit to the entire length of the program.

The schedule will be structured so that the first 3 days will be introductory material, wellness and ice breaker type activities and self-assessments. For the following 10 days, the expected workload will include two basic science modules (approximately 1-2 hours’ worth of work each) and one learning skill or medical terminology module per day.

Students who register for the Pre-Matriculation Program consent to have their AACPMAS application and all information submitted as part of the application shared with the Pre-Matriculation Committee.
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