Admission to RPCT
Admissions to the Rural Primary Care Track will be based on the applicants background and experiences in rural and underserved communities and their desire to become primary care physicians. Applicants will be interviewed by faculty and staff from ETSU's Rural and Community Programs. The Rural Primary Care Track has a rolling admissions policy. Students interested in applying may complete the application upon acceptance to the Quillen College of Medicine. Interviews for the Rural Primary Care Track Class of 2027 will begin January 15, 2023.
- Applicants Interviews prior to April 1 will be notified of their application status by April 25.
- Applicants Interviewed after April 1 will be notified of their application status by June 25.
Applicants must first have a letter of acceptance to the Quillen College of Medicine.