The purpose of the B/MD Program are:
Students eligible to apply to the program will be residents of Indiana and meet the following criteria:
a minimum SAT score of 1200 excluding the writing score or 1800 including the writing score on a single sitting of a nationally administered SAT or ACT score of 27 and
a high school grade point average of at least 3.5/4.0
Admission to the joint B/MD program is a dual process. Students entering the program will be independently accepted into the undergraduate program at the University of Southern Indiana and the medical degree program at Indiana University School of Medicine.
The following procedure will be followed:
Neither acceptance into the University of Southern Indiana nor a recommendation to forward the student’s application to the Admissions Committee of Indiana University School of Medicine guarantees acceptance by the School of Medicine. Selected students will have a provisional seat in Indiana University School of Medicine.
The application will contain the following:
Sign and send the completed application along with a completed application for undergraduate admission for the University of Southern Indiana; an official, current high school transcript; and your letters of evaluation to:
B/MD Advisory Committee
Indiana University School of Medicine–Evansville Center
University of Southern Indiana
8600 University Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47712.
Applications must be postmarked no later than January 15.
Retention and Progression
Once admitted into the program, the student must meet defined criteria to claim the provisional seat reserved in the Indiana University School of Medicine. Those criteria are as follows:
Students may major in any field but must complete specified courses for this program and application to medical school. If a student fails to meet the above requirements, they will not be allowed to matriculate directly into the Indiana University School of Medicine. The student may seek admission to the School of Medicine through normal pathways, including the interview.
Six students will be selected each year. The University of Southern Indiana will provide full tuition waivers for the undergraduate portion of the program, not to exceed eight academic semesters. (scholarship guidelines)
If a student fails to maintain the required GPA, they will be dismissed from the program and their level of scholarship will drop back to the level of the departmental scholarship awarded upon application as a freshman at the University of Southern Indiana (assuming the student meets the minimum grade point average requirements for that scholarship).
The USI pre-medical advisor and the B/MD Advisory Committee will advise the students.
If you need additional information about this program or the pre-medicine program at USI, feel free to contact the academic advisor for these programs, Dr. Ken Walsh. You may visit his office SC2263 in the Chemistry Department, Science Center, or contact him at 812-461-5253 or email.