Accepted Students Info

Info and Useful Resources for Incoming Students

How to Submit Your Application Fee and Admissions Deposit

  • Applications will not be reviewed by the Program until the non-refundable $30.00 application fee is submitted.
  • Candidates invited to join the program need to remit a non-refundable $500.00 deposit to hold their seat. 
  • Application Fees and Admissions Deposits (for accepted candidates) can be paid via check, money order, or credit card.
    • For payment by check or money order, mail a check or money order to Emory & Henry College at: Emory & Henry College Office of Admissions, P.O. Box 947, Emory, VA 24327. Please make sure to include your specific CASPA application number on the check or money order.
    • For payment by credit/debit card, call our Centralized Student Assistance (CSA) office: 276-944-6113. Please make sure to provide your specific CASPA application number when calling in your payment.
    • For payment online please follow one of the two links:

Textbook Requirements*

View all didactic-phase courses along with required text(s) per course.
Access the E&H Library’s AccessMedicine ‘database’ to view required texts at no cost to students.
*Please keep in mind these textbook requirements are subject to change at any time. 

Additional Resources

View useful additional resources for accepted/incoming students (these resources are for your reference).

These additional resources include the following:

  • Boot Camp Schedule

  • Didactic Phase Block Schedules

  • Laptop Computer Specifications

  • List of Advanced Clinical Procedures Training

  • Our Program’s Content Blueprint

  • Student Handbooks

Our Week-Long Boot Camp and Orientation Session

During the first week of the didactic-phase, the MPAS Program has a required boot camp/orientation session. This boot camp is specifically designed to help prepare incoming students for the rigorous program and experiential activities at the Mel Leaman Free Clinic at Emory & Henry. All students are required to have subscriptions to American Family Physician and Prescriber’s Letter beginning on the second day of Bootcamp. will include the following:

  • Orientation to the Mel Leaman Free Clinic at Emory & Henry College
  • Supplemental Lectures in Anatomy, Medical Physiology, and/or Clinical Medicine to acquaint students with faculty teaching and testing styles

  • Specific Training on the Following: 

    • Airborne and Bloodborne Pathogens, Universal Precautions, and Hand Hygiene for Infection Control

    • Ethical Issues

    • FERPA and Student Privacy

    • ALICE, Fire and Life Safety

    • HIPAA & Healthcare Professional Communication

    • Safety Data Sheets

  • Introduction to Team-Based Learning

  • Introduction to the Kelly Library resources, including but not limited to our electronic databases and texts. 
  • Introduction to the Powell Resource Center resources.
  • Workshops on notetaking, study, and medical textbook/article reading skills all designed to increase effectiveness while also shorten the amount of time students spend on studying and reading.

  • Workshops on test-taking skills including mock exams

  • Workshops on self-care and life as a PA Student

Every August, we provide a 3-day PANCE Board Review Session with CME4Life. Here, the Class of 201...Every August, we provide a 3-day PANCE Board Review Session with CME4Life. Here, the Class of 2019 are attending the workshop in the SHS Lecture Hall