MCAT/DAT Training Conference for Undergraduates

MCAT/DAT Training Conference for Undergraduates

MCAT/DAT Training Conference for Undergraduates

Students, after completion of two years of college, may participate in a summer residential program to assist them in preparation for the MCAT or DAT. Students participate in small group, interactive sessions focusing on MCAT or DAT preparation. Weekly supervised practice test sessions are conducted. In addition, a library of preparation materials is available from the Office for Minority & Rural Affairs. Special instructions in essay writing, application preparation, and interview techniques are also provided. Tours, demonstrations, and lectures are arranged at the medical and dental schools. Participants are also assisted with volunteer and research opportunities.


MCAT/DAT students


This year's MCAT Review Summer Workshop will be held Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - Saturday, June 28, 2014. All application materials must be received by March 1, 2014.


University of Louisville School of Medicine

Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Abell Administration Building, Room 502

323 E. Chestnut St., Louisville Kentucky 40202

Attn: MCAT-DAT Review Summer Workshop

Please choose the correct application to submit:

If you are a Kentucky Resident, - click here to view the application

If you are a Non-Kentucky Resident, then click here to view the application

(These applications are a PDF file. Please print them and complete the application.)

DAT Students


students in class

Medical School Admission Counseling

All Kentucky minority students taking the MCAT and/or applying to the School of Medicine are contacted individually, advised and counseled by staff, and provided supplemental information regarding admission and financial aid. Participants in the high school and college program activities are periodically surveyed to determine their current career interests.