Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee (PHPAC)
The Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee (PHPAC) process guides, advises, and gets to know Loyola students and alumni/ae better to evaluate them personally, academically, and on their professional orientation when applying to health professional schools. The committee process is a means for a Committee Advisor and the entire Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee to assess committee participants for their chosen health profession. The committee cycle extends from November (fall semester) through the following summer.
If an applicant applies to health professional school through the Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee and is not accepted during that application cycle, he or she may be eligible to participate in the Re-applicant process administered through the Pre-Health Professions program.
The Pre-Health Professions Advisory Committee has curated a series of resources:
- Whether this is your first time applying to a health professional school or not, these application resources are vital to supporting you in the process.
- If you're a re-applicant interested in having an addendum written in support of a previous PHPAC Letter, you'll want to review these re-applicant resources.
- Maybe you have a question regarding the process. Check out our frequently asked questions page!
- Our 2022 Entry PHPAC Policies and Procedures Manual (Revised) document details how you can participate in the PHPAC.