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    Acceptance/Time

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    Hi guys,
    I was just wondering, for those of you who got interviewed with Ross and then accepted, how long do they give you to tell them if you will attend or not? Also, do they require some type of deposit, and if so, how much? I was just wondering in case I did get in, how long I could wait, because I'm still waiting to hear back from other schools.

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    Good luck on your acceptance! When I was applying, I believe the amount was $500. It may have increased since then.


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    http://www.rossmed.edu/Medical_Schoo..._students.html

    The cost is $500 within two weeks of acceptance plus another $500 two months prior to the start of classes. Once again good luck on your acceptance. Ross called me two weeks after my interview with them to tell me I was accepted.


    Accepted Students

    Upon acceptance, there is a $500 non-refundable deposit required to reserve your place. An additional non-refundable $500 deposit required 60 days prior to the beginning of classes. The Admissions Office will mail a Welcome Packet to all applicants who submited a deposit. Prior to arriving on campus, all accepted students must submit three Health Certificate’s from a licensed physician, including a current list of immunizations as well as a current tuberculin (TB) test, HIV test and an Imaging Report. The certificates must be sent to the Admissions Office in New Jersey.
    Additional documents are required by the government of Dominica and are necessary in order to obtain a visa. These include:
    • Proof of roundtrip airplane ticket
    • International Money Order in the Amount of $40.00
    • Two color 2x2 passport-size photographs, signed on the back
    • Valid passport
    • Letter of good conduct from the student's local police department
    • Three Medical Examination of Applicants for Residence/Work Permits
    • Three Original Health Certificate Forms
    • Two Visa Application Forms
    Students should submit these items to the Admissions Office, 8 weeks prior to departing for Dominica. Upon acceptance, Ross University will assist students in completing the visa application process. In the majority of cases, the actual visa will be received once the student arrives in Dominica.
    • Official report of scores on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) must be submitted by all accepted students prior to enrollment.
    • Official Documentation includingall grades and degrees posted.
    Deferrals

    Prior to the start of classes, students admitted to a specific semester may request to defer their admission to a subsequent semester. There is no guarantee that a request for a deferral will be granted. There should be a very specific reason for making such a request. If a deferral is approved, it is limited to no more than the next two semesters. Those who do not begin enrollment during that period are considered to have deactivated their applications and must re-apply for admission. Applications for deferrals must be made to the Admissions Office. Students deferring to a future semester must meet all the requirements in effect for that semester. Students who are admitted for a given semester, but do not come to the Campus to register for that semester, and do not request a deferral, are considered to have deactivated their applications and must re-apply for admission.

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    Yes, that is correct. Additionally, ALL of that deposit is credited towards your tuition. Unless things have changed, Ross does not charge an acceptance fee as some other schools do.

    -M

    Quote Originally Posted by The Republic
    Good luck on your acceptance! When I was applying, I believe the amount was $500. It may have increased since then.
    MitchDC/MD
    RUSM 2006 Graduate

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    Thanks for the help, I really appreciate it.

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    Hey Carfanatic,

    You wanted to know how long they gave you to accept your spot, it is two weeks.

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    yeah i got the decision 1 week after the interview and they specify that i have to sumbit a $1000 deposit within 2 weeks to hold my seat.

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