Qualified applicants will be invited for an on-campus interview after a thorough review by our Admissions Committees.
The Twin Cities Interview Day Experience
The interview day experience on the Twin Cities campus is a full day program where our hope is you will walk away with more information about our school than you had when you entered the building.
For this year, we will be utilizing the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Program. The MMI is a circuit exercise, where applicants are presented scenarios that will measure non-cognitive characteristics such as communication skills, professionalism, ethical decision making and moral behavior.
Applicants will go through a 10 station circuit exercise (8 evaluated stations and two rest stations). Two of the 8 evaluated stations are team exercises. The stations will be 7 minutes in length with 4 minutes in between each station. Prior to beginning the MMI, each applicant will have 1 20-minute freeform recruitment conversation. This evaluated interaction allows you to meet with a member of our medical school community, where you will be asked some open-ended structured questions and you will also have the opportunity to learn more about the medical school community. For more information, please view this MMI presentation.
Schedule of the Day
8:15 Welcome & MMI Overview: Office of Admissions
9:00 MMI Interviews
11:30 Conversation with Medical School Faculty Member
12:20 Lunch with Current Medical Students
1:10 Diversity Dialogue Activity
1:40 Driven to Discover Presentation
2:30 Interview Day Wrap Up
To request disability accommodations for access during your interview, please contact Matt Belinski, Director of Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to your interview day.
The Duluth Campus Interview Day Experience
On the Duluth campus, we interview Monday through Friday, and we usually host two to four candidates each day. You'll have two one-on-one interviews with voting members of our admissions committee. Each interview is scheduled for an hour so you have plenty of time to shine. Before your interviews, you'll have informal conversations with admissions and financial aid staff. After your interviews, you'll have lunch with other candidates and current medical students.