Is the Alderson Broaddus University physician assistant studies program accredited?
When is the application deadline for the Alderson Broaddus University physician assistant studies program?
If I apply late in the CASPA cycle will The Alderson Broaddus University physician assistant studies program consider my application?
How many students are accepted each year?
How many prospective students apply each year?
What is the average GPA of accepted students?
Can I send my application directly to Alderson Broaddus University?
Does the AB PA program require a supplemental application?
Can I attend the PA program part-time?
Do I have to have a bachelor’s degree before I apply to the program?
Do I have to have health care experience to apply to AB’s PA program?
Can I work or pursue another degree while in the program?
Where do PA students live while attending the program?
Is financial aid available?
What does a typical day look like for a student in the didactic year of the curriculum?
What is didactic clinical call?
What is the faculty to student ratio?
What sort of hands-on learning opportunities are available in the didactic year?
Are there breaks between semesters?
Where will I obtain my clinical clerkship experience?
Will I be able to request an “elective” clinical clerkship?
Will I be returning to campus during the clinical clerkship year?
Am I responsible for costs to/from campus for callback days?