Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program Admitted Students

What's next? Now that you have been admitted to our Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program, follow these steps for a smooth transition back to school.

First, Confirm Your Enrollment

Let us know you are planning to join our post-bacc community by submitting your $350 enrollment deposit at Select “2021 Summer Session 1” for the term.

This non-refundable deposit will be applied fully to your first tuition bill.

Login to your Agnes Scott Email

As a new student, you will receive an email from our office with your Agnes Scott email login information after you are enrolled.

Once you have received your username, email address, and initial password, log on at Email us at if you have any difficulty logging in

Complete Online Registration Preparation Form

All enrolled post-bacc students need to complete the Post-Bacc Pre-Med Registration Preparation Form to be registered for classes. Students are required to complete all courses within the curriculum unless otherwise approved by the program director.

Review Financial Aid Options

If you would like to be considered for federal educational loans, complete your 2021-2022 FAFSA as a 5th year undergraduate student, using Agnes Scott’s school code 001542.

See our financial aid page for complete details and funding options available for non-degree seeking post-bacc students.

Submit Final Transcripts

If you completed your degree during the application process, submit your official, final transcript showing proof of an earned bachelor’s degree directly from your graduating institution (unless it is Agnes Scott College). Review your application status page for the outstanding transcripts required to enroll. We recommend that all applicants submit their documents electronically to avoid a delay in processing.

Final materials should be sent as follows:

MailOffice of Graduate and Extended Programs
Agnes Scott College
141 E. College Avenue
Decatur, GA 30030

Submit Required Immunization Records

All Agnes Scott students are required to comply with the mandatory immunization guidelines outlined by our Wellness Center. Before the start of the semester, you will need to fulfill this requirement by uploading your immunization documents to your student patient portal July 1.

  • Log on to the portal using your Agnes Scott username and password.
  • In the portal, you will see a variety of health document upload options, but post-bacc students are only required to upload their immunization documents.

Contact the Wellness Center at with any immunization questions.

Student Health Insurance Options

Post-bacc students have the option to sign-up for student health insurance through Agnes Scott College.

Details and registration will be available during spring semester on the Wellness Center website.

If you would like to sign-up for student health insurance, please contact or 404.471.7100.

Review and Pay Your Tuition

Once your registration has been processed, you can review your bill in AscAgnes under "My Account Statement." You will receive an email from our Office of Accounting to set-up your account to pay your balance.

Students should pay their tuition and fees online here, and must login using their Agnes Scott student email address.

Payment Plan Options:

For fall and spring semester, students have the ability to pay their tuition in one payment by the deadline at the beginning of each semester or establish a tuition payment plan. For more information about establishing a payment plan, visit

Save-the-Date to Attend Orientation

Students are required to attend Post-Baccalaureate Orientation before the program begins. The 2021 Post-Baccalaureate Orientation will be held virtually on May 27, 2021 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You will receive an email with more details about Post-Baccalaureate Orientation in early May, and after you have enrolled.

Connect With Your Faculty Director

Have questions about the courses in our post-baccalaureate program or outside of the classroom opportunities? Contact Mary Nell Higley Summey, Director of the Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program at


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