“I am extremely happy that I chose the University of Cincinnati because I feel that it’s a quality program that will help me professionally when I retire from the military. The facilitators are active within their groups and are always available to lend a helping hand. I would recommend the University of Cincinnati’s Clinical Laboratory Science (MLS) program to anyone who is serious about their education. I know that when I graduate I will have truly earned my degree, will be fully prepared for the national registry and will be proud to hang the diploma on my wall.”
Drexel’s Decision Process
Drexel accepts approximately 75 students per year. Applicants are reviewed following the interview sessions, and some are offered early acceptance. We do not fill the entire class until interviews have concluded. All decisions should be made by the end of April. Accepted applicants will receive a phone call from the Director of Admissions notifying them of their status, followed by an acceptance packet from the Office of Graduate Admissions. Applicants placed on the wait list will receive an email notifying them of their status, along with a request to confirm that they accept their position on the wait list. Nonaccepted applicants will be notified via a letter from the Office of Graduate Admissions of Drexel University.