No strict application deadline is set by the Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
Term of Entry
Fall term preferred but applications may be considered for other terms of entry. Fall quarter begins in early September.
The Office of Student Affairs provides housing information which outlines opportunities for on- campus housing as well as housing available near the Medical Center and in other areas of Chicago and its adjoining suburbs. Questions about housing should be directed to the Office of Student Affairs at 312-942- 6302. You may also visit our website at www.rushu.rush.edu/studentlife/housing.
Rush University has a comprehensive financial aid program for students with demonstrated need. Finan- cial aid is available in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and work study opportunities.
For financial aid purposes the following projected expenses will be included in the student budget in addition to tuition (these figures are estimates based on
2007-2008 budget): Tuition
$5,634 per quarter
Living Allowance $5,040 per quarter
Books/Supplies Health Insuran
$645 per academic year $3,330 per academic year
Questions regarding financial aid should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Aid at 312-942-6256 or visit our website at www.rushu.rush.edu/finaid.
Send transcripts and any supporting application documents to College Admission Services at the address listed below.
For any further information or to speak to an admissions counselor contact:
College Admission Services Rush University 600 S. Paulina, Suite 440 Chicago, Illinois 60612-3869
Tel 312-942-7100 Fax 312-942-2219
To apply on-line: www.rushu.rush.edu/admiss/hlthadm.html
Equal Opportunity Policy
Discrimination or harassment against any member of the Rush University Medical Center community (i.e., employee, faculty, house staff, student, or patient) because of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital or parental status, disability as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, or any other category protected by federal or state law is prohibited and will not be tolerated, nor will any person for those reasons be excluded from the participation in or denied the benefits of any program or activity within Rush University Medical Center or Rush University. For the academic sector, Beverly B. Huckman, Associate Vice President for Equal Opportunity in the Office of the President, has been designated to oversee the implementation of this policy. Ms. Huckman can be reached at (312) 942-7093, Suite 128, Professional Office Building.