The Career Services Office facilitates many aspects of the Residency Application process for Fourth Year DO students. This includes writing the Dean's Letter, or Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE), handling letters of recommendations from physicians, reviewing student CVs and Personal Statements and coordinating the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) process. Access to ERAS commences for each class on July 1 at the end of Third Year.
** Please submit all ERAS-related questions to the following campus e-mail address: ERAS@unthsc.edu or to the AAMC ERAS help desk at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call ERAS at (202) 862-6264. We will send all ERAS-related communication from the UNTHSC ERAS e-mail address to UNTHSC-issued student e-mail addresses. Also, follow us on Twitter for important ERAS messages: @UNTHSCareers **
Below are a few documents and resources to help students navigate through this process:
MyERAS login (for 2013 applicants)
ERAS 2013 Survival Guide NEW! 6/28/12 - for Class of 2013
ERAS 2013 User Guide (from the AAMC/ERAS website)
Residency 100 Presentation (ERAS/Dean's Letter) - From 12/16/11 Presentation
Residency 101 Presentation - From 3/23/12 Presentation
Residency Interviewing (MP3 audio file) - From 12/15/11 Presentation
Letter of Recommendation Request Form (to request letters from preceptors). Fields Can be populated and saved. **This is the version that is customized for UNTHSC.
Letter of Recommendation Request Form - Generic AAMC version
Letter of Recommendation Summary Request (for feedback regarding an existing confidential letter of recommendation) - Be sure and login to OrgSync to optimize use of this form! ** If you just need to check on whether a letter or rec has arrived in the Career Services Office, call our front desk at 817-735-5006 or e-mail email@example.com
Dean's Letter Personal Profile Submission Form - submit before your Dean's Letter Interview during your Third Year (generally between March and August. Log into 'MyHSC' to access and submit form (look in DO/PA/PT tab).
Dean's Letter Sample - Composite from various scenarios