Pre-Professional Programs


The pre-med advisors are Dr. Kelli Sapp ( and Dr. Angela Bauer ( from the Department of Biology and Dr. Kyle Sunderland ( from the Department of Exercise Science.


Becoming a doctor requires a serious educational commitment. It typically takes from 11 to 16 years to complete your education, including four years of college (undergraduate school), four years of medical school and anywhere from three to eight years of training in a specific specialty area (residency training), depending on which specialty you choose to pursue. In order to maintain a medical license, doctors are also required to continue taking courses and learning about advancements in their field throughout their career.

There are more than 120 physician specialities in addition to primary care physicians and surgeons.

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The High Point Admissions Office is Located in Wrenn Hall.

Tours are available 7 days a week. Please contact us to schedule your visit.
(800) 345-6993
(336) 841-9216
(336) 888-6382 (fax)