The AMCAS program accepts applicants' letters of evaluation via the AMCAS Letter Service and distributes them to participating medical schools electronically. This service enables letter authors to send their letters to the AMCAS program rather than to each individual school. Letter writers may submit letters through the AMCAS Letter Writer Application or Interfolio.
If a medical school participates in the AMCAS Letter Service, all letters must be sent through the AMCAS application. Medical schools that participate in the AMCAS application for admission to their MD program also participate in the AMCAS Letter Service unless noted on this page. Please note, participation is subject to change. Schools that do not participate in the AMCAS Letter Service may still require letters of evaluation from you. To review a medical school's requirements for letters of evaluation, visit their admissions website.
Non-Participating Medical Schools
Letter Resources for Applicants
- How to Apply - Section 6: Letters of Evaluation
- Letters of Evaluation FAQ
- How to Add Letter Entries and Assign Them to Medical Schools (video tutorial)
Letter Resources for Advisors and Other Letter Authors
Direct your letter authors to visit the AMCAS Letter Service page specifically for them, where they'll find instructions on how to write letters of evaluation and submit them to the AMCAS application.