Georgia Tech Letters of Evaluation Service
The Georgia Tech Letters of Evaluation (LOE) service is a letter packet compilation service for pre-health students and alumni. Pre-health advisors do not write letters of evaluation or committee letters. Instead, evaluators send their letters to Pre-Health Advising, and we disseminate the letters as a packet to health professional schools or application services (i.e. AMCAS, AACOMAS, AADSAS, TMDSAS, and/or AACPMAS) once an applicant makes a formal upload request.
- A maximum of 6 letters are allowed in your Letter Packet
- All school will accept your Letter Packet as it is an official GT service
- All letters submitted to the LOE packet service will be included in your packet of letters
LOE Virtual Drop-in Hours:
If you have quick questions related to the LOEs you can connect virtually with LOE Coordinator, Ms. Monique Morris,on Mondays 9:00-10:00 AM EDT and Thursdays 3:30-4:30 PM EDT. Please note that these meetings are PUBLIC space, so you may be joined via the BlueJeans conferencing platform here:[https://bluejeans.com/4545764087].
UPDATES ON NEW SYSTEM (as of April 14, 2020): Please check this section for the most up to date information on the status of the launch of the Letter Collection service.
April 14: We are exited to share that the GT Pre-Health Team has launched the second step for the LOE process. This step is where you will be able to request your letters of Recommendation and track them as they arrive to our office. A complete step-by-step manual and the link to the InfoReady system is posted on the GT Pre-Health Canvas site. If you have not registered on Canvas, please register here: http://www.prehealth.gatech.edu/register-canvas (note: new registrations for students and alumni will be added to Canvas once a week)
IMPORTANT: You should have confirmed ALL your letter-writers before you enter them into InfoReady. You should complete this stage of the process only once and should capture all your letter-writers' information at the same time. Once you submit your letter writer information on this step, you will not be able to go back and delete or change out letter writers.
April 3: We have launched the FIRST STEP, the "Intent to Apply," of the new GT LOE process. It is now available for students/alumni planning to apply this summer for the 2021 application cycle. In this step, applicants will indicate that they are planning to apply and identify what application services they will submit applications on. Links to submit your "Intent to Apply" are provided on our Canvas and Piazza sites. You can also check our Pre-Health Piazza site for other FAQs on the letters of evaluation.
- Direct questions to our LOE coordinator at email@example.com.
- Join any of the daily Group Drop-in Sessions with quick questions.
To ensure that we can process all letters for a timely review by admissions committees, we ask that letter writers adhere to our May 26 deadline.
2020 IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES:
December 16 “Preparing to Apply” Webinar (Check our Piazza and Canvas resources for the PowerPoint slides)
May 1 Extended Deadline- May 8- Deadline for students to declare their “Intent to Apply” (will open mid-March)
May 26 Deadline for LOEs submitted to GT Pre-Health Advising
June 1 Students may begin requesting uploads of completed letter packets
December 1 Deadline for upload requests (except for Post-Bacc and Caribbean schools)
When handling student records, GT Pre-health Advising adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). More information can be found here: http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/policies/ferpa/.