Ross University signs Acceleration Agreement with Fairleigh Dickinson University


Edison, N.J. - Ross University, an international provider of medical and veterinary education, announced it has signed acceleration agreements with Fairleigh Dickinson University that will allow students who have completed specific requirements following their third year of undergraduate study to attend Ross University School of Medicine or Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following completion of their first year at Ross University, the students will then receive their undergraduate degrees from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

"This agreement is a tremendous incentive to highly-motivated and focused students to begin their medical or veterinary training at Ross University as soon as possible," said Dr.Thomas Shepherd, President of Ross University.

Ross University will offer guaranteed admission into its Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine programs to Fairleigh Dickinson juniors who have met specific requirements and completed all required prerequisites. Upon enrollment at Ross University, these students must continue to meet and maintain specific requirements in order to receive their undergraduate degree following completion of their first year of medical or veterinary training.