I want to come to USU's School of Medicine and serve in the Army. If accepted, will I be guaranteed a spot in this service?

No. Students complete a preference statement on interview day ranking their interest in the branches of service. Every effort is made to accommodate this preference. However, when an individual is recommended for acceptance by the Admissions Committee and approved by the Dean for the School of Medicine, he or she will be offered an appointment in the Army if there are seats available. If there is no space available, a candidate may be offered admission to another branch of service or placed on the Army Wait List.