Interfolio Deliveries for Medical & Dental Applicants
We will do our best to have the most updated information listed here about your application service, but it is recommended that you check with the application service directly. Applicants are responsible for submitting materials on time and complete.
Applying to Medical or Dental School?
In this article, you will find information on what type of delivery to start, how to create the delivery, and find out the specific details (if any) around getting your materials to your perspective medical or dental application. Most applications to medical and/or dental school can be submitted using an Interfolio delivery.
With a premium Dossier Deliver account, you can send your materials by:
Learn more below.
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Can I Deliver My Materials Using Interfolio?
Yes! The most common deliveries are:
In the section below there are a list of common health profession applications that Interfolio currently supports, along with a list of those that are not supported.
If for some reason Interfolio is unable to complete your preferred delivery method, we recommend asking the service if you may submit the documents via email or mail delivery. Interfolio can do so, here are some materials to aid you as you choose to email or mail your delivery materials delivery.
What application services can Interfolio send to?
Please note this is not a definitive list of services Interfolio does and does not support. These are simply the services Interfolio is currently aware. If the service you use is not listed here, you may want to first check to see if they will accept a 3rd Party Dossier Service submission of materials.
Supported as of March 2018
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* An asterisk denotes an employment or fellowship opportunity searchable through your Interfolio account
Not-Supported as of March 2018
Searching Interfolio for Medical and Dental School Opportunities in your Interfolio Account
Institutions, and other various services, use Interfolio as their primary source for gathering materials from their applicants. Some medical and dental organizations have searchable opportunities listed with us as well.
Applicants can search Interfolio's list of employment and fellowship opportunities and have their materials delivered via the recipient's preferred method of delivery.
Possible Reasons Interfolio Cannot Process Your Deliveries to Medical/Dental School
As mentioned above there are some applications Interfolio is not able to support. We would love to be able to get all of your materials to the proper destination, but sometimes it is out of our hands. Here are a few reason why an Interfolio delivery may be put on hold or cancelled:
The recipient requires supplemental questions; as a 3rd party Interfolio cannot answers on behalf of your evaluators.
- Even if you or the evaluator gave Interfolio the answers, we still cannot provide the answers on their behalf. Interfolio could be held liable if any information we supply on their behalf is not accurate. Oftentimes we will not know what the form includes until our processing team gets started on the delivery. Please allow for enough time in between submitting your applications and getting letters delivered. Please pay close attention to Interfolio's processing window times for all delivery types.
There are not enough delivery credits in your account to process the delivery.
- You can always add more delivery credits to your account if you run out. Click here for information on how to add delivery credits to your Dossier Deliver subscription.
The submitted letters do not include proper formatting.
- Please check with your schools and the application services to see what is proper formatting for a letter of recommendation. Interfolio already quality checks your letters when they are included in a delivery. We check to make sure the person you requested from is who wrote the letter, and we make sure the letter is written for you. We will check other details upon request of the applicant: letterhead, signature, date, if the letter is for medical or dental school, or if it is a generic letter.