Hurricane Sandy: MCAT Classes and Communication
October 29, 2012
To our MCAT students:
As always, we are committed to the success and well-being of our students and our faculty. As a business, we try our best to remain in operation during periods of inclement weather to provide information about class cancellations in your area and to provide assistance to ensure that you can continue with your studies with minimal disruptions.
We have a team of Kaplan representatives ready to help. However, due to increased call volumes, students may experience a delay in reaching an Enrollment and Experience representative by telephone or email. We appreciate your patience during this time. Please be assured that we remain absolutely committed to your educational success and want to do our part in easing any concerns you may have.
We will contact you if there are any changes to your regularly scheduled class. If you do not receive any notification, you should assume your class will meet as scheduled.
Most importantly, we hope you and your families stay safe during this time. Your safety and well-being is a primary concern, and we look forward to continuing to support you as best we can.
A long-time instructor for Kaplan, I've worked in a variety of roles and have been an important factor in the success of pre-med students throughout the world. Now, as assistant director of pre-health programs I'm responsible for managing our social media outreach (including this blog) as well as for overseeing many of our partnerships throughout the country. I earned my BS in Biology from Emory University, and when not working with premeds I love to spend time traveling and doing anything in or around the ocean.