Physician Assistant Academies
American Academy of Physician Assistants
The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) is recognized as the only national organization representing physician assistants in the United States. Because it shares many concerns with the Association of Physician Assistant Programs (e.g., certification, postgraduate education, etc.), the two organizations maintain a close working relationship. The Association of Physician Assistant Programs has had a representative in the AAPA House of Delegates since 1985. Contact AAPA.
Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
The association recognizes Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (SAAAPA) as the organization that best represents physician assistant students. The student academy is represented at the Association of Physician Assistant Programs by appointing an SAAAPA member as liaison to its board of directors. Contact SAAAPA.
Department of Physician Assistant Policies
- Admission Policy
- Advanced Placement Policy
- Course Credit Policy
- Student Work Policy
- Medical Terminology Policy
- Technical Standards Policy
- Transfer Credit Policy
- Accepted applicants will receive housing information one to two months before the start of the academic year. First-year students will receive a list of contacts for potential rotation housing during summer semester. For more information, visit the WMU Housing and Residence Life website.
- If you are interested is offering housing to a WMU PA student, please fill out the housing form and fax it to the Department of Physician Assistant at (269) 387-5319.