Many professional schools require applicants to submit recommendation letters of academic and professional credential evaluations that are written by health professionals and undergraduate faculty/staff. Letters are key pieces to your professional school application. Each application has its own way of collecting letters and the type of letters varies from school to school. Check with the application service you are using for additional details and guidelines. You may see the word "Committee Letter" on an application site. The Medical Professions Advisement Office does not offer the committe letter option, but will be more than happy to create and submit a letter packet on your behalf. A letter packet is a set of recommendation letters that are assembled and collected and then distributed by your instituation or medical professions advisement office. If interested or would like to know more information please contact our Medical Professions Office.