Medical Physician Preparation (MPP) Academy

A Division of the NAPCA Foundation

We are committed to building a diverse pipeline of future medical doctors, as early as 4th grade, that is more representative of the U.S. population.

Admitted Students

MPP Middle School Program

Welcome to NAPCA!

We chose you because you demonstrated your academic ability, leadership promise and personal commitment to thrive in NAPCA’s academic enrichment, college readiness, and career exploration program. You will be part of a very select group of diverse, talented and highly motivated individuals who will be the newest members of the NAPCA Family. We look forward to helping you develop new friendships while experiencing college life, exploring and experiencing different career paths, and developing the mindset and skills needed to succeed in school and beyond. Congratulations!

Below are the next steps you need to take to accept our offer of admission, secure your enrollment, and prepare for your arrival to the program.

Secure Your Enrollment

Please complete the following 3 steps to secure your enrollment in NAPCA’s Medical Physician Preparation Program.

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Accept Your Admission Offer

To accept your offer of admission, please click the button below.

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Secure Your Seat in the Program.

Space is limited. Seats fill up fast. Secure your seat today.

Whether you are a returning family or brand new, we can’t wait to host your kids and teens this year at NAPCA.

To secure your seat in the program, you will need to:

  • Pay your total cost of attendance in FULL or
  • Pay at least 25% of your total cost of attendance (non-refundable deposit) to secure your child’s enrollment in the program.
    • Parents must pay the remaining balance in full by the payment deadline, which can be found in the student’s admission decision letter. Payment deadlines vary by program location.
    • Your total cost of attendance can be found in the student’s admission decision letter.

 

Important: Your total cost of attendance and payment deadline can be found in your admission decision letter.

DISCOUNTS

NAPCA is offering great incentives and promotions to families that sign up early.

Early Bird Discount

Save $100:
  • Pay your total cost of attendance in Full at least 6 months or 180 days prior to the start of your program and you will receive $100 off your total cost to attend the program.

Sibling Discount

Receive 10% off the total cost of attendance, after the first sibling.
  • After your first child’s enrollment, get 10% off the total cost of the program for each additional sibling.
Note: The sibling discount can be combined with financial aid awarded by NAPCA.
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PAYMENT METHODS

Parents can pay online with a major credit card or bank debit card. VISA, American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, and others are accepted. To pay online, visit mpp.NAPCAonline.org/online-payment

Parents can mail a cashier’s check from a bank institution directly to our office. Please include the student’s full name, program name and location, and date of birth on your cashier’s check.

Please make cashier’s checks payable to “NAPCA Foundation”.

Mailing Address:
NAPCA Foundation
Office of Students Accounts
2600 W. Olive Ave., 5th Floor
Suite 500
Burbank, California 91505

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Review Required & Optional Participation Forms

Required Forms

Description: Blanket liability waiver for the student’s participation in on-campus and off- campus activities associated with the NAPCA program.

Download: Click Here to download the form.

Description: Provides permission to NAPCA to photograph/film students during class and activities and to use photos and videos for promotional use (website).

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Medical information that is required in case of an admission to a local hospital.

Download: Click Here to download the form.

Description: An agreement between the parent(s) or guardian(s), the student, and NAPCA on the rules and expectations of students enrolled in the program.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Provides permission for our staff to release students from NAPCA to designated person(s) other than the parent or guardian.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Optional Forms

Below are optional forms for students and their parents to complete.

  • (Permission for Student to Sign-Out of the Program and Leave Campus Without A Parent or Guardian)

Description: Provides permission for our staff to release students from NAPCA at the end of each day without having a parent/guardian or designated person to pick up student.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Description: Required to request approval for a residential student to leave campus during the program.

Deadline: 1 day prior to student’s departure.

Download: Click Here to download form.

Fill-Out and Sign Required Participation Forms via Docusign

In order to participate in NAPCA programs, all students and their parents or legal guardians must

fill out and sign all required participation forms.

Prepare For Your Arrival

Once your required participation forms are submitted and your cost of attendance is paid, it’s time to get ready to attend the NAPCA’s MPP Program.

Below are some steps you need to take to prepare for your arrival.

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To make sure you’re ready for NAPCA, we’ve put together a list of required and recommended items to bring with you to the program.

Click Here to download the list of items to bring with you to NAPCA.

Students must arrange for their own transportation to and from NAPCA.

Students may attend NAPCA’s MPP Academy as residential or commuting students.

Each option provides unique advantages and opportunities to our participants. Students who live at a distance geographically, or who are eager to experience the full benefit of living on a university campus, should apply to be residential students.

Students who live a manageable distance from campus, or who can arrange to stay with local area family or family friends, may attend NAPCA as commuting students.

Regardless of whether a student lives on campus or stays at home, NAPCA offers a challenging summer of academic enrichment, career exploration and planning, social-emotional skills development, and opportunity for personal development.

 

Residential Students

The ultimate collegiate experience! Stay in a real college dorm. Eat in the dining commons. Make new friends. Explore campus in a supervised setting.

With the residential/overnight program option, we do all the cooking. Well, the university does. We don’t do laundry—but students can. We provide the instruction and supervision and overall fun experience. We encourage good hygiene and good eating habits. Students from all over the globe fly to our program locations—but we don’t do airport pick-ups. We can, however, give recommendations for how to get to the program location.

Program Check-In/Move-In: Sunday 4 – 6 pm (times vary by program location)

Program Check Out/Move Out: Days and times vary by program location

 

Commuters & Extended Commuters

Check in as a Commuter/Day student any time between 7:00 am – 8:30 am daily. Check out between 5:30 – 6:00 pm daily.

Daily Check-In: 7:00 am – 8:30 am (varies by program location)

Commuter Daily Pick-Up: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm (varies by program location)

Extended Commuter Daily Pick-Up: 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm (varies by program location)

Commuter Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner can be purchased for an additional cost. Contact us for pricing (cost varies by site as each university has different meal plans and prices).

The New Student Orientation acquaints students with NAPCA’s programs and services, its policies and procedures, and our campus location. NAPCA has a diverse student population, and orientation provides opportunities for students to meet people from all over the world.

Details about the New Student Orientation will be provided to students via email. Questions or clarification requests should be directed to the Director or an Assistant Director of the program you are enrolled in at NAPCA.

The NAPCA-sponsored Gmail service is available to all students actively enrolled in academic preparation, college readiness and/or career development program at the NAPCA Foundation.

E-mail Login Info: Within 7 days of completing the New Student Orientation, each student will receive an email with their personal login info to their private and secure NAPCA sponsored Gmail account.

The NAPCA-sponsored Gmail address takes the form of: username@studentemail.napcaonline.org.

NAPCA students can access e-mail in a variety of ways, which are listed below. Be sure to regularly monitor what is sent to your NAPCA email address, as many important announcements, such as messages from your instructor and program staff, will only be sent to your NAPCA email address.

E-MAIL OPTIONS

  • Accessing your E-mail through the web at https://www.gmail.com. Your username should be in the format username@studentemail.napcaonline.org when logging in.
  • Accessing your E-mail through a mobile device. Download the Gmail app through your “App Store” for your iPhone or Android phone. Then log in using your NAPCA email address and password.

The student handbook is your guide for everything you will need to know during your time at NAPCA. The student handbook includes a listing of services provided for students as well as various activities in which students may choose to participate. It also contains information concerning student life and responsibilities as well as policies and guidelines established to assist you in meeting the unique challenges of the campus environment.

The student handbook is not to be construed as a contract between the NAPCA Foundation and its students. The student handbook serves as a resource document for student involvement in the University community. This document represents policies and procedures, which are subject to change.

Questions or clarification requests should be directed to the Director or an Assistant Director of the program you are enrolled in at NAPCA.

The New Student Survey asks new students about their academic activities and achievements; personal goals, attitudes and abilities; and expectations of their NAPCA experience. Answering the questions in the New Student Survey shouldn’t take you too much time. It may take you 10 or 15 minutes to complete the survey.

2022 New Student Survey instrument (pdf)

All incoming students will receive an email with important dates and deadlines to prepare for your arrival to NAPCA.

STUDENT SAFETY & SUPERVISION SERVICES

Student safety and supervision are our first priority at NAPCA. Campus security officers and designated NAPCA staff frequently patrol all campus facilities used by the program. Students are supervised by NAPCA staff throughout their entire day as they move from activity to activity in our small group format.
For those students that live on campus, nightly room checks are conducted to ensure all students are safe and secure, and designated staff perform scheduled walkthroughs of the residence halls while students are resting in their dorm rooms from 11:00pm to 7:00am. During site visits, all students must stay with their assigned group and staff member as well as cooperate with site-specific security measures. Our staff of highly experienced educators are trained in safety and emergency procedures. Staff members are carefully screened and undergo background checks.

 

LIVING & LEARNING ON A COLLEGE CAMPUS

NAPCA students will live and learn within a safe and secure college environment. Students will live in the freshmen dorms and attend their NAPCA class on campus.

 

DINING ON CAMPUS

NAPCA students will eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner with their peers and NAPCA staff in the University dining hall. The campus dining hall can accommodate dietary restrictions and selective food eaters.

 

MAIL SERVICES

Mail Services exists to serve NAPCA students, faculty, and staff in all of their mailing and shipping needs, both incoming and outgoing. We send and accept mail from the United States Postal Service, FedEx, and UPS.

 

Campus Mailing Address: This information will be made available upon request.

 

PARKING & COMMUTING

NAPCA students who are 18 years old or older that reside off campus are allowed to drive and park their vehicle on campus while attending the NAPCA program. No exceptions. NAPCA students will be required to purchase a parking permit. For more information, please contact us.

 

ACCESS TO WIRELESS INTERNET ON CAMPUS

On the first day at NAPCA, students will receive login credentials to connect their computers and mobile devices to the campus wireless network.

Program Arrival & Check-In Day Details

  • Program schedules will be emailed to all admitted students prior to the program start date or will be provided on the first day of your program during the welcome ceremony or program orientation.
  • Prior to the program start date, NAPCA will send admitted students an email with driving directions, parking instructions, and program check-in details.
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STATEMENT OF ACCREDITATION