Students seeking admission to the Cellular and Molecular Pathology program should apply to the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences. Applications may be submitted at any time, but preferably by January 15 for consideration for March 1. Scores on the GRE General Test are required, and applicants are strongly encouraged to take the GRE Subject Test most relevant to their undergraduate major(s). Only those students interested in the Ph.D. should apply. Additional information about the program can be obtained by writing to the address below.


At this time, Vanderbilt does not offer on-campus University housing for graduate or professional students. However, to support the housing needs of new and continuing graduate and professional students, the Office of Housing and Residential Education provides a web-based Off Campus Referral Service. The Referral Service lists information on housing accommodations for students who plan to live off campus. The website includes advertisements by landlords looking specifically for Vanderbilt-affiliated tenants, as well as by Vanderbilt students looking for roommates. Listings are searchable by cost, distance from campus, number of bedrooms, and other parameters. Students may also post "wanted" ads seeking roommate or housemate situations.


The link to the Off Campus Referral Service is:



Office of Residential Affairs
Box 1677

Station B
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN 37235