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UMKC BA / MD (special case admission eligibility?)

funnyfoolfunnyfool 12 replies4 threads Junior Member
Just was wondering if anyone could clear this up for me. The following is stated on their website:
In order to be considered for admission to the B.A./M.D. program, applicants for admission must meet the following requirements:
-Must graduate from a high school or home school program in the United States or from a U.S.-accredited high school.
-Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Permanent resident status must be achieved by November 1 of the year before the fall term for which student is applying. A copy of the permanent resident card must accompany the general application for admission.
International students are not eligible for admission to the B.A./M.D. program.

This may be a bit of a dumb question but I just want to make sure. I am an American citizen (born there) but living in Canada (for most of my life) and go to high school here. For most college applications in the US, i'd be considered an out of state applicant, not international. However, in the specific case of this school, would I not be eligible to apply since I am not from a US high school? man.. I'll be so bummed lol
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