The Health Professions Evaluation Committee (HPEC) process exists because many health professional programs expect (or strongly encourage) a "committee letter of evaluation" (also known as a "committee letter") from the undergraduate institution for each applicant for admission. The HPEC writes such letters only after a formal interview with the student-applicant. Before these interviews occur, students must seek "assessments" from individuals (called "Assessors") able to evaluate you for the HPEC process. For complete information, please see: