American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine
Centralized Application Service for Podiatric Residencies

The Central Application Service for Podiatric Residencies (CASPR) is a national, centralized application processing and computerized matching service for the placement of podiatric medical school graduates into podiatric medical and surgical residency programs. This program of residency selection has been serving both applicants and residency program directors and faculty since 1976.

2015 Student Schedule - Being updated for the upcoming cycle
2015 CASPR User Guide Website - Being updated for the upcoming cycle
2015 Orientation Presentation - Available soon
Explanation of Match; Presentation explaining Match
About the Scramble; Presentation explaining Scramble
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
College Residency Coordinators
Scramble Project Overview
Guidelines for Scramble Project Naming Contest
Surviving the Residency and Clerkship Process Manual APMA Young Members
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CPME 300:  Approved Residencies in Podiatric Medicine
CPME 320: Standards and Requirements for Approval of Residencies in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery