Letter of Recommendation Portal (LoRP)
The Letter of Recommendation Portal (LoRP) enables LoR Authors and/or their designees to upload letters of recommendation (LoRs) to ERAS for distribution to training programs, at the request of applicants.
In the MyERAS application, applicants generate a Letter Request Form (LRF) for each LoR they are requesting and they provide the relevant author with the form. Authors and/or their designees use the unique Letter ID on each form to upload LoRs for applicants. A designee may not be a member of the hospital in an advising role or medical school staff supporting in the application process.
To access the LoRP, you will need an AAMC account. If you already have an account, you may use your existing user name and password to log in.
Creating an AAMC Account
To access the LoRP, you will need an AAMC account. If you already have one, you may use your existing user name and password to access the Letter of Recommendation Portal. Please visit sign in to LoRP to your account or create a new account.
Note: Only Firefox and IE browsers are supported for the LoRP.
Click Sign in to LoRP | Register for an AAMC Account.
2. Input your Personal Information and then click Next.
3. Create your account by completing all of the fields and clicking the checkbox to confirm that you’ve reviewed and agree to the AAMC’s Privacy Statement and the AAMC Web site Terms and Conditions. Then, click Register.
You will receive a confirmation email, in order to verify your account. You must click the link provided in the email, to complete your AAMC Account Registration.
Using the user name and password you created, sign in to the Letter of Recommendation Portal.
Note: If you are a designee uploading LoRs on behalf of multiple authors, you do not need to create multiple accounts. The LoRP enables you to organize the LoRs you upload by the author.
- Latest Version of Chrome
- Latest Version of Firefox
- Internet Explorer 10 and 11
Note: ERAS does not enforce any browser restrictions, but ERAS does not support Safari. Mac users needing technical support should use Firefox or Chrome.