- Knowing Your Expectations for Your Degree
- Strategizing Your Class Schedule
- Pre-Health Advisors
- Ways to Stay Informed
- Careers in Health
- Pre-Health Academics
- How, When, and Where to Apply
- Co-Curricular Activities: Exploring Health Care
- Paying for Health Professions Education
- Submit Announcements for the Pre-Health Newsletter
- LSA Transfer Student Program
The University of Michigan Pre-Medical Club is an organization for students interested in pursuing a career in the medical field. The Pre-Med Club offers students opportunities to participate in volunteer and extracurricular activities related to healthcare. They also provide students with information that will prepare them for the MCAT exam, the application process for medical school, and becoming a doctor.
Black Undergraduate Medical Association
The Black Undergraduate Medical Association (BUMA) is an organization whose main goal is to form community where black pre-medical students can be empowered and equipped to prepare for the application process and acceptance into medical school. The organization promotes scholastic achievement by supporting students in their academic endeavors and personal development. The group aims to create mentorship relationships with current medical students at the University of Michigan and local high school students. Email the organization for more information.
The University of Michigan's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Club is dedicated to raising campus safety and awareness through education.
The Pre-Optometry Club at U-M is an organization that serves the needs of students interested in this field of study. They seek to educate, encourage, and exchange academic and life experiences with students interested in vision health. They invite local optometrists, school representatives, and current optometry students as guest speakers. Visit the link above or email the club for more information.