Consider this page your primary destination for comprehensive, on-the-go resources that you can download and share with others to support successful pathways to medical school.
Use this resource from the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP) to locate an advisor to support your medical school/health professions aspirations, if you do not have advisor support on your home campus.
Utilize this resource to identify creative and intentional ways to continue getting experience to support your medical school application, as traditional shadowing, clinical, and internship opportunities continue to vary in their availability during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your pre-health advisor can be one of your best resources along your path to medical school. Here are some tips to help you find and work with your advisor.
SHPEP is a free, transformative summer experience for students interested in the health professions. Participation may better position students for acceptance into advanced degree programs.
Use this resource to better prepare your students for the SHPEP application process.
Utilize this database to locate summer enrichment programs that help students gain experience and build necessary skills for success as a future medical school student and/or health professional.
Public Health Training Opportunities for Premedical and Prehealth Students.
A medical student answers questions about why she chose a BS-MD program and how her classes differ from those in an undergraduate program.
Here are ten things to keep in mind this year, whether you’re applying to medical school, taking a gap year, or just starting to pursue a career in medicine.
"If you want to stand out, think about what is in your application that isn't likely to be in anyone else's application," says one expert.
You know the time and effort you put into your medical school and secondary applications, but what happens after you click submit? Here is what the process looks like for medical school admissions officers and staff.