PreHealth 101 is an information session for all first year students considering a profession in healthcare; specifically professions that require further professional education (i.e. doctor, dentist, physician assistant, pharmacist, optometrist, podiatrist, chiropractor, physical therapist, veterinarian, etc.) The information session is designed to answer many of the frequently asked questions of a first year student on the PreHealth track. It is expected that students will attend one of the sessions prior to scheduling one-on-one advisement with the PreHealth Advisor.
|Friday, March 6, 2020||9:30-10:30 am||Newton 213*|
This information session is geared toward PreHealth track sophomore and transfer students. In this session, students will learn about all the unique considerations that PreHealth sophomore and transfer students should be contemplating. Use the session as a way to “stay on track” toward your goals and see what aspects of your application need further development.
|Friday, February 28, 2020||9:30-10:30 am||Newton 213*|
Post-Bac Programs - what you need to know about them
As admission to the professional health schools (e.g. medicine, dentistry) becomes increasingly competitive, a greater number of applicants are enrolling in post-bac (post-baccalaureate) programs to help enhance their academic credentials. Consider attending this workshop to learn about the various types of post-bac programs that exist, how to research them, and subsequently make a truly informed decision about the various ways you can increase your credentials to be a competitive applicant.
|Friday, April 24, 2020||9:30-10:30 am||Newton 213*|
*please note that room locations are subject to change.