Welcome, U of I pre-med students!
We look forward to a great year full of opportunities to get involved in the community and connect with local health care professionals and like minded students.
Some ways to make sure you get connected and stay connected:
1. Connect with Pre-Med Club on Orgsync (with an email you use and check) and yup, you found it!
2. Make sure to go into your settings and put what year you are (Fr, So, Jr, Sr) as this is one way we will try and connect!
3. Let a club officer know of anything you would like to see, need, etc... especially as these may be things others want but haven't mentioned yet! Thanks!
Study hard, come hang with other pre-meds when you can, meet Liz Bryant (Pre-Med Advisor) and your Pre-Med E.Board, and get to know some other pre-meds who can study with you, understand we all get excited about weird things like IVs and blood, and will help keep you on track.
Don't forget to relax and have fun sometimes, get connected, and you'll have a great experience here at U of I as a Pre-Med.
The mission of the Pre-Med Club is primarily to prepare students for entry into medical programs including MD, MD/PhD, DO, and PA. This preparation is accomplished through meetings, sharing resources and information, community involvement, guest speakers, tours, activities, and by providing each other with encouragement and support.
Your advisor must be a full-time, board-appointed (benefits eligible) staff, faculty or administrator at the University of Idaho.
Please provide up to five (5) names of group members authorized to make room reservations in the Idaho Commons or Bruce Pitman Center (formerly the SUB) for the group.
Ethan Hansen, Rachel Andersen, Bill Thurston, Ashley Burke, Jonathon Crawford
Our purpose is to assist UI students in preparing for careers in healthcare, including MD, DO, PA, and other programs.
We help pre-health / pre-med students prepare for the MCAT and other standardized tests, meet other pre-health / pre-med students, learn more about their career options and futures, and provide a framework to help pre-health / pre-med students meet their goals.