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Phi Rho Sigma Medical Society, founded in 1890 at Northwestern University, is an international coeducational fraternity for medical students. Membership is open to men and women attending medical school.
Our society is dedicated to encouraging medical students to pursue social and service opportunities while attending medical school, fundraising and volunteering to benefit those in need within the Dayton and greater Ohio community, developing and refining ones skills when interacting with other medical professionals, and providing professional contacts within the field of medicine.
Phi Rho Sigma Medical Society, founded in 1890 at Northwestern University, is an international coeducational fraternity for medical students. Membership is open to men and women attending medical school and those pursuing a career in medicine. The goals of the society are to promote good fellowship among students, alumni and faculty of medical schools and the medical community; encourage excellence in professional work and continuing improvement in the medical profession; and to promote the concept of medicine as a profession of service to society. We are involved in many service opportunities around the Dayton area including the local organizations for the Special Olympics, Ronald McDonald House, St. Vincent dePaul, A Kid Again, Day of Caring, Walk for a Cause, Community Blood Drives, holiday clothing drives, and local canned food drives.
Please attach the organization's constitution.
White Hall Building, Lecture Hall 120
Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions