- Medical Center Academic Advising
The Medical Center Academic Advisors often refer students to other offices and resources on campus. Below are some of the most common resources that students find useful:
Assisting students and alumni in exploring and pursuing meaningful careers over a lifetime.
Dean of Students Office
Providing support through various educational efforts, programmatic opportunities and mechanisms of coordinated care and community commitment.
Providing medical treatment, psychological counseling, and outpatient services as well as a variety of educational programs.
Here to help transition and continue assistance throughout your stay in the United States or abroad.
Physician Assistant Program
As a physician assistant, your options are many and varied, from assisting with neurosurgeries, to helping deliver babies.
Committed to enriching students' intellectual experience by providing stimulating academic experiences and support for students in all areas of study.
Pre-Professional Health Studies
Advising undergraduate students who plan to continue on to schools of medicine, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, and veterinary medicine.
A comprehensive experience from pre-departure preparations, throughout an international experience, and as students return to campus.
Student Financial Services
Resources including need-based grants, loan programs, work opportunities and merit-based scholarships.
Resources including forms, grades and enrollment information, and calendars.
Student Involvement Center
Creating educational experiences through campus involvement, leadership development, and college transitions.
Housing & Residence Life
Live on campus, where you'll get to experience a college-town feel and big-city advantages.