Duluth Campus Rural Pre-Med Summit
If you are considering a career in rural family medicine, the Rural Pre-Med Summit is designed to help you become a competitive applicant for medical school. During this day-long event on the Duluth campus of the Medical School, you’ll learn about the Medical School application process, from the MCAT and AMCAS to interviewing. Faculty, physicians, and current students share insights on pursuing a career in rural family medicine, and hands-on activities include obstetrics and delivery, digital otoscopes, heart sounds, and anatomy/pathology.
The summit is intended for premedical undergraduates in their sophomore and junior years as well as nontraditional students who plan to apply to medical school in one to three years. It is offered every other year. The summit is free; however, space is limited and registration is required.
The next summit is scheduled for Fall 2020.
Designed for minority and multicultural students, this seminar guides you through the Medical School admissions process. The eight-week series is presented each year beginning in September. Sessions are 90 minutes and cover topics such as admissions, the MCAT, the personal statement and supplemental application, the Medical School interview, financing your education, and how to apply.
You may apply online during the seminar's application period which is in June or July each year. Space is limited, so don’t wait! All applicants will be notified of the selection outcome before the series begins.
Center of American Indian and Minority Health summer programs
The University of Minnesota offers a variety of information sessions for pre-med students from American Indian or minority backgrounds.
Pre-Admission Workshop: Geared for college juniors, seniors, and recent graduates, this workshop addresses potential challenges faced by Native American students throughout the Medical School application process.
The 2019 American Academy of Indian Physicians and University of Minnesota Medical School Pre-Admission Workshop takes place on August 5-6, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. More information can be found on the AAIP Pre-Admission Workshop website. The deadline for submission application and all requested materials is June 28, 2019.
Native Americans into Medicine: Held at the University of Minnesota Medical School Duluth campus, this program is designed to Native American undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in health or medicine. Learn how to be more competitive as you move toward your goals.
Visit the Center of American Indian and Minority Health website for more info.
SNMA Pre-Medical Forum
Join the University of Minnesota Student National Medical Association (SNMA) at the annual Pre-Medical Forum. Featuring unique speakers and workshops, this event is geared toward pre-medical students seeking information about applying to medical school, medical school curricula, and other aspects of the medical field.
Stay tuned for details on the 2018-2019 event.