Pre-Health Student Organizations

Pre-Health students get involved in student organizations at the University of San Diego for different reasons based on their individual needs and desires. What they receive varies with their individual contribution, but most students say they receive great personal dividends.

  • American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
  • Dental Club
  • Institute for Healthcare Improvement
  • Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS)
  • Phi Delta Epsilon (Pre-medical Fraternity)
  • Physical Therapy Club
  • RX for Success (Pharmacy Club)
  • Medical Brigades
  • Pre-Student Osteopathic Medical Association

Five Reasons to Get Involved

  1. Growth
  2. Recognition
  3. Achievement
  4. Participation
  5. Enjoyment

Benefits of Getting Involved:

  • Learn about their intended career or to explore other career options
  • Work with groups (running effective meetings, learning delegation skills, using public relations, etc.)
  • Develop Interpersonal skills (communicating, managing conflict, listening, etc.)
  • Make a difference on campus and in our surrounding community
  • Learn and practice leadership skills (delegating, communicating, managing time, setting goals, etc.)
  • Have fun and network with other students who share their same interests
For more information about club meeting times and locations, please check our weekly listserv messages.