If you are looking to apply to medical school, the AAMC will release the 2016 AMCAS on May 5. The American Medical College Application System (AMCAS) is the primary method of application for many schools. Read all about the AMCAS and the steps you need to take below.
Hear what health professional meetings are occurring around campus every week with Alpha Epsilon Delta's newsletter, The Stethoscope. We understand that emails can get overbearing, so we've decided to create a one-stop location for all of our events, meetings, and updates. We'll also flag important dates for the health professional community, so take a few minutes and read to get informed.
If you've missed one of our speakers or any other AED meeting, you can check out the meeting minutes to get the highlights of what you missed.
Check out our MD Committee resource page, which has links to good information sources and study schedules for the MCAT.
Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED) is a national pre-health honor society with an on-campus chapter. It is designed for distinguished students who want to pursue a career in one of the health fields. AED hosts weekly meeting in which physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and other health professionals come and speak to students on various topics. AED also conducts a test drive with Kaplan every semester and an annual blood drive in the spring. Being in AED exposes you to many aspects of various health professions, and also offers opportunities for you to get involved potentially with free clinics and trips to professional schools. Joining AED does not automatically improve your chance of getting into a professional health institution or program, but if you get involved and participate actively, it will help you.
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