Student Organizations & Programs

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS & PROGRAMS

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Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Pre-Professional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship. For more information regarding AED click here.

 

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The Minority Association of Pre-medical Students, or MAPS, represents the undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA).  MAPS is an initiative of the SNMA that represents future underrepresented medical students.  For more information regarding maps click here.

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The Pre-Professional Health Society (PPHS) aims to familiarize students with the health professions and applications to relevant schools through speakers, student mentors, and volunteer work.  For more information about PPHS email healthprofessions@cau.edu or click here for the application.

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The Pre-Dental Society is for students who are interested in Dentistry as a profession. The societies goal is to educate CAU students about pursuing dentistry as a career, as well as to form a solid foundation about what is expected of pre-dental students applying to Dental school.  For more information regarding the Pre-Dental Society email healthprofessions@cau.edu.

 

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The Undergraduate Health Sciences Academy (UHSA) at Morehouse School of Medicine was created in response to the growing need for health care professionals in Georgia’s underserved urban and rural communities.  The program recruits current undergraduate students matriculating at CAU and the other institutions in the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC). Through STEM courses and other interventions, the academy’s goal is to add to Georgia’s healthcare workforce while also diversifying that workforce in the state and nation.

Objectives are to improve students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills, enhance standardized test preparation, and provide science-enriched coursework to foster new interest in medicine and health professions.  You can apply for UHSA during your Freshman year.  Applications are posted through HPAU during the Spring Semester. For more information regarding UHSA email us at healthprofessions@cau.edu and click here.  

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The Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) Early Medical School Selection Program (EMSSP) is designed to prepare students to better navigate the transition to medical school through rigorous undergraduate coursework, early exposure to the medical school curriculum and culture and the development of a unique and supportive community. Admission through the EMSSP grants provisional acceptance into Boston University School of Medicine at the completion of undergraduate study. To find out more information about EMSSP contact HPAU at healthprofessions@cau.edu and click here.

Community Partners

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The Young Physicians Initiative (YPI) is a medical mentorship and networking program that provides interactive guidance to underserved middle, high, and college students. Activities focus on medical careers, experience, and preparation. To learn more about YPI click here.

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The Champs organization overall mission is to improve men’s health through education, screenings, referral options and advocacy to identify health risks and to take early action to reduce those risk.  Champs seeks to lessen the gaps between life expectancy of men and women by helping them understand the importance of early detection and intervention. To learn more about the CHAMPS organization click here.