Comprehensive Pre-Med Resource Guide
This downloadable PDF includes direct links to various resources, tips, and tricks for students interested in applying to Medical School. Explore the document to learn more about pre-med programs, interview and wellness tips, to access a pre-med planner, pre-recorded application workshop presentations and more!
Medical Admissions Prep Program (MAPP)
The School of Medicine held its first annual Summer Preparation Program for the MCAT in April 2001. With its amazing success, we have continued to offer the program for students preparing for medical school.
Included Kaplan Course & Writing Seminar
Also included in the program is a Kaplan Course which reviews physics, general chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, verbal reasoning, and math. Students have supplemental instruction to augment the Kaplan Course from a qualified tutor, as well as a group study and access to test banks and practice exams. To ensure readiness for the application for medical school, all students participate in a professional writing seminar that focuses on personal statements.
The 2021 MAPP application period has closed. Congratulations to the 17 applicants selected for this years program.
Is a network of over 1000 health career focused undocumented students. Among other resources, they have developed a consolidated list of some of the health professions specific opportunities that may be of interest. For general information, the National Association for Student Financial Aid Administrators has put together a tip sheet for undocumented students that has links to scholarship resources and eligibility information.
Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program
Underrepresented Scholarship Fund
The Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine's Underrepresented Scholarship fund provides scholarships to students committed to providing medical care to diverse underserved communities. Doctors who reflect Utah's demographics are critical for a healthy, thriving community. Scholarship support gives students more opportunities to study and practice in Utah. Let's keep our best and brightest in Utah! Many qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds choose to go elsewhere due to scholarship support.