Marcel Elkouri ’21 values opportunities for mentorship at Wooster
The College of Wooster’s Pre-Health Advising Program prepares students to apply for medical school, dental school, veterinary school, and a host of other health-related graduate programs.
Pre-Health Advising sponsors personal advising and informational sessions, oversees shadowing experiences and health-related volunteer opportunities, and assists students with all aspects of their health career program applications.
See the HuffPost article mentioning our very own The College of Wooster’s Community Care Network and how our students serve the community! This health coach program enables students to work, under close medical supervision, with carefully chosen patients who need companionship and encouragement in developing healthier life styles.
Schedule a Pre-Health Advising Appointment – Call 330-263-2496 or email email@example.com.
|Advising Committee Member||Title||Area|
|Stephanie Strand||Committee Chair, associate professor||Chair of Biology|
|Grit Herzmann||Associate Professor||Psychology|
|Seth Kelly||Associate Professor||Biology|
|Katie Boes||Health Professions Advisor||APEX|
|Lisa Kastor||Director, Career Planning||APEX|
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Dual Degree Programs
Wooster partners with Case Western Reserve University to offer a dual degree option for students:
Students in the Seven-Year Pre-Dental/Dental Program will spend three years at Wooster followed by four years at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, culminating in the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from Case Western Reserve University. Students accepted to this program will have guaranteed placement in the first-year class at the School of Dental Medicine at Case upon completion of their junior year at The College of Wooster, provided that they maintain a 3.5 GPA overall and in the sciences, plus receive a score of 19 or better on the DAT exam. Interested prospective students should indicate their interest in the Seven-Year Program in their application to The College of Wooster and must apply to this program before starting at Wooster. Applications must be received no later than November 15. Consultation with a member of the Pre-Health Faculty is strongly encouraged.
Megan Cooper ’95 leads a research laboratory that is part of the international COVID Human Genetic Effort
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Biochemistry and molecular biology research opportunities at Wooster prepared Zach Rotter ’14 for medical school