Pre-Health Professions Club
The Pre-Health Professions Club serves as a source of information, experiences and social activity for students who are interested in health-related careers. These include chiropractic, dentistry, medicine (allopathic and osteopathic), optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, podiatry, public health and veterinary medicine. There are usually 90-100 active members. Programs include: Speakers such as Deans/Directors of Admission, panels of alumni, volunteer experiences and employment opportunities, and social group activities.
Catholic Medical Association Club
The Catholic Medical Association club leads as an integral example for students on how to bring the mission of Catholicism into the science and practice of medicine. The club aims to unify the many aspects that the University of St. Thomas offers: community, academics, and faith. By working with physicians, business people, clergy, etc., students will be able to learn from the example of strong, Catholic adults in the world. Outside of these talks, the students will unite through prayer time together on the issues discussed in club. Thus, providing an essential framework for students to think critically, through a Catholic scope, when contemplating the purpose of their future careers in medicine and to have a community of faith to turn to when discussing such issues.
The pre-dental club exists to provide a forum for education about dental school and the application process.