Stay Informed

The GW Pre-Health listserv helps keep Pre-Health students informed about upcoming Pre-Health events, presentations, volunteer and research opportunities, student organization meetings, practice MCAT exams, and more.

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Pre-Health Career Services

Please visit our Pre-Health Career Services webpage for helpful resources on personal statements, resumes, interview prep and more! We suggest also subscribing to their Listserv in order to get a weekly newsletter with helpful pre-health related information and posted jobs. 

 

We Have Moved to the Vern!

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We have moved our primary offices to the Mount Vernon campus in 119 Academic Building (Post Hall). We will be holding 30 minute appointments and office hours on the Mount Vernon campus so please keep this in mind for planning purposes. We will also be holding office hours and select information sessions on the Foggy Bottom campus. Please be on the lookout for our info session and office hours schedule which will be available by the first week of class. Please see our Notice Board for more information. 

Meet Your Pre-Health Advisors

Kristen Tull and Callan Betaharon

Kristen Tull, M.A. and Callan Betaharon, M.A. 

Read about your pre-health advisors.

Make an appointment with your pre-health advisors*.

*Students must attend a pre-health information session prior to meeting one-on-one with a pre-health advisor. 

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Make an Appointment

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If you are a current student and this is your first time meeting with a Pre-Health Advisor, you must FIRST attend a Pre-Health Info Session to be eligible to meet with a Pre-Health Advisor one-on-one.

 

Health Professions Advising

GW’s Pre-Health Advising is designed to assist and support students as they explore graduate and professional programs in healthcare. Pre-Health Advisors meet with students and alumni from all GW colleges to provide information and guidance on the process of applying to health professions schools. These include medical, dental, physician assistant, nursing, optometry, veterinary, podiatry, chiropractic, physical therapy, pharmacy, and occupational therapy programs. Our advisors work to aid students as they work to become successful applicants for their preferred health profession by helping:

  • Identify pre-requisites
  • Consider strengths and areas for opportunity
  • Reflect on readiness to apply and timeline
  • Discuss preparation for professional exams
  • Help identify potential schools

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