Experience life as a premedical college student both on campus and in the local community. Learn anatomy in the cadaver lab. Give to the community through service with Habitat for Humanity. Hear from local healthcare providers about their careers. And so much more...
WSU Medical Academy
July 11 - 14, 2018
Weber State Ogden Campus
Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke Family Pre-Medical Professional Program and the WSU American Medical Student Association present the WSU Summer Medical Academy. Designed for high school juniors and seniors, the WSU Medical Academy will help students determine if a career in the healthcare industry is right for them. They will learn how to best prepare for admission to professional schools and make the most of their college experience by WSU student mentors. WSU faculty members will lead discussions and hands-on laboratory activities. Attendees will also get to see human cadavers and rub shoulders with local healthcare professionals. This will provide invaluable opportunities for the students in attendance to network with WSU professors and other professional specialists that will aid them in their endeavors.
Early registration is available until May 1st for a discount of $200 for all activities, t-shirt, lodging, meals and supplies for labs. Starting May 2nd and until July 1st, when registration closes, the cost is $225. Paid registration is fully refundable until June 15th. Cancellations made between June 16-July 10th will result in a forfeiture of 50% of the cost.
Schedule of Events
Meet the Mentors
During the event, you will take classes from some of the mentor's favorite Weber State faculty. So, get to know the mentors by learning their favorite cereal, music and the question they most frequently ask their digital assistant. Also, learn what type of physician they think they'll be...
If you're still not sure this is the right way to complete your #summergoals reach out to us and let us answer your questions! We want to connect with each student so they know they are not alone in this awesome journey to becoming a healthcare provider.
Dr. Barbara Trask
Pre-Medical Professional Program Director