Did you miss the personal statement workshop but really need some assistance? No worries! Find the powerpoint presentation linked below! More questions? Make an appointment with advising or Career Services.
The Global Education Office will be offering Discover Medicine in Argentina , a medical shadowing program led by Dr. Antonia Abbate during winter break 2019.
Interested students are encouraged to attend their information session on Monday, October 29th, from 4PM-4:30PM
Location: Global Education Office 912 W. Grace St. 4th Floor
Need help declaring a 2nd major? Come to our workshop where we’ll chat about how to pick a 2nd major and the process to declare it. We’ll also talk about resources that help you with that process!
When? October 25th at 4pm
Where? Hibbs 403
Were you just admitted to VCU for Fall 2018?
First of all, Congrats!! Welcome to the #RAMily
Secondly, if you haven’t registered for NSO or filled out your Academic Advising Intake Survey, make sure to do so ASAP! Here is your Orientation Checklist to follow: https://nsfp.vcu.edu/orientation/nso-checklist/
End of Semester Checklist
Are you ready for summer? Make sure you have everything set at VCU before you leave in May!
- Registered for Fall 2018 classes?
- Discussed your summer plans with your advisor?
- Turned in the Request To Take Courses At Another Institution form (if applicable)?
- Visited the Writing Center & Campus Learning Center to prepare for final exams?
- Notified your advisor if you do not plan to return to VCU?
Applying to Pre-Health programs
Have you applied to one or more pre-health programs this year? Keep your advisor in the loop as you hear back! We are here to assist you with your plans based on the responses you receive. Best of luck!
Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The VCU Health Science Pipeline holds the “Discover Health Care Fair” in the Larrick Student Center for attendees to explore the numerous health professions offered at VCU. For more information, contact Taryn Hayes at Hayesta5@vcu.edu or visit https://dhsd.vcu.edu.
The VCU Institute for Women’s Health and Highland Support Project spend a week, May 19-26, in partnership with indigenous midwives and community leaders learning about traditional Maya medicine and exploring the history of health care and healing in Guatemala. The group will learn about traditional medicine and midwifery practices. The cost is $985 plus airfare. The application deadline is Friday, March 23. For more information, contact Janett Forte at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.womenshealth.vcu.edu .
The School of Nursing hosts an open house for all of its academic programs at the School of Nursing’s Sadie Health Cabaniss Hall. Attendees can meet with the admissions team, faculty, program directors and current students to learn more about the traditional B.S., accelerated B.S., R.N.-B.S., master’s and doctoral (DNP and Ph.D.) programs. To register, visit the website below. For more information, contact Erica Stubblefield at VCU_Nurse@vcu.edu or visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGAkD1iphKHMC6S62t_tBPsQk7gzNiFN5MHVDd6IwTt1wOkg/viewform.