Minority Student Opportunities in United States Medical Schools 2002
The information in this book is supplied by individual medical schools in response to a questionnaire from the AAMC's Division of Community and Minority Programs about minority student opportunities. For most school entries, the narrative descriptions cover seven topics: recruitment, admissions, academic support programs, enrichment programs, student financial assistance, educational partnerships, and other pertinent information. The data published show the number of minority applicants, the number offered an acceptance, the number of matriculants, and the number of graduates by gender and racial/ethnic groups.
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Academic Support Programs activities Admissions Committee African American AMCAS application fee Assistant Dean Associate Dean basic science Brown Medical School campus clinical College Admission Test College Application Service College of Medicine counseling Creighton University curriculum Dean for Student Director disadvantaged students Diversity Educational Partnerships Enrichment Programs enrolled financial need funds graduate groups Health Careers health professions healthcare high school students Hispanic individual INMED interview loans Matriculated MCAT Medical College Admission Medical College Application medical education mentoring Mexican American Minority Affairs minority applicants minority medical students Minority Student Opportunities minority students Multicultural Affairs National Medical Association Native American Office of Minority Office of Student Opportunities in United physicians premedical professional Puerto Rican scholarships School of Medicine selected staff Student Affairs Student Financial Assistance Student National study skills summer program Summer Research Total Men Women tutorial undergraduate United States Medical University School USMLE visits Wake Forest University workshops