2022 Pre-Health Week and Graduate & Professional School Fairs

Pre-Health Week Dates: March 14 - March 21

Pre-Health Graduate & Professional School Fairs Dates:

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Monday, March 21, 2022




Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Some sessions also have a required RSVP - please see the Event Schedule for details.

FAU students who pre-register before March 14 can receive 5 bonus volunteer points.

 Pre-Health Week Schedule

Sign up for updates and access the virtual event schedule on Canvas .

Download the Pre-Health Week Schedule Flyer .

If you have any questions please contact us by email at prehealthweek@fau.edu 

Join us for the virtual Pre-Health Professions Graduate Fair! Admission representatives will be in attendance from health-related graduate schools and programs. Students will have the opportunity to meet admission representatives from medical schools, dental schools, pharmacy schools, veterinary schools, physician assistant programs, public health programs, graduate programs and more.

The event is free and open to FAU students. The Virtual Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Fair is an opportunity for FAU’s undergraduate and graduate students to talk personally with admission representatives from various health-related graduate and professional programs. See below for more information and check out our Photo Album Here!

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Access the virtual event schedule on Canvas .

Monday, March 14

What I wish I knew as a Freshman: Upper Class Panel, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

Taking off to college can be a very frightening and overwhelming experience. However, with proper guidance this experience for the most part can become a rewarding and fulfilling journey. This roundtable aims to help you better understand the quintessential college life and help you understand that you are not alone. Many students at some point in their journey have made mistakes for many reasons; the goal is to embrace the idea that these mistakes are part of your growth, to be able to identify stressors, to come up with a strategic plan to improve yourself, and to become successful in your journey.  

This roundtable talk will address concerns such as: 
- How to choose your major
- What are the resources available to help you succeed?
- How to navigate your way through college, setting realistic goals for yourself
- How to have a clear concept of my pace versus their pace
- How to be proactive, allowing no defeat 
Meeting ID: 896 7728 9297 
Passcode: h6KStP 

Health Experiences: AMWA, AMSA, MAPS 6:30 p.m. Live Oak: C&D

This event will be kicking off Pre Health Week on Monday March 14th at 6:30pm, located in rooms Live Oak Rooms C and D.
AMWA will be hosting this event in collaboration with AMSA and MAPS. Each organization will host a station where students can learn new clinical skills and observe. Stations include Suturing, Phlebotomy, IV administration, and wound care. We will be providing supplies, food and further links and information on how to get certified if interested in a job in the medical field as an undergraduate student. 
We are excited to host this event for all of our members and help guide those who are interested in getting more information on jobs in the medical field that will ultimately benefit you in the future!
To RSVP for this event click this link: https://forms.gle/wbJFnJAkSiJCUEB66 
Email AMWAFAU@GMAIL.COM with any questions.

Tuesday March 15

OMT Demonstration / Medical Myths Busters - FAU PreSoma & BPSA, 4:00-5:30 p.m.

 “Our Body is Capable of Self-Healing”: Learn how physicians manipulate the body to restore mental and physical health as well as function. In addition, join us with the famous Doctor Mike in busting some of the most common medical myths. 

Meeting ID: 824 7870 1628 
Passcode: OMTdem0 

Student Panel, Hosted by the Pre-health Professions Office, 6:00-7:00 p.m.

The student panel, hosted by the Pre-Health Professions Office, will highlight FAU newly admitted students and alumni who are now in health professions programs such as medical, dental, PA, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine. The student panel will discuss their undergraduate experience and the application process, interview process and first-year experience. Pre-health students will able to ask relatable questions to members on the panel. 

Meeting ID: 813 1519 3149 
Passcode: 1wErsa 


MCAT Overview and How to Open a File, Hosted by the Pre-health Professions Office, 7:30-8:30 p.m.

The first part of this workshop will cover the MCAT test (such as dates, duration, sections and score ranges), along with general guidelines about when and how long to prep, along with basic coursework to consider and basic study/test tips, then discussing the MCAT course at FAU in more details and also sharing the scholarship information from the student government (towards all courses, including MCAT and GRE) for not only test prep but also their new testing reimbursement program.  The second part of this workshop is about opening a pre-health file for storing letters of recommendation for your health professions applications. The workshop will also cover how to apply for a committee interview. Overall, the following will be covered during this workshop: 
-Requirements to open a pre-health file
-How to open a pre-health file 
-How to have letters of recommendation sent to your file 
-Requirements for a committee interview + letter 
-How to request a committee interview 
-How to request a general or committee letter packet upload
-We are excited to share this information with you and hope to see you there

Meeting ID: 854 1042 2363
Passcode: 3iWUZx 


Wednesday March 16

BPSA and Pre-SOMA Blood Pressure Training Session! 4:00-5:30pm Room-GS 02-102 

Learn to take patient history, measure blood pressure, pulse rate, and body mass index (BMI) with the Blood Pressure Screening Association (BPSA) and Pre-Student Osteopathic Medical Association (Pre-SOMA).

This is a perfect opportunity to gain volunteer hours by conducting screenings in underserved communities.This is a 1-day certification opportunity and the training and certification are free!

Space is limited to 25.
Sign up today! 

If you have any questions, please email bpsafau@gmail.com

Personal Statement, Presented by Dr. Cassandra Germain, 6:00-7:30 p.m.

The personal statement can be one of the most difficult parts of the application process for students who are applying to a health professions program. This workshop will guide you through the beginning of the steps you need to write a personal statement that will help stand out, show your authenticity and receive an interview to multiple schools. 

Meeting ID: 890 6886 2976 
Passcode: 2SrXJ1 

Combined Degree Programs AMSA, 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Interested in learning more about how you can earn more than one degree during medical school? Come out to “Combined Degree Programs” on March 16th from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. hosted on Zoom by the American Medical Student Association! We will provide some information about the different combined degree programs available, including MD/PhD, MD/MBA, MD/MPH, MD/JD, etc.! We will then host a panel of medical students currently in combined degree programs that will share their experiences and answer any questions!

Please RSVP here

Meeting ID: 217 650 4976 
Passcode: Amsa2021 

Thursday March 17

Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Fair 10:00am to 4:00 p.m.

Meeting ID: 835 4981 2439
Passcode: 1t6K6y

What Do Pharmacists Do? 5:00-6:00 p.m.

This presentation provides insights on various career pathways available for pharmacists. Includes an interactive activity where students are exposed to non-traditional pharmacy career. Current pharmacy students also share their pharmacy education experience. Presented by Dr. OluwaRanti Akiyode, Pharm.D., BCPS, CDCES of Howard University College of Pharmacy.

Meeting ID: 830 6195 8270
Passcode: C2jp5P


Physician Panel (Vet, Dental, PA), Hosted by the MMA and HOSA, 6:30- 8:30 p.m.

The physician panel is an informal and intimate event to help prospective pre-health students see the bigger picture regarding their field of interest. Furthermore, this event allows students the opportunity to meet with healthcare professionals such as: pharmacist, chiropractor, podiatrist, physical therapist, veterinarian, physician assistant, dentist, etc. and learn facts about different areas of the medical field. 
Meeting ID: 771 409 0304 
Passcode: Q4E0ik 


Monday March 21

Pre-Health Professions and Graduate Fair 10:00am to 4:00 p.m.

Meeting ID: 835 0288 3330
Passcode: 2y4I6m

Stop the Bleed (ARMY), Hosted by the Pre-Dental Association and Pre-Health Ambassadors, 4:30-6:00 p.m., Location: SC180

Attendees will learn how to stop bleeding by hands-on practice that can include direct pressure, packing a wound, and using a tourniquet. Presented by the US Army.

Physician Panel (MD/DO), Hosted by the Pre-Health Professions Office, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

The physician panel is an informal and intimate event to help prospective pre-health students see the bigger picture regarding their field of interest. Furthermore, this event allows students the opportunity to meet with physicians in both allopathic and osteopathic medicine and learn facts about these two different types of medicine.

Meeting ID: 858 9461 9595 
Passcode: 1zVq4s 

See the list of schools and sign up for updates and  access the virtual event schedule on Canvas .


ACOM-Alabama College of Osteopath


American University of Antigua


Barry University


Barry University

Biomedical Sc.

Ben Gurion University's MSIH

MD intle

FAU COM Graduate Programs

Biomedical Masters

FAU Executive Education


FAU Medical

College of Medicine



FIU Stempel College

Public Health/Nutrition

Florida International University

Occupational Therapy

Florida International University

Physician Assistant (MPAS)

Kansas City University COM


Keiser University Flagship

MS Exercise SC.

Larkin University


Lincoln Memorial University

DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine

Mayo Clinic College of Med & S

College of Medicine & Science

Midwestern University




Nova Southeastern University

M.S. Biological Sciences

Nova Southeastern University

College of Pharmacy




ND, CCM, Nutrition, Global Health

Rosalind Franklin University


Ross University


Ross University School of Vet


Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine


Saba Univ School of Medicine


Southern College of Optometry


St. George's University


Temple Podiatric


Tufts MS Biomedical & PA Programs


UAG School of Medicine


UIW School of Osteopathic Med.


UIW Feik School of Pharmacy




Uniformed Services University


University of Alabama at Birmingham Dental


University of Central Florida

MD Program

University of Florida


University of Miami

Dep of Health Sciences/ Graduate Programs

University of St. Augustine




VA-MD College of Vet Med




VCU School of Dentistry


Western Atlantic University School of Medicine


WVSOM/West Virginia School OM


For a complete list of schools visit the Canvas website:  https://canvas.fau.edu/courses/85693 .

Please refer to Canvas.

Link to self-enroll: https://canvas.fau.edu/enroll/LXTMRH.

Welcome to Florida Atlantic University’s third annual virtual Pre-Health Professions Day and Graduate Fair Event! We are looking forward to seeing you virtually.  

In order to keep on schedule with all the activities we have programed for the day, we kindly ask that you please log in to the meeting at least 5 to 10 minutes prior your assigned presentation time. Once you are logged in, you will be directed to your assigned room. You will have an hour to present at your designated scheduled time; please allow at least 10 or 15 minutes to answer any questions the students may have. We can provide an FAU student to each room to assist with anything you may need, like technical support or even the Q & A. Please let us know in advance if you would like to have a student with you. 

On Wednesday March 16, we will have a brief meeting with all registered schools at 5:00 p.m. (eastern) to answer any questions or concerns you may have prior to the fair, and you will also be able to test your designated chats rooms. Please see the link below; we hope to see you there. 


Meeting ID: 834 4250 7099
Passcode: HZQ6fQ

We understand that one hour may not be enough for your presentation and Q &A, therefore as a courtesy we will allow you to meet with students on Friday, March 18th and Friday, March 25th to address any questions our students may have about your school or from your presentation. To do this, you can create your own Zoom link to present on either Friday and have that information ready during your presentation on Thursday or Monday so you can share it with the students and they are aware of it. We can also add the link information to our CANVAS page for you. Please keep in mind that other schools may want to present as well.  

We will be mailing you a token of appreciation for participating in our event, please confirm your address. 

Materials to utilize: Power Point presentations, Zoom, videos, flyers, etc. If you need to mail in material to share with students, you can send it to FAU 777 Glades Rd, SE-43 Room 308, Boca Raton, FL 33431. 

In association with the following Student Organizations