Aggie Connections and Seminars

Health Professions Advising offers connections and seminars throughout the academic year. Seminars may be health profession specific or general pre-health development. Go here for the full list of all Aggie Connections. See below for Winter Quarter 2019  connections and seminars.

  • On the Road of Happiness in Health Professions

    This seminar will be run as a discussion, talking about stress management and gap years, going over misconceptions in health professions and graduate school, creating a pre-health timeline for the students, answering any questions students may have, introducing HPA, having mentor programs for students to get advice from upperclassmen who have taken the same or similar classes or from the same pre-health path, inviting peer advisers and staff advisers from HPA to talk about any pre-health topics, and incorporating The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin in some of our seminars so that students can be informed about this on-campus event and learn from the book as this book relates closely to our seminar. We will also hold a social event on the last seminar of the quarter such as getting ice-cream from the MU or downtown to conclude this seminar.

    Open to all new students

    Time and Location: Tuesdays, 12:10 – 1 pm, HPAC 119

  • The Pathway to Medicine

    The Pathway to Medicine seminar allows students on the pre-medical path to join forces to discuss important topics in healthcare. We will host guest speakers from the medical field, third year pre-med students, advisors and more. Tips on time management, study strategies, creating application timelines, and finding experiences will be shared. This will be a safe place to bring all of your questions!

    Open To All New Students

    Time and Location: Mondays, 3 - 4 pm,  HPAC 119
    Register: This connection is not for credit. To register, follow the link below:

  • Pre-Health App Prep Seminar

    Applying to a health professions program this upcoming cycle? Join Health Professions Advising this winter to get the tools and resources to be a successful applicant while getting a jump start on the application process. Covered topics include personal statements, experiences, secondaries, interviews, and more.

    Open to 2019-20 Cycle Applicants ONLY.

    Time and Location: Fridays, 10 - 11:50 am, HPAC 119
    Register: 2 units P/NP, CRN 31957