Med Prep - MCAT & CLIMB
Med Prep is a six-week summer session for American Indian college upperclassmen and graduates who are preparing for medical school coursework. The program is focused on pre-medical students preparing to take or retake the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
Students preparing to take or retake the MCAT are offered full-day sessions focusing on the basic sciences, including biochemistry and physiology, as well as verbal reasoning and writing.
Shadowing is a major aspect of the program. Students receive shadowing appointments in a variety of areas, including emergency care, cardiology, renal analysis, respiratory care and surgery. Visitations to area hospice/home care and rehab facilities are also offered.
Students also participate in computer workshops, attend presentations by medical school personnel and visit Indian Health Service facilities.
All expenses are paid for by the INMED program, including transportation to and from Grand Forks.
Program dates: 2021 dates TBD
Extended deadline for Applications:
Career & Life Instruction for Matriculation Building (CLIMB)
The CLIMB program is a four-week program designed for incoming first year American Indian medical students. The program is aimed at getting students acclimated to the rigors and culture of medical school, introducing them to the area, developing a budget for the coming school years, improving financial literacy and developing a sense of community prior to the start of medical school.
For more information on MCAT & CLIMB, contact:
Kathleen Fredericks, INMED College Coordinator
School of Medicine & Health Sciences