Alpha Epsilon Delta Prehealth Honor Society (AED)
AED is an honor society that seeks to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of premedical education,
promote communication between medical and premedical students and educators, provide a forum for students
with common interests, and support charities and the community.
American Medical Students Association (AMSA)
AMSA is a student-governed, national organization committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-
training. AMSA strives to improve medical training and the nation's health.
Minority Association for Prehealth Students (MAPS)
The Boulder chapter of the nationwide MAPS network features regular guest speakers on a variety of health-
related topics and healthcare fields. This group is for people who either identify as members of minority groups
or who have an interest in providing healthcare to the medically underserved.
Information: https://www.facebook.com/maps.boulder or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Neuroscience club is for students interested in discussing research or sharing information on Neuroscience.
Activities include hosting speakers, shadowing neurologists and observing neurosurgeries.
Pre-SOMA (Student Osteopathic Medical Association)
Pre-SOMA is the undergraduate division of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association. Our goal is to
promote and inform the public about osteopathic medicine and to increase the number of applicants to
osteopathic medical schools. Pre-SOMA is the student affiliate of the American Osteopathic Association. Information: http://presomacu.webstarts.com/
The Pre-Vet Club is an organization made up of pre-veterinary students who are interested in learning about the
many options available within veterinary medicine and helping one another prepare for application to veterinary
medical schools. Information: www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/prevetclub
Student Academic Success Center (SASC) Pre-Health Program
The Student Academic Success Center is a multi-cultural academic learning community that provides low
income and first generation college students with academic skills development, math and writing courses,
supplementary instruction in gateway courses, tutoring, and research opportunities. Their pre-health program
provides support and camaraderie for pre-health students.
Student Association for Prehealth Professionals (SAPP)
SAPP is a student-initiated and student-run pre-health group with regular meetings for the following fields:
• Allopathic Medicine
• Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy
• Integrative & Osteopathic Medicine
In SAPP, students can learn about several different professions or can focus on just one. Guest speakers and student leaders provide guidance and advice for students preparing for and applying to health programs.
Health-Related Service Groups with CU Boulder Chapters
Colleges Against Cancer
This organization sponsors Relay for Life, which is a life-changing event that helps the Boulder Community
celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the
disease. Information: www.college.relayforlife.org/GetInvolved/CollegesAgainstCancer/index
Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children (FIMRC)
FIMRC is dedicated to improving children’s health care and education in the Boulder community and abroad.
The main focus is on medical missions. Information: www.fimrc.org/region-7--west/cu-boulder.html
Global Dental Brigades
Global Dental Brigades is a group of college students who travel to rural communities in a country in Central or
South America during spring break each year to set up mobile clinics, provide prophylactic cleaning and
fluoride treatments, and assist with extractions, all under the oversight of certified dentists. Participants can also
gain public speaking experience by providing educational workshops on topics pertaining to oral health. Information: http://www.empowered.org/Dental-Brigades-at-University-of-Colorado--Boulder
Global Medical Brigades
Global Medical Brigades is a group of college students who travel to rural communities in a country in Central
or South America during spring break each year to set up mobile medical clinics. Our goal is to provide
sustainable healthcare solutions. Information: http://gmb.colorado.edu
Our goal is to form sustainable partnerships with international NGOs and to empower a diverse group of
university students (i.e., not just pre-meds) from around the country to make a difference in global health. Information: www.globemed.org/cuboulder
The Health Outreach for Latin America (H.O.L.A.) Foundation provides free medical care to underprivileged
patients, addresses public health needs, and provides free vet care for livestock and pets. Information: www.holafoundation.org
Student Emergency Medical Services (SEMS)
SEMS is dedicated to providing student medical services at student events. The goal is to prevent medical
emergencies and deaths within the Greek system and at all student events. Information: http://semsboulder.org
An organization that encourages students to strengthen community-based health and education initiatives. We
strive to create sustainable healthcare during international medical service trips and empower volunteers to take
an active part in global health. Information: http://cutimmy.org/
Previous CU Clubs, Currently Inactive on CU campus:
• Students for Organ Donation (SFOD) • Unite for Sight, website: www.uniteforsight.org
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