Whether you are a high school senior, a college student with a semester or two of classes behind you, or a college graduate, the staff of Northeastern University’s PreHealth Advising Program has the resources and the knowledge to advise you as you journey to your goal of becoming a healthcare professional. However, to achieve that goal you will have to make good use of all the opportunities available. These include academic distinction, rich experiences in research, clinical, and community service settings, and adequate planning and preparation.
Northeastern provides substantial on- and off-campus opportunities to help you excel in your studies and explore the professional world through our signature Co-op Program, research in faculty labs, Service-Learning classes, study abroad, volunteer opportunities at Boston Hospitals, and more. The resources of the PreHealth Advising Program (including individualized advising, workshops and presentations, outside speakers, student organizations, and the PreHealth Advising Program website) will help you plan and prepare for your future career and be ready to apply as a competitive applicant when that time comes.
We wish you the best in your decision-making and do look forward to seeing you on campus in the coming years.
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