The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Office of Outreach and Pipeline Programs offers various opportunities for prospective students to interact with our Faculty, students, and staff. We participate in numerous graduate and professional pre-medical conferences nationally as well as visit our local community and state colleges to talk about medical school admissions. We offer opportunities for pre-health students to participate in our summer pre-health pipeline programs and a yearlong Post-baccalaureate program hosted here on our UCLA campus.
For inquiries and questions about various MD programs, recruitment efforts, and any of our pre-health pipeline programs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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The UCLA/CDU Summer Health Professions Education Program (UCLA SHPEP) is a six-week summer enrichment program targeting educationally and financially disadvantaged freshmen and sophomore college students. SHPEP students will be able to interact with healthcare professionals and will gain insight about various healthcare professions. This program is intended for students interested in a career in Dentistry, Medicine, or Nursing.
The UCLA Pre-medical Enrichment Program (UCLA PREP) is a four-week nonresidential summer program for promising pre-medical students from educationally and financially disadvantaged backgrounds. PREP aims to strengthen student ability and readiness to study medicine through improving Learning Skills, MCAT Preparation, Medical School application guidance, and much more. The PREP program is intended for Junior College students and above.
The UCLA Re-Application Program (UCLA RAP) is an eleven-month post-baccalaureate program offered by the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in partnertship with the UC Postbaccalaureate Consortium, designed to assist promising students from disadvantaged backgrounds who were previously unsuccessful in gaining admission to a U.S. medical school. This program only admits re-applicants that are California residents.