Pre-Medical Society


For those of you who may be either interested in or committed to a career in medicine, we would like to invite you to join the Pre-Medical Society on campus. We meet Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. in Ben 108. To join, please complete a new member form at the meeting.

As a society member, you will have access to some incredible resources and opportunities. In addition to the vast amount of valuable information available through our I-Learn page and other society members, we meet frequently with physicians from different specialties, admissions directors/committee members, and experts in preparing medical school application materials (i.e. personal statements, letters of evaluation, etc.). We have opportunities to practice clinical skills, including drawing blood, taking blood pressure, suturing techniques, performing physical exams, using scopes, casting, and more. In addition, the society is often able to travel to events and medical schools in the northwest.

The current and former society leaders have worked hard to make this organization a successful resource, and would love for you to both utilize it and share your talents and resources as we continue to grow and improve.

If you would like to join the society, please attend one of our weekly meetings and fill out a new member form so you will receive updates and have access to all of our resources. Society dues of $20 per semester (non-refundable) will be charged to your student account and will contribute to the cost of society activities and trips. If you have any additional questions, please contact our VP of Specialties at his email listed below. For urgent inquiries, contact him at 480-332-0095. Like our Facebook page listed below for weekly announcements on activities.

Pre-medical Society Facebook Page 


Name Contact
President Alex Torres
Vice President Colten McEwan
VP of Shadowing Derek Kent
VP of Volunteering Daniel Scott
VP of Marketing Dan Hulse
VP Financing Erick Guevara
VP MCAT Prep Candice Hill
VP Specialties Thomas Knox
Faculty Advisor Clair Eckersell, Ph.D.


Last updated September 26, 2015