Drexel Pathway to Medical School (DPMS)
The Drexel Pathway to Medical School (DPMS) is a one-year master's degree program with early assurance into the College of Medicine. The program provides students who have taken pre-med classes the opportunity to further enhance their academic background in preparation for medical school studies. Drexel Pathway to Medical School students who meet the GPA and MCAT score requirements matriculate into the MD program.
The early assurance is a conditional acceptance for matriculation into Drexel University College of Medicine following successful completion of the program with achievement of the academic and professional benchmarks outlined in the DPMS program policies.
The purpose of the Drexel Pathway to Medical School program is to promote diversity at Drexel University College of Medicine by providing opportunities to individuals who come from socially or economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Drexel Minority Achievement Program (DMAP)
The Drexel Minority Achievement Program's mission is to create a positive collegiate experience for minority students so that they may achieve excellence as well as to increase the retention rate of minority students on the campus of Drexel University through academic support, financial aid guidance and through social interaction. Membership is extended to those full-time undergraduate students who are actively enrolled in Drexel University, regardless of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or ability.
Student Center for Inclusion and Culture at Drexel University
The Student Center for Inclusion and Culture promotes an inclusive and culturally sensitive community through:
- Comprehensive cultural month programming
- A wide range of multicultural and social equality education
- Training opportunities on a variety of topics including gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation and economic class
Women's Health Education Program
The Women's Health Education Program (WHEP) is committed to integrating women's health issues into every aspect of our curriculum. Women's health includes topics related to public health, community outreach, health education, patient care and many others. WHEP has ongoing activities throughout the year that highlight these issues. We strive to bring focus to health concerns and education for female patients and medical professionals, as well as the medical community at large.
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