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Pre-Health Advising Services

All individual appointments and walk-in hours are held in the Pre-Health Advising offices (B. Jones Center, Suite 204). Please come straight back to sign in. Group Mandatory Check-Ups, CL Info Sessions, and PHA Events are held in different locations across campus. Check the event location to confirm.

Peer Mentor Walk-In Hours

Peer Mentor Walk-In Advising Hours are offered throughout the week during the Fall and Spring semesters, no appointment necessary. Peer Mentors can answer questions about course registration, finding opportunitites on campus, exploring health careers, and more. Peer Mentor walk-in hours will begin after Add/Drop/Swap ends each semester.

Scheduled Advisor Appointments (30 minutes)

Schedule an individual Pre-Health Advising appointment to explore pre-health options, ask academic questions, discuss your application timeline, and other general questions related to pre-health or to complete your 1:1 Follow-Up (for students who recently completed their Group Mandatory Check-Up). Click on your advisor's name below to schedule an appointment.

Group Mandatory Check-Up

The Group Mandatory Check-Up is an advising program for Sophomore students. Students will meet with their peers to discuss holistic development, complete a self-assessment, and be guided through activities that will help them identify their progress towards their professional goals. The Group Mandatory Check-Up (and corresponding 1:1 Follow-Up) are required in order to obtain a Composite Letter from Pre-Health Advising (pre-medical, dental, optometry, and podiatry students only). See the Group Mandatory Check-Up page for more information.

Composite Letter Info Session (CL 101)

The information below pertains to the Fall 2018 semester (for the 2019 Composite Letter cycle). CL 101 Info Sessions will begin again in the Fall of 2019 for students applying for a 2020 Composite Letter.

To begin the process of obtaining a 2019 Composite Letter for the upcoming application cycle, we will be offering a series of information sessions. If you are considering applying to medical, dental, optometry, or podiatry programs in the upcoming application cycle, select an available date to RSVP for a CL 101 Info Session. Attending a CL 101 session is required in order to gain access to the 2019 Composite Letter.

  • If you are studying abroad in the Fall, please fill out this form so we can set you up with an alternative:
  • If you are an Emory alum and cannot come to campus for a CL Info Session, please email your advisor.

All others: 

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