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The Pre-Medical Mentoring program is led through the combined efforts of the College of Natural Science Pre-Health Advising Team and a core team of students from the College of Human Medicine and College of Osteopathic Medicine.

To participate in this program as a mentee, a student must identify as pre-med and must be a current MSU undergraduate student. Mentors must be current MSU medical students.


Spring 2024 Group Event: Medical School Application Process

This session will be presented by a group of Pre-Med Mentors (current students) from MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and MSU College of Human Medicine. They will provide a general overview of the medical school application process as well as details about personal statements, CASPeR, letters of recommendation, and how to write about your work/activities. Gain valuable advice from mentors who have been through this process (successfully!) as they share tips on what they’ve learned through experience.

Register here.

All are welcome to join. You do not have to be a member of the pre-medical mentoring program to attend. 


Program Goals

The Michigan State University Pre-Medical Mentoring Program connects undergraduate pre-med students with medical students from the College of Human Medicine and the College of Osteopathic Medicine.

The program is committed to facilitating relationships that provide undergraduate students with increased support and guidance, while offering medical students an opportunity for leadership and service to our campus community.

Mentor support and guidance may come in the form of encouragement, advice, anticipation of challenges, and sharing of personal experience related to medical school and the application process. Mentees will benefit from the perspective and insight that a student with more experience can offer.



  • Pre-medical students who sign up for the program will be matched with a volunteer medical student who will provide mentoring on topics of interest to the pre-med student.
  • Mentors and mentees should work together to develop expectations and goals for the academic year.
  • Mentees and mentors may interact face-to-face or electronically and as frequently as they would like (minimum of twice a semester).
  • Active members will be invited to attend large group events led by medical student mentors at least once a semester. Events are held in a virtual format to provide accessible programming for all involved.

Note that mentor relationships are meant to supplement a pre-medical student’s experience and do not replace pre-health advising. Undergraduate students must meet with pre-health advisors to discuss their academic records, available resources, and details of the application process.


Join the program!

Sign-up for the mentoring program is currently closed. 

If you are interested in joining the Pre-Medical Mentoring program, please check back here at the beginning of the Fall 2024 semester.

Sign-up links will re-open and be posted here in September 2024.


After you submit the sign-up form:

If we have an available mentor/mentee, you will be matched within approximately 1-2 weeks. We check the sign-up list for new submissions regularly and aim to match you quickly while also working to find a mentor/mentee who will be a good fit. Once you have been paired, you will receive an email indicating your mentor/mentee’s name and contact information.

If we are at capacity, you will receive an email letting you know. Once a mentor/mentee becomes available, you will be matched and receive an email with your mentor/mentee’s name and contact information.

If you have questions or suggestions, please email natsci.prehealth@msu.edu