Aspiring Health Professions Summer Academy (APHSA): The Aspiring Health Professions Summer Academy is a week long summer program hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The Office introduces the 9th-12th grade students to hands on experiences, lectures, and student, staff, and faculty interaction from all 7 colleges on OUHSC. The students experience what it would be like if they were to attend the University. The academy also exemplifies how all the professions and colleges work together to keep the patient alive and thriving. This idea of teamwork is also presented at the end of the week during a cadaver simulation for the students, performed by the staff and faculty. The Program is completely free. For more information email email@example.com or call 405-271-3044
Club Scrubs: College of Medicine hosts Club Scrubs. Club Scrubs is a club focused on just high school students who are interested in interactive experiences in the Heath Field. The club meets two times a month from 5:30 – 7:00pm at OU College of Medicine's Andrew's Academic Tower, 800 Stanton L. Young Blvd. First Floor. For more information email Candice Teets at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-271-2265 x48202
Mini Medical School Experience: This is a one day event for 8th-12th grade students looking to be exposed to careers in medicine. For more information email Candice Teets at email@example.com or call 405-271-2265 x48202
SPARK: A program presented by the College of Medicine. SPARK is a week-long summer program targeted at high school sophomores and juniors that are interested in healthcare. Students have the opportunity to interact with students, staff and faculty. The activities that the students will be participating in include casting and suturing workshops, treating sports-related injuries and utilizing state-of-the-art equipment such as laparoscopic surgery simulators. SPARK is a free program and has two separate summer sessions for the students to apply to. Applications can be accepted as early as February. For more information on the SPARK program, please feel free to contact Brent Ross (405) 271- 2331 Ext. 48515 or Brent-Ross@ouhsc.edu
OUCOP Future PharmeRx Preview Day: Middle school or high school student interested in learning more about the profession of pharmacy? Then this event is for you! Attendees will get the opportunity to learn more about the pharmacy profession and pharmacy school from our faculty, students, and staff with various interactive activities and tours. This event is open to the first 75 middle school and high school students who register. A tentative schedule is below but this schedule is subject to change based on availability.
PharmD Early Assurance Program for High School Seniors ( PEAP): PEAP is a fast track Program for High School Seniors who are interested in becoming Pharmacists. Students get done in a shorter amount of time and save money by starting the med school track so early. If you are interested or any questions about the application process or qualifications, please contact the admissions staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-271-6598
Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences Bachelor of Science Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Radiography, Sonography High School Early Admission Program : The high school early admission option for the nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, radiography, and sonography program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center was created to offer outstanding prospective students the opportunity to secure a position in one of the Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences programs prior to graduating from high school.
Admission Requirements – High School Early Admission To be considered for admission, an applicant must be in good standing with the high school currently attending; have a minimum grade point average of 3.75 on a 4.0 scale for all high school work attempted; have completed at least 3 high school science credits with grades of B or better; complete and document an interview of a Supervisor in a hospital in the area of interest; have scored at least a 24 on the American Collegiate Testing (ACT) or equivalent SAT-I score of 1090; and complete a minimum of 24 hours of volunteer experience in a health care setting no later than August 1st of the following year. (It is recommended to complete the volunteer experience prior to the application deadline if possible but not required.)Application