The Pre-Medical Association has long-standing partnerships with many clubs and organizations on campus. To view an organization's website, please click on the respective link below.
Founded in 2002, the Medical Student Mentorship Program pairs current medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) with undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. MSMP provides support to students applying to medical school and helps to foster relationships between undergraduates and medical students and faculty. Mentors and mentees are paired according to their academic and extra-curricular interests. Mentorship pairs participate in a variety of activities throughout the year.
The Office of Student Life and Development (SLD) is committed to providing a spectrum of involvement and learning opportunities for students through innovative programs and quality services which promote leadership, life skills, and personal development while enhancing campus life.
The Biology Club is an organization for students who share an interest in the biological sciences. In the past, club events included shark cage enounters, camping, hiking, and camping. Many members of the Pre-Medical Association are also members of the Biology Club. The Biology Club is a participant in the annual Inter-Club Tournament.
HOSA is a national organization with a chapter at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. The UH Mānoa chapter strives to provide its members with as many health education and volunteer opportunities as possible. We want to motivate and encourage our members to continue developing both their knowledge and technical skills.
The Pre-Pharmacy Association is an organization for students who plan to pursue a career in pharmacy after graduation. Similar in structure to the Pre-Medical Association, the Pre-Pharmacy Association helps its membership find volunteering opportunities in the field of pharmacy, meet pharmacists in their community, and meet students with similar interests. In the past, club events included, barbecues, fundraisers, and volunteer work. The Pre-Pharmacy Association is a participant in the annual Inter-Club Tournament.
The American Chemical Society Student Affiliates of the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, also known as the Chemistry Club at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHMCC) is an undergraduate run organization whose mission is to cultivate and enrich the interests of students studying chemistry at the university, and promote chemistry education in the local community. The Chemistry Club is a participant in the annual Inter-Club Tournament.
The mission of the Pre-Veterinary Club is to provide a forum for promoting the introduction of students to opportunities and information related to animals and veterinary medicine. In addition, they strive to support our community and encourage student involvement on campus.
The Associated Students of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa (ASUH) is the undergraduate student government representing all full-time, classified, undergraduate students at the Manoa Campus. ASUH was chartered by the University of Hawai'i Board of Regents in 1912 and is now in its 97th year of serving and representing students. ASUH strives to serve students by advocating on their behalf with various entities, including the university administration, faculty, staff, community groups and government officials. ASUH also serves students by utilizing ASUH student fee money to fund diversified student programs and events on-campus.
ASUH has helped the Pre-Medical Association provide their CPR Certification Courses and their Appreciation Banquets in the past. Thank you, ASUH for your time and your continued support for the Pre-Medical Association.
The Campus Center Board, a Chartered Student Organization (CSO) of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, is responsible for governing the Student Union. Serving the constituents of the university, CCB provides non academic services in order to enhance the overall college experience for students.
The CCB has helped to provide the Pre-Medical Association with equipment for their CPR Certification Courses, and has also provided past venues for their Appreciation Banquet.
SAPFB is a chartered student organization that has been officially delegated authority to make recommendations to the Mānoa Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs regarding the allocation and use of the student activity and program fee. Appointed by the Mānoa Vice Chancellor, the Board is comprised of eleven members, eight of who are undergraduate and graduate students and three who are faculty or staff.
The purpose of SAPFB is to respond to the needs of all fee-paying students by providing financial support for co-curricular programs and activities, including Registered Independent Organizations (RIOs), University departments, and University-affiliated programs. SAPFB has helped to provide the Pre-Medical Association with funding for their CPR Certification Courses and their Appreciation Banquet.