Student Organizations

Find connections and expand your horizons through student groups

You do not have to give up what you love when you come to Michigan Med. Our campus hosts 75+ medical student groups, many of them founded by students. Ranging from socially and academically focused, to service and identity oriented, these groups round out your medical student experience. You can choose to participate in as many as you would like!

The University of Michigan Medical School Veterans and Military Medicine Interest Group connects veterans within Michigan Medicine.

The United Asian American Medical Student Association was founded in 1992 to support and represent the growing number of Asian American students entering the University of Michigan Medical School.

Universities Allied for Essential Medicines is a national organization that works to increase access to essential medicines (such as those for HIV, malaria and TB) in resource-poor countries by operating at the university level.

The University of Michigan Asylum Collaborative works in concert with Physicians for Human Rights and the University of Michigan Law School.

The Student Council is made up of several representatives from each class for various roles and responsibilities.

The U-M Student-Run Free Clinic is located about 25 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, in Pinckney, Michigan.

Members of the Urology Interest Group attend talks by Michigan Medicine urologists and residents covering topics from the daily lifestyle of a surgeon to emerging research.

The Victor Vaughan Society for the History and Philosophy of Medicine is a medical student group intended to promote intellectual inquiry and discourse on important issues in medicine, both past and present.

White Coats for Political Action is an independent, issues-based student group at the medical school that aims to promote political discourse, education, and actions that uphold the inclusive, patient-centered values of the medical profession.

Wilderness Medicine Interest Group

The Wilderness Medicine Interest Group is designed to be a forum to discuss and participate in medical care in low-resource environments.

Winding Roads is a diverse group of non-traditional students including, but not limited to, career changers, non-science majors, post-bac graduates, military veterans, and Peace Corps and AmeriCorps volunteers.

Wolverines for Life is a collaboration between the University of Michigan community, Gift of Life, Be the Match, Red Cross, and the Michigan Eye Bank -- all groups that are dedicated to saving lives through donation.

Our goal for Women's Health and Fitness Day is to impact Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and surrounding communities in our annual event to be held in February.

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