Community Exploration Opportunities:
CU Mini-Med School
CU Mini-STEM School
K-12 Exploration Opportunities:
Colorado AHEC health career exploration programs
Aurora LIGHTS (LeadInG the way to careers in HealTh Sciences)
is a pipeline program that encourages and supports educationally and
economically disadvantaged students who pursue careers in the health
fields and biomedical research.
Combined BA/BS-MD Degree Programs
Denver Student Training in Research Science (STaRS)Program provides an opportunity for highly motivated high school
students in the junior or senior year from traditionally
underrepresented backgrounds to explore careers and educational options
in the areas of research, biomedical field and clinical and
hPOD / Skinner Middle School Science Camp
Undergraduate Exploration Opportunities:
CREATE Health Scholars Program
MCAT Study Academy
Undergraduate Pre-Health Program (UPP)
Graduate/Post-Graduate Exploration Opportunities
Programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus:
VALUABLE INFORMATION FOR COLLEGE BOUND STUDENTS!
Information for High School Counselors and Educators, as well as High School Students and Parents. We add information daily so please feel free to return for updates anytime!
Your high school student has expressed an interest in pursuing an undergraduate education, and may be interested in receiving information regarding health care professions and basic science research (and how to apply for educational programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
The following are links to a variety of information to help you along:
You may be working with a group of students interested in health care, public health, research, etc. Each academic year we will have Professor Presentations scheduled which you may attend - spaces are limited, so be sure to contact us and let us know you are interested in participating. The calendar will be published on this website in early September. Please see the list of dates and presentations on the right of this page - and use the Google link to sign up for one or more presentation dates.
If you schedule an appointment to meet with pre-admissions advisors, to attend pre-collegiate or a Professor Presentation - you'll need to park on campus. Here is a link to Visitor Parking at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Most visitors park in the Georgetown Lot close to Education II North. This is a pay lot ($1/hour; $5/all day) - you can pay at any of the several kiosks on the perimeter of the parking lot. RTD routes to the Anschutz Medical Campus can be searched at www.rtd-denver.com