Minority & Rural Student Programs
The University of Louisville offers several programs for minority and rural students to help them with their preparation of becoming health care professionals. For more information regarding these programs, please review the Associate Dean's Office of Minority and Rural Affairs site.
The Unviersity of Louisville School of Medicine also offers a FREE six-week summer enrichment program for freshman and sophomore students who are interested in a career in medicine or dentistry. The Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. After the SMDEP program, there is also a MCAT preparation course offered through the Office of Minority and Rural Affairs.