UPDATE: With the resurgence of COVID-19 and the Omicron variant in our region and nationally, with updated California State University San Bernardino policy guidelines regarding health and safety, we have decided to go fully virtual for this event to ensure the health and well-being of attendees.
The CSUSB MAPSS Pre-Medical and Pre-Health Conference provides students, parents, community members and counselors with information about the medical and health professional school admission process. It is a unique opportunity for direct contact with medical school deans, admission officers, faculty and staff.
The 2022 Conference will be held (Virtually) from California State University, San Bernardino on February 19, 2022.
Our past conferences have featured over 100 dynamic pre-med and pre-health professional workshops — led by deans and admission directors. Our speakers and events will provide you with in-depth information on issues ranging from the medical school curriculum, admission requirements, financial aid and test preparation, to public policy, clinical and research opportunities. Over 80 medical schools, public health schools, pharmacy schools, dental schools, nursing schools, PA schools, veterinary schools, optometry schools, and physical and occupational therapy programs have participated each year. Moreover, physicians and representatives from many programs national wide will be present to directly answer questions during workshops and the Pre-Health Professions Fair. Health Professions at This Year’s Conference For 2022 will highlight these key professions:
Allopathic Physician (MD)
Osteopathic Physician (DO)
Physician Assistant (PA)
Nurse Practitioner (NP)
Registered Nurse (RN)
Physical Therapy (PT)
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Veterinary Medicine (DVT)
Public Health (PH)
Chiropractic Physician (DC)
Clinical and Biomedical Research
Mental and Behavior Health
Business in Medicine
This conference is a once-a-year unique opportunity to directly interact with decision-makers of top medical and pre-health professions schools from across the country.