Student Experience

Wondering what it's like to be a student in the Pre-Medicine program here at the University of Cincinnati? As a student in this cutting-edge program, you'll be equipped with the knowledge, tools, hands-on experience, and community engagement needed to excel. Learn what opportunities are available to you as you embark on your unique undergraduate experience. 

Student Perspective 

Hi I'm, Emily Susanto

headshot of Emily Susanto, Health Science - Pre Medicine major

Emily Susanto, Health Science - Pre Medicine major

I'm going into my last year of the pre-med program next semester. I chose UC's pre-med program because I felt that it was one that could best prepare me for medical school and for the opportunities/experiences I knew it could offer me; I really wanted a better understanding of the field and what it took before I committed myself to it and I knew UC was the place to do just that.

Read more about Emily!

Getting Involved 

Make the most out of your college journey by getting involved on campus! There's no better way to enrich your experience and create lasting memories than by actively participating in student organizations, clubs, and events. Involvement on campus offers a myriad of benefits that go beyond the classroom such as personal development, community building, networking opportunities, and educational enrichment.  

American Medical Student Association, Premedical Chapter

Photographed University Cincinnati students, faculty for marketing promos for CAHS Thursday March 30, 2023 at College of Allied Health Sciences. Photo by Joseph Fuqua II

Health Sciences students research the skeletal system.

The purpose of AMSA shall be to provide pertinent information to students interested in medicine, to stimulate an appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in the study of medicine, and to encourage excellence in pre-medical school. AMSA will also host fundraisers to help organizations in need and to raise awareness. 

The University of Cincinnati is home to over 600 student organizations! Find one that is right for you. Click the button below for a comprehensive list of all that UC has to offer.      

Program Outcomes 

Outcome Rate

37.63% of students find employment after obtaining their bachelor's degree in Health Sciences while 61.29% go on to continue their education in their designated field of study.  

Top Graduate Programs

The rigor and reputation of the Health Sciences Program help graduates successfully apply to and transition into graduate school. 70-85% of undergraduate students are accepted into graduate programs. Students most commonly attend:
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Mount St. Joseph University 
  • The Ohio State University 
  • University of Toledo
  • Belmont University 

Top Employers

Through our valuable partnerships and close proximity to renowned hospitals and medical centers, graduates of the Health Sciences program at the University of Cincinnati predominantly secure employment in:
  • Children's Hospital Medical Center 
  • University of Cincinnati Medical Center 
  • Bon Secours Mercy Health  
  • Drake Center Inc 

Success Resources 

Photographed University Cincinnati students, faculty for marketing promos for CAHS Thursday March 30, 2023 at College of Allied Health Sciences. Photo by Joseph Fuqua II

Allied Health Students: Kaleb Gerken, Dani Ameh, and Anastasia Russell (left to right)

Every student's educational journey is unique. Together with the University of Cincinnati's centralized programs and resources, The College of Allied Health Sciences provides a wide range of solution-based services, intended to remove obstacles and clear the pathway to success.

In the News


Finding home away from home

April 10, 2024

Navigating life at university is difficult for any college student, but those common challenges are magnified for international students, who also contend with language barriers and cultural differences along the way. Two pairs of international student siblings at the University of Cincinnati—Hamza and Anas Khairy as well as Khwahish and Kartavya Singh—decided to pursue their degrees side by side.

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