Student organizations, community service, athletics and music provide a picture of your varied talents and interest in being a well-rounded individual.
Combined with academic excellence, serving as a campus leader showcases your ability to multitask and manage your time.
You’ll also have the opportunity to eat lunch with students to learn more about what it’s like to be a UF medical school student.
Interviews are held on Fridays between August and March on the UF campus.
The widely acclaimed Florida Gators are celebrated by their fans who are collectively known as the “Gator Nation.” The Gators are the first college sports team in history to win both the national men's basketball and football championships in the same year.
In addition to its stellar athletics programs, UF hosts a variety of on-campus activities, including a television station, music ensembles, a symphony orchestra, fraternities/sororities, and a student government.
Working in the medical field will help you learn more about what happens on the front line.
You can also shadow a physician to learn more about the daily work of a doctor.
You’ll need to earn a C or better in each of these classes.
Be sure to get involved in extracurricular activities to demonstrate your leadership skills.