Students who gain practical experiences, search for exposure to their field, and get involved on campus are the most likely to be successful in their applications to graduate programs in law and medicine. Campus and community involvement demonstrate that students can engage in meaningful work, live their morals and values, and step out of their comfort zones. By choosing activities you are passionate about, you can begin to understand your motivation for pursuing your career in health or law. These experiences will shape your application materials and provide substance in your interviews. For more ways to get involved, contact a Pre-Professional Advisor.