Pre-Professional Programs is located in DePaolo Hall, room 1003. Call us at (910) 962-3245 or contact a pre-professional advisor.
Upcoming Events and Workshops
Pre-Professional Programs is here to help you explore, engage, prepare and apply during your time as a pre-health or pre-law Seahawk. We support all campus-wide programming that will assist you in doing so. Please find a list of programs hosted by Pre-Professional Programs and our campus partners that will assist you wherever you are in your application process.
Pre-Professional Drop In Advising
Monday, January 11 – Thursday, May 5
Drop in for a 1-on-1 advising meeting with a Pre-Professional Advisor on Mondays & Thursdays 10:00am-12:00pm while classes are in session. No appointment needed. Visit us on the 1st floor of DePaolo Hall in University College.
Lower Cape Fear Hospice Volunteer Training
Tuesday, February 9 – 3:30pm-6:30pm – McNeill Hall, Room 2056
Volunteers have always been the heart of any hospice organization, and Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter is no exception. Students interested in becoming a volunteer for the center are invited to attend this mandatory training to learn more about the services and care provided at Lower Cape Fear Hospice. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Prepping for Grad School
Wednesday, February 10 • 4pm - 5pm • Leutze Hall 134
Should I go to grad school? How can I get in? Cosponsored with Honors College and the Graduate School.
Spring 2016 Career Fair
Tuesday, February 16 • Noon - 3pm • Burney Center
Career Fair for all majors! Come by to speak with employers representing a wide variety of industries, plus visit the LinkedIn Photo Booth! Check SeaWork for a current list of employers scheduled to attend. Professional attire is required.
Financial Planning for Students and New Graduates
(also part of Career Prep for the Global Professional Series)
Wednesday, February 17 • 6pm • Azalea Coast Room, FUU 2001
Students and new grads - attend this workshop by State Employees Credit Union and Morgan Stanley to learn about managing your personal finances for your future. Cosponsored with Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion.
Thursday, February 25 – Saturday, February 28 – Charleston, South Carolina
Join the UNI 120 Civic Engagement for Pre-Health Students class on a visit to the health graduate programs at the Medical University of South Carolina. Tour the facilities, meet current graduate students, and get questions answered by admissions representatives. Also, spend the day giving back to the local community to further explore what it means to help people. Transportation and lodging will be provided. UNI 120 students are given priority registration. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Vitals Learning Community hosts a Health Practitioner Panel
Wednesday, March 16 – 6:30-8:00pm – Seahawk Crossing
Join Vitals students and Pre-Professional Student Ambassadors as they hear from current healthcare practitioners as they share their personal experiences throughout their journey to become a healthcare professional. Panelists are members of the Wilmington community and serve in varying provider roles including Pediatrics, Family & General Practice, Physical Therapy and Nurse Practitioners. Come prepared to ask questions and meet professionals in your future field. RSVP to email@example.com is required.
Monday, March 21 - 5:00pm - CIS 1012
Learn about resources, programs, and recommended coursework specifically for pre-health and pre-law students. Hear from advisors and campus partners about admission requirements, how to prepare for graduate programs, and campus resources that will help you become a successful applicant.
Pre-Professional Student Week
Monday, March 28 – Saturday, April 2
Join us for Pre-Professional Student Week focused on preparing pre-health and pre-law students for a future in health and law professions. Students meet current professionals, learn how to prepare for the application process and sharpen skills needed to become uniquely qualified candidates for the graduate program of their choice. Sponsored by University College Pre-Professional Programs and many campus partners.
Celebrating Health & Human Services Week
Monday, April 4 – Friday, April 8
Join UNCW's College of Health and Human Services for its annual Health and Human Services Week. Each day during the week, exciting events take place that focus on enhancing health and human services.
Wednesday, April 6 • 10am - 4pm • Career Center, FUU 2035
Get your resume critiqued by staff, employers, and alumni to help you better market yourself on paper. Reviews will be on a first-come, first-serve basis: No appointment necessary.