Scholarship recipients outside Pearson Hall Scholarship recipients outside Pearson Hall
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Prospective undergraduate students interested in a career in a healthcare profession are advised that the Mallory-Wilson Center offers curriculum and programming that complements traditional academic majors, but it does not offer a stand-alone major. Some of the special programming includes the Premedical Living Learning Community and the Premedical Scholars program for incoming students.

Premedical Living Learning Community

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The practice of medicine has become a team effort and offers an incredible variety of career possibilities. The Mallory-Wilson Center Premedical Living Learning Community (MWC LLC) brings together students interested in pursuing a career in one of the medical fields. The MWC LLC programming will help students explore the fields of healthcare so they can learn about career opportunities and make informed career choices. Students in the community will take core courses required for admission to essentially all health professions schools, and the MWC Premedical LLC support systems will help students as they navigate those first challenging courses.

Prodesse Scholars

The Prodesse Scholars Program offers energetic and gifted incoming first-year Miami students an intensive and intimate one-year, cohort-based experience that is led by an outstanding faculty member, focused on a cross-cutting and relevant theme or problem, and supported by one of Miami’s renowned interdisciplinary centers or institutes.

The Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education is a participant in this program, and offers:

  • PMD 101: Exploring Healthcare Careers - a first semester course, and
  • participation in Ohio Medical Education Day to Prodesse Scholars.

To be considered for the Prodesse Scholars Program, you must first apply to Miami University via the Common Application and indicate interest in applying to the Prodesse Scholars Program.

Planning a Visit

Prospective students and their families are welcome to visit during regularly-scheduled hours. While you are visiting our campus, if you would like to visit with a pre-health professions advisor to discuss what the Miami University and the Mallory-Wilson Center has to offer, email us at or call us at (513) 529-3737 and we'll schedule an appointment.

Undergraduate Admission

Miami University's admission requirements and procedures vary according to your status as an applicant. Please refer to the specific links below for more information, or visit Miami's main Admission website.