Students and Pathways

Michigan Medicine’s Pathways programs support students by providing diverse opportunities at every level of education. The Office for Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI) offers programming for students at each step along the health science and medical career pathway, including middle school, high school, undergraduate education, and medical school and graduate education. 

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Empowering students on their journey to healthcare professions
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K-12 Programs

OHEI offers all-day events, as well as multi-week programs, to K-12 learners, exposing youth to the University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine and introducing them to various medical departments and healthcare professions.

Learn more about K-12 DEI programs
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Undergraduate Programs

OHEI offers two multi-week summer programs to undergraduate students and recent graduates who are interested in exploring biomedical research and/or applying and gaining admission to medical school.

Explore summer programs for undergrads
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Medical School Programs

OHEI offers programming and support to University of Michigan medical students, including leadership programs, faculty mentors, and sponsorship of student organizations.

Learn more about DEI programs for U-M Medical School learners