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Are you in a health professions program or thinking about it?

Do you want to live and work in Idaho?

You can do this!

Pre-health advising at ISU health fair

Need some advice about choices and options when it comes to the health professions?

Contact Pre-Health Advising or visit one of our career fairs.

Or explore health professions.

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Need a scholarship to make your health professions dreams come true? 

Talk to ISU’s scholarship office!

Other scholarship offices in Southeast Idaho can be found at:

College of Southern Idaho

College of Eastern Idaho

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Get involved! Stay involved!  Join a student organization!

The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.     HOSA

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The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is an official ISU student organization since the early 2000s. The purposes of PHSA are to organize graduate students in public health and health education, and to provide extra-curricular opportunities for networking, public service, and educational enhancement.While PHSA is focused primarily on public health and health education, it is open to all Idaho State University students interested in health promotion and public health.   PHSA

Find an Idaho State University Club and keep your eye on your goals!

Participants in the Geriatric symposium

Do you want to innovate and be a leader in your profession?

Get involved with Interprofessional activities!

ISU’s Geriatric Certificate Course

Division of Health Sciences (DHS) Courses are interdisciplinary! Register

Take an Interdisciplinary Evaluation Team Course (CSD 5517 or SOWK 4417 ) offered through ISU’s Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders and Social Work.

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Do you really want to stand out?

Become a Southeast Idaho AHEC Scholar!