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Are You Considering a Career in Health Sciences?

Choosing your career is one of the most important decisions that you will ever make. When asked why they chose to pursue medicine, most physicians respond that they wanted to make a difference by helping people and positively impacting their lives through health care.

Serving others through health care is a noble and challenging way to invest your intellect, skills, and passion in a demanding and rewarding profession.  

Expect to Be Challenged

School admissions committees are looking for students who will be able to keep up with the coursework. Most medical students agree that the amount of material required during the first two years of pre-clinical study is exponentially higher than the workload during undergraduate school. During the third and fourth (clinical) years, there are also physical and psychological demands made by very long hours, hard work, and interaction with patients. It takes a highly motivated individual to pursue a career in health care.

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It Takes a Village

New Leadership Team Counts on Volunteers for The Free Clinic Success
The second oldest of eight siblings, Abbie Rosales had plans to become an engineer. Born and raised in Fort Worth, she lived in the same home since she was born before heading off to college at Texas A & M. In her sophomore year, her life and professional goals took a shift when her father was diagnosed with diabetes. MORE

 

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TTUHSC Student Services

Consider the Office of Student Services your ultimate support network as well as your brain center for resources. MORE