Student Organizations Directory
Some of our most unique student experiences come out of our 100+ student organizations. They offer plenty of opportunities to bond with your peers and mentors on different and diverse levels. Learn something new, network, serve others or just get together for fun. The choice is yours.
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Choose Sleep Interest Group
The Choose Sleep Interest Group is a student organization that broadly aims to disseminate an awareness of the importance of sleep and sleep disorders as they relate to individual and public health.
Choosing Wisely Chapter at the University of Michigan
The Choosing Wisely seeks to advance a national dialogue on avoiding unnecessary medical services.
Christian Medical Association
This is a community of Christian medical students is dedicated to fostering Christian growth in all areas of life, emphasizing the integration of faith into medicine, and witnessing to the truth and love of Jesus Christ in our relationships with our friends, our community and the world.
DEI Task Force
The mission of the DEI Task Force is to build a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment at the University of Michigan by fostering fundamental changes in our institutional culture.
Delonis Clinic
The Delonis Clinic, located at the Delonis Homeless Shelter in Ann Arbor, provides free medical services to all comers.
Dermatology Interest Group (DIG)
The Dermatology Interest Group helps medical students explore opportunities for mentorship, research and resources to help match into the field.
Developing Future Biologists
DFB is a graduate student-led organization with the mission to ensure that the next generation of biologists learn the core concepts of developmental biology and are made aware of the opportunities that exist to pursue a career in the sciences regardless of their race, gender, and socioeconomic status.
Doctors of Tomorrow
The University of Michigan Medical School’s Doctors of Tomorrow (DOT) outreach program exposes underrepresented minority students to careers in medicine, and provides them with the skillset needed to help them pursue this path.
Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
The Emergency Medicine Interest Group is a student interest group at UMMS dedicated to provide medical students with early exposure to the exciting field of emergency medicine.
Engaging Scientists in Policy & Advocacy
ESPA is an interdisciplinary group of undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, faculty and staff that aim to promote the participation of research scientists in policy and advocacy. They provide training to develop effective science advocacy and communication as well as comprehension and analysis of science policy.
Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG)
The Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) strives to educate the student body about family medicine’s role in our health care system, dispel myths about the field, and demonstrate how family medicine is changing to improve its patient-centered model of medical care.
First in Family
First in Family at the University of Michigan Medical School provides medical students who are first-generation (defined as students with parents who do not have four-year degrees) and/or low-income with the academic, professional, financial, and community resources necessary to succeed in medical school and in the medical profession.
Frog Island Track Club
Frog Island Track Club focuses on providing medical students with the opportunity to work with 1st to 6th graders in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Galens Medical Society
Galens Medical Society is the University of Michigan Medical School's largest and longest running service and social organization.
Genomic Medicine Interest Group (GenoMIG)
The Genomic Medicine Interest Group provides University of Michigan Medical School students with resources and opportunities to explore an emerging medical field that uses genomic information to provide patients with enhanced health outcomes.
Get Access: Geriatric Education on Telehealth
GET Access is an organization that provides one-to-one remote technological guidance to geriatric patients so that they may use video software to participate in medical appointments and to connect with family & friends.
Girls Who Code
GWC at UM DCMB teaches computer programming skills to K-12 students through weekly club meetings and other outreach events.
Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS)
The GHHS recognizes students who practice patient-centered care by modeling the qualities of integrity, excellence, compassion, altruism, respect and empathy.
Graduate Employees’ Organization
The Graduate Employees’ Organization is a labor union, founded by graduate students in 1975. Since then, grad students like you collectively negotiate the terms of our employment like salary and healthcare benefits with the university. All graduate students should join their colleagues by becoming members of GEO — we all benefit from a strong contract.
Graduate Society of Black Engineers & Scientists (GSBES)
The mission of GSBES is to recruit and retain Black graduate students in science and engineering through outreach and advocacy.
Hope Medical Clinic Student Organization
Hope Medical Clinic is a free clinic in neighboring Ypsilanti.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School
The IHI Open School is an interdisciplinary student organization that provides students of all health professions with a wide variety of opportunities and experiences in the field of quality improvement and patient safety locally at the University of Michigan and on both a national and international level.
Jewish Medical Student Association (JeMSA)
A group that is focused on fostering Jewish community at the medical school.
Latin American & Native American Medical Association (LANAMA)
The Latin American & Native American Medical Association was founded in 1985 to provide a more welcoming and supportive environment for our Native American and Latinx medical students at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Let’s PLAY
Provides after school programming for elementary students in local under resourced schools.