There are a multitude of ways to engage in global and community health issues via on-campus student groups. Also, if you have an update to your student organization’s details below or you wish to add your organization to our website, we want to hear from you! Please email Heather Gardner at email@example.com.
AMSA is a student-led, national association that exists to cultivate, inspire, and inform medical students.
Committed to educating Pre-PA students about their future health profession by organizing activities and providing mentorship support.
Who is the CAPS Peer Education Program? The CAPS PEP is a group of undergraduate students dedicated to increasing awareness and reducing stigma around mental health issues and treatment, with a primary focus on facilitating educational workshops and outreach to the UCSC student community.
Colleges Against Cancer plans community events to spread cancer awareness and fundraise money for non-profit cancer organizations like the American Cancer Society.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action Network is a network of young organizers and activists across the country who organize events on their campuses and in their communities to mobilize advocates for reproductive freedom; in addition to raising public awareness about reproductive health and rights, educating young people about sexual health, and creating lasting change in those communities.
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)! SHAC advises the UCSC Student Health Center and advocates for UCSC students on student health insurance for the UC system, UC SHIP.
A student-led coalition working to advocate on issues surrounding the housing crisis.
The first organization at UCSC with a focus on emergency medicine and pre-hospital care.
The Pre-Dental Society at University of California, Santa Cruz was founded in Fall of 2007. We are focused on providing our members with the resources necessary to become competitive dental school applicants.
Students fighting to ensure access and affordability to life-saving medicines developed on their campuses