One Week of Experiences to
Prepare You for a Lifetime of Achievement
If medical school is in your future, the Drexel University College of Medicine Mini-Med Spring Break™ at Hahnemann University Hospital may be the edge you need to best prepare for what's to come.
This one-of-a-kind experience can enlighten you about a career in medicine, whether you are about to enter medical school or are just beginning the application process.
All sessions are limited and based on availability.
Limited residential facilities are offered and based on availability for each session.
"I just wanted to express my sincerest thanks for allowing me to participate in the Mini-Medical School Program over Spring Break. This program solidified my decision to pursue a career in the medical field, and I could not be more grateful for the experiences and opportunities it provided. I am definitely looking forward to my future and who knows, maybe one day I will be a Drexel medical school student!
I've just started a post-baccalaureate at the University of Miami and am a year away from starting the application process. I also, perhaps unsurprisingly, have been thinking nonstop about becoming a surgeon. I want to thank you again for giving me the experience that has done the most to finalize my decision to enter medicine."
Christina Bentley, Mini Med Spring Break Alum
Choose from 7 one-week sessions*:
- Session 1: February 25 - March 1
- Session 2: March 4 - 8
- Session 3: March 11 - 15
- Session 4: March 18 - 22
- Session 5: March 25 - 29
- Session 6: April 1 - 5
- Session 7: April 8 - 12
*Sessions are available throughout the year as a special request,
based on availability.
Eligible applicants must be at least a college sophomore.
Registration & Tuition Information
About Mini-Med Spring Break
During Mini-Med Spring Break™, the day starts early. You will accompany the teaching team and 3rd- and 4th-year medical students on hospital rounds and be part of discussions between physician, patient and medical student. Throughout the five-day program, you will also see patients in clinical practice, attend department lectures or go into the operating room. You will have the opportunity to talk with 3rd- and 4th-year medical students about their experiences preparing for medical school, what their first two years were like and what it's like now that they are out of the classroom and in the hospital.