Our health sciences library is located on the 2nd floor of the Wright Campus Center and contains a variety of information regarding careers in the health sciences. The library offers students the opportunity to examine information such as prerequisite courses and standardized test materials for various professional programs, national directories for professional programs, books on interviewing, brochures on various health sciences programs, etc. We encourage our students to use these resources as a way of becoming more familiar with the variety of opportunities existing in health care today.
Professional School Exams
Many professional schools require some type of standardized examination for entry into their programs, such as the MCAT for medicine and the DAT for dentistry. A student may prepare for these tests by utilizing a variety of study guides or by taking one of the commercial preparation courses. Information about the nature of these standardized exams is available in our health resource library. Students should become familiar with these materials before taking tests, typically during the junior year of college.