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Characterized by an honors education grounded in liberal arts, the honors thesis, and signature honors classes, such as the Human Event,  Barrett graduates historically gain entrance to the top medical schools in the nation.  Recent graduates have gone on to Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Mayo, Duke, and Stanford, among others.

There are a number of opportunities and resources available to pre-health students, even some unique to Barrett. Please explore the links below to discover information and resources available to pre-health students. 

Barrett Pre-Health Advising

Barrett is happy to offer advising that is supplemental to that of ASU’s Pre-Health Advising. In particular, we aim to help students with how to best use the resources of ASU and Barrett to develop as strong an application as possible, one that best demonstrates their unique talents and experiences. First-year students should try and meet with us as early in their college career while juniors should seek help with their application statements. All students should consult with ASU’s Pre-Health Advising as soon as they decide to pursue a pre-health track. 

Tempe, Downtown and Poly - Dr. John Lynch 
Book appointment at

West - Dr. Erin Sellner 
Book appointment through the BASS system


HonorHealth-Barrett Honors College Research Program

Mayo Clinic-Barrett Honors College Premedical Scholars Program
Mayo Clinic-Barrett Honors College Special Research Student Appointment Program
Pre-Health Internship Program
Banner-ASU Neuroscience Scholars


Barrett Fellows @ CLAS Centers
Biodesign Institute
SOLUR (School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research program)
FURI (Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative)
Office of Clinical Partnerships (ASU partners like TGen and Barrow Neurological Institute)


ASU Pre-Health Advising
Pre-Health Newsletters