4-Year Planning Guides
If you are a premed student in the Honors Program, the following 4-year planning guides can help you sequence your premed and Honors classes.
- Honors Program Premed Planner
- Honors Program Premed Planner - Early Research Option
- University Scholars Premed Planner
- BIC & Honors Program Premed Planner
- 4-Year Fillable PreHealth Planning Template
- PreHealth Activity Log Template
Additional prehealth planners can be found on the Baylor prehealth studies web site:
Committee Letter Process & Workshops
The Baylor Premedical/Predental Committee Letter process is designed to prepare students for the medical/dental school application process. Eligible students should begin the committee process during the fall semester of the year prior to applying to professional schools. For further information, visit the PreHealth website for details about this process and upcoming workshops hosted by the PreHealth Studies Office.
The Office of Prehealth studies offers several scholarship opportunities for Pre-Medicine and Pre-Dentistry undergraduate students. Only Juniors (60-89 hours) and Seniors (90+ hours) are eligible for these scholarships. All scholarships are merit-based, and to be competitive a student should have a 3.5 or above overall GPA. Most of these scholarships require that a student have a FAFSA on file with the Student Financial Aid Office.
MCAT Prep Resources
This downloadable list has a variety of MCAT prep resources. Please note, Baylor University does not endorse any specific company or study method. This list is for reference only.
Are you interested in studying abroad as a premed student? Consider Baylor Premed in Dublin. This program is designed for sophomore students on the typical premed track.