Health Professions Advising Curriculum

All of the health professions listed to the left require further education after you graduate from college. At UM-Dearborn, you will obtain a strong liberal arts and science education to prepare you for the competitive health professions (HP) graduate programs. 

Select from the navigation menu to learn more about each one and how to prepare for them and read all the FAQs below.  We look forward to helping you! 

HPA Hours and Appointments: SUMMER 2024

The HPA Team is conducting HPA appointments in-person and virtually this summer.  However you need to request what type of appointment in your HPA Appointment request. 


Before e-mailing and requesting a meeting, please read both sets of FAQs below carefully and your respective HP track on the left. If you still have a simple and quick question, e-mail it to the HPA Office E-mail. If it seems that your question(s) are better addressed in a meeting, we will ask you to schedule an appointment using the HPA Appointment Instructions. You can find these in the HP General Information Google Classroom, Topic 1, item 1. You must use the HPA Appointment Instructions to request a HPA Appointment with a member of the HPA Team. 

HPA Summer 2024 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

General Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Below are FAQs common among UM-Dearborn pre-HP track students. Please read these!

We hope you find these questions and answers helpful to you before you meet with a member of the HPA team.

Summer 2024

Currently enrolled UM-Dearborn students or alumni:

Email is best way to reach any member of the HPA Team.

  • The HPA Team works in the HPA Office in START on M-F, 8 am - 5 pm with HPA appointments held 9 am - 4 pm, M-F. 
  • HPA Director conducts virtual and in-person appointments, but you must choose which one in your HPA Appointment request.
  • Request an appointment by the HPA Office email or through the START front desk to meet with any member of the HPA Team.

Please use and follow the HPA Appointment Policy and Instructions sent to you after your HPA New Student Session (HPA NSS) or in the HP Gen Info Google Classroom, Topic 1, item 1.

Prospective new students: high school or transfer students