American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
This student organization is for students interested in medical school. The organization provides opportunities for students to interact with fellow students and professionals in the medical field. All students in the university interested in applying to medical school are eligible to join.
Biomedical Sciences Student Association (BMSA)
All Biomedical Sciences students are eligible for membership in the Biomedical Sciences Association. The purpose of the organization is to provide students with opportunities to learn more about career opportunities; interact with alumni; develop service opportunities; participate in fund-raising activities; and interact with other students and faculty in a more informal setting.
College of Health Sciences Student Council
All health sciences students are eligible for membership in the College of Health Sciences Student Council. The council functions as a liaison between the college and the Marquette University Student Government. The council serves as a coordinating instrument of professional and social activities for all students in the College of Health Sciences. Its purpose is to stimulate a professional attitude among health sciences students; to promote cooperation and understanding among health sciences students as well as with the faculty and administration; and an awareness and promotion of health education in the community.
Clinical Laboratory Science
In addition to the university student organizations, clinical laboratory science students are eligible for membership in the Clinical Laboratory Science Student Council, the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS) and the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP).
Students enrolled in the Department of Physical Therapy are eligible for membership in the Physical Therapy Student Council and are required to become student members in the American Physical Therapy Association during the professional phase of the program.
Physician Assistant Studies
The Student Association of the American Academy of Physician Assistants has awarded a charter membership to the Department of Physician Assistant Studies at Marquette University. All students in the program participate. The organization coordinates fundraising activities, hosts guest lecturers and interacts with other student groups as well as the Wisconsin Academy of Physician Assistants. A major goal of the group is to facilitate student involvement in the political process of their national organization.
Pre-dental Student Organization of Marquette University
This student organization is for students interested in the field of dentistry. The organization provides an opportunity for students to interact with fellow students and professionals in the field of dentistry. All students in the university interested in the field of dentistry are eligible to join.
Speech Pathology and Audiology
The Marquette University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MU-NSSLHA) is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students interested in the professions of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The organization hosts guest speakers from the professional community, interacts with other student groups and is active in community and charitable organizations.