High School Programs
High school is the perfect time to begin exploring your interests and discovering
the path to achieve your goals. If you enjoy helping people, are interested in science
and want to make a real difference in the lives of Oklahomans, you could enjoy a career
as a physician.
At the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, we train students for careers as primary
care physicians and specialists, and we have a rural medical track that gives special training to medical students who would like to serve in rural Oklahoma.
Many students decide they want to go to medical school while earning their undergraduate
degree. Did you know that you can start preparing for medical school before you even
get to college?
Operation Orange is Coming to a City Near You!
- June 5, 2018: Durant at Southeastern Oklahoma State University
- June 7, 2018: Lawton at Cameron University
- June 12, 2018: Enid at Northwestern Oklahoma State University
- June 13, 2018: Stillwater at Oklahoma State University
- June 14, 2018: Tahlequah at Sequoyah High School
Events and Programs for High School Students
- Operation Orange: A free, one-day mini medical camp for high school students in grades 9-12
- Blue Coat to White Coat: Encourages FFA members to consider a career in medicine
- FFA Medical Immersion: An interactive on-campus experience for high school FFA members
- OK Stars Summer Research Program: Provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity
to participate in cutting-edge research.
- Native OK Stars Summer Research Program: Introduces Native American high school juniors and seniors to medical school and
the programs offered by the OSU Center for Health Sciences
- Dr. Pete’s Student of the Day: Helps student age 16 or older find a physician to shadow in your community
- Campus Tours and Field Trips for High Schoolers: Tour the campus with a medical student ambassador and learn about preparing for medical
school. Also, learn about the other programs on our campus including forensics, biomedical
sciences and athletic training.
If you are a high school student and want to get updates on events at the OSU College
of Osteopathic Medicine, please fill out this form.
Questions? Contact Us