Turn Your Downtime into the Best Time

There are few things as meaningful as the social connections you make in a learning environment. At Nova Southeastern University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, you’ll have every opportunity to get involved in clubs, organizations, and community outreach that align with your values, goals, and definition of fun.

Go deeper into exploring medical tracks with like-minded individuals in one of the many clubs, experience life-shaping (and changing) service work, and, best of all, make lifelong connections with classmates, faculty, and staff.

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Medical Clubs and Organizations

Dive deeper into your medical school experience and make social connections through the variety of clubs and organizations associated with the NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine programs.

Choose from an inclusive list of programs that include national clubs and academies, plus NSU-founded ones such as:

  • Anesthesiology Club
  • Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
  • Pediatrics Club
  • Underserved Medicine Club
  • Wilderness Medicine Club
Find Your Future Club
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Student Government Association

The NSU D.O. Student Government Association works to make sure you have all you need to learn and grow outside the classroom by organizing clubs, leadership opportunities, and professional networking opportunities.

Get to Know the SGA

Community Impact Opportunities

Live the College of Osteopathic Medicine mission of serving all walks of life through a variety of local, national, and international community outreach programs. From spending quality time with local residents of long-term care facilities to mentoring high school students interested in medicine, there are countless opportunities to get involved and experience the positive impact of community outreach.

Explore Community Outreach

My time at NSU has allowed me to expand my insights and ability to connect with diverse patients, contexts and health care issues that face people across the globe. The more expansive a physician’s view and knowledge can be of cultural differences, the more effective we can be.

Second-Year D.O. and Master’s of Public Health Student

Where to Learn

The NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has two homes: the Fort Lauderdale campus and the Tampa Bay campus, both of which are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and technology. In addition to in-person learning, there are many programs offered online, including master’s programs.

Fort Lauderdale Campus

The main campus of NSU, Fort Lauderdale, is home to NSU’s Health Professions Division (HPD) and is where you can pursue undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs.

To schedule a tour at Ft. Lauderdale, please contact:
Phone: (866) 817-4068

Tampa Bay Campus

The newest regional campus and home to NSU Osteopathic Medicine doctoral programs, the Tampa Bay campus is one of the most highly advanced instructive sites in the United States.

For general information about the campus or classes, please contact:
Phone: (813) 574-5200
Email: nsu-tampa@nova.edu

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