Student Organizations

As a Wake Forest School of Medicine student, you have abundant opportunities to develop your career interests, get involved on campus and form friendships that will last a lifetime. Our student organizations represent a wide range of interests, from academic to cultural.

Student Groups

Student groups are student-led opportunities to get involved on campus. They comprise Wake Forest School of Medicine students of any program (MD, PA, graduate, academic nursing) who have formally organized themselves for the purpose of pursuing a common interest. Student groups range from performing arts, clubs and sports to service-oriented or religious-affiliated groups.

Student groups include:

MD Program

MD students have many opportunities for exploring their career interests, developing leadership skills and socializing with their peers. Learning Communities/Houses are a way for students to support and learn from each other during medical school while also getting academic, career and personal guidance from mentors representing many of the major subspecialties.

Academic Nursing

We have several groups available for our CRNA and DNP students, including:

  • Student Professional Awareness Committee
  • Wellness Committee
  • Diversity and Inclusion

PA Studies

Our Physician Assistant students can participate in the Katherine Anderson Society, an active group that provides opportunities for our students, and benefits for our community.

Graduate School

We have various groups available to our graduate school students. Opportunities include:

  • Brain Awareness
  • Black Graduate Student Association
  • 5 To Life Podcast
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Student Wellness
  • Science Policy
  • International Student Group

Student Groups

Student groups are student-led opportunities to get involved on campus. They comprise Wake Forest School of Medicine students of any program (MD, PA, GRAD, CRNA) who have formally organized themselves for the purpose of pursuing a common interest. Student groups range from performing arts, clubs and sports to service-oriented or religious-affiliated groups. Learn more about student groups.

Student groups include: