Pre-Health  
 

Alpha Epsilon Delta

 
Aquinas College is home to the Michigan Zeta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the Premedical Honor Society. AED was founded in 1926 by Dr. Jack Montgomery at the University of Alabama and the Michigan Zeta Chapter was chartered at Aquinas College in 2002. Michigan Zeta supports a variety of activities on and off-campus to benefit Aquinas pre-health students. These include organizing volunteer activities, sponsoring speakers to address topics of interest to students preparing for careers in health care, taking trips to tour local medical schools and staging practice exams for students preparing for the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).
 

To join the Michigan Zeta chapter of AED, a student must have completed at least three semesters of course work in the basic sciences (biology, chemistry and physics) with a cumulative grade point average (overall, as well as in science) of at least 3.2. For more information about AED, contact the AED faculty advisor, Dr. Jennifer Hess, at hessjen@aquinas.edu.

 
2013-2014 AED Officers
President Rebecca Shineldecker
Vice President Christian Baker
Secretary Anastasia McRoberts
Historian Levi Nguyen
Treasurer Cody Ingram