Welcome to the Multicultural Association for Prehealth Students

We are a student-run organization at Baylor University that is committed to promoting diversity in the health care field as well as facilitating service learning opportunities to prepare its members to provide for the health care needs of individuals from varying backgrounds, cultures, and socioeconomic levels.

Through our organization, students will have the opportunity to learn from various experts in the medical field and leave with an increased awareness of current events and difficult topics in healthcare. Our society also organizes volunteering programs, special events, and panels, and serves as a resource for students seeking a career in medicine.

Our key goals are:

  • demonstrate the importance of diversity in the health care field 
  • to educate and advise students on undergraduate, medical school, and career options in the medical field
  • to serve the community 
  • to educate and inform members of the current state of medicine 
  • to ultimately prepare students for post graduation in whatever graduate track they choose 

 Learn more about our association and events taking place this year. Interested in joining Multicultural Association of Pre-Health Students? Please contact us today. We look forward to talking to you.


Sign up with this link below! (January 27- February 7)


Application for Spring 2015

Follow this link: 



Application due January 26, 2015


IF YOU MISSED our spring interest meeting, see our meeting powerpoint underneath "Meetings."

Order Your MAPS Fleece!


It's cold and chilly! Order a MAPS fleece! $40. We will be selling them at our next few general meetings!

Dr Jesse Jones




Dr Richard Sanker 




  Kelly Kimple 




Dr Rizalia Klausmeyer



Tweets from Baylor MAPS @BaylorMAPS

Our next meeting is March 16! 

Practice MCAT               Questions

Q. A neurotransmitter is found that is released to a secondary neuron with the downstream effects of causing muscle contraction. This neurotransmitter is also found to be involved in a negative feedback pathway. On which structure does this neurotransmitter likely act as part of this feedback pathway?


  Post-synaptic neuron


  Pre-synaptic neuron


  Within the synapse


  Directly on the muscle
Q. Increased temperature serves to


  increase the reaction rate for a reaction


  increase activation energy for a reaction


  decrease activation energy for a reaction


  maintain the same reaction rate for a reaction


Remember to pay dues to our secretary, Sonja Smeding by February 9, 2015. Dues for new members for the spring semester are $40.

Photo Gallery Online!

Check out pictures of our latest events right here.

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