Who We Are

Graduates of the Wilson Institute for Medicine have a 96% matriculation rate for medical programs over the past 8 years.

Where Our Students Have Gone

Wayne State University – Michigan State University (M.D. & D.O.) – University of Michigan – Central Michigan University – Oakland University – Western Michigan University – Midwestern University – Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine – The University of Toledo – Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine – West Virginia University – The Ohio State University – Indiana University – Purdue University – University of Illinois – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Who We Are

The postbac Certificate in Premedical Studies is an intensive student cohort designed to give students firsthand experience in medicine and prepare them for their future.

On our small campus, you can expect to build strong relationships with faculty and staff from different departments. Our interdisciplinary premedical post-bac program empowers you to learn from each other and from the perspectives of different departments through hands-on activities and open-dialogues.

Medical programs look for students to be able to demonstrate proficiency in competencies including:

  • critical thinking
  • written communication
  • oral communication
  • inquiry and reasoning
  • ethics
  • cultural competence

Albion College and the Wilson Institute for Medicine best prepare premedical students for these competencies by ensuring students have excelled in these areas though our liberal arts approach.

The Wilson Institute for Medicine prepares students for successful entrance to medical-related programs through

  • individualized academic advising
  • extensive MCAT/DAT/GRE preparation
  • assistance with extracurricular clinical experiential learning

Preparing for medical school can be a daunting task, but we’re here to keep you on the right track!

Incoming Cohort

Up to 30 students of diverse backgrounds and areas of study.

Common Undergraduate Majors

Anthropology – sociology – art – biology – biochemistry – chemistry – communication studies – ethnic studies – exercise studies – human services – mathematics – music – neuroscience – philosophy – physics – psychology – public policy – religious studies – sociology – Spanish