Brigham Young University. Pre-Medical Committee

The Pre-Medical Committee was organized to aid students as they prepare to enter medical and other professional schools. This committee gave evaluations of individual students to gauge their chance of being accepted to a professional school and also advised student on how best to prepare for such a school. The chairman of this committee was Don D. Bloxham (1980-1984).


Established: 1980

Abolished: 1984

Location: Provo, Utah (1980-1984)


The Pre-Medical Committee sought to provide necessary counseling on pre-medical programs and to advise students on their current attitudes of professional schools on the acceptability of various preparatory programs. This committee also provided necessary evaluation of a student in order to optimize his chance of acceptance at a professional school. They also aimed to provide pertinent information concerning students to medical school for admittance and they maintained a panel of representatives to conduct panel interviews with students.

Assets and Administrative Structure

The Pre-Medical Committee was run by a chairman and was responsible to the Associate Vice-President.

Associated Units

Superior unit: Brigham Young University (1980-1984)

Earlier unit: Brigham Young University. Pre-Professional Committee (1963-1980)

Associated Archival Materials

Brigham Young University Committees, 1980-1984 (UA 791)


Brigham Young University Committees, 1980-1984 (UA 791 Fol 1) (Functions, Administrative Structure, Chairman)

Maintenance Information

Record ID: EAC-2011-00030

Creator: UPB