Health CORE Serving Underrepresented Students at UMR
Dr. Lori Carell, UMR Chancellor
UMR Health CORE Students
Come and find out about this amazing program!
The mission of the Health CORE (Community of Respect and Empowerment) is to enhance diversity and inclusivity in the UMR student experience through intentional community development and support. Students who commit to this special program are future health care professionals who are diverse, active, accountable, respectful and empowered.
Health CORE UMR is leading the way in higher education of underrepresented students with great results . . . the incoming class includes 35.7% students of color . . .
nationally only 54.8% of underrepresented students graduate in 6 years, while 90% UMR students earn their degrees in 4 years . . . CORE students commit to living, studying and eating together and commit to community service. They succeed, and 100% in the BS Health Professions have jobs when they graduate!