Look for opportunities to get involved in community service on or off campus.
Get to know your professors. This will help you to succeed academically and enrich your undergraduate education. Take a balanced courseload. You should start your science prerequisites, take general education coursework and take classes to help you to explore majors.It can feel intimidating to approach your faculty, which is another reason to give it a try! Visit during office hours and ask questions about the course you are taking. Look at your professor's webpage and ask about her or his background and research area. Ask for your professor's advice and maintain your relationship after your course ends.
Take a balanced courseload. You should start your science prerequisites, take general education coursework and take classes that help provide context to your interests in health care (social sciences, ethnic and cultural studies, communication, writing).
Explore programs at other schools. Since many programs are highly competitive, it is helpful to apply widely. If there are prerequisites that you need for other schools, begin to plan on how to fit them into your curriculum.