The Medical College of Georgia’s Office of Student and Multicultural Affairs (OSMA) is dedicated to developing a diverse, culturally competent and empathetic physician workforce and providing an environment that fosters cultural understanding, cultural competency, and opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds. We offer programs and initiatives for students who are underrepresented in medicine, non-traditional, and from underserved regions of the state.
Our pipeline programs engage students from high school through pre-matriculation in academic enrichment, mentoring, and professional development activities that prepare students for a future career in medicine. Use the links below to learn more about our programs.
Dogwood Terrace Boys & Girls Club Tutoring and Mentoring Program
Josey High School Project, Murphey Middle School Mastermind Project, Igniting the Dream of Medicine Conference, Second Look, Community Health Fairs, MCG Courageous Conversation Workshop, M2 Class
Assist SNMA and JML with outreach projects
Linda Strong James, Assistant Dean for Student Diversity & Inclusion