Indiana University Bloomington
Health Professions and Prelaw Center
HPPLC's Rachel Tolen
Receives Terri Nation Outstanding
Academic Advisor Award!


Welcome to HPPLC's award-winning website!

The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) has recognized this site with an Outstanding Advising Technology Innovation Certificate of Merit. HPPLC itself has been recognized by NACADA with its coveted Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Award.


HPPLC's Mission Statement

The Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC) provides advising and other services for students who want to pursue careers in law, medicine, and other health professions. Students considering careers in these professions must excel academically and plan carefully. HPPLC works closely with IU students throughout their undergraduate years, and with IU alumni, to help them become thoughtful, well-prepared, competitive applicants to professional programs.


Events and Workshops

Get information about HPPLC's many events and workshops. View events ›  (To receive notification of these events, sign up for your email list(s) below.)


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Sign up to receive targeted information pertinent to your area of interest - notices of events, application tips, and more. To subscribe to one or more email list, register HERE using your IU username and password.  Unsubscribe here.


Volunteer Opportunities
If you're interested in volunteering, our Professional Development section lists opportunities and more!

Maxwell Hall tower photo

Thinking about med school or a healthcare career?  Make sure to attend the Health Programs Fair on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in the Indiana Memorial Union Alumni Hall.  The fair provides you a chance to explore educational opportunities on our campus and beyond.  Meet directly with admissions representatives from medical schools and health professions programs, connect with IU student organizations related to healthcare and learn about a variety of majors, minors, and courses offered on our campus.


High School Students and Parents

Important information for high school students and their parents. Also, an invitation to visit the Health Professions and Prelaw Center! Read more ›

We strive to be ADA-compliant

HPPLC strives to comply with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) electronic accessibility standards. If you encounter difficulties accessing features or content on our website, please contact


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