Pre-Medical Society

There is not a lot written about the Pre-Medical Society at Geneva College, simply that in the year 1927 they had a, “successful year in their organization[1]”, and furthermore that, “The greater scope of the Pre-Medical Society are interested in so many other things that it is little wonder that the organization could be carried on as well as some of the others. It is however, a tie that binds those men who are interested in the medical profession and tends in the manner to stimulate interest[2]”.

Upon graduation, men like those in the Pre-Medical Society would have taken required classes like, chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, and other suggested classes, Latin, Greek, History, Economics, Political Science and Logic, for example[3].

Finally, the Course Catalog mentions that students on the Pre-Medical track were encouraged, “as soon as possible, get a catalogue of that school so as to be able to meet its specific requirements[4].” It continues to state, “ Geneva graduates are admitted to standard medical school unconditioned[5]”.


[1] Genevan College, 1927,

[2] Genevan College, 1927,

[3] Geneva College Course Catalog, 1927, 36.

[4] Geneva College Course Catalog, 1927, 36.

[5] Geneva College Course Catalog, 1927, 36.

Genevans 1927 Mcartney Library Geneva College

Genevans 1927 Mcartney Library Geneva College

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