Current Underserved Pathway Students

Congratulating grads

A HUGE congratulations to the 75 UP scholars who have graduated with the pathway this year! We are proud of your hard work, persistence, and dedication to caring for the underserved. We look forward to hearing about your time in residency and beyond!

We are so proud of UP scholars Sophia Deklotz, Georgia Sleeth, Ariana Gross, and Emma Linde, along with their WWAMI colleagues, for their work in creating the WWAMI Abortion Project. You inspire us!

We are also impressed to see that SEVEN pathway scholars were recognized by the 2022 Husky 100! Congratulations!

Learn and Track Your Progress

Health equity-related learning opportunities and conferences

Northwest Regional Primary Care Association:

National Rural Health Association (NRHA):

Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education Research and Practice (CHSIE) relevant virtual events:

Epidemics of Injustice: University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health: This annual course, free and open to the public, prepares public health leaders and community members with the tools to bring about social change and address structural determinants of health. Epidemics of Injustice is sponsored by the Collaboratory for Health Justice at the UIC School of Public Health.

Pathway Policies and Deadlines

Student Requirements

Latest UP Student Memo (Spring 2022)

Mentorship and Extra Support

MS2 mentoring roadmap

UPath Mentoring Roadmap for all four yearstopics to guide discussions, divided by year in medical school

Other Mentoring and Support Resources

Mentorship Guide for Mentees and Mentors

If you’re new to the Pathway and you don’t yet have a mentor, and you’d like help finding one, please contact the UPath Program Manager at

UW Counseling and Wellness Services

UW Academic Support