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Marian University Healthcare Camp

This one-week day camp is a hands-on, high-tech, and interactive experience for high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors interested in learning more about the healthcare professions. This immersive experience will explore the variety of careers in the healthcare and medical fields and give participants a glimpse of what a day as a healthcare professional might be like.


  • Interact with Marian University medical and nursing students, faculty, and clinical partners.
  • Perform actual procedures in a medical simulation lab.
  • Learn how to splint broken bones.
  • Learn the science of sports performance.
  • Practice medical research.

Small Group Discussions

At Marian University we want every experience to be personal and individualized. During the Healthcare Camp students will be placed into small groups for the entire week in order to increase learning and give each student more individualized instruction and attention.

Healthcare Student Mentoring

Every camper who attends the Marian University Healthcare Camp will be grouped with current medical, nursing, and pre-health students as mentors for the week.

Hands-On Clinical Activities

The Healthcare Camp is a very interactive hands-on experience. Students will learn several basic clinical skills by practicing them in a medical simulation center environment.

Medical Research

During the camp students will gain skills in how to conduct medical research. Scientific research is critical to saving lives and students will learn how research in a laboratory connects to healthcare providers treating patients.


Have Questions?

Elena T. Bolin, MS, OTR
(317) 478-6641

Campus Map and Directions

Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences
Marian University
3200 Cold Spring Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46222


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