Consider gaining some volunteer or work experience in healthcare institutions, including hospitals, clinics, and hospices. Besides being able to serve and contribute to society, volunteering also provides an opportunity to learn and apply many useful skills such as communication, teamwork, and time management. Make the most of your volunteering experience by communicating with patients, nurses and doctors, offering your help, and reflecting on your own interests and aptitude thereafter. Here are some organizations that you can approach for volunteering opportunities. This is by no means an exhaustive list and we encourage you to seek out opportunities in your own area of interest for a unique experience.
The RO is responsible for keeping all student records (past and present) and ensuring the accuracy and integrity of such records; and for providing the secretariat to the University's Senate, which is the academic body that sets and controls the general direction of instruction, research, and examination leading to the award of degrees. In relation to this latter responsibility, the RO helps to enforce and implement academic and administrative policies; as well as provides assistance in the development of, and modifications to, such policies and procedures that will best serve the University community.