What is Alpha Epsilon Delta?
AED, Alpha Epsilon Delta, is UNC's pre-health honor society. Our goal
is to provide our members and pledges with valuable resources and experiences
that help guide them on their way to professional careers in health
care. Most of our members are pre-med, but we have other members interested
in all areas of the health care industry.
AED is also a service fraternity. Our members perform a minimum of
12 hours of service each semester. In the process we get to know each
other better and give back to our community. The variety of service
projects we offer is also an exciting facet of our organization. Our
members participate in projects such as Habitat for Humanity, creation
and distribution of "Crisis Cards", as well as blood drives
for various campus affiliated medical services.
Our members also get to know each other very well throughout the semesters.
We study, go dancing, have dinners and coffees, and do a host of other
things together. We also get to know more about health care and medical
fields through our guest speakers whom we invite on a regular basis.
AED also hosts a medical school panel every year. The panel is made
up of the deans from the four North Carolina medical schools, UNC, ECU,
Wake Forest, and Duke. This panel gives us an opportunity to ask questions
and get both general and specific information on each of these programs.
We also hold an annual AED Medical School Health Care Fair
AED has a lot more to offer, and we invite you to come visit us and
see what we are all about first hand. We meet every Wednesday at 7:00
PM in Manning 209. Our requirements for joining are listed in the Statement
of Purpose document (also linked below). For contact information, see
our Contact page. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Want more details on AED?
of Purpose - What we are here to accomplish..
Bylaws - The guidlines of our organization provided by our national
of Chapter Officers - Find out who does what!
Form (Print and submit to the Pledge Class President at the end
of the spring semester. )